Category Archives: Performances
Break out the soup pot & ladle, pound the garlic & toss in some veggies, meat, seafood,herbs & spices! The VI’s one and only Culinary Competition that awards participants with $$$ returns for a 3rd year…Soup du Cure! On Sunday, 12.4.2011 restaurants, caterers, and amateur chefs will compete in more than 20 soup categories…with something for every appetite! Come and try kallaloo, red peas soup, sancoché, bisques, ital, chowders, and so much more. Top prizes include: $1,000 for the Best Soup, $500 for 2nd place, and 3rd place $250. Additionally, the crowd favorite wins $250. Live local entertainment featuring Mada Nile & Fyah Train. Entry is $10 for Adults and $5 for kids + $1 per taste. We’re still looking for SPONSORS & PARTICIPANTS! All proceeds benefit the Caribbean Education Initiative a 501 (c) (3) non-profit organization and its beneficiaries!
For more information contact Jozette at 340.226.4503 or email CaribEd1@gmail.com.
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Nicki Minaj capped off a non-stop evening that included an MTV Video Music Award win by showing up on stage with Taylor Swift at the Staples Center, where she joined the pop-country singer for a performance of Minaj’s smash hit ‘Super Bass.’
We’ve known for months that Swift loves ‘Super Bass,’ ever since she rapped a portion of the song during a radio interview. But last night she took it to another level by playing the song during her set. Swift rapped the opening lines, “This one is for the boys with the booming system…” before Minaj appeared and took over, as Swift danced and playfully tossed her hair around.
The two young divas from opposite ends of the pop music spectrum seemed right at home on stage together. “I wanna thank her from the bottom of my heart. I love you, Taylor,” Minaj said after the song. Swift later tweeted, “The combination of the INSANE crowd tonight and @NICKIMINAJ joining me onstage for “Superbass” = #IwishthatIcouldhavethismoment4life.”
‘Super Bass’ won the VMA for Best Hip-Hop Video last night and reached No. 3 on the singles chart, becoming thehighest-charting rap song by a solo female in nine years.
Rihanna fans were treated to a special encore performance during her concert at the the Izod Center in East Rutherford, New Jersey. Mentor Jay-Z arose from the stage on a circular platform and the two enticed fans with their hits Run this Town and the Umbrella (Remix).
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