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Les Voiles de Saint Bai

The First

Edition

Sets Sai


Rambler. whose crew was rac
in tribute to sailor Peter "SpiA
Doriean, who passed away in
St Martin on Monday, took
place in the Super Yacht ca g
the first race of Les Voiles.e e
Barth. 23 boats are partic pati
in this first edition of th race.
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Les Voiles de Saint Barth

The First Edition Sets Sail


A fleet of 23
boats set sail
in the first
edition of Les Voiles
de Saint Barth,
which closes on
Sunday with a pic-
nic on the beach in
Colombier. The aS
boats were divided
into different cate- e r
gories: four Super
Yachts, four Clas-
sics, five in the Rac-
ing Class, nine in
Racing-Cruising,
and one racing mul-
ti-hull. Even if the
number of boats is
not at the level
expected by the race
organizers, who had
hoped for at least 60
boats, their spirits are high
and they hope that participa-
tion will be better in 2011:
"We virtually launched Les
Voiles de Saint Barth at the
end of last year. It usually
takes over a year to integrate
a new regatta into the sailing
calendar and attract boats
whose itineraries are set
more than a year in
advance," said Annalisa Gee,
responsible for the inscrip-
tions, during a press confer-
ence on Tuesday. But the
event seems to have an
appeal: "We have had over
100 inquiries and already
have 80 boats pre-enrolled
for 2011."

Twenty Race Options
For this first edition of the
regatta, race director Luc
Poupon came up with 20 dif-
ferent race options-from
the longest at 32 miles to the
shortest at 15 miles-to be
selected each day in keeping
with the prevailing winds.
This week the winds are pri-


marily from the northeast
with a slight shift to the east LES VOILES DE SAINT BARTH ENTRIES
on Friday. Super Yacht
There were 19 knots of wind 1- Rambler Maxi 90' George Da
for the first race on Wednes- 2- Sojana Farr 115 115' Marc Fitzg
day, April 7, with Ramber 3- Moneypenny Swann 601 60' James Sch,
taking top honors in the 4- Nix X 612 60' Nico Cortl
Super Yacht category. The
last race is on Saturday, April Classic
9 1- Wild Horses 76' Donald Toi
9.'


Rambler:
Homage to "Spike"
It was with heavy hearts that
the sailors abaord Rambler,
the second largest boat in the
fleet, set sail in Les Voiles de
Saint Barth. On Monday, one
of their crew, 38 year-old
Peter "Spike" Doriean, died
in Saint Martin, before com-
ing to Saint Barth. He died
due to head wounds caused
by slipping in the bathtub in
his hotel room. Known as a
talented, professional sailor,
he had participated in many
regattas at the highest inter-
national level. The crew
made the decision to take
part in the race in homage to
"Spike


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3- Duende
4- Kate
Racing
1- Lost Horizon
2- Puffy
3- Black Hole
4- Lancelot
5- Malachite
Racing Cruise
1- L'Espirance
2- Speedy Nemo
3- Pocket Rocket
4- Thula
5- Corban
6- L'ile
7- Baladin
8- Iznogoud
9- Ormeau


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Swan 45
First 40,7
First 40,7
A 40

First 45 F5
Dufour 34
J109
Baltic 39
Swann 42
Requin
Feeling 30
Surprise
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Multihull
Escapade


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St Barth Weekly n0197


E. Rosenberg
Randy West
P. Walwyn

James Dobbs
P. De Marchelier
Hin Jeroen
John Shanlolt
Pierre Mancy

R.Velasquez
R. Magras
David Cullen
Max Imrie
Daniel Harper
Mogwli Fox
Raphael Magras
C. Baudoin
Alain Charlot

Greg Dorland








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


6-11 APRIL, 2010
LES VOILES DE SAINT BARTH
The racing
schedule 2010
* Friday, April 9
Race Day 3
10:00 ant Departure of
boats
4:00 pm: Return of parti-
cipants to the dock
5:00 pm: Activities in
Race Village: Sound and
Light Show
Saturday, April 10
Final Race Day
10:00 ant Departures for
final day of racing
5:00 pm: Awards cere-
mony and cocktail
reception
8:00 pm: Gala closing
party for Les Voiles de St
Barth
Sponsors Dinner at
M6t0o Caraibes
Sunday, April 11
11:00 ant Start to
Colombier
12:00: Big picnic on the
beach


Live Music
I Wednesday to Sunday
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
I Every Wednesday
Theme Party at Ti St Barth
I Every Friday
Live jazz music during
dinner. Restaurant
Le Gaiac, Toiny.
I Every Saturday
Live music during dinner.
Taino Restaurant,
Christopher Hotel,
I Through April 17
Markeisha Ensley Trio, from

St Bath Weekly n197


9pm to midnight, Bete A
Z'Ailes, Gustavia
I Thursday April 15
- Angels Night at Ti St
Barth, Pointe Milou
I Sunday, April 17
-After Beach party, 4-10pm
with music mixed by two
Djs and a swimming pool
with Bubbles at St Barths
Pub, Lurin
- Brazil party at Nikki
Beach during all the day.
- 1:00pm: Follow the wave
with Sundek fashion show at
La Plage, St Jean
- Papaguyo at 9pm, Bonito,
Gustavia

Night Club
- Yacht 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 Friday April 16
- BIG Events Philippe Paris
mixed at Le Yacht CLub
I Every Tuesday
- Girls Power at Yacht Club
- Evening "We will rock you"
at The Strand Supper Club
I Every Thursday
- Alert Baywatch at Yacht
Club, Gustavia
- Ladies first at The Strand
Supper Club (Casa Nikki),

Exhibitions
I Through April 11
Photographs by Pierre
Carreau of the five last edi-
tions of the Saint Barths
Bucket at the Repaire in
Gustavia
I Through April 10
David Wegman,
"Decopauge" oil, pastels,
sculpture at Entre Deux
Restaurant, Gustavia
I Through April 18
Photographs by Xavier
Lucchesi, at Tom Beach Hotel
in St Jean.


) Through May 31
Christian Fagerlund: 'Light
and Land', a series of land-
scapes and portraits in oil,
Eden Rock Gallery, St Jean.
) Permanent exhibits
* Alain le Chatelier, Les
Artisans, Gustavia
* Dave Stevenson, Les
Artisans, Gustavia
* Works by CyrilleMargarit
at Nikki Beach, St Jean
* Tony Caramanico at Clic
Bookstore and Gallery


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


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TRIBUTE TO HAITI

AT ST BARTH FILM FESTIVAL


The program for the 15th
annual St Barth Film Festi-
val "Cinema Caraibe"-
which takes place April 24-
30, 2010-features a selec-
tion of films and special
guests from Haiti. This is
the "natural thing to do,"
according to festival direc-
tors Ellen Lampert-Greaux
and Joshua Harrison, who
point out that the festival
was initially created to
reflect the cultural and polit-
ical landscape of the
Caribbean basin. "It was
impossible for us not to deal
with the catastrophe that
touched the people of Haiti
this year, especially as our
festival has frequently pre-
sented films examining the
difficult realities in Haiti."
Past Haitian films shown at
the festival range from
Raoul Peck's "Man By The
Shore" to "The Agrono-
mist" by Jonathan
Demme-produced in hom-
age to the assassinated jour-
nalist Jean Dominique-by
way of "Haiti Cherie" by
Claudio Del Punta, which
examines the situation of
Haitians literally reduced to
slavery on plantations in
Santo Domingo, and "The
President Has Aids," by
Arnold Antonin, a director
considered the "Haitian Ken


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Loach," proving that the St
Barth Film Festival is seri-
ous when it says it has an
interest in Haitian film: "We
did not modify our program
this year, we simply aug-
mented it..." Which means
that the organizers added a
special evening of Haitian
films on Monday, April 26
at the Capitainerie, featuring
the recent documentary by
Arnold Antonin, "Chronic
Of A Catastrophe Foretold:
Haiti Apocalypse Now,"
which looks at the country
before and after the January
12 earthquake. Cameraman
Camille Kharmeliaud Moi-
se, will present this 20-
------q


E minute film
on behalf of
its filmmak-
er, as well as
his own
film, "Chi-
dm e n
Pay son."
"Mol'cTic The evening
also includes
videos made
by students

Institute in
Sa the in e
Jacmel,
Haiti, and
presented by
Frero Pierre
and Claudel
vr lm ofO Chery.
A second
evening of Haitian film,
also in support of the school
in Jacmel, which sustained
damage in the earthquake,
will be held of Wednesday,
April 28 at AJOE, with
"Moloch Tropical," the lat-
est film by the most cele-
brated Haitian filmmaker,
Raoul Peck. The sixth fea-
ture film of this former cul-
tural minister of Haiti
(1995-1997), who is cur-
rently the president of
FEMIS (European Founda-
tion For Image and Sound
Metiers), takes a look at the
final moments of a ruler in
Haiti as a violent revolution
erupts around him: A very
political fiction film. On
Wednesday afternoon, the
festival hosts a roundtable
on the subject of: Haiti:
Looking Toward the Future.




The remainder of the pro-
gram includes the continua-
tion of an ongoing partner-
ship with Jean-Marc
Cesaire and the association,


Cine Woul6, for two
evenings of films on the
beach in Flamands. The
first, on March 27, begins
with a short film "Rose
Murray: Portrait of a Pho-
tographer" by Alex Benda-
han, followed by the
restored version of "Araya,"
an award-wining film by
Margot Benacerraf that
dates from 1959. The sec-
ond evening on the beach is
the festival's closing night
on Friday, April 30. A series
of videos are on the line-up,
including three from
Trinidad: "Jab"-about the
blue devils of Carnival-by
Alex de Verteuil, "Calypso
at Dirty Jim's" by Pascale
Obolo, and Christopher
Laird's short documentary
on 15 years of the St Barth
Film Festival. Plus "Oasis
Surf Generation," a film
made last year at the
Tamarindo surf spot on the
Pacific Coast of Costa Rica,
featuring Eliott Ivarra, a
member of the Reefer Surf
Club in St Barth.
In addition to the evenings
on the beach, there are also
three film screenings at
AJOE: "El Benny" by
Cuban filmmaker Jorge
Luis Sanchez on the open-
ing night, April 24, fol-
lowed by "Les 16 de Basse
Pointe" by Camille
Mauduech, whose film
revisits a crime from 1948:
the assassination by 36
strikes of a machete of Guy
de Fabrique, the white Cre-
ole overseer on a sugar
plantation in Martinique.
The third film at AJOE is
"Orpailleur" by Marc Bar-
rat, a feature film set in
French Guyana.

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In early April, Sylvain
Noel joined forces with
Bernard and his son
Julien, taking on the
role of chef at the Wall
House in Gustavia.
Son of restaurateurs, and
with ten years experience
working in the United
States, from various
establishments in New
York to the Panetiere in
Rye and Zinc in Lennox,
MA, Sylvain Noel now
brings his talents to Saint
Barth. He has already
established a new menu
at the Wall House, infused
with interesting flavors,
primarily from the Mediter-
ranean, with accents from
Asia as well.
Enticing aromas and tex-
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served with watermelon
carpaccio, or duck breast
with crispy cauliflower
cannelloni. Sylvain Noel
also blends tastes from the
South of France with the


West Indies in his Creole
Bouillabaisse, which com-
prises freshly caught
Wahoo and Mahi Mahi,
accompanied by plantain
aioli.


Also new: The lobster
club sandwich, but only
for lunch!
In keeping with its
favorites, the Wall House
still offers its classic and
extremely popular leek
salad "dressed in red" (a
Wall House signature
dish), as well as a large
choice of grilled fish and
meat made to order on the
rotisserie located near the
entrance to the restaurant.
Daily specials are still a
big attraction, with a
lunch special at 10.50
euros (check the Wall
House Facebook page for
daily updates). A 29 euros
menu is available in the
evening.
Le Wall House is open
daily for lunch and dinner
(except Sunday lunch) from
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Patrick Poivre d'Arvor

And A Chopin Concert


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The third annual book fes-
tival organized by the asso-
ciation, Saint B'Art, has
expanded its program and
will take place over eight
days, April 12-20, with at
least five authors as special
guests. These include cele-
brated French writer and
journalist Patrick Poivre
d'Arvor.
Having met with great suc-
cess last year, the partner-
ship of authors and schools
will continue this year,
with three children's
authors visiting various
classes: Alex Godard,
author and illustrator; Carl



















Norac, poet and children's
author; and Bruno Gazzot-
ti, creator of comic strips.
The week's activities will
be punctuated by an event
featuring actress Geraldine
Danon and French sailor
Philippe Poupon. They will
present a book recently
published by Geraldine, "A
Flower In The Ice," the
story of a voyage that they
made with their four chil-
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dren aboard Fleur Australe
as they traced the footsteps
of Norwegian Roald
Admunsen in attempting to
follow the Northwest Pas-
sage that links the Atlantic
and Pacific by navigating
between the Arctic islands
of northern Canada.
One highpoint of the festi-
val is the fifth annual book
exchange to be held on the
dock in front of the Wall
House on Sunday, April 18
Interesting, a concert will
close the book festival on
Tuesday, April 20. A classi-
cal music fan and organiz-
er of a music festival-


Les Temps Musicaux in
Ramatuelle, France- for
the past 20 years, Didier
Bensa, president of Saint
B'art, convinced Patrick
Poivre d'Arvor and
acclaimed French pianist
Jean Philippe Collard to
present their joint concert
dedicated to Frederic
Chopin, in celebration of
the bicentennial of the birth
of the Polish composer.
St Barth Weekly n197





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This is an opportunity
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income stream as this is
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For Sale: This charming
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FOR SALE:
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Hospital
Fire dept.
Doctor on duty
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* Useful numbers
Tourism office
Harbour
Boat company Voyager
Airlines company Winair
St-Barth Commuter
Air Caraibes
American Airlines
Taxis Gustavia
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Town Hall
EDF (electricity company office)
Water system
Post office Gustavia
Marine Reserve
Catholic church Sunday 8:30am Gustavia
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2 2S S t tB B a a r r t t h h W W e e e e k k l l y y n n ¡ ¡ 1 1 9 9 7 7Afleet of 23 boats set sail in the first edition of Les Voiles de Saint Barth, which closes on Sunday with a picnic on the beach in Colombier. The boats were divided into different categories: four Super Yachts, four Classics, five in the Racing Class, nine in Racing-Cruising, and one racing multi-hull. Even if the number of boats is not at the level expected by the race organizers, who had hoped for at least 60 boats, their spirits are high and they hope that participation will be better in 2011: "We virtually launched Les Voiles de Saint Barth at the end of last year. It usually takes over a year to integrate a new regatta into the sailing calendar and attract boats whose itineraries are set more than a year in advance," said Annalisa Gee, responsible for the inscriptions, during a press conference on Tuesday. But the event seems to have an appeal: "We have had over 100 inquiries and already have 80 boats pre-enrolled for 2011." Twenty Race OptionsFor this first edition of the regatta, race director Luc Poupon came up with 20 different race optionsÑfrom the longest at 32 miles to the shortest at 15 milesÑto be selected each day in keeping with the prevailing winds. This week the winds are primarily from the northeast with a slight shift to the east on Friday. There were 19 knots of wind for the first race on Wednesday, April 7, with Ramber taking top honors in the Super Yacht category. The last race is on Saturday, April 9.Rambler: Homage to SpikeŽ It was with heavy hearts that the sailors abaord Rambler, the second largest boat in the fleet, set sail in Les Voiles de Saint Barth. On Monday, one of their crew, 38 year-old Peter "Spike" Doriean, died in Saint Martin, before coming to Saint Barth. He died due to head wounds caused by slipping in the bathtub in his hotel room. Known as a talented, professional sailor, he had participated in many regattas at the highest international level. The crew made the decision to take part in the race in homage to "Spike LESVOILESDESAINTBARTHENTRIESSuper Y acht 1RamblerMaxi 90' George David 2Sojana Farr 115 115' Marc Fitzgerald 3Moneypenny Swann 601 60' James Schwartz 4Nix X 612 60' Nico Cortlever Classic 1Wild Horses 76' Donald Tofias 2White Wings76'F. Rosenberg 3Duende 42' Randy West 4Kate76' P. Walwyn Racing 1Lost Horizon J122 James Dobbs 2Puffy Swan 45 P. De Marchelier 3Black Hole First 40,7 Hin Jeroen 4Lancelot First 40,7 John Shanlolt 5Malachite A 40 Pierre Mancy Racing Cr uise 1L'EspŽrance First 45 F5 R.Velasquez 2Speedy Nemo Dufour 34 R. Magras 3Pocket Rocket J 109 David Cullen 4Thula Baltic 39 Max Imrie 5Corban Swann 42 Daniel Harper 6L'”le Requin Mogwli Fox 7Baladin Feeling 30 Rapha‘l Magras 8Iznogoud Surprise C. Baudoin 9Ormeau Oceanis 473 Alain Charlot Multihull Escapade Greg DorlandLes V oiles de Saint Bar th The First Edition Sets Sail

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Live Music W ednesday to Sunday Armando is on stage at Bar't™ from 7:30pm, Guanahani, Petit Cul de Sac Every Monday Disco evening at Ti St Barth, Pointe Milou Every T uesday The Real Cabaret kim & Co at Ti St Barth, Pointe Milou Every W ednesday Theme Party at Ti St Barth Every Friday Live jazz music during dinner. Restaurant Le Gaiac, Toiny. Every Saturday Live music during dinner. Ta”no Restaurant, Christopher Hotel, Through April 17 Markeisha Ensley Trio, from 9pm to midnight, Bete A Z'Ailes, Gustavia Thursday April 15 Angels Night at Ti St Barth, Pointe Milou Sunday , April 17 -After Beach party, 4-10pm with music mixed by two Djs and a swimming pool with Bubbles at StBarths Pub, Lurin Brazil party at Nikki Beach during all the day. 1:00pm: Follow the wave with Sundek fashion show at La Plage, St Jean Papaguyo at 9pm, Bonito, GustaviaNight ClubYacht Club, Gustavia Eleven 12, Gustavia The Strand Supper ClubLet's Party Every night James Kentaro, new resident DJ exclusively at Yacht Club Friday April 16 BIG Events Philippe Paris mixed at Le Yacht CLub Every T uesday Girls Power at Yacht Club Evening "We will rock you" at The Strand Supper Club Every Thursday Alert Baywatch at Yacht Club, Gustavia Ladies first at The Strand Supper Club (Casa Nikki), Exhibitions Through April 11 Photographs by Pierre Carreau of the five last editions of the Saint Barths Bucket at the Repaire in Gustavia Through April 10 David Wegman, "Decopauge" oil, pastels, sculpture at Entre Deux Restaurant, Gustavia Through April 18 Photographs by Xavier Lucchesi, at Tom Beach Hotel in St Jean. Through May 31 Christian Fagerlund: ÔLight and Land', a series of landscapes and portraits in oil, Eden Rock Gallery, St Jean. P P e e r r m m a a n n e e n n t t e e x x h h i i b b i i t t s s • Alain le Chatelier, Les Artisans, Gustavia • Dave Stevenson, Les Artisans, Gustavia • Works by CyrilleMargarit at Nikki Beach, St Jean • Tony Caramanico at Clic Bookstore and GalleryFashion Show 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 Every T uesday 6:30pm: Fashion show by the pool, from the boutique at the Isle de FranceT TI I M M E EO OU U T T 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! S S t tB B a a r r t t h h W W e e e e k k l l y y n n ¡ ¡ 1 1 9 9 7 73 3 H™tel Baie des Anges • Flamands • 0590 27 63 61 Michel and his staff are happy to welcome you to their pool-side restaurant for lunch & dinner. Lobsters Fresh From The Tank100 g for 6,50euros 6-11 APRIL, 2010 LESVOILESDESAINTBARTHThe racing schedule 2010• Friday , April 9 Race Day 3 10:00 am: Departure of boats 4:00 pm: Return of participants to the dock 5:00 pm: Activities in Race Village: Sound and Light Show • Saturday , April 10 Final Race Day 10:00 am: Departures for final day of racing 5:00 pm: Awards ceremony and cocktail reception 8:00 pm: Gala closing party for Les Voiles de St Barth Sponsors Dinner at MŽtŽo Cara•bes • Sunday , April 11 11:00 am: Start to Colombier 12:00 : Big picnic on the beach

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The program for the 15th annual St Barth Film Festival "CinŽma Cara•be"Ñ which takes place April 2430, 2010Ñfeatures a selection of films and special guests from Haiti. This is the "natural thing to do," according to festival directors Ellen Lampert-GrŽaux and Joshua Harrison, who point out that the festival was initially created to reflect the cultural and political landscape of the Caribbean basin. "It was impossible for us not to deal with the catastrophe that touched the people of Haiti this year, especially as our festival has frequently presented films examining the difficult realities in Haiti." Past Haitian films shown at the festival range from Raoul Peck's "Man By The Shore" to "The Agronomist" by Jonathan DemmeÑproduced in homage to the assassinated journalist Jean DominiqueÑby way of "Haiti Cherie" by Claudio Del Punta, which examines the situation of Haitians literally reduced to slavery on plantations in Santo Domingo, and "The President Has Aids," by Arnold Antonin, a director considered the "Haitian Ken Loach," proving that the St Barth Film Festival is serious when it says it has an interest in Haitian film: "We did not modify our program this year, we simply augmented itÉ" Which means that the organizers added a special evening of Haitian films on Monday, April 26 at the Capitainerie, featuring the recent documentary by Arnold Antonin, "Chronic Of ACatastrophe Foretold: Haiti Apocalypse Now," which looks at the country before and after the January 12 earthquake. Cameraman Camille Kharmeliaud Moise, will present this 20minute film on behalf of its filmmaker, as well as his own film, "Chimen Payson." The evening also includes videos made by students at the CinŽ Institute in Jacmel, Haiti, and presented by Frero Pierre and Claudel Chery. Asecond evening of Haitian film, also in support of the school in Jacmel, which sustained damage in the earthquake, will be held of Wednesday, April 28 at AJOE, with "Moloch Tropical," the latest film by the most celebrated Haitian filmmaker, Raoul Peck. The sixth feature film of this former cultural minister of Haiti (1995-1997), who is currently the president of FEMIS (European Foundation For Image and Sound Metiers), takes a look at the final moments of a ruler in Haiti as a violent revolution erupts around him: Avery political fiction film. On Wednesday afternoon, the festival hosts a roundtable on the subject of: Haiti: Looking Toward the Future. Two Evenings On The Beach In FlamandsThe remainder of the program includes the continuation of an ongoing partnership with Jean-Marc CŽsaire and the association, CinŽ WoulŽ, for two evenings of films on the beach in Flamands. The first, on March 27, begins with a short film "Rose Murray: Portrait of a Photographer" by Alex Bendahan, followed by the restored version of "Araya," an award-wining film by Margot Benacerraf that dates from 1959. The second evening on the beach is the festival's closing night on Friday, April 30. Aseries of videos are on the line-up, including three from Trinidad: "Jab"Ñabout the blue devils of CarnivalÑby Alex de Verteuil, "Calypso at Dirty Jim's" by Pascale Obolo, and Christopher Laird's short documentary on 15 years of the St Barth Film Festival. Plus "Oasis Surf Generation," a film made last year at the Tamarindo surf spot on the Pacific Coast of Costa Rica, featuring Eliott Ivarra, a member of the Reefer Surf Club in St Barth. In addition to the evenings on the beach, there are also three film screenings at AJOE: "El Benny" by Cuban filmmaker Jorge Luis Sanchez on the opening night, April 24, followed by "Les 16 de Basse Pointe" by Camille Mauduech, whose film revisits a crime from 1948: the assassination by 36 strikes of a machete of Guy de Fabrique, the white Creole overseer on a sugar plantation in Martinique. The third film at AJOE is "Orpailleur" by Marc Barrat, a feature film set in French Guyana. For additional information: www.stbarthff.orgTRIBUTETOHAITIATSTBARTHFILMFESTIVAL

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In early April, Sylvain No‘l joined forces with Bernard and his son Julien, taking on the role of chef at the Wall House in Gustavia. Son of restaurateurs, and with ten years experience working in the United States, from various establishments in New York to the Panetire in Rye and Zinc in Lennox, MA, Sylvain No‘l now brings his talents to Saint Barth. He has already established a new menu at the Wall House, infused with interesting flavors, primarily from the Mediterranean, with accents from Asia as well. Enticing aromas and textures mix and match, such as lightly fried calamari served with watermelon carpaccio, or duck breast with crispy cauliflower cannelloni. Sylvain No‘l also blends tastes from the South of France with the West Indies in his CrŽole Bouillabaisse, which comprises freshly caught Wahoo and Mahi Mahi, accompanied by plantain aioli. Also new: The lobster club sandwich, but only for lunch! In keeping with its favorites, the Wall House still offers its classic and extremely popular leek salad "dressed in red" (a Wall House signature dish), as well as a large choice of grilled fish and meat made to order on the rotisserie located near the entrance to the restaurant. Daily specials are still a big attraction, with a lunch special at 10.50 euros (check the Wall House Facebook page for daily updates). A29 euros menu is available in the evening. Le Wall House is open daily for lunch and dinner (except Sunday lunch) from October through May. SYLVAINNOèL, NEWCHEFATTHEWALLHOUSEFrom left to right: Wall House kitchen staff GrŽgory Coutin, Simon Thuillier, Sylvain No‘l, and Dawid Marszaluk.

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6 6S S t tB B a a r r t t h h W W e e e e k k l l y y n n ¡ ¡ 1 1 9 9 7 7 At your services GUSTAVIA0590 27 78 62HAIR DRESSING SALON Kerastase L'OrŽalWANDA COIFFUREThe third annual book festival organized by the association, Saint B'Art, has expanded its program and will take place over eight days, April 12-20, with at least five authors as special guests. These include celebrated French writer and journalist Patrick Poivre d'Arvor. Having met with great success last year, the partnership of authors and schools will continue this year, with three children's authors visiting various classes: Alex Godard, author and illustrator; Carl Norac, poet and children's author; and Bruno Gazzotti, creator of comic strips. The week's activities will be punctuated by an event featuring actress GŽraldine Danon and French sailor Philippe Poupon. They will present a book recently published by GŽraldine, "A Flower In The Ice," the story of a voyage that they made with their four children aboard Fleur Australe as they traced the footsteps of Norwegian Roald Admunsen in attempting to follow the Northwest Passage that links the Atlantic and Pacific by navigating between the Arctic islands of northern Canada. One highpoint of the festival is the fifth annual book exchange to be held on the dock in front of the Wall House on Sunday, April 18 Interesting, a concert will close the book festival on Tuesday, April 20. Aclassical music fan and organizer of a music festivalÑ Les Temps Musicaux in Ramatuelle, FranceÑ for the past 20 years, Didier Bensa, president of Saint B'art, convinced Patrick Poivre d'Arvor and acclaimed French pianist Jean Philippe Collard to present their joint concert dedicated to FrŽdŽric Chopin, in celebration of the bicentennial of the birth of the Polish composer. Thir d Annual Book Festival: Patrick Poivre d'Arvor And A Chopin Concert

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