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The B.D.F. Marching Band; Decades of Service to Belize

You’ve seen them providing musical accompaniment at official ceremonies across the country, especially during September festivities. The Belize Defense Force Marching Band has been in existence for well over three [...]

Markeisha Young is Miss World Belize 2021

Belize has recently seen great representations on the international stage when it comes to pageantry. And Monday, Markeisha Young from Belize City was officially crowned Miss World Belize 2021. She [...]

Are You Ready for 3 Nights of Virtual Belikin Bash 2021?

It starts tonight at eight o’clock right here on Channel Five….Night one of one of the biggest events of the September Celebrations calendar – the Belikin Bash 2021. Due to [...]

Creative Arts Giants Recognised

Today at the House of Culture in Belize City, the National Celebrations Commission presented awards and recognised individuals who have contributed tremendously over the years in different sectors of the [...]

Jah Art: “Return of the Gods.”

And another Belizean Musician “Jah Art” recently released the visuals to his single entitled “Belize.”  He describes it as a song for the September celebration season as well as a [...]

September Celebrations: Belize-at-Forty Awards

Tomorrow officially marks the first day of September, the month when Belizeans show their national pride. In that spirit, the National Celebrations Commission has been planning a series of events [...]

Fireworks Planned and Live Stream Concerts Scheduled for September Celebrations

For music lovers, live concerts will be held across municipalities during the month of September.  However, these will be performed without an audience and live-streamed, due to COVID-19 protocols prohibiting [...]

Belize and Taiwan Partner for September Songs

A collection of five songs, each piece centering around the enduring friendship between Belize and Taiwan, was introduced this morning at the Bliss Center for Performing Arts.  On hand for [...]

Get Yo J’ouvert Mud from Marsha Smith & Family

Highly anticipated events like the Carnival Road March and the J’ouvert are staples of the September Celebration festivities that draw in spectators from across the country and the diaspora, not [...]

Druewel Jones is the New National Queen of the Bay!

After seven years, the Belize District has regained the crown of the national Queen of the Bay. Druewel Jones competed against seven other delegates from across the country on Saturday [...]

Scratch and Win Winner Takes Home $50K

Scratch and Win has launched several new games ranging from one dollar to ten dollars with prizes up to two hundred and fifty thousand dollar. Scratch and Win says it [...]

Din Din Wala is Creole Song in the Public Domain

The late Leela Vernon was one of Belize’s pride and joys for her exemplary effort in helping to salvage the Creole culture through music.  And when she passed away in [...]

Stig Da Artist and Kylon Eiley: “Don’t Shoot, I’m Just a Youth”

Social media has been flooded this week with memories of Laddie Gillett. One Belizean artist who is a relative of Laddie’s decided to turn his own memories into lyrics.  This [...]

Collaboration Provides Opportunity to Showcase the Creative & Performing Arts

Through collaboration with Total Business Solutions Limited, an online platform will be established for Belizeans to tune in to the different activities and events across the country. Kim Vasquez says [...]

Ochuna Presents a New Indoor/Outdoor Dining Experience

Isani Cayetano, Reporting The COVID-19 pandemic has forced many of us to rethink the way in which we go about our daily lives.  In the hospitality industry, the strictures that [...]

Reviving the Belize Fest in Los Angeles, California

In news from the Diaspora, Belizean Americans in Los Angeles, California and a non-profit organization led by Faron Smith Junior are trying to revive Belize Fest. Due to the pandemic, [...]

Dancer Hezron Ellis: the Road to World of Dance

A twenty-four-year-old Corozal resident is on a journey of his lifetime to represent Belize on the World of Dance stage. If you are a fan of this performing art, you [...]

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 [...]