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Aurelio Martinez Launches Landini in Belize

Opening tonight at the Bliss, Landini, a paranda album by world renowned Garifuna artist, Aurelio Martinez will be launched. Since September, Martinez along with his team from Stone Tree Records, [...]

Duane Moody Live at Public’s Supermarket

Get into the groove because Duane Moody will be live at the Public’s Supermarket for tonight’s episode of our extremely popular Gimme Five show. Spectacular prizes will be won by [...]

Winners of Visionaries Challenge Named

The Sagicor Visionaries Challenge took place today in Belize City. More than thirty entries were submitted by schools across the country on projects that focus on science, technology, engineering and [...]

“Legends of Belize” features Belizean Mythical Creatures

Have you heard about the Tata Duende, la Llorona and the Xtabai? These are all mythical renowned creatures that have been part of the intangible traditional culture of northern Belize, [...]

Documentary to be made on Tata Duende

Since Saturday, the couple has been in Belize to promote the series, but surprisingly, they were also contacted by an investigative reporter from out of Canada. The production company wanted [...]

Dance X Kicks off at the Bliss

Dance X Belize has become an annual event in November hosted by the Bliss Center for the Performing Arts. This year, the four-day festival will feature both national and international [...]

Third Eye Launched at Image Factory

A new art exhibition is being launched at the Image Factory Art Foundation. Entitled the Third Eye, the exhibit is featuring three female artists: eLise Arelie Craig, her daughter, Alyssa [...]

A Look Back at Garifuna Settlement Day

Garifuna Settlement Day festivities were held across the country on Wednesday, the largest celebration taking place in Culture Capital, Dangriga.  In Belize City, the annual re-enactment of the arrival of [...]

SICA Seeks to Promote Food Security for the Garinagu

Across the country, Garifuna Settlement Day is commemorated on November nineteenth.  Today, on the eve of national celebrations, Garifuna communities in Central America are launching a regional project which aims [...]

Mexican Sculptor Orlando Montalvo Exhibits Works In Belize

The Mexican Embassy through the Institute of Mexico in Belize City has an annual cultural exchange program that showcases the cultural heritage as well as the creative art of Belizean [...]

Musicians Honor Paul Nabor with Tribute

On Monday, we reported extensively on the farewell to the iconic parandero Paul Nabor, who was laid to rest on Saturday in Punta Gorda. There were flowing reflections for the [...]

Legendary Parandero Laid to Rest

On Saturday, in Punta Gorda, the man dubbed the King of Paranda was laid to rest at the age of eighty-six. Paul Nabor’s send-off was spectacular, and aside from the [...]

A Final Tribute to Paul Nabor

Earlier, we showed you the beautiful and poignant church farewell to the legendary parandero Paul Nabor. But for the undisputed king of paranda, that was only one stop on his [...]

Mexican Institute Hosts ‘Day of the Dead’

Dia de los Muertos is a truly Mexican tradition that has spread to other countries; the event was celebrated today at the Mexican Institute.  Day of the Dead, as it [...]

Belizeans Prepare to Lay Parandero to Rest

Renowned parandero, Paul Nabor, passed away at his home in Punta Gorda on October twenty-second after suffering a massive stroke, his third. Tonight the nation prepares to lay this legendary [...]

B.T.B. to Host Village Arts & Crafts Expo

The third annual Village Arts and Crafts Expo organized by the Belize Tourism Board will be held this Saturday at the Memorial Park in Belize City. Over a hundred and [...]

The General Remembers the Consummate Parandero

The passing of extraordinary Parandero, Paul Nabor, earlier this week continues to resonate across the country.  His death has undoubtedly created a vacuum within the ranks of esteemed Belizean musicians.  [...]

Reflecting on a Musical Legend

Well-known music promoter, Barbara Noralez, also shared past experiences with Paul Nabor, her fondest being a visit to the late buyei’s temple in Punta Gorda Town.  According to Noralez, they [...]

Belizeans Prepare to Say Goodbye to Paul Nabor

Paul Nabor’s daughter, Marie, arrived in Punta Gorda today via Guatemala so funeral arrangements for the Paranda great will be finalized over the weekend when a delegation led by representatives [...]

Three Kings, a film capturing the essence and spirit of 3 extraordinary, cultural icons

Katia Paradis produced and directed the film, Three Kings, capturing the essence and spirit of three extraordinary men and cultural icons: Paul Nabor, Wilfred Peters and Florencio Mes.  Mes is [...]

Local Artwork Exhibition At the Ramada Princess

Distinctive Belizean art pieces are often lost among the wide array of products from the region. Ongoing at the Ramada Belize City Princes, is an exhibition of locally made artwork [...]

Agencies Collaborate in Cultural Preservation

The constant pillaging of Belize’s cultural and historic patrimony remains a national issue which cannot be swept under the rug.  The looting of archaeological sites, including El Pilar near the [...]

Inga Woods Launches Art Exhibition at Image Factory

Belizean artist Inga Woods is launching an art exhibit at the Image Factory on Friday.  Her collection of various pieces showcases the beauty of the female form but, most importantly, [...]

Former Peace Corps Volunteer Launches Memoir About British Honduras

Ted Cox is a former volunteer of the U.S. Peace Corp. He lived in Belize back in the seventies, but maintained contact with Belize over the years. Cox has now [...]

Top 20 Art Students Awarded by Atlantic Bank

Atlantic Bank Limited on Wednesday hosted an award ceremony for its fourth annual art competition. This year, primary schools students, who are avid painters, were asked to submit pieces that [...]