Globe

Ultimate High

ULTIMATE Frisbee has been taking off in Guernsey.

Locals head to Haiti

I THINK we are all now fully aware of the desolation that took place in the Caribbean nation of Haiti earlier this month.

Dawn of a new club

After having a show-around last week, Emily Burden believes it is shaping up to be the hottest nightspot not only in Guernsey, but in the whole of the Channel Islands.

Seriously funny

Dan Evans

It was the opening night of the Guernsey Festival of Comedy and Colin Leach went along for a laugh...

Life’s a beach

More than 2,500 people descended on Petit Bot to see one of the most successful fund-raisers ever put on there by the Vale Earth Collective.                                                       (0779243)

IT was the Vale Earth Fair’s annual Beach Life on the bank holiday weekend and thousands of you turned out in support.

Funky sunsetter

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WITH the sun setting over St Peter Port at the end of a glorious week of sunshine, the punters at this year’s first Funk da Rock were nicely primed for an evening of sounds that took place at the Halfmoon on Saturday.

CFE hair and beauty show

Photos from the final year show held by College of Further Education hairdressing and beauty therapy apprentices at the Princess Royal Centre for Performing Arts.

Commix a smash

George of the Commix, who was over for the dub sessions at Rogues. (0771021)

The massive Commix smashed it behind the decks in Rogues on Friday.

Globe stalls boost charities’ coffers

OVER the past couple of weekends, the Globe’s charity team has hit the Farmers’ Market at Sausmarez Manor and the car boot sale at Le Mare de Carteret School.

Hogwash 2008

Photos from the Hogwash event, organised by the Full Boar Motorcycle Club.

Time bandits

In 1966 he was playing the drums for Justus and in 2006 the bass guitar. But what else changed in those 40 years? In the first of a two-part comparison, Art Allen looks back.

Tattoos not taboo

They’re clean, bespoke, good value and designed by skilled artists. It’s no wonder tattoos are becoming less taboo – one Guernsey tattooist has been busy for 10 years. Emily Burden spoke to Black Star’s Matt Burdett.

Drums ‘n’ decks

DAN Hamill, who was born and bred in Guernsey, has taken advantage of his opportunities. Talking to him, you realise he is fully aware that the only way to continue the luck he’s had so far is to carry on working hard.

Dirty beats

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With 10 years on the Guernsey club scene behind him, DJ Javan is a deck veteran. And he shows no sign of slowing down, says Emily Burden.