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Vol. 30, No. 10 June 14 – June 20, 2018

Happy Father’s Day The heart of a father is the master piece of nature.


Red Rock Father’s Day Menu || Paradise Club Father’s Day Weekend || KMS Turns 4 Festival Kick-Off || Celebratory Parade || Family Fun Day || Games || Much more

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or beer of his choice with his meal. Conch and fritters are also available.

Father’s Day Raffle Sunday Brunch Red Rock in East End is having a special Father’s Day edition of their Sparkling Sunday Brunch. Dads enjoy a complimentary gin & coconut water to drink with buffet choices including jerk pork chops, grilled chicken in mushroom sauce, stewed oxtail or local kingfish. Or treat Dad to a king-sized 16-ounce rib-eye steak & eggs and other classic breakfast choices from the kitchen. Breakfast served from 10am-2pm and the buffet opens at 11:30, plus there will be live music by Oren Hodge. For reservations call 442-1646.

Celebrating Dad Paradise Club celebrates Dad this weekend. On Saturday party with DJ Dee L. Martin from 8pm. On Sunday it’s a ‘Chill Vibe,’ Dads get you a serving of Fish Soup from their man spot special at 4pm.

Cheers to Dad Myett’s, Cane is also celebrating dad this weekend. On Saturday, it’s conch out happy hour from 5–7pm featuring Myett’s famous cracked conch and conch fritters. Dads your first drink is on the house when you order. On Sunday lunch and dinner specials are T-bone steak, salmon, jerk mango chicken and BBQ ribs. Dads get a complimentary mimosa Limin’Times Entertainment Gude

Speedy’s presents a Father’s Day Raffle and Cocktail get together on Friday at the St. Thomas Bay Ferry Terminal from 4pm. Enjoy free eats, music, gifts and prizes. You must be a father, grandfather or Godfather to enter the raffle.

Telecom Treats for Dad Flow is offering customers who come in to activate a new plan or sign up for FlowTV a chance to win their dad a weekend trip to Barbados. Digicel wants to see your selfie with dad. Post it to their Facebook page and the best one wins a new smartphone for dad. CCT is offering the first 30 customers who top-up, sign up, or pay a bill in person at their flagship store Friday morning a voucher for a free breakfast from Omar’s Café.

Spa Specials for Dad Driftwood Spa, West End is offering Daddy’s Pedi & Mani for $75. To book a spot or for more information, please call 540-1526. Studio One Salon on Main Street is offering three specially discounted spa packages for dads ranging from $35 - $165. To book or for more information, call 346-5622. Amara Spa at The Moorings Marina is offering gift vouchers for massages for dad. Call 346-3604 to purchase. 4

BVI Pride Kyron McMaster electrified the territory when he won the gold medal in the 400 meter hurdles at the Gold Coast games earlier this year, and his story of overcoming the trials of Hurricanes Irma and Maria and the loss of his coach Dag Samuels captured the world’s attention. This week, he and other outstanding BVI athletes, including sprinter and four-time Commonwealth Games veteran Tahesia Harrigan-Scott, who made it to the semi-finals in the 100-metre; and Chantel Malone, who placed fifth in the long jump; will be honored on their home soil. The celebrations begin with a welcome home motorcade for the entire team of athletes, who will return to the Beef Island Airport today. The motor-

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cade leaves Beef Island at 5pm and will take the coast road into Road Town and end at the Central Administration Building at about 5:45. “The wonderful thing about that is that the community will have an opportunity to meet and interact with Kyron and the other athletes that will be there,” explained Department of Youth Affairs and Sports Director Brenda Lettsome-Tye. The big to-do will follow on Friday, when marching bands, athletic associations and other clubs in the territory will come together for a grand parade in honor of the athletes. The parade starts at the AO Shirley Recreation Grounds at 2pm and will end at the Tortola Pier Park at about 2:30, where there will be a celebration ceremony. Everyone is welcome to join in the events. If you want to support the motorcade, meet the rest of the crew at the airport at 4:30pm. If you’re an artist, officials encourage you to share your message with the athletes on a poster during the Thursday’s motorcade or the parade Friday. You can even bring your camera to the events and grab a photo with the history-making Gold Coast team.

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We Love Dads Happy father’s day week to all the dads, step-dads, godfathers, adopted dads, special uncles and other father figures. We celebrate you for a lot of reasons, here are some of the top ones: 1. Hugs. Why do dads give the best hugs? Nobody knows how to give a firm, solid hug like a dad. 2. Playtime. He’s only 8 months old but my little one already associates daddy with playtime. Whether it’s wild wrestling, tickle time, video games or sports outdoors, dad isn’t afraid to get silly and just have fun. 3. A listening ear. Dads know when to let us air out the serious stuff without casting any judgment on what we’re going through. 4. An emergency rescue. You’re stuck on the side of the road or at an airport or under a busted

pipe: Who are you calling? Probably dad, because they have the art of the rescue down pat. You might have to face a lecture about how you managed to create said disaster, but luckily that won’t be until after he’s saved you from whatever it is. 5. A different point of view. When life seems overwhelming, it’s often a dad that can offer the nugget of wisdom we’ve been missing to put life into clearer focus. 6. Dad jokes. You know the jokes that are so dumb you don’t want to laugh, but you just can’t help yourself? (A classic example is when some unsuspecting kid asks dad for a sandwich and dad responds “POOF! You’re a sandwich.”) Yep, that’s a dad joke. 7. Mr. Fix-it. Maybe he’s good with vehicles or household repairs or has a knack with electronics – when I was a broke college student, my dad saved me hundreds of dollars by cutting a piece of plexiglass after thieves had busted the quarter-panel window in my antique Civic – dads have a gift for fixing things in our lives that are broken. 8. His love is unconditional. I asked a lot of friends about what they appreciated most about the dads in their lives and the most common thing I heard back that dad always, always has his kids’ back. Near or far, no matter the circumstance, dad loves you.

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Festival Kick-Off featuring VIBE, Poison Band and DJ Carly Cartel. Admission is $25 and doors open at 10pm. You must be 18 and older to attend this event.

Beach Party Would you like to go off-island for the day but funds are limited? Head to the Big Bamboo in Anegada for their Father’s Day beach party Sunday. Music will be provided by DJ Richie Rich and DJ Kuga.

A Little Happiness

This weekend it’s the official Festival Kick-Off in Today (Thursday) Lady Sarah’s opens and is the parking lot adjacent to Marché. On Friday, happy serving breakfast, lunch “and a little bit of happihour is from 3–9pm. Enjoy the sounds of DJ Grimm, ness.” Hours are from Monday – Friday 7:30am– fashion shows, troupes costume displays and prize 4pm. Located at #60 Main Street. giveaways. Entry is free. Then on Saturday, OMG, Linky First, T-Vice, VIBE, DJ Grimm and Priceless Da Don will provide entertainment. Entry fee is $20.

Unity Concert

Beach Clean Up On Saturday from 5am until there is a beach cleanup and restoration at Smuggler’s Cove.

KMS Turns 4 On Saturday, KMS Car Wash is celebrating their 4th Anniversary and the official re-opening of Kelly’s Bar in Frenchman’s Cay. Music will be provided by Mac Milli and S24 Ent. There will be food and drinks on sale including KMS’ famous lobster in their secret sauce. Actions starts noon until.

This Saturday from 6–9pm at the Tortola Pier Park, come out to the Alumni Unity Concert. Providing entertainment are the ESHS Band and Choir, Phoenix Reloaded, Steel Pan and much more. AdHome Grown presents ‘Festival Colors’ on Friday Cont. on pg 10

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THURSDAY – JUNE 14 ROAD TOWN LE PETITE SPORTS BAR – Thirsty Thursdays 8pm until LADY SARAH’S – Opens for lunch and bites LATITUDE 18 – Sidewalk Cash sale EAST END RED ROCK – International Pasta Night 5pm CANE GARDEN BAY MYETT’S – Open 11am–7pm or until. $3 happy hour specials, Happy Hour 4–7pm. “Tipsy Thursdays” PARADISE CLUB – Open 3pm–midnight or until. Drink specials and dinner from 8:30pm BEEF ISLAND TERRANCE B. LETTSOME AIRPORT – Athletes welcome home motorcade 4pm TRELLIS BAY TRELLIS BAY MARKET, BAR & GRILL – 2018 FIFA World Cup games watch FRIDAY – JUNE 15 ROAD TOWN PARKING LOT ADJACENT TO MARCHE – Festival Kickoff 3–9pm ISLAND SIZZLE – Festival Colors 10pm until LATITUDE 18 – Sidewalk Cash sale FORT HILL MATCHA’S – We Up Dah Volume 2, 8pm until BAUGER’S BAY BASKETBALL COURT – Right Mix vs Gunes; Jam Session vs Hurricanes. Game time 8pm A.0. SHIRLEY GROUNDS – Celebratory Parade for Athletes 2pm EAST END RED ROCK – Pub Night. Cracked conch, half-price pizzas, $5 wings, $5 goat water, $3 mixed drinks & live music THE HUB – Fantastic Fridays with DJ Paid Fa CANE GARDEN BAY MYETT’S — Open 11am – 7pm or until. $3 happy hour specials. “Fire Fridays” $2 Happy Hour Shots PARADISE CLUB – Open 11am until. Lunch or dinner on the beach TRELLIS BAY

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TRELLIS BAY MARKET – “Vybez & Chill BBQ Night” Live music w/special DJ. Grill – Pigtail, Fish & Lobster, Jerk – Chicken & Pork, BBQ Chicken. Watch 2018 FIFA World Cup games VIRGIN GORDA VG RECREATION GROUNDS – BFEC Primary Division Daddy & Me Fun Night 5pm ST. THOMAS BAY FERRY TERMINAL – Speedy’s Father’s Day Raffle 4pm SATURDAY – JUNE 16 ROAD TOWN SIR OLVA GEORGES PLAZA – Farmers Market from 7am BAUGHER’S BAY BASKETBALL COURT – D’s Bithday Bash 9pm PARKING LOT ADJACENT TO MARCHE – Festival Kickoff PIER PARK – Unity Concert 6–9pm JOHNSON GHUT – Humane Society Family Fun Day 9am – 1pm HUNTUMS GHUT BASKETBALL COURT – BasketBall Court repairs fundraiser car wash ISLAND SIZZLE – Super Dads Weekend Party CANE GARDEN BAY MYETT’S – Open 11am–7pm or until. “My Vibe Saturday” happy hour 5–7pm featuring Myett’s famous cracked conch & conch fritters PARADISE CLUB – Open 11am until. Lunch or dinner on the beach, party with DJ Dee L Martin 8pm until TRELLIS BAY TRELLIS BAY MARKET – “BBQ Night” 11am-10pm drink specials WEST END SMUGGLER’S COVE – Clean up & Restoration of the beach KMS CAR WASH – 4th Celebration Party noon until & re-opening of Kelly’s Bar SUNDAY – JUNE 17 BAUGHER’S BAY BASKETBALL COURT – Rockers vs Hurricanes, Right Mix vs Rebels. Game time 6:30pm ROAD TOWN ISLAND SIZZLE – Family Fun Day & BBQ Lime 2pm EAST END


RED ROCK – Smooth Jazz Sparkling Brunch/Lunch w/ music by Oren Hodge. Special Father’s Day Brunch – please see ad on pg 3 CANE GARDEN BAY MYETT’S — Open 11am – 7pm or until. Lunch & dinner specials. Dad get a complimentary drink with meal PARADISE CLUB – Open 11am until. Lunch or dinner on the beach. Chill Vibes, Man Spot special 4pm TRELLIS BAY TRELLIS BAY MARKET – Serving lunch & dinner from 12pm–8pm. Menu: Conch fritters, Lobster & Shrimp pasta & wraps ANEGADA BIG BAMBOO – Beach Party w/DJ Kuga & DJ Richie Rich MONDAY - JUNE 18 ROAD TOWN ALTHEA SCATLIFFE PRIMARY SCHOOL – Final round of 2018 Spelling Bee Competition 5:30pm CANE GARDEN BAY MYETT’S — Open 11am – 7pm or until. $3 happy hour specials. “Sauza Margarita Mondays” $5 Margaritas & Nachos 5–7pm PARADISE CLUB – Open 3PM–midnight or until. Drink specials and dinner on the beach TUESDAY – JUNE 19 NANNY CAY PEG LEGS – “Margarita Tuesdays” 6–9pm EAST END RED ROCK – Seafood Night. Menu includes fresh salmon, local lobster, crawfish, coconut shrimp, cracked alligator CANE GARDEN BAY MYETT’S — Open 11am – 7pm or until. $3 happy hour specials. “Grill Night” 5:30–9pm PARADISE CLUB – Open 3pm–midnight or until. Drink specials and dinner on the beach WEDNESDAY – JUNE 20 CANE GARDEN BAY MYETT’S — Open 11am–7pm or until. $3 happy hour specials. “Whacky Wednesdays” 2 Bushwackers for $9 5–7pm PARADISE CLUB – Open 3pm–midnight or until. Drink specials and dinner on the beach 9


Fun Day – June 23 Full Moon Party – Jun 28 Fish Fry – Jun 29 The Black Out – Jun 29 Glow Fete – Jun 30 Game Night – Jun 30 Exquisite Boat Show – Jun 30 Temptation Island – Jun 30 Festival Jumpstart – July 1

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mission is $10 but if you can pay a little more, God Bless You. The Goal is to raise $60,000 for the rebuilding of the ESHS.

Family Fun Day Saturday from 9am–1pm the Humane Society is having a Family Fun Day on their grounds in Johnson Ghut. There will be a free yard sale with Nutmegs Designs, $20 boot sale where you can bring your own stuff to sell or you can pay $20 for a Doggie Day Spa. There will also be a sign painting party to get ready for the upcoming dog show. Don’t own a dog? No worries, this event is the perfect chance to meet one and give it a forever home. For more information, please call 542-2299 or 494-9008.

Car wash Need a car wash? Get your vehicle scrubbed and help the youth of Huntums Ghut repair their basketball court by supporting their car wash on Saturday from 9am at the Huntums Ghut Basketball Court.

We Up Deh It’s that time for We Up Deh volume 2 with OMG and friends at Matcha’s Bar & Grill on Friday. The official Friday night lime features OMG Live, Priceless Da Don, Peep Dawg and DJ Lefty. Action starts at 8am and it’s also a free event.

Men’s Health Social Development is inviting all men to their neighborhood community clinics on Friday from 8am–3pm for a day of Men’s Health. Men can get checked for diabetes, HIV/AIDS, prostate cancer and more. Limin’Times Entertainment Gude

Fun Night The BFEC Primary Division is having a ‘Daddy and Me’ fun night on Friday 5pm until. Come out and enjoy races and much more at he VG Recreation Grounds. There will also be food and drinks on sale.

Fantastic Fridays The Hub Lounge, East End Fantastic Fridays features Paid Fa this Friday. Admission is free and get those Irma Shots upon entry.

D’s Birthday Bash On Saturday celebrate D’s birthday with her on the Baugher’s Bay Basketball Court from 9pm until. Admission is $10 if you’re dress in festival costume, $12 in Zumba attire and $15 in other wear. There will free food and jello shots but drinks are on sale. DJ Carly Cartel will provide music.

Sale Latitude 18 is having a two-day this Friday and Saturday. Enjoy 15–50 percent off on various items. It’s cash only and all sales are final.

World Cup Watch Trellis Bay Market & Grill is inviting you to watch the FIFA World Cup 2018 games with them on Thursday and Friday. While you’re watching the games, enjoy $10 Carib buckets.

Special Dad Treat The Episcopal Church Woman are inviting dads to joing them for church service at 7am and breakfast at 8am on Sunday at St. Mary’s Church. All fathers, grandfathers and godfathers are welcome. 10


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Lights, Camera, Action Chapter 3: The Cracks Deepen

Bella I jumped up screaming, Pierre was so frightened and concerned that he grabbed me and rocked me in his arms. “Tell me what’s wrong, babe,” he asked. “Nothing love, just had a bad dream. Must be the scary movie you made me watched earlier,” I lied. I didn’t want Pierre to know what haunted me. What would he care anyway? It’s only even eight months since we’ve been dating, why would he want to help? Besides, he would look at me differently and things would never be the same. We were spending the weekend together. On Friday I closed the biggest deal of my career. Damonte loved my design and construction is to start right away. I went out with my coworkers to celebrate last night after work but after two drinks I excused myself and headed home. On Sunday, after Pierre left earlier than planned, I decided I was going to visit my mom. I went over by Jazz to check on her before heading out since I hadn’t seen her in a week. Wrong move! “Girl when are you going to get rid of that ugly man and pick up someone better looking? A woman of your stature should not be seen anywhere near the likes of him.” Jazzy asked or stated, I don’t even know because I wasn’t trying to hear nothing from her about Pierre. Jazz was what some people call bougie. She only dated rich men – single or taken – as long as they had money and looked good she wanted them. Like me, Limin’Times Entertainment Gude

Jazz worked very hard to get where she wanted to be. Her mom left her a cool million when she died, which Jazz used first on fashion school, then on starting her own clothing line and finally to open her first store. Jazz’s dad was still alive but he lived in Florida with his new wife. He and Jazz had a fairly good relationship, but she couldn’t stand her step mom. I don’t blame her, the lady was twenty years younger than her dad and only three years older than Jazz. Talk about finding a sugar daddy and latching on to him. “Jazz are you home?” I called out. I found her front door unlocked so I put my head in and called again. “Jazz, it’s Bella. You here?” The house was so quiet I was about to turn back, lock it, and leave when I heard a faint sobbing coming from the den. Slowly pushing the door further open, I called out to her again. There was a pause before she finally answered; “Bella don’t leave.” Jazz How could I forget to lock the door!? I thought. Bella should’ve been too caught up in her boo Pierre to think about how long it had been since she saw me up close. Oh well, now that she was here Id’ have to come up with a story. I couldn’t let her know that I was not the hardcore, got-it-together boss-lady that I project for the good of my brand. Truth was, my secrets were dark and I planned to take them to my grave, even if it killed me. 12

Lego Batman My first thought when my nephews wanted to watch this movie was “Really? Lego Batman??” I wasn’t exactly plugged in to the wave of Lego movies, video games, apps and YouTube channels, nor to the myriad of characters that Lego has licensed over the years for its toys and other entertainments. Now that I’ve watched it, I think “Yes, definitely.” In case you’re not familiar with one of the most popular superheroes ever, Batman lives in and protects Gotham City, a darker, more serious version of New York. Of course, every iteration of Batman is a little different. Lego Batman (as voiced by Will Arnett) is dark, self-sufficient, unemotional and super distant, even from Robin (Michael Cera), the way-too-adorable orphan he recently adopted. The drama of the movie starts when the Joker (Zach Galifianakis), in his latest attempt to terrorize Gotham City, tries to banter with Batman about what great enemies they are. Nah, replies Batman, he’d really rather fight Superman. Stung and in tears, the Joker retreats, only to return with a cadre of “the worst villains in the history of the universe.” The list is comically long and includes some usual suspects (The Riddler, Penguin, Catwoman), some that might be better placed elsewhere in the Lego 13

universe (Voldemort, Sauron, the Dalek), and few that just don’t make sense (Condiment Man). How will our solo hero defeat such a large and nefarious team? He tries to go ahead without help, but winds up banished to another realm called the Phantom Zone instead. After some sage advice from an all-knowing Lego block, Batman realizes that he’s going to have to build a team of his own. They may not be blood relations, but Batman calls on his chosen family: his ward Robin, his steadfast butler and advisor, Alfred (Ralph Fiennes), and the newly named Gotham City police commissioner Barbara Gordon/Batgirl (Rosario Dawson). They rally as a team and wrangle the entire city of Gotham to work together before the day is done. The cast, jokes, batcave, fight scenes, references to other Batmans, and the nods to other comic-book heroes and villains are all completely over the top, but in a fun way because the characters are all taking jabs at themselves. Parents put up with a lot of not-thatgreat entertainment for the sake of their kids, but this movie was one that a couple of young kids and as well as their parents could enjoy equally. The Lego Batman Movie is available on iTunes and other streaming services. Vol. 30, 10 / June 14 - Jun 20, 2018

Pickering’s European Bonding Session In preparation for the rigors of the 2018-19 season following last year’s 2210 mark and an Atlantic Sun Conference runner-up finish, Florida Gulf Coast University Eagles Volleyball middle blocker Sharonda Pickering wrapped up a fivecountry, 11-day tour of Europe, after plying in six games in three countries with her team, in preparation for her senior year. The tour offered a bit of history, culture and most importantly team bonding, as they prepare. The Eagles’ tour began in Budapest, Hungary, where they came up against MTK Budapest, a team of 17-18 year olds, and walked off with a four set victory, 25-23, 23-25, 25-12 and 25-10. They also won the next match, 25-20. 25-20, 22-25 and 25-15. They faced the Slovenia National Team in Maribor, lost the opener 26-28, before taking the victory, 25-21, 25-18, 2025 and 15-11 Across the border against a Croatia junior select team in Pula, they needed five sets to prevail, 25-9, 25-22, 25-17, 25-20 and 15-8, in a match treated as a scrimmage. They followed up with a 20-25, 23-25, 25-19, 26-24 and 15-9 victory. They didn’t play in Vienna, Austria or Venice, Italy. “We compete in the Atlantic Sun Conference and we have fallen short by placing second for the last three years. This year, we only lost one senior, so the core of our team is basically returning for the 201819 season,” Pickering explained. “Our coach planned this trip as an opportunity for us to play more as Limin’Times Entertainment Gude

a team and be stronger as a steam as we prepare for the fall.” The trip was a good for team bonding, Pickering said. “For us as a team, we usually spend all day in class and then come onto the court in the afternoon and practice. This trip allowed us to enjoy different cites, different cultures and explore during the day while still competing in the evening. This trip allowed us to enjoy each other’s company on and off the court.” As she enters her senior year, Pickering said the trip gave her an opportunity to play against great teams and to face a different style of volleyball. It also allowed her and her team to better understand how to adjust quickly and find different ways to approach the game, and, hopefully, different ways to win. “At first, it was challenging as a team for us to adjust to a different ball game, and a few rule changes, but after a couple of points, we were able to find a good rhythm against challenging teams and to fight our way through sets,” she explained. “Our overall trip was great. We had members of our FGCU staff and family which made this trip balanced with business and pleasure. The practices that led us to these games and the games that we played helped us to be better prepared for the fall season. Nevertheless, the adventure of being in different countries, using different currencies, trying new foods and embracing different cultures made us learn a lot about ourselves and others around us.” 14

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