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St Barth's traditional sailboa... St Barth's traditional sailboa... Monday, 15 August 2005

Fishing and sailing are two of the most popular activities in the lives of the people of Saint Barth. Many islands in the Caribbean have their own flotillas of traditional sailboats; each built in a different style. Summer in Saint Barth is the perfect time to celebrate this tradition, with a series...

Road work Road work Today at 04:00 pm

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...

Summer Activities Underway Summer Activities Underway Yesterday at 05:53 pm

July 14, French “Independence Day” commemorates the storming of the Bastille on July 14, 1789 and the onset of the French Revolution. Many towns in France celebrate with a military parade and a reception at City Hall. St-Barth held its own traditional parade comprised of elected officials, local cel...

something in the air something in the air Thursday, 16 August 2001

The holiday season finally got underway the first weekend in August when Larry Gray, our local pyro-maniac or fireworks expert, finally got a chance to show off his stuff in the skies over Lorient beach, after two false starts earlier in the summer...

A forceful speech A forceful speech Wednesday, 04 September 2002

The island's top ranking public servant, Bruno Magras, delivered the mayoral address, part and parcel of the fare that is served every August 24, which in these parts, is St. Barthélemy Day...

Savacou, St. Barth’s new pirog... Savacou, St. Barth’s new pirog... Thursday, 20 September 2007

In the early 20th century, men navigated aboard small wooden boats, called pirogues, to go fishing, transport merchandise, and compete in local regattas, known as “boulines,” on special occasions. The construction of a pirogue begins with the trunk of a large gommier tree from the island of Dominica...

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...

and the winner is and the winner is Monday, 16 September 2002

There they were. Six lovely young ladies competing to become Miss St. Barthelemy circa 2002. The event took place on August 24 at the town fair celebrating good old St Barth, the patron saint of the island...

New Street Addresses In Gustav... New Street Addresses In Gustav... Monday, 22 June 2009

There is a project underway to give a specific street address to every home in Gustavia. The municipal council voted in May 2007 to rename some of the city streets as well, and this has been done. The Collectivity’s cultural affairs commission decided to complete the renaming of the streets in time ...

BATTEN DOWN THE HATCHES BATTEN DOWN THE HATCHES Saturday, 16 September 2000

I just survived my first hurricane. Okay, I'll admit it, it was a small hurricane, really. Nothing at all like the great gusty storms of recent years, like Luis and Lenny, but it sure gave me a taste of what a larger storm might bring!...


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