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Art by tangie Tangiera Huggins Anguilla

“Art. Passion. Life. Art is my passion and that passion guides me through life”, this is the personal mantra that drives Ms. Tangiera Huggins, a young and upcoming artist.

Formally registered in March 2018, the Beloved Project, which comprises four young ladies and Mr Joseph, has taken on numerous projects around the island.

In this period of COVID-19, a time where public health is of grave importance, we are proud to announce that, Dr Tonya Mason, an Anguillian, has completed a PhD in Environmental Epidemiology at The University of Hong Kong.  Born and raised in Anguilla, she is the daughter of Fay and

Queen B Soca

When you hear the name Queen B, you quickly think calypso but, with her first ever Soca soundtrack For You, the Queen is…

Go Anguilla Boat Race

**By: Fidel Lim Brooks Boat Racing in Anguilla is a sensational sport. Boat Racing is also the national sport of Anguilla. It was created in the early nineteen hundreds. It began when Anguillian workers would race back in their boats to the shores of Anguilla after they worked on the

By: Kieron Edwards** Grandpa Joe shared with me fascinating facts about the rise and the fall of the salt industry in Anguilla. There are 17 salt ponds in Anguilla, the three main salt ponds are Road Pond, West End Pond and Long Pond. But the most important pond for the

By: Joel Smith** According to the Encyclopedia Britannica, Tourism is “the act and process of spending time away from home in pursuit of recreation, relaxation, and pleasure, while making use of the commercial provision of services.” In 2018, Forbes said that the fastest-growing sector in the travel and tourism industry

COVID-19 has impacted Anguilla but, one Easter tradition has become even more prevalent during the shutdown – kite making and flying!

John T Memorial Bike Race

By: Cailan Fleming On Sunday I woke up at 5 o’clock in the morning. Up before the sun, I was heading out on my usual Sunday morning ride. I checked my tire pressure and filled my water bottles. I was off on what was supposed to be a long solo

Hurricane Irma Anguilla Lillies

By: Caleann Adams Some trees were bending while some trees were snapping apart to allow the powerful wind to pass through. Trailers sailed aimlessly through the angered grey sky, landing in places they were not in in the first place. Cars were moving around recklessly as if invisible people ‘bought