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Publication Date: December 28, 2007
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13th Annual New Year's Eve Regatta

40 Boats Expected To Race


he annual New
Year's Eve "parade
around the
island"-marking its 13th
edition this year-attracts a
flotilla of large and small
boats every year on
December 31. Since 1998,
the race has been organized
by Marc Del Guidice, skip-
per of the sloop Mischie-
vous, in close collaboration
with the Saint Barth Yacht
Club and the Port of Gus-
tavia. For the 2007 edition
of the race, anywhere from
35 to 40 boats are expected
on the starting line, accord-
ing to Del Guidice's pre-
dictions. "Everybody
knows about the race and


we expect a lot of big boats
to start coming in this
weekend," he says. The
size of the boats varies
from the smallest at 21' to
the larger boats of over
100'. Several boats have
already indicated their
presence for the regatta:
Chippewa (70'), Encore
(70'), Wild Horses (76'),
Gitana (118') and Mischie-
vous (65').
The winner last year was
Claude Th6lier aboard
Region Guadeloupe, a 60'
Orma trimaran Orma,
which set a new record.
The new time to beat this
year is 1 hour, 31 minutes,
6 seconds.


This is primarily a "just
for fun" event, but the race
to the finish line could be
very interesting if the pre-
visions on Windguru hold
true and December 31 sees
northeast winds of 18 to
22 mph, and seas with
waves over six feet high.
An event worth watching
out on the water as the
boats dance around the
island, with their colorful
spinnakers unfurled
between the point of Toiny
and the island of Forchue,
while the course includes a
slalom between the little
islands of Fr6gate, Bon-
homme, Pel6, and
Boulanger. The captain's


briefing takes place on
Sunday, December 30,
upstairs at the Capitainerie
on the Quai General de
Gaulle. The staggered
starts for the race begin at
10am on Monday, Decem-
ber 31, off the coast of
Corossol. The various sil-
ver cups for all the win-
ners are offered once again
by Trey and Kirsten
Fitzgibbons, the owners of
Mischievous, and will be
presented at an informal
awards ceremony on the
dock at 5pm following the
race. A great way to start
the New Year's Eve festiv-
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ART AND ARTISTS

AT THE EDEN ROCK


here's more to the
Eden Rock than a
luxury hotel with a
fabulous restaurant on the
beach and incredible views
of the sea. There is also a
small art gallery, called
Eden Rock Hotel Gallery,
which owners David and
Jane 1.iii c.., are develop-
ing into a hot spot for con-
temporary art. On exhibit
now are recent works by
painter/photographer
Richard Prince. "He is the
world's hottest contempo-
rary artist," says David
1. iiIc.i, noting that one
of Prince's works just sold
at auction well into the mil-
lions, and much higher than
the pre-sale estimate. "He is
hot, hot, hot, really big


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news in America." His earl
photographs are of cowboy
taken from Marlboro ad
and he has painted a series
of "naughty nurses." Th
new 2008 'Big City Afte
Dark' collection for Loui
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designed by Prince (with
bright colors and text as
seen in some of his paint-
ings) as he moves into the
fashion arena.
1!.1i1 ics notes that Prince
loves Saint Barth and has
stayed at the hotel, and they
became friends. Art dealer
and gallery owner Larry
Gagosian, who has shown
Prince's work, helped
organize the show in Saint
Barth, which includes paint-
ings that represent the story-
board for a film entitled
"Eden Rock," about the
island.
M, 1X111.ic plans to continue
to bring hot American
artists to the Eden Rock


gallery: next up is the New
York City-based Will Cot-
ton, known for his surreal
paintings that feature cakes,
candy, and female nudes,
frequently together. His
paintings often feature
baked goods such as a gin-
gerbread house or a mobile
home made of waffles. Cot-
ton is said to have a profes-
sional oven in his Lower
East Side studio where he
makes all of the baked
goods himself, and then
uses them as models for the
paintings. He also hosts
weekly drawing sessions
where fellow artists join
him to sketch a nude female
model. "He will be an artist-
in-residence at the Eden
Rock -i 'iuih. ui the month
of February with an exhibit
in March," notes 1illiic' ,
"Along with other galleries
and artists in Saint Barth,
whom we enjoy working
with, we want to interest the
art world in coming to Saint
Barth. We respect the music
festival and the film festi-
val, and it would be nice if
Saint Barth were a little
more active in the visual
arts as well."









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From Table To Bar:
PLAZA ATHENEE AND GUANAHANI
STRENGTHEN THEIR RELATIONSHIP


T he partnership
between the Plaza
Ath6ene, the art deco
hotel on Avenue Montaigne,
the home of haute couture
in Paris, and the Guanahani
Hotel & Spa has been
'\!cCi i1i 'dII First Philippe
Marc, executive chef at two
of the three restaurants at
the Parisian hotel-Relais
Plaza and Cour Jardin-
came to Saint Barth during
the Guanahani's annual
Gourmet Festival. The next
exchange took place when
Ludovic Lucas, beach & bar
manager responsible for the
three bars at the hotel in
Grand Cul de Sac, went to


Luaovic LUCas, leacn ana Oar at me lGuananai,
with Hernandez, bar
at Plaza Athenee hotel in Paris.
Paris. For 12 days, he ry Hernandez, director of
worked with the bar staff the bar at the Plaza
under the direction of Thier- Ath6n6e, voted "Best Bar


Experience" 2007 at the
"Best of the Best Virtuoso
A, .ii l" presented in Las
Vegas last August. This
was a very enriching expe-
rience for Lucas, a dynamic
young man in his early thir-
ties, who was able to close-
ly observe the highly
trendy, chic cocktails
served at the Plaza
Ath6n6e. There are cock-
tails you drink, of course,
but more surprising there
are some you can eat, or
suck like a lollipop. Plenty
of idea to stimulate Lucas'
imagination, and he prom-
ises to create a menu full of
surprises for 2008.


Painting Competition Entries
on Exhibit At Porta 34
First seen at the island's Arts Fest on
December 8, the 19 paintings in the 2007
Saint B'Art painting competition will be on
display from Friday, December 28, 2007 through
Thursday, January 3, 2008, at Porta 34 Gallery in
Gustavia. During the week, the jury comprised of
members of the Saint B'Art association, organiz-
ers of the competition, will select the three win-
ners. First prize receives a check for 2,000 euros
and the winning painting will be reproduced on
10,000 pre-stamped envelopes on sale at the post
office; second prize is 1,000 euros; and third
place wins 500 euros.
During the December 8 Arts Fest, artist Patrick
Varachez won the special Public Prize, with an
outstanding painting of a scene in the village in
Corossol. The opening reception for the exhibit:
Friday, December 28 at 7pm
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"Chante New"- Christmas Caroling In Saint Barth




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very year around Christ-
mastime, the island
comes alive with
evenings called "Chant6 Nwel,"
small, improvised get-togethers
with family, friends, and neigh-
bors to sing Christmas carols.
On Friday, December 21, for
example, folks gathered at the
Regal in Corossol as well as in
the courtyard of Radio Saint
Barth in Colombier, while others
drove around the island in the
back of a pick-up truck. But
"Chant6 Nwel" can also mean
just a few people at one house or
another, drinking a ti'punch and


singing to the accompaniment of
drums, accordions, maracas, and
rhythm sticks. A tradition defi-
nitely worth holding onto in an
era when many local traditions
are fading away slowly. "Chant6
Nwel" is a good way to show the
world that while Saint Barth is a
port for the biggest mega-yachts,
and has many luxury villas
where big stars spend their vaca-
tions, there is also a local popu-
lation that maintains its tradi-
tions and intends to pass them on
to the next generation.
Report by www.corossol.info


St Barth Weekly n0132






MAYA' S

TO GO

New Year Menu 2007

APPETIZERS


Foie Gras
Mache, Sea Scallop and Truffle Slices Salad
Marinated Salmon with Pear and Sour Cream
Lobster, Avocado and Citrus Salad
Arugula, Beef and Parmesan Salad
Portabello, Mozzarella and Grilled Vegetables
Seared Artichoke Salad
Scrambled Eggs with Caviar
Asparagus with Parma Ham
Caviar Iranien

VEGETABLES
Asparagus Risotto
CUpes Mushrooms
Duchesse Apple Purde
Caramelized Salsifis with Veal Sauce
Rave Celery Purde
Rabe Broccoli

MAIN COURSE
Leg of Lamb with Mustard and Rosemary
Quail Vong Style
Stuffed Duck Breast with Foie Gras
Salmon Baked in Herbs
Creole Half Lobster


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15.50/100g
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~ Arlequin (pkil.ithe. chocolate et griottines) La part E 4.00
~ Entremet passion, coco et coulis passion La part E 4.00
~ Omelette Norvigienne La part E 4.00
Biscuit, glace (2 parfums au choix) et meringage, Glace au choix : Vanille, Chocolat, Pistache, Caf6
Sorbet au choix : Passion, Mangue, Coco, Framboise
~ Verrines Panacotta, fruits rouges et citron vert, Chocolat La verrine e 5,00
~ Truffes Chocolat, Bounty (coco), Th6 au lait, Passion Le sachet de 2 I E 15,00
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Tartelettes framboise, Eclairs chocolate et caf6, Pavlova, Baba au rhum, Tarte chocolate sesame,
Croustillant chocolate, Verrine Panacotta fruits rouges, Moelleux, Tatin Pomme,
Tartelette chocolate caramel, Pistachio fraise, Macarons
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Eclectic Luxury At The Villa-Lodge 4Epices

In Grand Cul De Sac


erched on a hillside
overlooking the bay
of Grand Cul de Sac,
the new Villa-Lodge "4
.li.'," brings a new con-
cept in lodging to Saint
Barth. Designed so that
each villa and suite takes
best advantage of the fabu-
lous views, "The L.Ilgc-"
(as it is called for short)
combines traditional Saint
Barth-style architecture
with an eclectic mix of clas-
sical and contemporary
interior design that echoes
from a large suite with a pri-
vate pool through three
smaller suites to a two-bed-
room villa.
Referred to as an exclusive
,ulCsIIh. .us', The Lodge was
conceived and designed by
its owners, Guy and Marie-
Aim6e Perrier. Marie-


Aimee was an interior
designer in Paris before
retiring to Saint Barth. "We
first came here in 1988, and
fell in love with the island,"
she says. "When we were
looking for a place for our
retirement, we knew it
would be Saint Barth. The
name, 4 spices, comes from
the name of a large tree on
the pi '!', i i)," she explains.
The interiors of The Lodge
reflect her personal


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panache.
The d6cor combines floor
tiles with a metallic sheen
and modern platform beds
with a mix of antique and
contemporary furnishings.
Over-sized suspended
lampshades have images of
chandeliers on them, and
wall scones in the same
shape cast shadows on the


walls. The color scheme
ranges from bright purple to
orange, hot pink, and yel-
low; colors that are used
solo on cheerful console
tables, wall coverings and
accent pieces, or combined
in beautiful Missoni fabric
on contemporary all-weath-
er rattan chairs.
The closet doors, which are
made of sliding panels of
silvery mesh with stainless
steel frames, open in the


pool suite to reveal brightly
painted purple shelves, a
surprising burst of color.
Also in the pool suite is a
dining table and chairs, also
in silvery tones, with the
table and chairs much high-
er than one would expect,
for another unexpected
touch. Also unusual are the
blocks of resin that separate
the bathrooms from the
bedrooms, and Baroque-
style mirrors also in clear
resin. Little pin-spots
sparkle on the ceilings,
using a system where the
electric current runs across
a metal plate in the ceiling,
allowing the spots to be
placed anywhere at all to
create starry patterns. In
contrast to the modern fur-
niture, the roofs are the red
corrugated metal that is tra-
ditional in Saint Barth, with
peaked ceilings and a rustic
patina on the roof beams.
Yet the ceilings are accented
with ultra contemporary
fans, another juxtaposition
of styles.
"My husband and I did all
the design concepts, when
worked with a French
architect for the plans,"
says Marie-Aim6e. Her
concept for The Lodge is
that it is "convivial." With


that in mind, she designed
a communal dining room
on a large, covered terrace
(whose wood shingled
roof echoes a similar
structure seen below at the
Sereno Hotel).
Here guests can have
breakfast together at a
large table if the so desire.
"This is a great way to
meet new people," says
Marie-Aim6e. The plan is
for The Lodge to also offer
dinner once a week, and
Sunday brunch for the
guests as well as by reser-
vation for people not stay-
ing there. A long, narrow
pool stretches the length of
the dining terrace, once
again taking full advan-
tage of the fantastic view.
With an eye toward
"green," The Lodge is
environmentally friendly,
with low-voltage lighting,
gas stoves, and solar panels
installed for the hot water
heaters. The new buildings
are built atop the original
cistern on the property,
with the solid, stone wall of
the cistern adding another
traditional design touch to
the combination of tile,
wood, water, and bright
colors that define the aes-
thetic of The Lodge.
With the work on The
Lodge almost completed,
Marie-Aim6e explains, "We
will be open by Christmas,
even if the final touches are
added in the New Year."

Information
and reservations:
Patricia Grimaldi, manager
phone: +590 590 87 68 68
pgrimaldi@villa-lodge.com
www.villa-lodge.com


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ALL YOU NEED IS LOVE.

Andrew Wellman At The House


om in Melbourne, Australia
in the 1966, visual artist
Andrew Wellman has been
based in Bali since 1998. He is a
leading pop artists, in the tradition
of Andy Warhol, but rather than lin-
ing up cans of Campbell's soup or
images of Marilyn Monroe, Well-
man is more likely to print images
of Buddha or the Beatles on can-
vases as well as T-shirts, or even
old rice sacks or incense boxes.
His work unfolds in a variety of
mediums, from acrylics and oils to
charcoal on canvas, paper, tin, and
mirrors. Wellman began exhibiting
in 1999 and has participated in solo
and group exhibitions in Australia,
Indonesia, Scandinavia, Japan and
Singapore.
Wellman describes himself as an
autobiographical artist inspired by
objects of beauty and loved ones.
The man and his art are bold,


straightforward, .miutihL ,. and fun.
He paints what he loves including
his Great Dane, Stella, chasing a ball
at the beach, a string of Vespas
scooting across a skinny canvas, or
surfers riding down ultramarine
waves.


IWhile his art is usually on display
at several galleries in Bali, it can
also be found at The House in
Gustavia, where there is currently
a large exhibition of Wellman's
newest work, and there are
always a few pieces to be discov-
ered in the boutique.
Avi Hazuria in Kabar magazine
describes him as follows: "Andrew
paints what he does and does what
he paints; a gentle soul with a per-
Smanent smile on his face, most def-
initely induced by his lifestyle. He
enjoys art and living in Bali and he
comes across as a man who is
doing what he wants, loving it and
ready to share his sense of good clean
fun and beautiful things with the
world. With Andrew what you see is
what you get. Wellman's art is direct,
1.,.',i-. and vivid, like those classic
pop songs that you love the first time
you hear them..."


Quality of Swimminq Water in 2006.
SAINT BARTH IN THE BLUE


Tddy s {estazurant
New Year's Eve Menu
98 e (dnlwk nottciuded)

Canapes (Guacamole, Smoked salmon)
Pressed crab and lobster salad, Sun-dried tomatoes
with basil, home made foie gras, Mesclun salad
Scallops kebabs, crispy lobster tail,
Yellow tail snapper fillet in saffron sauce,
served with mushroom risotto and pureed vegetables
or
Loin of lamb in a puff pastry with truffle juice and stuffed
with foie gras and mushrooms in a crispy wonton
with pureed vegetables
Dessert Assortment
White chocolate mousse and rasberries
between home made biscuits, with cunbawa cream,
and assorted macarons

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he results of an
annual test for the
quality of ocean
water -ii.!ughL.'ul Gaude-
loupe-a test conducted by
the Health and Soial Devel-
opment Agency-indicate
that the waters for swim-
ming in Saint Barth are of
good quality. Available on
the website http://baig-
nades.sante.gouv.fr, the
results indicate that there
were 13 points where the
water was sampled
-i.!,u l.Iuil the period of
one year (Shell Beach, Anse
Mar6chal, Corossol, Saint
Jean, Public, Grand Cul de
Sac, Petit Cul de Sac, Anse
des Cayes, Flamands
Salines, Marigot, and Gou-
verneur), and that once
again this year the water
was classified as "blue,"
which means the water is of


good quality. This was also
the case last year.
Since 2001, the number of
parameters for analysis was
considerably increased,
including microbiologic
variables (for germs such as
fecal streptococcus or col-
iform bacteria), as well as
for indications of pollution.
Throughout the rest of the
department of Guadeloupe,
of 90 points that were test-
ed, 20 were analyzed as
"green," indicating water of
average quality, but accept-
able for swimming. Two
other points, the Plage du
Bourg (Vieux Habitants)
and Folle Anse in Grand
Bourg, came back as "yel-
low," meaning they are
momentarily polluted. The
waters in Saint Martin, once
again this year, were classi-
fied as "blue."


St Barth Weekly n0132












VILLA-LODGE 4 ces
The Exclusive Fashionable Guest House

Perched on a hillside overlooking
the lagoon of Grand Cul de Sac,
the new Villa-Lodge "4 spices"
brings a new concept in lodging
to Saint Barth.

Designed so that each suite
takes best advantage of
the fabulous views, "The Lodge"
combines traditional
Saint Barth-style architecture
with an eclectic mix of classical
and contemporary interior design .




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Contact & information : Patricia Grimaldi
MLI.A-LODGF_~4 Tel. : (590) 590 876 868
5AINT-BARTMEL.MY pgrimaldi@villa-lodge.com




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New this season at
Fabienne Miot's
popular jewelry
store in Gustavia
(www.fabiennemiot.com)
is a collection by German
designer Tamara Comolli
(www.tamaracomolli.com)
, featuring high-quality
pieces set with brightly
colored gemstones.
Comolli was born in
Munich in 1961 and spent
her childhood living in
Spain, France, and Gibral-
tar. Today, she resides in
the picturesque village of
Lake Tegernsee south of
Munich, Germany where
she lives with her partner
and their young son, Tim-


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mi. Her headquarters is
located here, and she has
said that the peaceful sur-
roundings help inspire her


work. She also maintains
an office in Miami, Florida
and has an atelier in Italy
where expert craftsmen
make many of the pieces
she designs. In May 2007,
she launched a flagship
store in Moscow, just steps
from Red Square, with the
who's who of Moscow
society at the opening
night party.
Starting out studying busi-
ness administration at the
University of Munich, she
turned her attention to
making jewelry in 1991.
She studied gems, travel-
ing to various mines, and
collecting her favorite



In its efforts to l'bcii serve
the island of Saint Barth6le-
my, the 48 year-old airline,
Winair, inaugurated a new
direct flight from Antigua to
Saint Barth as of December
3, 2007. The twice-weekly


stones. In 1992, she
launched the first Tamara
Comolli Fine Jewelry Col-
lection. Today, her work
ranges from original
designs with gemstones in
18k gold to ceramic
watches.
"I found out about her
work through a contact in
Australia, who felt that the
collection would sell well
in Saint Barth," says Miot,
pointing out that the pieces
are of a very high quality
and therefore expensive.
"Her work is very simple,
yet elegant and beautiful,
but there is also a youth-
fulness to it," Miot adds.
Pieces in the collection
here include a bracelet
with bright red coral from
Italy, and another featuring
turquoise.
"Tamara also makes small
charms that are on clasps
so you can add them to a
necklace or a bracelet,"
Miot explains. These have
candy and fruit colored
stones such as topaz, tour-
maline, and peridot.
"They are playful yet seri-
ous," says Miot. "Every-
body finds them to be
beautiful."

T
flight is scheduled in rela-
tion to departures and
arrivals on British Airways
and Virgin Atlantic. Passen-
gers will fly aboard 19-seat
Twin Otters or 8-seat Britten
Norman planes.


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"Memories oF Our Past" Pays Tribute

To The St. Barth of Yesteryear


he was just a little
girl. When near-
ing the coast of
Saint Barth, the mast
broke on boat on which
she had just crossed the
Atlantic with her father.
It was the local people,
the St. Barth natives,
who helped them. That
was 40 years ago. Since
then, Victoire Theis-
mann has retained an
image of the island that
has nothing to do with
the descriptions in
media which irritate the
director of "Memories


of Our Past," a 52-
minute high-def doc-
umentary which will
be shown for the first
time during the St.
Barth Film Festival,
Cinema Caraibe
2007. It was chance -
or maybe destiny-
that brought her back to
the island several years
ago. "Victoire found
the island changed, but
for her, the spirit of the
island she had known
continued to exist
through its old-timers,"
explains producer
C6dric Robion, who
also did the sound and
editing for the film.
Actress for films and
television, a writer (her
first novel, "A jeudi,"
came out last July), and


director, Victoire Theis-
mann had a great goal
in mind for her project:
to give the island that
had welcomed her a
record of its past; a past
that is slowly disap-
pearing. A past filled
with stories of contra-
band, schooners, salt,
and palm fronds, stow-
aways to St. Martin...
all of which is retold by
the islanders inter-
viewed in this poignant
documentary. The DVD
of "Memories of Our
Part" will be available
at some shop and
supermarket on the
island.
For more information
contact Cedric Robion at
069041 97 11


Horseback Riding:
Jumping
Competition Part II

-.


Organized by Raphaele, manager of
the Ranch in Flamands, day two of a
jumping competition took place on
December 23. Ten riders participated
in two different events. The course
included several jumps with the bars
placed at a height of 36 inches off the
ground. The first event was won by
C6lia Raffat, with Nicola Mercadal
coming in second, and Mathis Blan-
chard in third place. The results were
very close in the second event, with
Audrey Desouches taking the lead, fol-
lowed by Marie Miossec and Mdlody
Nobile in second and third place.


Happy New Year!
Enjoy a fantastic New Year's Eve menu
at Le Restaurant des Picheurs, overlooking
the beautiful lagoon in Grand Cul de Sac
145 euros per person

Complimentary glass of champagne
and 'amuse-bouche' upon arrival.


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Light hors d'ceuvre
Homemade duck foie gras poached in a Muscat wine
served in a Napoleon of fig and honey wafers
and accompanied with a light salad and honey pearls
Truffle filled scallops with a light stew of forest mushrooms
and chervil, with a sprinkling of pistachio nuts
Lobster ravioli accompanied with a wild mushroom flan
served on a bed of melting leek and hazelnuts
Refreshing coconut and raspberry sorbet doused with champagne
Baby partridge, the breast served with foie gras and pearly juice,
the leg served Parmentier style with orange powdered peas
and apple potatoes croquettes
Local fruits served caviar style
Grand Mamier fingers accompanied
with a frozen lime mousse
New Year's sweets
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his is the time of
year when the atten-
tion of the island
turns to The Port of Gus-
tavia. Port Director Bruno
Gr6aux and his staff are
busy from early morning to
sundown, as mega-motor-
yachts and sailboats are
arriving daily, jockeying for
spots to enjoy the peak of
the holiday season in the
island's little port. The main
docks are already full, with
many of the port's annual
guests at their habitual
spots; the mega-yacht, Ulti-
ma III, has taken up resi-
dence near one end of the
dock and the classic wood-
en sailboat, Ticonderoga, is
tied up at the other end, as
usual. One of the main eco-
nomic forces on the island,
the port has undergone
major improvement over


the past year, with the
architecturally sophisticat-
ed "Capitainerie" providing
new offices for the staff as
well as a multi-purpose
room that has proved use-
ful for a variety of events,
serving as the pressroom
for the Transat ag2r last
spring, then the home of
the local theatre festival,
and most recently, the
Rotary Club's benefit harp
concert.


By the end of December, a
flotilla of sailboats will have
arrived for the New Year's
Eve Regatta, which along
with the St. Barth Bucket, is
one of the major sailing
events organized locally.
The Port of Gustavia stays
on its toes during these
events, assuring safe entry
and exit for the numerous
boats as they maneuver in
and out of the port. On New
Year's Eve, the port is really


].,'pp'! with parties on
many of the boats and danc-
ing to live music on the
dock. There are usually so
many boats in the harbor at
the stroke of midnight that
their lights seem to twinkle
all the way from St Barth to
St Martin. But the port is
not just a place to party.
Gr6aux reminds all clients
of the port to respect their
neighbors in terms of noise,
not to light fires or bbq's
while in the port zone, and
that the trash area on the
dock is strictly for house-
hold trash. All other items
must be taken to the munic-
ipal dump near Public. The
simple rules and regulations
for the port are spelled out
in its official magazine,
Harbour, whose handsome
llth edition is available at
the Capitanerie.


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TED ATKATZ
Edward "Ted" Atkatz is the founder
and frontman for the Chicago-based
alternative rock group NYCO. He is a
former principal percussionist for the
Chicago Symphony Orchestra.
Atkatz left the CSO in 2006 to devote
himself full-time to NYCO. The band
released its debut album, Two, in
2005. Other band members include
Devin Staples, Matt Longbons and
Dave Bowers.
Atkatz grew up in Queens, New York,
where began studying percussion at an
early age. He studied at the preparato-
ry division of the Manhattan School of
Music and graduated from Benjamin
N. Cardozo High School before mov-
ing on to Boston University, where he
received a bachelor's degree in per-
cussion performance and music edu-
cation. He later studied at the New
England Conservatory of Music in
Boston and received a professional
studies degree in percussion perform-
ance from Temple University.
He teaches percussion at DePaul Uni-
versity.


THE MIRO QUARTER
The Mir6 Quartet, founded in 1995 at
the Oberlin Conservatory, met with
immediate success, winning first prize
at the 50th annual Coleman Chamber
Music Competition in April 1996, and
taking both the first and grand prizes
at the Fischoff National Chamber
Music Competition two months later.
Earning first prize at the 1998 Banff
International String Quartet Competi-
tion, the Mir6 Quartet also won the
prestigious Naumburg Chamber
Music Award in 2000. In 2005, the
Quartet was the first ensemble to be


awarded the coveted Avery Fisher
Career Grant, and received the Cleve-
land Quartet Award that year as well.
The Mir6 Quartet has been Faculty
String Quartet-in-Residence at the
University of Texas at Austin. Its
members -violinists Daniel Ching
and Sandy Yamamoto, violist John
Largess, and cellist Joshua Gindele-
teach and coach chamber music
there, while maintaining an active
international touring schedule. With
the Mir6 on campus, the University
of Texas at Austin is one of only a
small group of universities whose
faculties include a world-class string
quartet.
a- r, ur -


JANE THORNGREN
Known for her versatility, soprano
Jane Thomgren's performance experi-
ence ranges from Early Music to new
works by contemporary composers. In
the United States, she made her New
York debut at the Metropolitan Opera
House with Covent Garden's Royal
Ballet as soprano soloist in Poulenc's
Gloria. With the New York City Opera
she appeared to wide critical acclaim
in two PBS Live from Lincoln Center
telecasts: in the title role of Lehar's
The Merry Widow (for which she was
awarded NYCO's Diva Award) and as
Musetta in the Emmy-winning La
Bohbme. New York audiences have
also heard her at Lincoln Center's oth-
er venues, Avery Fisher Hall with The
Mostly Mozart Festival (in Handel's


Mitridate and Hadyn's Creation) and
Alice Tully Hall (as Fifi in The Little
Orchestra Society of New York's pro-
duction of Victor Herbert's Mademoi-
selle Modiste and in a concert of
Vivaldi's Muses), as well as at
Carnegie Hall with the New York
Choral Arts Society and in perform-
ances of Rutter's Magnificat and
Hadyn's Lord Nelson Mass. She has
brought her portrayals of Violetta,
Mimi, Manon, Marguerite, Juliette,
Olympia/Antonia/Giulietta, The
Countess, Micaela, Donna Elvira, Liu,
Fiordiligi, The Governess, Gilda,
Pamina and Roselinda to national
opera companies including Minnesota,
Forth Worth, Palm Beach, Portland,
Baltimore, Columbus, Hawaii, Orlan-
do, Florentine Opera of Milwaukee,
Michigan Opera, and the Canadian
companies of Edmonton and Calgary.


MAKANA
Makana is the hottest new musical
artist emerging from Hawaii. A pro-
t6g6 of the Slack Key Masters, he is
considered the youngest living mas-
ter of Hawaiian Slack Key Guitar
and a pioneer in his own style of
contemporary world rock. Makana
has opened for greats like Sting and
Santana, released four highly
acclaimed and diverse albums, and is
well-received by audiences world-
wide, often with standing ovations.
His music transcends category and
trend by integrating elements of folk,
rock, ethnic, classical, bluegrass,
jazz, traditional, ambient and Hawai-
ian slack key in gentle to command-
ing arrangements. The result is inno-
vation and the charting of new sonic
frontiers with deep ties to tradition.
Ki Ho'alu, or "slack key", is the
indigenous Hawaiian art form that is
the foundation upon which Makana
creates ground-breaking original
music and reanimates classics.
Makana attributes his command of
the guitar to over a decade of soak-
ing up the licks and influence of
Hawaii's treasured Masters of an art
form older than the blues.


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2008 St Barth Music Festival Schedule

24th Annual Season, January 11-23, 2008


Tickets to Festival events are available from 0lam-lpm at
Ms. Lydie Berry's house, rue Gdndral de Gaulle, Gustavia,
with pre-festival discount January 2-5, 2008, and regular
prices January 7-12. Tickets are available at the door to
the concert every evening. No reserved seating.

O Friday. January 11,2008
8pm, Catholic Cr .,,, Gustavia, 35$
Chamber Music with Miro Quartet :
Debussy, Takemitsu, Beethoven
Q Saturday. January 12.2008
7pm, Zion Garden, Saline, Free
St Barth Harmony student recital, Rock and Roll concert
with NYCO, Ted Atkatz and guitarist Makana
O Tuesday. January 15. 2008
8pm, Catholic Cu .,,, ,Gustavia, 35$
Chamber Music with "Wind Quintet", by Neilsen and the
"Octet" by Mendelssohn
O Wednesday, lanuary 16, 2008
8pm, Catholic C u, ,,, Lorient, $50
Opera evening: Puccini's Girl Of The Golden West, Maestro
Steven Mercurio


Specid Events

Theme Parties

Weddings

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SThursday, .anuary 17. 2008
8pm, Catholic C, u,, ,i, Gustavia, $35
Concertos by Bach and Mozart for oboe and piano, and
Gounod's Petite Symphony
L Friday. lanuarv 18. 2008
8pm, Catholic C u, ,,, Lorient, $50
Orchestra concert ii, i' .Lii .i ) Alexander Klein Works by
Glinka (Russlan and Ludmilla overture),MacClean violin
concerto, Brahms double concerto, violin & cello, and
Audy-Rowland (original composition)
O Sunday. lanuarv 20. 2008
7pm Eddy's restaurant, $100
"ALWAYS AT EDDY'S" Benefit Dinner, featuring star
performers of the Festival
0 Monday ..anuary 21. 2008
8pm, Anglican C ,m ,,1, Gustavia, $35
A Night of Song: Jane Thorngren, soprano; David Small,
baritone; John Novacek, piano; and the St. Barth Chorale
des Bons Choeurs with music director Charles Darden
0 Tuesday ..anuary 22. 2008
8pm Catholic C ,ro, i, Gustavia, $35
Piano recital with John Novacek, with music by
Beethoven, Schumann, Messiaen, Liszt


O Wednesday, January 23.2008
2 concerts: 7pm and 9: ', ii
Catholic Crm, ,, Gustavia, $35
JAZZ NIGHTwith The John Ellis
Orleans


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SEEN IN ST BARTH
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Dennis and Wendy
Carlton at the Nor-
mandie Hotel in
Lorient, which
they are currently
renovating into a
chic, boutique
experience.


Howard and Tatiana back in St Barth:
they got engaged at Do Brazil last December
and married in Los Angeles in July!


Antique
Chinese ethnic
jewelry on exhi-
bit at Galerie
Asie.


Two of the island's leading chefs, Philippe Masseglia of
Guanahani and Maxines Deschamps of Tamarin.


Norman
Schultz and his
fiancee Rachel
Kaufman at the
chanti nwel"
at the Regal in
Corossol on
December 21.


Carole, Jeffery Dread and Selma Fonseca.
Jeffery Dread exhibit on Carole Gallery in
Gustavia


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TIME OUT


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


New Year's Eve

I New Year's Eve Around
The Island
- On the Dock in Gustavia
/ 9pm : Music with a DJ
on the Quai General de
Gaulle
/ 10pm Music with the
band S?Control (local
band)
/ Midnight: Fireworks
- PapaGuyo and Friends
during the dinner and
after the fireworks the
Pink Elephant Party
with DJs Marco Perruzzi
(Pink Elephant New York)
at La Plage, Saint Jean.
- DJ party with DJ Marco
open to all, Caviar Island,
Carr6 d'Or, Gustavia
- Le Tamarin, Saline.
/ Midnight Dancing
party with DJ Rodrigue
(Coste, Paris)
/ 3am Spaghetti party
"Surprise"
- Dancing party with DJ
Jacques Dumas, at
O'Corner, Gustavia.
- A New Year's party for
kids at The Ranch in
Flamands, from 4pm on
December 31 until 11am
on January 1. Camping,
music, and lots of surpri-
ses. 75 euros. For infor-
mation: 06 90 39 87 01


Live Music
I Every Evening
- Lounge mix by Jacques


Special Events
I New year Eve
Regatta : More than
40 sailboats are
expected to compete
in this 13th edition.

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, Gustavia
- Alan Landry, piano, 6pm,
except Sunday, Kazz'n Blues,
Grand Cul de Sac
- PapaGuyo and Friends,
Live Music, at La Plage,
St Jean
) From Monday to Saturday
- Isabelle Blanc, on the piano
starting at 7:30pm, Ga'ac
restaurant, H6tel le Toiny
) From Sunday to
Wednesday
- 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
) Saturday, December 29
Nouritza at 8pm, Caviar
Island, Gustavia
) Sunday, December 30
Caviar's Night Russian
Music & Music Hall Show
with Miss S. at Caviar
Island, Gustavia

Let's Party
I Monday
- Marrakesh Party, with


Oriental Dancers, Ti St Barth,
Pointe Milou
I Tuesday
- Chic & Romantic, Jazz
blues, Saoul, Ti St Barth,
Pointe Milou
I 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

Night Club
I Every night
- Casa Nikki, Gustavia
- Yacht Club, Gustavia
- Bubbles Club, Gustavia
- Hot Spot Caf6, Lurin
I Monday
- Electro evening, Yacht Club,
Gustavia
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


Exhibitions
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 Through January 15
Andrew Wellman, painting
Pop Art Style at The House
I Through January 2nd
Art Exhibition of Pop Artist
Jeffery Dread at Carole G.
Gallery, Gustavia.
I Through January 2
Group Show to b.art Gallery,
Gustavia.


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) Through february 28, 2008
Richard Prince Previews New
Paintings at Eden Rock Hotel
Gallery
I NEW
Sandra's Art Gallery,
above Time Jewelry,
Gustavia. Exhibition of
acrylic paints.Cocktail
opening Saturday dec.29
7pm tol0pm


Fashion Show
) 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
) Every Tuesday
- 6:30 pm, H6tel Isle de
France Boutique, Flamands
- 9:30 pm, Fashion Show
by Carole G, Ti St Barth,
Pointe Milou
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GA LERIE


"...We could as
well be in Paris, A
New York, or
London, but we
prefer to be
here!" After
more than
thirty years tra-
velling all around Asia, and the
world, Jean-Pierre Hennequet has
opened his second "GalerieAsie"
in Gustavia, St-Barths, at the back
of the harbour. His first one was
opened on Paris'left bank in the
mid-seventies, after he visited
China as early as 1972.
In Galerie Asie, some visitors feel


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like being in a
Museum, disco-
vering a very
personal and
eclectic choice,
ranging from
Papua New
Guinea to
Tibetan religious pieces. Jean-
Pierre also shows an impressive
selection of Khmer sand-stone
sculptures, and many smaller
objects from almost every single
asian country. As well as a few truly
exceptional "Museum pieces",
including some from...Africa!
A"must see" when on St-Barths...


RARE FINDS FROM ASIA


& BEYOND


RUE SAMUEL FAHLBERG (OPP. SIBRTH) GUSTAVIA HARBOUR SAINT BARTHELEMY EW.I.
TEL. 0590 52 09 01 FAX 0590 52 07 21 CELL 0690 400 195
E-MAIL galasie@wanadoo.fr




LUXURY OCEANFRONT VILLA
FOR SALE
2 bedrooms 2,5 baths with
stunning view
Exquisite furnishing and decor,
among the finest on island
Very quiet yet close to airport
and Gustavia. Also available
3000m2 hillside land with permit
Amazing view


on island : + 590 (0) 690 65 60 62
or visit our website : www.stbartvilla.com

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Rental
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
info@missimmo.com


Looking for
Couple French / American
15 years on the Island, loo-
king for villa management
S Tel. :06 90 77 33 80 or 06 90
.---- 65 23 08 email : marionst-
h- rth/irvhnn fr


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
Property/Sothebyfs
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
Property/Sothebyfs
International Realty : 0590
29 75 05

For sale, this two bedroom
villa with pool, situated on
the hillside of Lurin with
beautiful ,l, ill'.--Si 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.


PROFESSIONAL CLASSIFIED ADS

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. 20 by issue


REAL ESTATE
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 000e to 740 000e
Beautiful parcel of land located high
on the hillside overlooking Petit and
Grand Cul de Sac on about half an
acre with a 1800 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 e
Tel. : 05 90 29 88 91
www.sibarth.com
Barth Property/ iii+.-,i'
International Realty : 0590
29 75 05 St. Barth Dream
Vacations Sarl au capital de
7622.45

132- R6f: 06264 lovely st
barths style property (2
bedrooms) in Salines 950
000 euros, contact Les Vents
Alizes 0590 27 78 70

132- R6f: 06261 lovely
uphill property including 3
bed/3bath, large loft inde-
pendant apart, pool, nice hill
& ocean views, 1 950 000
euros, contact Les Vents
Alizes 0590 27 78 70

132- R6f: 07274 nice duplex
in Public, 450 000 euros
contact Les Vents Alizes
0590 27 78 70

132- R6f: 07265 studio in St
Jean within walking distance
of St Jean boutiques and
beach, 260 000 euros,
contact contact Les Vents
Alizes 0590 27 78 70






IMMOBILIER IMMO BUSINESS
Rue de la Republique
Gustavia BP 119
i 97133 Saint Barthelemy
T1. : 05 90 292 298
Cell :06 90 39 85 86
Fax : 05 90 293 295
immo-business@orangefr

CHARMING VILLA
CLOSE TO THE BAY OF SAINT TEAN


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Three bedrooms, living room opens onto a lovely terrace - --.
with swimming pool, sea view, lush, green surroundings t-ll i r
1,690,000 w I I

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Two totally independent villas each containing
two living spaces. Recent, high-quality construction,
open views, terrace and Jacuzzi.
2,120,000 E
(possible option to buy one villa for 1,060,000 E)

BI-LEVEL APARTMENT IN A SMALL COMPLEX i b
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
immo-business@orange.fr



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FOR SALE


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Marigot (opposite of Monoshop) 97133 St Barthelemy
Ph.: 05 90 27 78 70 Fax: 05 90 27 94 52
e-mail: michele.alizes@wanadoo.fr
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FANTASTIC LOCATION
for this new built villa, 2 bedrooms, 2 baths,
large terraces and pool, very nice view over
the ocean and small islands under the sunset.
R6f. DVW40 4 300 000 Euros
(agency fee included)
VERY NICE PROPERTY
for this 2 bedroom villa with pool, well furnished
and very well built with nice material.
Extension possible. Ref. PDW 2 950 000 4
(agency fee included)

CLOSE TO GUSTAVIA
this 4 bedroom villa with pool offers
a very nice view over the ocean and sunset.
Ref. YB 3 500 000 Euros
(agency fee included)

BUILDING LANDS FOR SALE
Must see it. From 670 000 e to 1.300.000
(agency fee included)
info@missimmo.com www.missimmo.com
Rue Jeanne d'Arc Gustavia
BP 475 97097 Saint Barth6lemy Cedex
office : +590 (0) 590 511 854 Fax : +590 (0) 590 510 073





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APPETIZERS
HOME MADE POTATOES GNOCCHI, Light Dried Tomato Cream, Wild Arugula Pesto,
Mediterranean Red Tiger Prawns.
LOCAL FISH RAVIOLI, Taggiasche Olive, "Calabresi" Broccoli Sauce, Candied Cherry Tomato with Garlic
WHITE "CARNAROLI" RISOTTO with Blue Mountain Coffee, Little "Pantelleria" Capers
"FERRARESE" PUMPKIN GNOCCHI, Gratinated with "Amaretti" Cookies Powder, Gorgonzola Veloute
ICED TOMATO SOUP, "Bufala Campana" Mozzarella Marbles, "San Marsano" Tomato stuffed
"alla Napoletana", Basil, Home Made Olive Grissini
RADIOSO LETTUCE LITTLE CAKE, Mascarpone, "Asiago" Cheese Fondue
CREAMY POLENTA PERFUMED with Grated Black "Norcia" Truffle, Ceps


MAIN COURSES
"CAPPON MAGRO" FISH, Shellfish, Baby Vegetables in Ovenproof Paper
MONKFISH-TAIL, Sicilian Aubergine Caviar, Tomato, Little Zucchini, Basil Oil
LOW TEMPERATURE SCALLOPS, Lemon Braised Cabbage, Mediterranean Red Tiger Prawns
MINUTE TEPID "LASAGNETTE" with a Selection of Freshwater Fish, Olive Oil Marinated Vegetables,
Fresh Tomato.

"TONNATO" VEAL FILLET in a long Cooking, "Escabeche" Vegetables, Tuna Sauce
BLACK ANGUS BEEF FILLET, Arugula Salad, "Tropea" Red Onions, Roasted Potatoes
ALMONDS GRATINATED LAMB, Almonds Milk Cappuccino, Sauteed Cabbage,
Little Pear Poached with White Wine
MILANO HISTORY: Osso Bucco in Milanese Style, Sauteed Risotto with Saffron Pistils


DESSERTS
"AMALFI" LEMON CREAM, RED FRUIT TARTAR with Balsamic, Iced Raspberry Infusion.
MARSCAPONE TIRAMISU with Puffed Rice, "Amaretto di Disaronno" Jelly, Coffee Granita.
SICILIAN "CASSATA": Delicious Cooky, Ricotta, Orange, Almonds Paste.
SWEETNESS VARIATION : Chocolate, Coffee, Dried Fruits, Amaretto



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