Share Share Kimbonita Bevan Taylor (Photo taken four years ago)ROAD TOWN, British Virgin Islands — The Royal Virgin Islands Police Force has solicited the assistance of the Virgin Islands Search and Rescue, the US Coast Guard and the local boating community in the hope of locating missing boater, 51- year- old Kimbonita Bevan Taylor; however, she has still not been found.Taylor is a native of Australia, but has been residing on a boat at Trellis Bay for a number of years now. Her friend, also of Trellis Bay, spoke to her on July 21 by phone and indicated that Taylor was in extreme emotional distress. No one has seen or been in contact with her since Saturday afternoon, police said in a press release. The VI StandPoint newspaper has confirmed that Taylor told her friend in the phone conversation that she has “given up.”Police are asking boaters, in particular, to keep a keen eye out for a dinghy she might have taken out to sea. Police have also been in contact with the Australian High Commission.Any local resident with information is asked to contact the Royal Virgin Island Police Force (RVIPF) on a three-digit access number 311.Caribbean News Now 90 Views one comment Tweet Share Sharing is caring! NewsRegional ‘Emotionally distressed’ woman still missing in BVI by: – July 26, 2012
Matt Loede has been a part of the Cleveland Sports Media for over 21 years, with experience covering Major League Baseball, National Basketball Association, the National Football League and even high school and college events. He has been a part of the Cleveland Indians coverage since the opening of Jacobs/Progressive Field in 1994, and spent two and a half years covering the team for 92.3 The Fan, and covers them daily for Associated Press Radio. You can follow Matt on Twitter HERE. MEDINA, OHIO – The Bees of Medina gained big GCC win over Elyria on Friday night at the Beehive, 54-37. The win puts Medina at 10-3 in Greater Cleveland Conference play, and 15-6 on the season.Enjoy this photo gallery of the big win for Media as they get set for posteason play and remain a game back of Brunswick in the GCC. Matt Loede Pages: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Related TopicsElyria PioneersHigh School BasketballMedina Bees
Follow West London Sport on TwitterFind us on Facebook Watford have signed Nathaniel Chalobah from Chelsea for an undisclosed fee.The 22-year-old midfielder has signed a five-year contract at Vicarage Road, where he previously spent time on loan.He impressed during that loan spell in the 2012-13 season, making 42 appearances for the Hornets and scoring five goals.AdChoices广告Since then he has been on loan at Nottingham Forest, Middlesbrough, Burnley, Reading and Napoli.In May he finally made his first Premier League start for Chelsea, ironically against Watford, and made 15 appearances for the Blues in total last season.But he was unable to establish himself as a first-team player at Stamford Bridge and has decided to move on. See also:Aina completes loan move to HullLoftus-Cheek completes Crystal Palace loan movePSV interested in another Van Ginkel loan dealHughes ‘very hopeful’ Zouma will join StokeCosta and Matic left out of Chelsea’s tour squadNew loan move agreed for Chelsea’s Van Ginkel Embed from Getty Images
Advertisement LEAVE A REPLY Cancel replyLog in to leave a comment The official cover of the new track release. Twitter Facebook “Enough” is not the only song that delivers a message of empowerment for women. On “Down” Grace’s key track from her critically-acclaimed debut EP, she sings, “I won’t let you drag me down, I’ll rise above; won’t turn around”. This is a line that many who are working to overcome demons from the past can identify with and feel motivated by its positivity. On one of Grace’s grittiest tracks, “In The Shade”, the song lyrics state that she will not fall for dirty tricks and will not be bought with power or money. The message Grace drives home is that she will continue to stand up for herself as the empowered, independent young woman that she is.Grace’s collection of video work also surpasses the expectations of quality often expected from an indie artist. In the video for “Down” Grace executes her own fight choreography and performs her own stunts. She looks absolutely fierce with her crew of female musicians in the video for “In The Shade”, and she is dressed to kill, in both a figurative and a literal sense in “Red Skies”. Grace’s videos are available online.With a beautifully silky vocal tone somewhat reminiscent of a young Beyoncé, Grace began her professional journey in music only a couple of years ago, after graduating from McGill with a bachelor’s degree in commerce. She has already received the attention of many industry professionals, including that of Sony Music Canada.“Enough” is available on all streaming platforms, including Spotify, Apple Music, Amazon Music, YouTube and others. Grace also released a new music video on November 21st.About Polina GracePolina Grace is a Canadian artist on an upward track to success both as a singer and as an advocate for women empowerment and social change. She is an inspiration to many young women. Grace is multilingual and McGill-educated. Her powerful voice delivers a meaningful message through her artistry. For more information, visit PolinaGrace.com. Follow Polina Grace on Facebook and Instagram.Related LinksArtist SpotifyArtist InstagramRelated Videohttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aKHvgztYHig Advertisement Login/Register With: Advertisement MONTREAL — PGM Productions Co., an indie label distributed worldwide by Sony Music Canada, is pleased to announce that Polina Grace, an up-and-coming multilingual Canadian songstress, has just released her new, inspiring single “Enough”. The track is both a beautifully-produced contemporary pop ballad and a song with a message, one particularly fitting in today’s women’s movement towards equality and prevention of harassment.With the enormous rise of the #MeToo movement over the past year, “Enough” fits perfectly into the landscape. Today, strong women around the world continue their mission to be heard and treated with uncompromising respect and dignity, primarily by members of the opposite sex. Polina’s song not only makes the listener wonder what the singer must have experienced to have become so vocal about her pain, but it also truly highlights her strength to be able to draw on her experiences to show support and empathy through her music. “Enough” makes the listener feel and want to ask questions and seek answers.“Polina Grace’s talents have developed into a knockout punch Canada has yet to see in decades, gaining over 1 million likes and shares on her social media pages to date”, writes Eric Alper, Canada’s renowned music blogger and publicist.