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Place of Publication: Saint Jean, Saint Barthelemy
Publication Date: February 8, 2008
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The "Capitaine Danet"

Christened Under Pouring Rain

The volunteer crew of the ' is on duty - 365 days a year, to rescue services at sea.
The photo shows members of the three '' stations for the Northern Islands.

than a benediction cele- honored in this way, noting that
brated in the pouring through this tribute, all those who
rain? Sailors and brides to be take a love the sea are also honored. With
rainy blessing to be a good sign. So ir Father Numa, the local Catholic
in this sense it was perfect weather priest, Father Danet blessed the new
for the christening of the new s s ato boat, just as the rain poured down
SNSM (French National Society for P S even harder. The civil christening-
Rescue At Sea) rescue boat, The another tradition at sea-took place
Capitaine Danet, last Sunday mor- next with French sailor Philippe
ing: stormy skies i!cI.lri, over- Poupon-the godfather of the Capi-
head with a downpour at exactly the taine Danet-accompanied by
right moment created good condi- The Capitaine Danet rescue boa, Marie Jo (companion of the presi-
tions for the future luck of the boat with its .. Max Peer, honored by a cascade dent of the collectivity of Saint
and its crew. To honor the solidarity of. a tour of the harbor. Barth) who represented the official
of the sea, "a world without borders," admiral Frangois C616rier, national godmother, Laetitia Halliday, as
as noted the prefect in his speech, the representative of the overseas SNSM they broke a bottle of champagne on
rescue crews from the SNSM stations stations, both fly in from Paris for the the hull of the boat. The assembled
in Saint Martin and Sint Maarten came occasion. group went aboard for a ceremonial
over with their respective boats. In The ceremony began with a speech by tour of the harbor, to the sound of the
keeping with tradition and the impor- Father Danet, the son of Th6odore foghorns of the sailboats and mega-
tance of the event, vice-admiral Henri Danet, alias "Capitaine Danet," a local yachts in the port. Following the offi-
Arigano, representing admiral Yves pioneer of sailing ships who the rescue cial speeches, the traditional cham-
Lagane, president of the SNSM, and boat is named for. The priest, now pagne toast closed the ceremonies.

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OF JANUARY 1, 2007

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here were 8450 residents in Saint Barth as of
January 1, 2007, according to figures released
by the INSEE (French Institute for Economic
Statistics). This represents a 21 2,'. increase, or
1596 new residents, as compared to 1999, the date of
the last census, at which time there was a total of
6854 inhabitants on the island. This marks an annual
average of 2.7%, a higher average than in general in
France where there was just a 0.6% increase in 2006,
and where the other towns in Guadeloupe of less than
10,000 people, other than Goyave (+6% increase
annually), did not increase by more than 1%. But this
population increase in Saint Barth is lower than that
from 1990-1999 during which time there was an
annual increase of 3..4',. In comparison, in Saint
Martin, during the same time period, the annual
increase was no higher than 0.22%.
The figure of 8450 people is the first public estimate
issued after the census taken last year in January and
February, yet the official number will be finalized by
the end of the year. Until then the results concerning
the social demographics of the island's residents and
their housing conditions can be found on the website:

lans are afoot to
strengthen Social
Security services in
Saint Barth, as announced
Monday by the management
for Social Security in Guade-
loupe, which is also responsi-
ble for Saint Barth. The idea
is to now to have full-time
coverage in Saint Barth, as
spelled out in an agreement
signed by Firmin Louis,
president of the administra-
tive council for Social Secu-
rity in Guadeloupe and

ence increased from two
days every two weeks in
2003 to 15 days per month
as of April 2006, and will
remain at the same level
with the support of two
agents hired by the COM:
One is already employed by
the COM, and the second
position should be filled by
the second semester of the
year. The Saint Barth Social
Security office will be locat-
ed in premises provided by
the COM, for the time being

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The Social Security bureau for C .. .
Barthelemy .' an ,. on Monday with the C('o of
Saint Barth for a new partnership lead to better social

security services in Saint Barth.
Bruno Magras, president of
the COM, on Monday at the
Hotel de la Collectivit6.
Under the new organization,
the post will be filled by
Chantal Navy, whose pres-

in the former fire station in
Gustavia while waiting for
new offices to be established
in the former town hall
which is slated for

n contrast to Saint Mar-
tin where he spoke at
length about the role of
the government in the new
COM, the prefect for the
Northern Islands,
Dominique Lacroix, came
to Saint Barth last Monday
where he presented his
New Year's wishes to the
population at a reception on
the terrace of the prefecture
in Gustavia. He gave a
short speech, inviting his
guests-local officials,

members of the economic,
social and cultural council,
and heads of professional
associations that represent
the population-to share "a
convivial moment" in the
government house... "A
house which is yours," he

Prefect Dominique Lacroix
and i (
with local and island
representatives last Monday

St Barth Weekly n0136





From Puccini to Cole Porter

he final week
of the St.
Barth Music
Festival featured a
wide variety of
music, from a cham-
ber orchestra concert
to opera, with an
evening of popular
songs at the Anglican
Church. The opera,
Puccini's Fanciulla
del West (Girl Of The
Golden West), was
conduced by Steven
Mercurio in his festi-
val debut, with
eleven singers
imported for the
occasion. Once again, P
there were less people
than usual for the opera
evening, perhaps due to
the fact that "Fanciulla" is
a lesser-known opera; or
perhaps the festival needs
to spice things up a bit
(remember when they pre-
sented Carmen in the
sports stadium in St.
Jean-that was a night to
remember...). But the
singers were wonderful,
and true opera fans cer-
tainly enjoyed the per-
formance. Last Thursday,

pianist John Novacek (seated) with
andD .

one of the highpoints of
the festival was oboist
Alex Klein's performance
in Mozart's Oboe Concer-
to in C, K314, which was
part of the chamber
orchestra evening that
included Bach's Branden-
burg Concerto No. 1 in F
Major and Mozart's Piano
Concerto No. 13, K415,
with pianist John
Novacek, who also per-
formed Beethoven and
Schumann as part of his


Barth. The evening
of song on Monday,
January 21, featured
pianist John Novacek
graciously playing
accompaniment for
soprano Jane Thorn-
gren (a festival
favorite) and baritone
David Small; they
were both delightful!
The second half of
the concert allowed
the local choir, La
Chorale de Bons
Choeurs, to shine,
under the musical
direction of Charles
Darden, with its pop-
Jane soprano, ular gospel numbers on
baritone, the program. In addi-
ano recital on Tuesday, tion to the official festival
nuary 22, the last classi- events, those in the know

cal concert before the fes-
tival turned to jazz with
the John Ellis Quintet
returning to Saint Barth
for the closing event on
Wednesday, January 23.
Highlights along the way
included an orchestral con-
cert with the premiere of
"First Wave," a short piece
by Nicholas Audy-Row-
land, a young composer
who grew up in Saint

went to an impromptu
concert on the beach in
Petite Cul de Sac with
Hawaiian slack key gui-
tarist Makana, who per-
formed with the festival at
Zion Garden last week.
The St. Barth Music Festi-
val will celebrate its 25th
anniversary in January
2009, but could a fringe
festival be in the offing....


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Jetblue Lands In Juliana

he low-cost airline, JetBlue, A320 flying with the colors of Jet-
inaugurated its new flight from Blue was welcomed onto the tarmac
New York to Sint Maarten on at Juliana by a spray of water from
Thursday, January 18. The A320 the fire trucks stationed at the airport.
arrived at 1:20pm, ahead of schedule. With a price of $154 one-way ($99
The flight from JFK is scheduled to for an inaugural price through mid-
be daily i-h1! ijui ul the year. In keep- night January 24), this new flight rep-
ing with tradition, the first airbus resents a close cooperation between

Over 1000 Vignettes Sold
In Just 15 Days
s of Thursday, January age but is not s. i ki ii ."
17, a total of 1077 notes Maxime Desouches,
N i;Incicl had been sold at who feels confident that
the various points on the people will live up to their
island where they have civic duty.
been available since the The vehicle vignettes are
new tax on vehicles went for sale in three places in
into effect on January 1, Gustavia: the hotel de la
2008. This represents 10% collectivit6 (social services
of the 10,000 vehicles esti- offices), the territorial treas-
mated to be on the island. ury, or the territorial police
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the airline and the tourism officials of
Sint Maarten, Saint Martin, Saint
Barth, and Anguilla. Marith6 Weber,
vice-president for tourism in Saint
Barth, Elise Magras, director of the
tourist office, and Anne Dentel, presi-
dent of the hotel association, repre-
sented Saint Barth during the inaugu-
ral ceremony for the flight.

- How to reserve:
Online: go to www.jetblue.com
Telephone: 1-800-538- 2583
(option 3).
- Flight times:
The flight to New York leaves
Princess Juliana airport everyday
at 3:45pm with an arrival at JFK
at 7:15pm.
The flight from JFK to Sint Maar-
ten leaves New York at 9:45am
with a scheduled arrival of2:50pm

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t's no secret that Le
Galac, the restaurant at
Le Toiny hotel, is one of
the best on the island, from
its fabulous setting to its
overall elegance, good serv-
ice, and fine dining. Its
long-standing Sunday
brunch is extremely popu-
lar, and as of this year, the
restaurant is offering a new
midday treat, the Fish Mar-
ket lunch, available every
Wednesday. "It is really
catching on," says maitre
d'h6tel, Philippe Casada-
mont. "There aren't too
many places that serve this
much fresh fish, and it's
very light and refreshing at
lunch time." The three-
course meal (45 euros per
person) begins with a
choice of appetizers:

carpaccio of yellow tail
snapper with vanilla olive
oil; tuna marinated with
sesame and garlic served in
thin layers with lightly
cooked vegetables; chilled
mahi-mahi and apple
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appetizers. Once those have
been selected, you are invit-
ed to take a large seashell
from your table and choose
your main course from a
selection of whole fresh fish
on ice in a boat in the center
of the restaurant, or from a
selection of fresh fish filets
next to the cooking station.
You place the shell on the
fish you have selected. Chef
Stephane Mazibres, who
comes from Toulouse,
France, and is now in his
second year at Le Gaiac,
grills the fish to order in

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plain view of the dining
room, wearing his tall white
toque. "There are usually
seven or more local fish to
choose from, depending on
what's available," he says.
This week the options (indi-
cated by a sign on the table
and explained by the staff

when you go to make your
choice) included red snap-
per, shark, grouper, tuna,
bourse, wahoo, yellow tail,
and mahi-mahi, served with
risotto topped with a tiny
green salad. Desserts are
also light and icFic\llii,.
with three to choose from:
tiramisu served as a parfait
with fresh passion fruit;
West Indian coconut flan
with zesty citrus sauce; or a
sparkling bowl of fresh fruit
salad with herbal tea infu-
sion and sorbet.
In keeping with the fish
market theme, the restaurant
has been decorated in a nau-
tical theme, with small
llihi ll .uii ., little sea cap-
tains, tiny wooden boats,
and seashells adorning the
tables, and the staff wears
yellow "slicker" aprons.
There is even a fish net on
the sofa in the entry area.
The view at Le Gaiac is as
fantastic as the food, look-
ing out over coconut trees to
the ocean, with surfers in
the waves below. With a
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or a light red that accents
the fish nicely, the "fish
market" at Le Toiny is an
exquisite place to enjoy a
delicious lunch and while
away a few hours on a
Wednesday afternoon, as
part of another perfect day
in paradise.
St Barth Weekly n136

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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 January 27
- Pre Carnival parades:
Sunday afternoons
at sunset in the streets
of Gustavia
Theme: Gold of
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Live Music
I Every Evening
- Lounge mix by Jacques
Dumas, 7:30 pm to 1 am,
Bar't6, hotel Guanahani,
Grand Cul de Sac
- KJ Denhert & the New
York Unit, Urban Folk &
Jazz, from 9:00 pm to mid-
night, 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
I From Monday to Saturday
- Isabelle Blanc, on the piano
starting at 7:30pm, Gaiac
restaurant, H6tel le Toiny
) 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

Let's Party
I 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

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

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

I Dave Stevenson
Jewelry & sculpture
les Artisans, Gustavia

I Jean-Charles Merle, painter,
Galerie Asie, Gustavia
I Bruno Prost, Photographer,
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Andrew Wellman, painting
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I Through February 2
Group Show to b.art Gallery,
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Richard Prince Previews New
Paintings at Eden Rock Hotel
) Art Galleries
- Carole G. Art Gallery,
- To-b.art galerie, Gustavia
- Pipiri Boutique, art gallery,
- Sandra's Art Gallery,

Sandra's Art Gallery,
above Time Jewelry,
Gustavia. Exhibition of
acrylic paints.

Jean-Charles Merle at Gallery Porta 34

A Different Look at Primitive Art
The work of painter Jean-Charles Merle will be seen
in an exhibit organized by Jean-Pierre Hennequet,
from Friday, January 25 through Thursday, January 31,
at Gallery Porta 34 in Gustavia.
A graduate of the University of Nancy, with a degree in
modern architecture, Jean-Charles Merle has dedicated
his career to primitive art. His forms are stylized, with
straight and horizontal lines,
and the juxtaposition of
light and dark tones. His art
takes the viewer into esthet-
ic epicenter of primitive art.
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Friday, January 25 at 7pm.
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Born in Sele (in the south of France], in 1942,
Jean-Charles Merle studied modern architecture
at the University of Nancy, where he became
fascinated with the work of the painters of the
fifties (from those of "La grande chaumiere" to
the Rancon Academy in Paris). He was greatly
influenced by them until he found his own
artistic expression.

A master of the "line" he nevertheless takes
nsks into dynamic interwoven designs.
And from the gravity of the past,
he progressively moves to a much freer
gesture. From stylized forms, strictly
enclosed at first, his graphical expression
becomes more hierarchical in his search
for spirituality.

His powerful architectural forms play with
dark/clear opposition in the tones he uses,
bringing even more intensity to his lines.
And by applying clear colors, he assures
the relationship of straight and
horizontal lines

Jean-Charles brings us directly into
an aesthetic dimension of Primitive Arts.

E Exhibit organized by ean-Pierre Hennequet,
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Land with building permit and beautiful view.
Contact us for price.

with three independent villas,
located in the residential neighborhood of Pointe Milou.
Asking price: 3,500,000 euros

For additional information:
Tel 05 90 29 22 98 Cell 06 90 39 85 86


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