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The great race The great race Thursday, 01 May 2008

I couldn’t help myself. Everyday from early May until May 13, I kept clicking onto the official website for the Transat Ag2r to see how our local heroes were doing. Let me explain...

Peter O'Keefe

Peter O'Keefe first visited St. Barths in 1968, and has been a permanent resident since 1978. He lives with his Franco-American family on a hillside overlooking St-Jean and Saline from where he gazes fascinated by the unfolding panorama of a halcyon and un...

Ellen Lampert-Greaux

Ellen Lampert-Greaux lives in Petite Saline and is the editor-in-chief of Harbour Magazine for Saint Barth and Saint Martin. When she's not organizing the St. Barth Film Festival, or writing for various magazines including Live Design, MACO, and All At ...

Tennis St Barts

playing tennis Believe it or not, the climate is not too hot to prevent numerous local players from enjoying this running and jumping sport. Most are careful, though, to avoid the mid-day hours. Some hotels have their own courts, and retain a pro for guest...

Cyclone Omar : More Bark Than ... Cyclone Omar : More Bark Than ... Sunday, 02 November 2008

Saint Barth thought it had escaped the entire hurricane season without any problems, when suddenly during the night of Wednesday to Thursday, October 15 to 16, hurricane Omar decided to take a north/northeast route and skirted the island...

Camping Camping Saturday, 19 April 2003

Now a tradition, Easter weekend camping has become de rigueur for many island families...

Urban Planning Map, Requests T... Urban Planning Map, Requests T... Monday, 12 October 2009

A large crowd attended the territorial council meeting on July 16, 2009 as island residents have a vested interest in the items on the agenda that day; especially the debate about a new urban planning map for Saint Barth—the document that defines zones where construction can take place, and outlines...

Fleur Australe Visits Saint Ba... Fleur Australe Visits Saint Ba... Friday, 05 June 2009

French sailor Philippe Poupon, with his wife Geraldine Danon and their four children, 12 year-old Nina, nine year-old Loup, two year-old Laura, and one year-old Marion, stopped in Saint Barth recently before setting off on a grand adventure: Poupon is going to attempt the Northwest Passage, a sea ro...

Road work Road work Saturday, 19 November 2005

Since summer, island residents have been surprises to see numerous red lights controlling single lane traffic, and long lines of cars, as repair work continues on the local roads. In St. Jean, a light that was installed at the intersection of the Eden Rock and the St. Jean Carenage pond since July h...


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