Title: St Barth weekly
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Title: St Barth weekly
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Language: English
Publisher: Journal de Saint-Barth
Place of Publication: Saint Jean, Saint Barthelemy
Publication Date: December 21, 2007
Copyright Date: 2007
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Economic, Social, and Cultural Council


After the election of
the Territorial
Council, its presi-
dent, and executive coun-
cil,l the fourth official insti-
tution of the Collectivity-
the Economic, Social, and
Cultural Council-was
installed on Tuesday,
December 18. The council,
known by the acronym
CESC, has 15 members
representing non-profit
associations or groups of
associations from the eco-
nomic sector, which has
seven members, while five
other seats are reserved for
those in the cultural and
social welfare sector. The
three remaining places
belong to a group of"quali-

fled individuals."
Fourteen of the 15 mem-
bers (the last seat will be
assigned after the creation
of a local chamber of com-
merce and industry) were
present at the installation
ceremony at the Hotel de la
Collectivite. Prefect
Dominique Lacroix
presided over the event, in
the presence of the Collec-
tivity's president, Bruno
Magras, its executive coun-
cil, and a small number of
guests who could be count-
ed on one hand.
Once the installation was
complete, the CESC held
its first meeting, whose
order of business was elect-
ing a board and a president.


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Jean-Marc Greaux, repre-
sentative of the Economic
Liaison Committee (CLE)
was elected president in the
first round of voting, with
10 votes, against 4 votes
for Didier Bensa, who rep-
resents the island's restau-
rateurs. The board includes:
Thierry Balzame, first vice-
president representing the

economic sector; Herve
Brin, second vice-presi-
dent, from the group of
qualified individuals;
Jacques Questel, treasurer,
representing the neighbor-
hood sports and cultural
associations; Angele Beal,
secretary, representing
AJOE, from the cultural
and social sector.

Its role, as defined by the specific laws defining the
Overseas Collectivity of Saint Barthdlemy, consists of
providing opinions-either on its own initiative, at the
request of the territorial council, or the prefect-on all
decisions that effect the infrastructure and permanent
development of Saint Barth, as well as for the overall
budget for the Collectivity. It is also responsible, still in
an advisory capacity, to examine all decisions made by
the territorial council concerning the economic, cultu-
ral, and social welfare aspects of the island.

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C contemporary Amer-
ican artist Richard
Prince is debuting a
new body of work at the
luxury Eden Rock Hotel,
recently named the best
hotel in the Caribbean by
the readers of Conde Nast
Traveler. In conjunction
with the renowned
Gagosian Gallery, the artist
will preview sixteen new
paintings as part of his
"Eden Rock" series at the
Eden Rock Hotel Gallery,
from December 27, 2007
to february 28, 2008. The
Eden Rock series is essen-
tially a storyboard for an
original screenplay (more
"pitch" than screenplay)
titled "Eden Rock," a mar-
riage between "On the
Beach," Nevil Shute's
post-apocalyptic end-of-

End of
Strong Seas
On Sunday, December 17,
Meteo France removed the
yellow alert for Guadeloupe
and Martinique that was
posted during a period of
high winds and strong seas

the-world novel and "Lord
of the Flie," William Gold-
ing's provoking novel.
This is the first of a series
of exhibitions by high-pro-
file artists at the Eden
Rock Hotel Gallery. Hotel
owners David and Jane
'.iilihc s have made art
and design a prominent
theme throughout the
hotel, a favorite spot
among the art and enter-
tainment industry elite. An
artist herself, Jane opened
the Eden Rock Gallery to
display both local and
internationally acclaimed
artists. The Gallery also
encourages guests to pick
up a paintbrush and try
their own hand at painting.
Cocktail opening:
December 27, 2007 from
6pm to 8pm.

throughout the Antilles
archipelago. Excluded from
this storm-watch, the Nor-
thern Islands also felt the
effects of winds that caused
higher seas than usual along
our coastlines. Along the
shores, many beaches more
or less disappeared before
their sand began to slowly

St Barth Weekly n131

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People Watch

Charles Darden

If you ever see the
Anglican Church in
Gustavia swaying from
side to side or hear rousing
gospel songs escaping
through the windows, then
music director Charles Dar-
den can't be very far. The
church might not actually
sway, but it might well with

the power of the
music Darden
creates with the
Chorale des Bons
Choeurs, the
island's local
choir. He directs
the choir and
serves as musical
director for the
tasks which are
separate entities
as he notes.
"I've been coming to St.
Barth for 10 years," says
Darden, who lives on the
island approximately five
months every year. For sev-
en years, he played piano
and sang at the Guanahani
hotel, but gave up that side
of his career while in Saint
Barth to dedicate himself to


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person, served in front of our beautiful lagoon.
Welcome Amuse Bouche and a Glass of
Champagne are complementary.

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his volunteer work with the
choir and the church. "I felt
it was important to develop
other interests on the
island," he says, noting that
he took over the choir after
it had been going for a few
years, and his work with
them includes producing the
Hymn of Saint Barthelemy
and making a CD with
them. He considers himself
"retired" when on the island
now, but he seems to be
constantly busy.
Training as a pianist and
conductor, Darden has an
extensive musical back-
ground, having served as
assistant conductor for the
Cleveland Orchestra and
San Francisco Symphony,
music director for the Bom-
bay Philharmonic, and for
several dance companies
including Ballet Rambert in
London and NYC's Dance
Theatre of Harlem. Working
with amateur singers in
Saint Barth, Darden says, "I
train them like I was
trained, with high musical
standards. And we have a
lot of rehearsals."
How did he interest primari-
ly French singers in Ameri-
can spirituals? "They love
it, they asked for it," he
says. "I grew up in Berke-
ley, California, in a church
with lots of spirituals. It's
very natural for me."
For many summers, when
away from Saint Barth,
Darden played the piano for
elite clients at parties in the
Hamptons, but this past
summer he took on a new
task. "I served as musical
director on a cruise ship, the
Holland America Nor-
daam," he notes. "We sailed
from Seattle to Alaska for
ten weeks, then went to

Costa Rica and Guatemala,
sailing through the Panama
Canal. I was responsible for
17 musicians aboard, from
cocktail musicians to a
string quartet, and I played
piano with a dance band. At
the end of the summer they
said I could go on any ship,
any time."
On Monday, December 24,
Darden will lead the choir
in Handel's Hallelujah Cho-
rus as part of the Christmas
Eve service at the Anglican
Church, and he is planning
for a program shared with
soprano Jane Thorngren
during the St. Barth Music
Festival in January (the pro-
gram includes Vivaldi,
Leonard Bernstein, some
French pieces, and some
Gospel). As noted in The
Weekly on December 14,
Darden also plans to take
the choir to New York City
for a series of concerts in
the spring.
His own musical tastes are
very eclectic and varied,
although he admits that he
really enjoys singing and
playing George Gershwin
on the piano. He also walks
on the island an hour a day
for exercise and enjoys
writing about his life expe-
riences; he is currently
writing about his adventure
as musical director on a
cruise ship.
The music at the Anglican
Church adds a big plus to
the church service. "It's
been said that when you are
singing you're actually
praying twice," says Dard-
en. "Music is another way
of meditating; it's another
language to be closer to the
By Ellen Lampert-Greaux
Photo: Rosemond Grdaux

St Barth Weekly n131



in St-Barts (French West Indies)

From dec.21 to dec.28, at Galerie Porta 34,
34 rue du G6neral de Gaulle in Gustavia

Open daily, except Sunday,
from 5:00 to 9:00 pm
Organis6e par Jean-Pierre Hennequet, GALERIE ASIE
TEL. 0590 52 09 01 FAX 0590 52 07 21 CELL 0690 400 195 E-MAIL galasie@wanadoofr



dealer J:- i-
Pierre H!in-
nequet, ownei :!'
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lives in a world cl i!aI!iil'd
objects. His colklci:.n ,:!
unusual, often c nii-:l-.i-
kind objects can I:.c sccn
throughout the yeai 11i h!s
gallery. But from Deceiin-
ber 21-27, he will take us
on a voyage to far away
places via an exhibit of
extremely rare objects from
China at Galerie Porta 34,
giving us an exceptional
look into the works of art
made by small ethnic com-
munities who live in
remote valleys in the high
mountainous regions of
s't.ut ll ct China.

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from each other, so
they maintained their own
individual traditions. The
Miaos are the best well
known of these groups,"
explains Hennequet. "The
objects in this exhibit date
from the early/mid-19th
century to the early/mid-
20th century."
Large silver necklaces,

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and i!n-
St a g e
clothing-from skirts to
kimono-style jackets-are
included in the collection.
"The fabrics are all hand-
dyed and woven, using nat-
ural dyes, and hand-
embroidered in silk," says
Hennequet. The embroi-
dery is incredibly ornate in
many cases, with elaborate
designs of flowers, for
example, that take many
months, if not years to

"All of these objects are
passed down from genera-
tion to generation and
make up the dowry for the
young girls," Hennequet
notes, explaining that the
mating ritual in these
remote areas
includes the boy
whistling tunes to
attract the attention
of a pretty girl.
Hennequet got the
idea for the exhibit
when he attended a
tribal arts show in
NYC and met
Xavier Monnet, a
specialized dealer
in Chinese art.
They thought it
would make sense
to show a collec-

tion of eth-
nic Chinese treas-
ures in Saint
Barth at the end of
l ,iC car. "The work in the
\e I 1;' represents an
ic!ciclible cultural jour-
nc. Hennequet says, not-
11 1Liha the prices for these
p'rcccs are still reasonable
10i1da'. Lut will increase as
these become lost arts.
"People don't take the time
to make things like this
today. Many of these
pieces have never been
seen outside of China," he
The necklaces are extreme-
ly large, with multiple lay-
ers of hand-tooled silver
covering the next and
upper torso; some are also
very heavy, and are more
for ornamentation on spe-
cial occasions than every-
day wear. "Not many mod-
ern women can wear a
necklace like these but the
work is extraordinary,"
Hennequet points out.
"Each one is truly a work of

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International Book Day In Saint Barth:

The Organizers Hope To

Expand The Event
C created in 2006 by UNESCO. In 2008, the
Didier Bensa and idea is to combine these
Jean-Pierre Henne- two events into one with a
quet, the celebration of new name, "The Saint
UNESCO's World Book Barthelemy Book Festi-
Day in Saint Barth was a val," with water as the
big success its first two central theme.
years, and just might Six months in advance the
develop into a major cul- program has not yet been
tural activity in the years established, but will
to come. That, at least, is include poetry with one,
the hope of the organizers two, or three invited
who met last Saturday for poets; a writing workshop
their first planning mee- open to all scribes on the
ting for the 2008 edition, island, experienced or
which is scheduled as a debutante; a conference
five-day event to run April led by an author, prefera-
16-20. Last year, the event bly someone well-known;
took place in conjunction and the closing event will
with a poetry week orga- be the book exchange with
nized by Monique Pignet readings and book
with the support of the signing. The collection of
association, Saint B'Art, books will begin on
and the local branch of January 5.

Christmas MJenu

SAmuse Bouche

Foie Gras Duo, Eggplant Chutney and Dried Figs
Fisherman s Plate

Apple Sorbet in Champagne

Mini Roast Beef with Rosemary gravy,
Potato Gratin
PerchFilet Provencal,
A rugula with Parmesan

Caribbean Iced Christmas log

Gourmet Coffee

With Santa Claus and J the Magician
R eservatons recommended
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St. Barth serves as the
location for a televised
mini-series entitled "Passport
to the Internet," which started
shooting in Saint Barth on
Thursday, December 20. Pro-
duced by Rony Laine and
Production des Iles, there
will be ten 13-minute
episodes of this documen-
tary/fiction film designed for
non-users of the Internet who
would like to learn how to
use it. "The number of sites
and users keeps multiplying.
The goal of this series is to
familiarize them with the
Internet as a tool, by visually
demonstrating how to navi-
gate successfully." explains
Laine. To do this, the sce-
nario includes a fictional
script- a grandfather and his
granddaughter in the French
Antilles who decide to get
news about family members

who are far away geographi-
cally-and a documentary
section in which an Internet
expert explains and demon-
strates how to proceed. "The
series should be aired in early
2008 on public as well as pri-
vate stations in the four over-
seas departments" adds
Laine. In fact, the series will
be shoot in Saint Barth but
the island will not play a
major role: "We needed a
location and actors -all
amateur-that represent the
entire French West Indies,"
Laine explains. The location
is the Meteo France weather
station in Gustavia. A set will
be built to transform the
upstairs for the fictional por-
tion, shot from December 21-
28. The documentary section
will be shot will be shot on
the ground floor from Janu-
ary 4-8, 2008.

our electric selection of English books
Books Newspapers Magazines
Cards Gifts Stationery Games

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Light hors d'ceuvre
Light hors d'ceuvre
Homemade duck foie gras poached
*** ,in a Muscat wine served in a Napoleon
of fig and honey wafers and accompanied
Vanilla scented apple macaroons served with a light salad and honey pearls
with homemade duck foie gras
accompanied with a light green salad *****
with a touch of balsamic Truffle filled scallops with a light stew
of forest mushrooms and chervil,
++++* with a sprinkling of pistachio nuts
Cappuccino of green apples
with warm lobster and crawfish
Lobster ravioli accompanied
served with black truffle bread fingers w ith a wild mushroom fan ed
with a wild mushroom flan served
on a bed of melting leek and hazelnuts
Refreshing tangerine and ****
ginger sherbet doused with champagne Refreshing coconut and -
raspberry sorbet doused with champagne
reast of guinea fowl stuffed with candied *****
?hristmas fruit accompanied with a wafer Baby partridge, the breast served with
f gingerbread and chestnuts and creamed foie gras and pearly juice, the leg served
Jerusalem artichokes and local lemons Parmentier style with orange powdered peas
and apple potatoes croquettes
Mint served After Eight style, Local fruits served caviar style
Szechuan pepper emulsion,
gingerbread ice cream *****
Grand Marnier fingers accompanied
***** with a frozen lime mousse
Christmas sweets N er
New Year's sweets
Price per person : 150 euros Price per person : 250 euros
Le Gaiac : 05 90 29 77 47 Email: legaiac@letoiny.com or reservations@letoiny.comr

Le Cesar Replaces

s of this
Aurelia and
Christophe Cesaro,
former chef at La
Marine, have
opened a new
restaurant, Le
Cesar, in the place
of Terrazza at the
Village St. Jean.
Specializing in
seafood, their menu
includes grilled lob-
ster, skate, mahi-
mahi, yellow-fin
tuna, and a daily selection
of fish and shellfish based
on what is available.
Whether cooked on the
grill or baked in a crust of
salt (the chef's favorite),
the fish here should please
the most discriminating
Those who prefer meat
also have a wide choice

from grilled steak to duck
breast and duck confit,
veal in cream sauce, or ribs
for a local touch. Every
Friday, the restaurant also
has a BBQ with local fish,
lobster, ribs, and chicken
added to the menu.
For the interior design of
the restaurant, the young
couple opted for red and
beige to give the
room a cheerful
ambiance. On Satur-
day evenings, DJ
Guillaume Mas
livens things up.

Restaurant Le Cesar
Les Hauts de St-Jean
open every evening
at 7pm,
except Wednesday.
Breakfast available
every day from 7:30am
to 10:30am.
S Reservations:
05 90 27 70 67 or

Holiday Magic
For the holidays, Le Cesar offers special menus for
Christmas Eve and New Year's Eve. And to add to the
holiday fun, Aur6lie and Christophe have hired "J. The
Magician," a pro who has more than a few tricks up his
sleeve, and will pass from table to table for a truly
magical evening. Through January 5.

St Barth Weekly n131

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A Container Ready To Leave For Haiti

he doors are now
closed and the
container is ready
to be shipped to its final
destination: Port-au-
Prince in Haiti. It has
been three and a half
years since the last ship-
ment was sent in 2004,
but the Lions Club has
is now ready to ship
another 40-foot contain-
er full of tools, furniture,
shoes, school supplies,
and a professional
kitchen. There are also .
five sewing machines, "
which will be used for
sewing classes for girls taught by
Sister Jeanne-Maurice, a nun from
the Congregation of the Sisters of
Saint-Paul de Chartres, and a former
nun from Saint Barth. Doors, win-
dows, and roofing material will be

used to repair the container, as it is
an old one that was also donated, but
it will have a new life in Haiti. Fol-
lowing the example set in 2004, the
40-foot container will be trans-
formed into at least two classrooms.

-agwa- Unimaginable here: a
sheer necessity there.
The Lions Club is
pleased to be able to
send this container to
the Haitians: "For sev-
eral years it was impos-
sible to send them any-
thing at all," explains
Agnes Houchot, presi-
dent of the local club,
for fear the donations
would be stolen. Today
the Congregation is
better prepared are so
Share we: the containers
are left there and we
except to pay 1000
euros in bribes. The sisters have
found a place not far from the port
where they can quietly unload the
container. It is still complicated, but
it is no longer impossible to send
help to the Haitian people."

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St Barth' Restaurant Saline
I Christmas Eve
Our usual menu plus holiday specials
The restaurant is open Monday, December 24

I Monday, December 31
Lunch and Fashion Show
Chill-out music afternoon and shooters
in the garden

4:00pm: Champagne-Mojito's after beach party
DJ Marco from ibiza
8:00pm to midnight: Lounge Dinner
with Special New Year' Eve Dinner Menu
175 per person
Dancing Party with DJ Rodrigue (Coste)\
3:00am Spaghetti party "Surprise"

Saline 05 90 27 72 12

Christmas Eve
Monday, December 24, 2007
Our usual menu
plus holiday specials
New Year's Eve
Monday, December 31, 2007
225 per person

New Year's Eve appetizers with your choice of drinks
Surprise "0' Corner" appetizers
"Foie Gras" prepared three different ways
A Trio of Bay Prawns, roasted, cold, and poached
A little blizzard: Red Lillet "granite"
Barbecued Maine lobster, spaghettini
with truffle, tomato and basil
Slow-roasted boneless Pigeon
with foie gras and black truffle
Before the stroke of midnight: The Gourmet Platter.
Chocolate... as a tart. Pistachio... as nougat.
And strawberries...
Mini Sweets & Coffee

Dancing Party with DJ Jacques Dumas
Lunch & Dinner Gustavia 05 90 510005
St Barth Weekly no131


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Restaurant open every evening
HStel **** NN Restaurant Fran;ois Plantation
Colombier 97133 Saint-Barth6lemy
Reservation recommand6e : 0590 29 80 22
Email: info@francois-plantation.com Web site: www.francois-plantation.com



Robert Eden, owner of
Frangois Plantation, is
also now the proprietor
of the Comptoir du Ciagre in
Gustavia, where he has added
fme wines and art to the invento-
ry of cigars and accessories car-
ried by the shop. "These wines
are not available anyplace else in
these sizes," Eden says, indicat-
ing two tables covered with large
bottles of fine vintages. "The
bottles are given away by the

Wines Now Available

Comptoir du Cigare
Eden, who took over the bou-
tique as of October 15, 2007,
has also added pieces of art,
including large wooden sculp-
tures by English artist Timothy
Holmes, who lives and works in
the South of France, and photo-
., graphs taken in Jamaica by
Eden's aunt, Rose Murray. He
explains that he took over the
store as it goes well with what
S he does already: "It's all part of
the great art of living, isn't it,"
he says. "A great meal, a good
tion them off to raise money. That's piece of art.... Even the wooden
how you buy them." Luckily for fine cigar boxes are works of art."
wine connoisseurs in Saint Barth, Eden hosted a joint cocktail party
Eden has decided to sell part of his with Louise Barrere of the boutique,
private collection. Also available is the Indochine, located next door to the
I wine he makes and sells to benefit the Comptoir du Cigare on Friday,
Jane Goodall Institute, which nurtures December 18, as one of the first par-
chimpanzees and other endangered ties of the holiday season.

Carl Gustaf Ambassador Night in Paris

Lobsters and champagne were served at the Harcourt
Studios in Paris on November 20, as part of an annual
celebration for the four-star Carl GustafHotel in Gustavia.
Owners Emmuelle and Christophe Bourgueil welcomed a
galaxy of international stars including Particia Kaas,
Michele Laroque, Thierry Lhermitte, Andrd Dussolier
Christian Karembeu, soccer player Eric Roy, Bernard
Montiel, Jean Paul Rouve, Melaine Doutey (currently seen
in a new film), Celine Balitran, Gael Leforestier Rolland
AMagdane, Daniel Lumbroso, Satya Oblette, Victoria Abril,
and Nikos, I I. ;g.,. the French-born Greek host of the
popular French TV show, Star Academy, who is the hotel's
new ambassador for 2008.

St Barth Weekly n131



One day Art Exhibition on Wednesday, December 26,
Pop Artist Jeffery Dread at Carole G. Gallery
t's not whether you win or the glamour of Hollywood
game. Jeffery Dread, in St. Barth and St. Tropez.
known for his iconic images a On his travels, Jeffery has
of the world's most intriguing met and photographed some
people, explores the power of of the world's most recog-
fortune won and lost in his nized, modem icons such as
latest exhibit, "Life is a Card c" 4 Oscar Winner Jamie Foxx,
Game". Using images wired Hilton Hotel heiress Paris
to the psyche of almost every Hilton, entreprenuer Ivanka
American, such as Elvis Pres- Trump, Hip-hop music
ley, Marilyn Monroe, Uncle mogul Russell Simmons,
Sam, and the Almighty Dol- Grammy Award winners,
lar, Jeffery Dread places our Mariah Carey, and Sean O.
collective fate on a face card- Diddy Combs, and the
our hungers, wants and desires in sights and sounds of his native Haiti, famous comedian and TV host Jay
living color. We realize that even if and the energetic power of carnival. Leno, just to name a few. Jeffery
we didn't know we were playing, we "Life is a Card Game" reminds us Dread transforms these images into
are all in the game. that truly there are no winners or works of visual art that are highly
A contemporary of Andy Warhol and losers, just a tempting and magnifi- prized in the art world.
Michel Basquiat, and a New Yorker cent game to play :11h i c call... life. Now Jeffery Dread has team up with
for over twenty years, Jeffery Dread Jeffery Dread, a world traveler, con- Carole G. Gallery to bring you an
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Phone: 0590-291440
Open Mon-Sat 9:30-12:30 and 14-19
21-31 December open every day non-stop

Fishermen appeared before dawn in the port of Gustavia last Monday, at around 5am. Fourteen boats with
large protest posters stretched across the port, blocking all entries and departures from the port. At 10:30am,
when it looked like no ni. g.1i,,, ,t was f;, ll ...i.ini. they proceeded to the airport and blocked access to the
departures hall as well as the check-in counters. The action lasted until approximately 1:30pm, at which time
president Bruno Magras finally agreed to organize a im ii. ,,u his executive council. The mi img took place
at 3pm in the council chambers at the Hotel de la CollectivitW and was successful in that the port was re-ope-
ned at 5pm, after the conclusion of the mi- i.g0

As The Weekly went to press on
Thursday evening, the Territori-
al Council of Saint Barth was
scheduled to meet and discuss the appli-
cation of a reduction in fuel prices for
the island's professional fishermen who
had blocked the port of Gustavia and the
airport last Monday in protest of high
fuel prices. This reduction, if applied,
means that the fishermen would pay
1.07 euros per liter, as compared to the
1.26 euros per liter they pay today. The
new price at the pump would represent
the cost per liter paid by the Collectivity
when they buy the fuel (which is 1.1542
euros per liter) less a special tax of 8
cents/euro that would be reduced for
every liter of fuel sold to the fishermen.
If this reduced price does not entirely
meet the demands of these professionals
of the sea, who hoped to pay closer to
the 82 cents/euro per liter that their
counterparts pay in Guadeloupe, this
reduction should give the fishermen a
little breathing room in terms of budget,
and help restore peace in their relation-
ship with the Collectivity, which the
fishermen accuse of not keeping its
promise: "They always told us 'When
the fuel pump reopens at the port, your
fuel will be tax-free.' Instead, the price
for the new fuel service run by the Col-

lectivity (note: the new service was just
put into effect on December 4) has been
the same as at the other gas stations on
the island. Today they accuse us of not
coming to talk to them. But why didn't
the Collectivity say anything to us when
the pump was put into service? Why
didn't they make it clear if they intended
to charge a reduced price? And especial-
ly, when the Territorial Council met in
late October and discussed the price for
fuel at the new pump, why didn't they
announce the reduced price then? If their
intention was to sell tax-free fuel to the
fishermen, we would have known about
it and not had the need to demonstrate,"
explains Gilles Brin, president of the
local fishermen's association.
Bruno Magras, president of the Collec-
tivity, did not hide his bitterness after the
actions last Monday, which included
blocking the port for 12 hours and also
blocking passengers from checking in at
the airport for almost four hours: "This
wildcat strike considerably tarnished the
image of Saint Barthelemy and especial-
ly over something we could have avoid-
ed. If they had come to me, I would
have extended this proposition, which
was always our intention," says the pres-
ident. He also feels that the fishermen
make things look worse that they really

are: "They might pay the same charges
as the fishermen in Guadeloupe, but
they do not pay income tax here, and we
offered them a fish market free of
This is the first time since 1975 that such
an action blocked access to the island.

Due to the blocking of the port of
Gustavia last Monday, maritime
connections between Saint Martin
and Saint Barth6lemy were cancelled.
According to Jean-Claude Latourne-
rie, director of the Voyager ferry ser-
vice, approximately 150 people found
themselves stuck. As for air traffic,
landing was possible so most of the
flights from Saint Martin/Sint Maar-
ten arrived as scheduled. This was
not the case with flight from Saint
Barth, as delays continued throu-
ghout the morning and some flights
were cancelled. Certain passengers
managed to get to Saint Martin in
time for their connecting flights, but
others missed their planes and had to
wait up to 48 hours to get another
flight to their final destinations, as the
flights are almost full during the
Christmas holiday period.

St Barth Weekly n131


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What is a Transect ?
Each week the Marine Park answers
a question concerning the marine envi-
ronment and environmental protection.
A transect is straight line placed on the
ground along which ecological meas-
urements are taken. If ecologists wanted
to sample the diversity of organisms in
the marine park, for example, they
would place a number of transects per-
pendicular to the shore and take sam-
ples at predetermined interval lengths.
The ecologists then move along the line
with a yardstick to take their measure-
ments. Thus they can count the number
of organisms (coral, shells, sponges,
etc.) found in any given area. In Saint
Barthelemy, two transects 200 feet long
are installed permanently, near the
islands of Pain de Sucre and Coco. Oth-
er temporary transects have been put in
place as well to count the conch popula-
tion in sea grass beds. The results are
compared from one year to another,
allowing an ongoing survey of life
along the reefs.

Attention All Yachts: Mooring and Anchoring

The Saint Barth Marine Park would
like all sailors to know that all moor-
ings put into place in protected zones
are operational. If you see any that
have problems, please call us at 05 90
27 88 18 or 06 90 31 70 73, and we
will do all we can to get the moorings
repaired. Please remember to respect
the following rules:
Dive spots: boats of 15 meters

Divers and snorkeling fans aboard
yachts must have authorization
and a permit within the protected
areas of the marine park. All jet-
skis and water skiing are totally
prohibited in the Marine Park.
Finally, please note that there are
numerous sea turtles in the entry
channel to the port of Gustavis as
well as the bay of Colmbier, and
that the speed limit of three knots
must be respected at all times!

Bays of Colombier and Fourchue :
-White buoys: boats of 8 meters /12
tons maximum
-Yellow buoys: boats of 20 meters /25
tons maximum
-Red Buoys: boats of 25 meters /25
tons maximum
Anchoring is tolerated only in the
bays of Colombier and Forchue out-
side of the mooring zones with buoys.

Fuel Pump Now In Service
Fuel has been pumping once again at
the Port of Gustavia since Tuesday,
December 4, Those wanted to buy fuel
use an intercom to alert the manager of
the station who then opens the pump
automatically. Payment must be made
in euros-cash or a check drawn on a
French bank. Credit cards are not
accepted. The price: 1.16 euros for a
liter of diesel fuel; 1.26 euros for a liter
of lead-free gasoline.

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Christmas Menu 2007


Foie Gras Terrine with Sea Salt or Spices
Foie Gras, prepared with Banyuls Wine
Arancchini with Lemon Meyer and Goat Cheese
Lotte Terrine with Vegetables
Puff Pastry with Creole Langouste
Hand Sliced Scotish Smoked Salmon with Home Made Blinis
Grilled Pear and Watercress and Roquefort Salad
Coconut Rice with Shrimp Marinated with Lime and Ginger
Cannelloni Mascarpone & Parme
Warm Potato Salad

e 16.00/1 og
E 16.00/1OOg
* 4.00/1 00g
* 6.00/1 OOg
* 10.00/piece
* 13.00/1 OOg
* 6.00/100g
* 6.00/1 OOg
* 3.00/piece
E 3.00/1OOg

* 5.00/100g
* 4.00/1OOg
* 4.00/1OOg
* 6.00/100g
* 5.00/100g
* 4.50/100g
* 2.50/100g

* 5.80/10 g
* 6.00 100g
e 10.00/1OOg
" 6.00/100g
" 7.00/100g
" 7.00/100g
E 12.00/100g
E 4.50/10 g
e 9.00100g


Asparagus Risotto
Celery Puree
Two Potatoes Gratin
Paris Mushrooms
Selection of Vegetables
Lobster Bisque
Corn Soup


Traditional Roasted Turkey
Duck Breast with Spices and Orange
Saddle of "Limousin" Lamb with Herbs
Capon with Mushrooms Stuffing
Cold, Poached, Half Spiny Lobster with Truffle Oil
Mahi-Mahi with Macadamia Nut Crust
Pan Fried Sea Scallop with Potatoes
Christmas Ham with Porto and Pineaple
Grilled Wild Salmon with Miso

~ Buche Glac6e Framboise, vanille, cookies aux pecans La part E 4.00
~ Buche Chocolat Biscuit chocolate, mousse chocolate
~ Buche Corossol Biscuit poudre d'anis, mousse fruits rouges, fruits rouges, mousse corossol
~ Buche Caramel Biscuit noix, mousse caramel, poires pochees, mousse poire
~ Buche Caraibes Biscuit macaron chocolate, cremeux chocolate, mousse coco
~ Buche Mont6limart Biscuit dacquoise, mousse nougat, coulis gelifie d'abricot, mousse abricot
~ Truffes Chocolat, Bounty (coco), The au lait, Passion Le sachet de 220g E 15,00
Maya'S To Go will be exceptionally closed on Sunday 23rd, December
and opened on Monday 24th, December 2007.
Tel : 05 90 29 83 70 Fax : 05 90 52 41 27 mayastogo@wanadoo.fr

Two of our favorite US resident : Diana & Nancy !
Michael Kaufman, a 17
year-old visitor from
Philadelphia, grooving
at La Plage

Mirror, Toothpaste, and Signor Teeth:
three characters from the children's
Christmas performance, "Le rave de
Domino," presented by the local thea-
tre troupe, SB Artists. Next perfor-
mance, Sunday, December 23, at the
Catholic church hall in Gustavia
Reservations: 06 90 41 84 17
or 06 90 55 98 26.

St Barth Weekly n131



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Au Port

05.90.27 62 36

Bte a Z'Ailes 05 90 29 74 09
Carl Gustaf (Le) 05.90.2979 00
Cafe Victoire
Caviar Island 0990524611
Do Brazil 05.90.29 06 66
Eddy's Restaurant 05.90.27 54 17
Jao 05.90.29 52 24
La Creperie 05 90 27 84 07
La Mandala 05.90.27 96 96
La Marine 05.90.27 68 91
La Route des Boucaniers 05.90.27 73 00
Le Bistro 05.90.27 5151
La Saladerie 05 90 27 52 48
Le Sapotiller 05.90.27 60 28
Le Vietnam 05 90 27 81 37
Pipiri Palace 05.90.27 53 20
Repaire des Rebelles 05.90.27 72 48
The Strand
Ti Zouk K'fe 0590279060
Wall House 05.90.27 71 83
Esprit Saline 05.90.52 46 10
Grain de Sel 05.90.52 46 05
Le Tamarin 05 90 27 7212
K'fe Massai 05.90.29 76 78
Le Bouchon 05 90277939
Le Wok 05 90 27 52 52
Le Portugal a St Barth 05 90 27 68 59
Le Regal 05.90.29 85 26
Hostellerie des 3 Forces 05 90 27 61 25

St Barth W a.Y
Published by "Le Journal de Saint-Barth" ISSN-1766-9278
Ph. : Fax:
e-mail: stbarthweekly@wanadoo.fr www.stbarthweekly.com
Director & layout : Avigael Haddad Chief Editor: Pierrette Guiraute,
Translation : Ellen Lampert Greaux, Photographe: Rosemond Greaux
Impression: Daily Herald

Le Gaiac (H6tel Le Toiny) 05.90.27 88 88
Saint Jean
Tantra 05 90 27 68 09
Eden Rock 05.90.29 79 99
Kiki e Mo
Le Diamant 05 902921 97
Le Jardi 05 90 27 73 62
Le Glacier 05 90277130
Le Piment
La Plage
Le Cesar 05.90.27 70 67
Nikki Beach
"Z" 05 90 27 53 00
Pointe Milou
Ti St-Barth 05.90.27 97 71
Grand Cul de Sac
Bartolomeo (H6tel Guanahani) 05.90.27 66 60
Indigo (H6tel Guanahani) 05 90 27 66 60
Kazz'n Blues 05 90 52 2126
Restaurant des pecheurs (Le Sereno)
Francois Plantation 05.90.29 80 22
Les Bananiers
Chez Rolande 05.90.29 76 78
La Case de l'Ile 05.90.27 61 81
La Langouste
Taiwana 05.90.27 65 01
Anse des Cayes
Chez Ginette
Chez Yvon 05.90.29 86 81
Fellini Ristorante (H6tel Le Manapany)

Santa Fe

St Barth Weekly n 131

St Barth Weekly n'131


Where to go dancing? See an art exhibit?
Listen to live music? Time Out keeps you up to date on local happenings. Let's party I

Special Events
I Sunday, December 23
- Equestrian obstacle-
jumping contest from
10am to 5pm at the
Ranch des Flamands.
Horseback riders can con-
tact Raphaile at 06 90 39
87 01. BBQ and cold
drink available.
- "Le r6ve de Domino,"
presented by the local
theatre troupe, SB Artists,
at the Catholic church
hall in Gustavia. Reserva-
tions at 06 90 41 84 17 or
06 90 55 98 26.
I Monday, December 24th
at 6:30pm, Christmas eve,
carols & readings at
Anglican church, Gustavia
I Tuesday, December 25
at 9:00 am Christmas day,
Family eucharist at
Anglican church, Gustavia

Live Music
I Every Evening
- Lounge mix by Jacques
Dumas, 7:30 pm to 1 am,
Bar't6, hotel Guanahani,
Grand Cul de Sac
- Evan Goodrow, soul-
singing, blues guitar playing
powerhouse, from 9:00 pm to
midnight, Bet'a Z'ailes,
- Alan Landry, piano, 6pm,
except Sunday, Kazz'n Blues,
Grand Cul de Sac
- Papagayo & friends, Live
Music, except Monday, at
La Plage, St Jean
I From Monday to Saturday

- Isabelle Blanc, on the piano
starting at 7:30pm, Gaiac
restaurant, H6tel le Toiny
I From Sunday to
- St6phane Cano, sunset live
music, from 6:00 pm Carl
Gustav Hotel, Gustavia
I From thursday to Saturday
- Christine Gordon, sunset
live music, from 6:00 pm Carl
Gustav Hotel, Gustavia
) Friday, December 21
- Latino Evening, with Dj
Regis, Ti Zouk K'f6, Gustavia
at 9:00 pm
SSaturday, December 22
- Ibiza Evening with DJ
Marco from Ibiza at Caviar
Island, Gustavia
- The Dgermaines live from
7:30pm at La Mandala,

Let's Party
I Monday
- Marrakesh Party, with
Oriental Dancers, Ti St Barth,
Pointe Milou
) Tuesday
- Chic & Romantic, Jazz
blues, Saoul, Ti St Barth,
Pointe Milou
) Wednesday
- From 60's to the 80's, Funny
& Sexy spectacle with glam-
ourous dancers, Ti St-Barth,
Pointe Milou
I Thursday
- Angels party, Ti St-Barth,
Pointe Milou
I Saturday
- DJ Guillaume Mas
at Le Cesar, St Jean
I Sunday
-Brunch at Manapany, Mix
music, from noon to 3:00 pm

SFeoturing the famous
11.a AN AbleN U temW

Night Club
I Every night
-Casa Nikki, Gustavia
-Yacht Club, Gustavia
-Bubbles Club, Gustavia
-Hot Spot Caf6, Lurin
I Monday
- Electro evening, Yacht Club,
I Tuesday
- Caribbean Influence, Yacht
Club, Gustavia
-Pink Party, dress code white
& pink, Casa Nikki, Gustavia
I Wednesday
- We never know Evening,
Yacht Club, Gustavia
I Thursday
- Pure House Evening, Yacht
Club, Gustavia

Fashion Show
I Everyday
-1:30- 2 pm, Case de l'ile,
Isle de France, Flamands
- 1.30pm & 8:30pm, fashion
show featuring Wild Side,
La Plage, St Jean
I Every Tuesday
- 6:30 pm, H6tel Isle de
France Boutique, Flamands
- 9:30 pm, Fashion Show
by Carole G, Ti St Barth,
Pointe Milou

I From Dec 21 to 28
Chinese Minorities
Treasures a special exhibi-
tion and sale opportunity
to be held at Galerie
Porta 34

I Through January 2nd
Jackie, a photo exhibit,
Photos by Benno Graziani
at Nikki beach, St Jean
I Jean-Charles Merle, painter,
Galerie Asie, Gustavia
I December 23-24
Andrew Wellman, painting
Pop Art Style at Carole G.
Gallery, Gustavia. Cocktail
opening sunday 23 at 6:00pm

St Barth Weekly n131

Pilates s fitness
Pilates, Yoga & Reformer
Group & private classes
Fitness studio, spinning...

I From December 27 to
february 28, 2008
Richard Prince Previews
New Paintings at Eden
Rock Hotel Gallery
Cocktail opening:
December 27, 2007
from 6pm to 8 pm.

) December 26 anuary 2
Art Exhibition of Pop Artist
Jeffery Dread at Carole G.
Gallery, Gustavia. Cocktail
opening Wednesday 26 at
6:00pm to 8pm
D Through January 2
Group Show to b.art Gallery,
) Through December 22
Tery O'Neill, portrait
photography. Opening
Saturday at 6:00pm, Eden
Rock Gallery, St Jean
) Through January 15
Patrick Chevailler, Carole G.
Art Gallery, Gustavia


xcellecee d. cens

Christophe Marcmheeau
and bis team,welome you
at your hotel villa or yacht

1 At your services



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A large selection of grands crus
Champagne Billecart salmon
S- Armagnac, Calvados, Rhum, French Vodka
Foie gras, Salt of Wine
s.,,,- ,,,y Wine tasting every day at the shop
-Easy to park your car & Free delivery
Your Wine Shop in Grand-Fond
Tel./Fax : 05 90 52 20 96
open Monday to Saturday
9:30am to 12:30am 2:00pm to 6:30pm

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High: 82 F /28 C.
Wind ENE 17 mph / 28km/h
Night: Scattered Clouds
Low: 78 F. /26 C.
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Low: 780 F / 26 C.
Wind ENE 22mph/36km/h

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every 3x3 box contains the digits 1 through 9."That's all
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For your last minute vaca-
tion, St Barts rentals are still
available for Christmas and
New Year's Eve. Call now
+590 (0) 590 511 854 or
+590 (0) 690 710 605 or
email at

Looking for
Couple French / American
15 years on the Island, loo-
king for villa management
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Real Estate
For sale, a recently refurbi-
shed and refurnished 2
bedroom villa with pool
situated on the hillside of
Flamand but within walk dis-
tance from the beach.
Contact St. Barth
International Realty : 0590
29 75 05

For sale, a lovely two
bedroom villa with pool
situated on the hillside of
Corossol. Newly built with
high standing materials in a
contemporary style. Not to
be missed. Contact St. Barth
International Realty : 0590
29 75 05

For sale, this two bedroom
villa with pool, situated on
the hillside of Lurin with
beautiful southwest views
over St Jean and the entire
west end of St Barth. The
villa is within just a few
minutes drive to Gouverneur
Beach, Gustavia Harbor and
St Jean Beach. Contact St.

Beautiful parcel of land located high
on the hillside overlooking Petit and
Grand Cul de Sac on about half an
acre with a 180 degree ocean view.
It is offered for sale with a building
permit for a two or three bedroom
villa with a pool. Price 2 900 000
4 brand-new, tastefully designed con-
dos, located in Lorient, only a few
yards from the beach. Well-equipped
kitchen, living room, 1 bedroom, 2
baths, with the possibility of creating a
second bedroom.Terraces and parking
From 650 000 to 740 000
Tel. : 05 90 29 88 91
Barth Property/ Sothebyis
International Realty : 0590
29 75 05 St. Barth Dream
Vacations Sari au capital de

Land for sale: 3000 m2 with
building permit, ocean view,
Marigot, 2,000,000 euros.
Tel.: 06 90 35 10 36

For sale high in the hills of
Saint Jean: Two-bedroom
house, swimming pool, view
facing the Eden Rock.
3,600,00 euros (Can build a
two-bedroom extension)
Tel.: 06 90 35 10 36

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Please mail, or drop off this form, with your payment
to the St Barth Weekly office at Les Mangliers
(near La Poste) in Saint-Jean before 2:00pm
on Monday. 20E by issue

Rue de la Republique
Gustavia BP 119
97133 Saint Barthelemy
Tel. : 05 90 292 298
Cell :06 90 39 85 86
Fax : 05 90 293 295

Three bedrooms, living room opens onto a lovely terrace
with swimming pool, sea view, lush, green surroundings
1,690,000 E

Two totally independent villas each containing
two living spaces. Recent, high-quality construction,
open views, terrace and Jacuzzi.
2,120,000 E
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Large upstairs bedroom, living room and kitchen
open onto a covered terrace in a garden setting.
480,000 E
For additional information:
Tel 05 90 2 9 22 98 Cell 06 90 39 85 86

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Shipping rescue
PAF / airport & port police
Fire dept. 1

Doctor on duty

Saint Jean

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American Airlines 00 599 54
Taxis Gustavia 05 90 27
Saint-Jean 05 90 27
StBar (Bus Service) 0590 2
Town Hall 05 90 29
EDF (electricity company office) 05 90 29
Water system 05 90 27
P -. Gustavia 05 90 27
Marine Reserve 06 90 31
Catholic church Sunday 8:30am Gustavia 05 90 27
A1 rch Sunday 9am. 0590 2
Fi church St Barth Beach Hotel Sunday 9am


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large terraces and pool, very nice view over
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Ref. DVW40 4 300 000 Euros
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for this 2 bedroom villa with pool, well furnished
and very well built with nice material.
Extension possible. Ref. PDW 2 950 000 E
(agency fee included)

this 4 bedroom villa with pool offers
a very nice view over the ocean and sunset.
RDf. YB 3 500 000 Euros
(agency fee included)
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(agency fee included)
info@missimmo.com www.missimmo.com
Rue Jeanne d'Arc Gustavia
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