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Eyes Wide Shut, Kes the Band

“We feting ‘til morning come!” No matter the time of the day, Anguillians love to fete. This year’s Eyes Wide Shut (EWS) “The Hangover” was just as the name implies— literally a hangover! The early morning event, held at the Sandy Ground ball field, was one of the wildest and most

Kel's Candy Icecream

Swipe in mobile view for more images The interest and love for all things confectionery started for Kelva Lindo, the owner of Kel’s Candy & Ice-cream, as a child. While attending Road Primary School, she began selling Pals, Chiclets and mints during her break and lunch periods. Her inspiration back then was

Anguilla Music Academy

An institution to bring forth Anguilla’s sheltered artists; could the Anguilla Music Academy be the light at the end of the tunnel? Will it be yet another great opportunity for advancement in Anguilla? The possibilities are endless. The founder, Mr. Darius James, is a Dominican native who has made Anguilla

What We Do In Anguilla Calendar

There’s no denying that the Anguilla calendar is filled with some of the best events in the Caribbean. Apart from festivals and events, there is a music scene many have come to enjoy with the likes of Omari Banks, Omalie 360, Natty and the House, just to name a few. Additionally,

Jahmar Hamilton

The West Indies Cricket Board’s Selection Panel announced today the West Indies Cricket Board’s President’s XI 12-man squad to face England in a 50-over match captained by Jahmar Hamilton of Anguilla. The 26 year old wicketkeeper will captain the WICB President’s XI as they play against England on Monday, February 27 at

Jame Ronald Webster Coffin Police

The funeral has ended. Share this with those who can’t attend. The week has been a long one for both the Anguillian people and all those who have witnessed and admired this great man, our Father of the Nation, First Chief Minister and Leader of the 1967 Revolution, James Ronald

2017 Anguilla Summer Festival Schedule

2017 Anguilla Summer Festival has ended. Recap & Recover with us! The 2016 Anguilla Summer Festival was a blast! We partied it up for J’ouvert and Caribbean Beach Party from before sun rise to sun rise the next day, jammed through the streets with WWE Divas for Parade of Troupes, saw

Leatherback Sea Turtles

US$450,000 awarded to Anguilla’s Department of Fisheries and National Trust to study sea turtles In late April 2016, European Union’s Voluntary Scheme for Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services in Territories of European Overseas (BEST) confirmed funding to the Department of Fisheries and Marine Resources (DFMR), the Anguilla National Trust (ANT), and

Prickly Pear Cay

US$360,000 awarded to Anguilla’s Department of Fisheries and National Trust to restore and manage Anguilla’s Prickly Pear Cays and Marine Park In an announcement made on 1 November, the UK Darwin Plus biodiversity and climate change initiative confirmed funding to the Department of Fisheries and Marine Resources (DFMR), the Anguilla

Anguilla Youth Book Cover Anguillian Literature

November 3, 2016, The Valley – Two weeks after the launch of the book Chapter 5: a compilation of stories we didn’t want to write on October 19, 2016, high praise continues to pour in about this literary feat by twenty-eight teenage writers from the Albena Lake-Hodge Comprehensive School in