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: February 19, 2010
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New Volcanic Activity Creates Disruptions In The Caribbean

On Thursday, February 11, the .
dome of Soufriere Hill, the l
active volcano in Montserrat, ...
partially collapsed, sending a
plume of ash high into the sky,
according to the Volcanic
Observatory Guadeloupe
(OVSG). Their report noted that
the eruption began at 12:35pm
(GMT-4) and lasted for 55 min-
utes, peaking at 1:04pm, after
which time the volcanic activity
decreased. The ash might have
spewed as high as nine miles (obser-
vations by a un pilot, while officials
report six miles) and blew toward the
east, then southeast. Falling ash
affected the northeast of Montserrat,
the southwest of Antigua, Guade-
loupe, and Dominica. Ash from the
eruption also dusted the Northern
Islands, but to a lesser degree.
After being dormant for almost four
centuries, le volcano in Montserrat
erupted on July 19, 1995. The lava

flow and volcanic ash destroyed the
capital city of Plymouth, and two
thirds of the 12,000 inhabitants of
Montserrat found refuge on the north-
ern side of the island, in a zone
untouched by the volcanic activity.
When the dome exploded again on
July 13, 2003, the Northern Islands
were covered with a fine layer of ash,
due to the direction of the wind.
For additional information:

Impact On Regional
Air Traffic
Regional air traffic in the
Caribbean was disrupted after
the explosion of Soufriere Hill,
the volcano in Montserrat. In
Saint Barth, all flights to and
from Guadeloupe were can-
celled as the airport was covered
with up to ? inch of ash after the
eruption. Flights to Juliana and
other destinations served by
Gustav III Airport were not
affected. On Friday afternoon, Liat,
one of the major regional airlines,
suspended all flights to and from
Dominica, la Guadeloupe, and
Antigua, as there were clouds of ash
suspended in the air. Flights were
also cancelled to and from Anguilla,
St Kitts, Nevis, and Sint Maarten,
where the Air France flight scheduled
for Saturday was postponed until

The Hawaiian slack-key guitar master, singer and

In concert on FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 19TH 2010, at 8PM,

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A West Indies resident for
26 years, Yves-Marie de
Malleray's second exhibit
in Saint Barth6lemy takes
place through Friday, Feb-
ruary 26, at the Grain de
Sel restaurant in Saline.
The exhibit features paint-
ings of the island's fish and
Trained as an agricultural
engineer, de Malleray orig-
inally moved to Martinique
to create shrimp nurseries,
but never gave up on the
passion he had for art ever
since he was a child in
France: especially painting
nature and wild animals. A
painter who is concerned
about the environment, he
uses his work to shine the
spotlight on endangered
species, and to call for the

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respect of natural beauty.
Accomplished technically,
de Malleray takes the time
to actually experience the
emotions he transmits onto
the canvas via his brushes.
He has mastered the
process of bas-relief,
which according to the
light on the paintings,
allows a second layer to be
seen: the environment of
the principal subject.
Yves-Marie de Malleray,
who is also a designer for
Hermes, and does interior
design for cruise ships and
hotels, has returned to the
West Indies after exhibits
in Tokyo, Dubai, and
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W hen you meet
Hawaiian guitar
player, Makana,
you are immediately taken
with the sincerity he
shows toward his music,
and realize that he holds a
musical tradition from his
native islands on his
shoulders. It is also natural
that this resident of the
island of Oahu, who lives
at the base of Diamond
Head, would feel at home
on the island of Saint
Barthelemy, where he can
surf and play music with
local talents such as Henri
and Leon Ledee.

A guest of the St Barth
Music Festival in 2008,
Makana is back on the
island where he will per-
form two concerts this

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week: the first is a solo
guitar concert at Le Toiny,
where he will play during
a special dinner at Le
Gaiac on Friday, February
19. The following evening,
Saturday, February 20 his
trio will perform at Zion
Garden in Saline (a con-
cert organized by the asso-
ciation Saint B'Art) with
musicians Nathan Aweau
on bass and vocals, and
Lopaka Colon on percus-
sion. "They are both full-
on Hawaiians and great
musicians in their own
right. It's like multiplying
me by three," says
Makana, the king of
Hawaiian slack key guitar,
or Ki Ho'alu.

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his choice of career. "I
started playing at the age
of 7." He learned from the
slack key masters and now
holds that honor at the age
of 31. "There is only one
younger player," he notes.
"We are keeping this
music alive by a thin
thread. "The music I play
is classical in cultural

Makana has taken this tra-
ditional Hawaiian style-
in which the guitar strings
are "slack" and tuned to a
chord-and applied it to
other musical styles, from
bluegrass to rock. When
he plays acoustic guitar,
people are amazed at the
fullness of the sound. "It
sounds like three guitars at
once," says the young
slack key master. "You
play the bass, rhythm, and
melody at the same time.
It's hard to learn, and hard
to play, but first nature to
me now," he notes, strum-
ming the strings on his
well-used guitar.

The concert at Le Toiny
will be very intimate: "I
am very sensitive to the
energy of each place I
play," says Makana, who
tailors each show to the
venue. In contrast, the per-
formance at Zion Garden
will be more high-energy
and dynamic. This young
musician, who has played
for fellow Hawaiian
Barack Obama at the
White House, finds music
to be "the most effective
way to share your feelings
with someone." Clearly
his self-expression is
effective, as Esquire mag-
azine wrote: "Slack key
guitar music, indigenous
to Hawaii, is older than the
blues, and Makana is con-
sidered the greatest living
Makana: Solo concert and
dinner at Le Toiny, Friday,
February 19, 8pm. 85
euros per person.
Makana Trio: Saturday,
February 20, 8pm, Zion
Garden. Tickets 10 euros,
for sale at the door.

St Barth Weekly n0192



Saint Barth To Appear in Russian Edition

of National Geographic Traveler

Tatiana Shalygina, co-director of
Independent Media Sanoma
Magazines, one of the largest
publishing houses in Moscow,
recently visited Saint Barth at the
invitation of Oxana Favard, who
runs the local company, Media
and Communication (S.I.C.),
which represents the Independent _
Media Group on the island. This
business trip resulted in a large
article on Saint Barth that will
appear in the fall issue of the
Russian edition of National Geo-
graphic Traveler, as well as 60
other magazines and newspapers
edited by the company. This is a great
showcase for the island as it is pro-
pelled onto the Russian scene.
Launched three years ago, the Russian
edition of National Geographic Travel-
er is printed with 140,000 copies (with
an estimated 500,000 readers) and is a
leading travel resource. According to
Shalygina, Saint Barth combine the

Tatiana Shalygina and Oxana Favard
perfect ingredients to attract a well-
heeled Russian clientele: "Warm
waters, great weather, a sense of secu-
rity, fine dining and good wines,
everything this clientele is looking for
is here," notes Shalygina, who was
seduced by the charm of the island:
"At the hotel, in the restaurants, in the
shops, one feels as if one is among

friends. You can be yourself with-
out attracting attention, and do
not have a play a role. That is a
real plus. Especially for those
Muscovites who are confronted
with the stress of daily life as
well as the cold for many months
of the year!" Questioned about
the perception the Russians have
about Saint Barth, Shalygina
indicated that the destination is
become more and more a la
mode. She added that the special
visa required for Saint Barth is
not a problem as the Russians are
used to requested visas whenever
they travel.

Special thanks: Oxana Favard would
like to thankAlexandre Firer, manag-
er of the Carl Gustaf Air France and
especially Thomas Wolf, as well as
Alamo car rental, the Wall House and
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sculptor who makes
jewelry, and a self-
defined formalist,
Dave Stevenson will open
his annual show at Les
Artisans in Gustavia on
Friday, February 19, with
some interesting new
pieces: some to collect, as
in his bronze sculptures,
and some to wear, as in his
primarily sterling silver
rings, bracelets, and

Dogs, dolphins, cats, fangs,
and wings: the animal
kingdom can be found in
his work. In fact, in addi-
tion to his main website at
Stevenson is working on
creating a second website,

where he says, "my sculp-
tures meet, mate, and mul-
tiply." This slightly off-kil-
ter idea is reflected in some
of his new work: small
sculptures that mix and
marry elements from some
of his other pieces. "They
are modulations and muta-
tions of the bigger pieces,"
he says, pointing out a ster-
ling silver iguana head with
a sparkling ruby eye mar-
ried to wings and set on a
bronze base, or the combi-
nation of a bunny and a
dog, or a double dolphin
design in the shape of a
butterfly. "It is challenging
to take a sculpture and cut
it into pieces and rebuild,"
admits Stevenson, who cre-

ates every piece from a
wire armature, and notes:
"Sometimes thin pieces of
bronze echo the skeleton of
the sculpture or its arma-
ture," he says. "There are
soft curves and sharp
angles. Aggressive yet

In addition to the small
pieces, and his primarily
unisex jewelry, Stevenson
also has two larger sculp-
tures at Les Artisans that
are visually compelling.
The first is a dramatic, 33"-
tall, 50-pound sculpture
called Crush, which was
seen in his show last year,
and was designed using
steel wire and resin, then
cast in bronze. Crush looks
different as you walk
around it, while admiring
the strong, abstract shapes,
and deep black and red
marbleized patina. Making
is debut in Saint Barth this
year is a slightly smaller
work, entitled Nautilus (a
working title, as Stevenson
often changes the names of
his pieces and this one has
not been seen anywhere
else yet), in which part of
the bronze shape curves
like a Nautilus shell. "I had
set this piece aside unfin-
ished for a while," he says.
"Then I changed the shape
and once I liked it, cast in

bronze. It was completed
just a few weeks ago."

Stevenson, who enjoys the
challenge of going in new
directions, notes that his
work is getting more com-
plex: "My primary interest
is in large sculpture," he
says, adding that he would
like to create pieces on the
12'-15' range. And even
though he envisions his
work on a monumental
scale, it reads extremely
well small, as in the silver
pendants that echo the
shapes of his bronzes.
"Even the jewelry is sculp-
tural," he adds, noting that
during his opening on Feb-
ruary 19, he plans to auc-
tion off a miniature treas-
ure chest with surprise
objects in silver, gold, and

Defining himself as a for-
malist-the concert that the
artistic value of a piece is
entirely determined by its
form, the way it is made,
and its purely visual
aspects-Stevenson hopes
that the conceptual shapes
of his pieces encourage
people to react on their
own, as they respond emo-
tionally to his work.

By Ellen Lampert-Grdaux
Photo: Rosemond Grdaux

St Barth Weekly n192

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Special Events

I Friday February 19, 8pm
Makana: Solo concert and
dinner at Le Gaiac
Restaurant, Toiny Hotel,
85 euros per person.

I Saturday February 20
Makana Trio: 8pm, Zion
Garden (close to Salines
Beach). Tickets 10 euros,
for sale at the door.

Live Music
D Wednesday to Sunday
Direct from Paris, Cannes,
Rio, Marrakech, and Geneva,
... Armando is on stage at
Bar't6 from 7:30pm,
Guanahani, Petit Cul de Sac
I Every Monday
Disco evening at Ti St Barth,
Pointe Milou
I Every Tuesday
The Real Cabaret kim & Co
at Ti St Barth, Pointe Milou
) Every Wednesday
Theme Party at Ti St Barth,
Pointe Milou
I Every Tuesday & Sunday
Angel's Night at Ti St Barth,
Pointe Milou
D Every Friday & Saturday
Crazy week end at Ti St
Barth, Pointe Milou
I Every Friday
Live jazz music during
dinner. Restaurant
Le Gaiac, Toiny.
) Through March 6
Martha Reobone, from 9pm
to midnight, Bete A Z'Ailes,
I Friday February 19
-Live Music with Rocking
Rock, at St Barth Pub, Lurin
I Saturday February 20
- Live Music Rock & Blues,
at St Barth Pub, Lurin
I Sunday, February 21
- Brazil party at Nikki
Beach during all the day.
- 1:00pm: Follow the wave
with Sundek fashion show at
La Plage, St Jean
) Tuesday February 23

St Bath Weekly n192

- Jazz & Blues in Live at St
Barth Pub, Lurin
I Wednesday February 24
- Jazz & Blues in Live at St
Barth Pub, Lurin
I Thursday February 25
- Theme evening at St Barth
Pub, Lurin
I Friday February 26
- Live Music with a local
band from St Martin
at St Barth Pub, Lurin

Night Club
- Yact Club, Gustavia
-Eleven 12, Gustavia
-The Strand Supper Club

Let's Party
I Every night
James Kentaro, new resident
DJ exclusively at Yacht Club,
I Every Tuesday
Evening "We will rock you"
at The Strand Supper Club
(Casa Nikki), Gustavia
I Every Thursday
Ladies first at The Strand
Supper Club (Casa Nikki),
I Friday and Saturday
Crazy week end at Ti St
Barth, Pointe Milou

Fashion Show
I Daily Fashion Shows
- Fashion Show: every lunch
& dinner, La Plage, St Jean
- Fashion Show from the
Poupette boutique, from
1:00pm at Tamarin, Saline.
- at 9:00pm Fashion show at
Ti St Barth except Sunday
I Every Tuesday
6:30pm: Fashion show by
the pool, from the boutique
at the Isle de France
I Every Thursday &
1:30pm: Fashion show from
the boutique Linde Gallery
at the Christopher Hotel

I Through March 2
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Dave Stevenson
A sculptor who makes
jewelry, and a self-defined
formalist, Dave Stevenson
will open his annual show
at Les Artisans in
Gustavia on Friday,
February 19, with some
interesting new pieces.

Jane Matthews' "Between
Places and People." It is the
first solo show of Jane's work
and shows her talent for cap-

turning landscapes and paint
portraits-all in her bold and
dynamic style. Eden Rock
Hotel, St. Jean
) Permanent exhibits
* Alain le Chatelier, Les
Artisans, Gustavia
* Works by CyrilleMargarit
at Nikki Beach, St Jean
* Tony Caramanico at Clic
Bookstore and Gallery
* Group show at Pipiri
Palace, Gustavia
* Rose Murray, Comptoir
du Cigare, Gustavia

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happy to welcome you to their
pool-side restaurant for lunch & dinner.
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Les Voiles de Saint Barth

A Great Line-up For The First Edition

Less than two months from the
start, 35 boats have already
signed up to participate in the
first edition of Les Voiles de
Saint Barth, April 6-11, 2010.

First leg for ICAP
In the Super Yacht catego-
ry, where 24 boats over 78
feet have pre-registered,
one of the stars is ICAP
Leopard 3, with her British
owner Mike Slade. Designed
by Bruce Farr, she is about to
leave Australia, where she has
undergone major work in the
yard where she was built, to he ad
for the Caribbean. St. Barth will
be her first port of call before her
major challenge this summer,
which involves tackling the
North Atlantic record from West
to East that is currently held by
Mari-Cha IV (6 days, 17 hours,
and 52 minutes).
While the presence of ICAP
Leopard 3 is in itself a major
event, the battle with other
equally prestigious boats, such
as the large ketch Sojana (115'),
DSK (Swan 90), the 148-footer
Saudade, and the Briand-
designed Hamilton II (115'),
means we can look forward to
some glorious yachting

Gaff rigs
and teak decks
Those who love beautiful classic
yachts will have their appetites
filled as the elegant traditional
hulls of Kate, Wild Horses,
White Wings, and Lone Fox will
be joining in the fun. Kate will
be making her long-awaited
return to racing in St. Barth after
her winter break. This magnifi-
cent gaff-rigged schooner of
almost 24 metres was built in
2006, based on designs by Alfred
Mylne dating back to 1908.

Modern yachts out in
Swan 45's, Dufours, Archam-
baults... designed for day
races, the finest 'racing'
yachts of the moment
could not miss this new
date on the Caribbean cal-
S endar. Puffy, a Swan 45
belonging to the event's
"godfather," Patrick
Demarchelier, Sonodia III
(Archambault 40), Money
Penny (Swan 601) and the
Swan 45, Victor, are typical
of the cruising boats, fitted out
to perform well with a crew in
close contact racing.

Multihulls As Well
The Caribbean has always been
pleased to welcome trimarans
and catamarans. Les Voiles de
Saint Barth has made room for
multihulls of 40' to 60' that will
be racing. In this category,
Claude Tellier will be on the
starting line with his trimaran,
Region Guadeloupe (ex-
Primagaz, aboard which Laurent
Bourgnon won the Route du

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