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International Feature Film is Being Shot in Belize

The filming of a film with a Belizean and American cast is taking place in San Pedro. The director is Dale Stelly, a Belizean American from Los Angeles, who is [...]

Tony Rath Opens Photo Gallery in Dangriga

A month before he migrates with his wife to the U.K. where she has taken up a diplomatic posting, renowned photographer and blogger Tony Rath is unveiling his new project [...]

A Virtual Dance Recital

Usually this would be the time of year when Belizean artists are on stage showing off their talents.  But this year, as with so many things, even dance recitals have [...]

Stig Drops “Love You Forever”

Valentine’s Day may be a few weeks behind us but it isn’t stopping well-known Belizean musician Stig Da Artist from releasing a new music video that’s all about love.  Shot [...]

Making the Shift to Outdoor Dining

Are you tired of being locked up at home cooking or eating take-out food? Well, some stakeholders in the food industry in Belize City have made huge investments to give [...]

Meet Belizean Punta Rap Artist, Derz McVey!

He was born Ivor Ventura, but over the past two years, Belizean punta rap artist Derz McVey has been taking the music scene by storm. Due to the pandemic, however, [...]

Celebrating the Chinese New Year in Belize during COVID-19

The dragon dance is among the many activities done annually to celebrate the Chinese New Year in Belize, but due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the festive occasion has gone virtual. [...]

Super Furia Celebrates 35 Years!

The Super Furia Band is celebrating a major milestone in its history – thirty-five years in existence!  The family band of Orange Walk also welcomed their anniversary with an award [...]

Making Rum Popo for Christmas

The Christmas holiday has always been a time when family and friends get together to enjoy each other’s company and celebrate the season to be merry. But 2020 has proven to [...]

Belize Music Agency Moves to Online Platform

The Belize Music Agency is switching its entire music operation to an online platform but for it do to so it needed funding. C.E.O. James Sanker looked to the Caribbean [...]

Virtual Brukdown Festival to be Held on Sunday

One of the Belize Music Agency’s first online events will be the annual Brukdown Festival scheduled to take place on Sunday, December twentieth.  Sanker says that lovers of brukdown music [...]

Kungo Dance Belize; Emboldening the Art of Movement

Since the beginning of this week, Belizeans who participate in the artistic expression of dance have been engaged in various virtual dance workshops from their homes as Kongo Dance Belize [...]

Mr. Program – His Legacy Will Rise!

When he burst onto the local entertainment scene a few years ago, he was considered the next big thing in music.  But his career didn’t quite take off as his [...]

No Expo 2020, but Great Deals Available During this September Month

Due to the coronavirus pandemic and the social distancing regulations in place, the traditional market expo of the Belize Chamber of Commerce and Industry that takes place part of the [...]

Sir Barry’s Belikin Bash 2020 Goes Virtual

The Sir Barry’s Belikin Bash is on.  Those faithful patrons of the three-day event are getting ready for the first of its kind virtual experience.  You heard right – Bowen [...]

Get Your September Laugh on with Comedy Belize!

If you are looking for something to do with the family in the safety of your homes, the founders of the Comedy Belize want you to join them for a [...] Welcomes Belizeans For a Day of Relaxation

We all know that tourism has taken a nose-dive; the P.G.I.A. remains closed for another three weeks and international visitors have kept away due to the corona virus. Tour operators [...]

St. George’s Caye Day Celebrated Virtually

The Battle of St. George’s Caye this year did not have the traditional merrymaking and the vibe of the street parade. For the first time in two hundred and twenty-two [...]

Celebrating Ninth Night Bram Virtually

This year’s national celebrations will be held virtually due to the COVID pandemic and the fact that gatherings are limited to ten persons. On Wednesday night, the Ninth Night Virtual [...]

Celebrating September Celebrations in a Responsible Manner

Aside from being U.D.P. Leader Elect and Culture Minister, Patrick Faber is also in charge of culture. Today, he was asked about this year’s September Celebrations Septembers.  According to Faber, [...]

Jankunu Productionz Hosts Two Nights of Comedy with “Covid Chronicles”

Are you ready for some theatre filled with laughter and excitement? Well listen up cause on August seventh and eighth at the Bliss Centre for the Performing Arts, “Covid Chronicles” [...]

September without Carnival! No Money and No Time to Get Ready

In years past, the construction of carnival costumes and dance rehearsals would be in full swing at this time of the year. But the coronavirus has thrown a wrench into [...]

Closure of Entertainment Strip Affects Other Small Businesses

On Tuesday night, you heard about the financial troubles of the owners of night clubs that remain closed due to the COVID-19 lockdown.  On the entertainment strip on Princess Margaret [...]

Tarrus Riley Arrives in Belize for Valentine’s Day Concert

This Friday at the Belize City Civic Centre, a concert for lovers takes place, featuring Jamaican artist Tarrus Riley. Today, he arrived in Belize as final preparations are being made [...]

Calypso Rose Covers Watina and Films Music Video in Hopkins

Legendary musician Calypso Rose arrived in Belize today where she will be shooting a music video for the first single from her new album, Forever Young.  The lead single is [...]