Showing posts from December, 2017

Lock up the Reindeer and Elves

Santacide Hits Toronto Big This Winter
By Stephen Weir for the Caribbean Camera
Toronto night Skulkers kill Santa Claus every night. They also deflate Santa snowmen and crush festive penguins. Even Rudolf and all his darn reindeer aren’t safe this holiday season. It is a Toronto phenomenon that is rapidly growing by stabs and slashes.Christmas inflatables left outside at night have suddenly become targets.I call it Santacide, others might say I am just full of hot air! Last week I was visited by a CBC TV news videographer who followed me as I inspected the remains of blown up blow-up lawn ornaments that have fallen prey to knife, hatpin and a porto weed wacker attacks overnight. (CTV TV News did a story the same night about teenagers caught on film stabbing a fully inflated lawn Santa in Etobicoke). The newsman came out because of my on-line reputation as the Santacide detective. For the past two years I have been investigating, photographing and posting the gory details of Santa slashin…

Omni TV vibrates to a Caribbean beat on Saturdays

Caribbean Vibration TV Alain Arthur 14-years on TV By Stephen Weir for the Caribbean Camera Every Saturday afternoon for the past 14-years Alain Arthur has been warmly welcomed into hundreds of thousands of households across Canada. He never gets old, he never gets fat (although wonder where that hair went anyway?) and he always has positive, fun stories to tell us about Caribbean Canadian culture. Not seen the show? This Saturday at 5.30 pm. Omni TV will be airing the best travel stories of 2017 with visits to Trinidad, St Vincent, Dominica, Barbados and the Bahamas.On the last Saturday of the year Omni will be airingthe best Caribbean Vibration 2017 celebrity interviews, including up close and personal chats with Machel Montana, PJ Puffy and many other Soca stars. Caribbean Vibration TV for this year. The show has a huge following not just on the Omni network, where each episode is aired twice every week, but, it also runs five times a week on the CaribVision Network in 14 different Cari…

Obsidian Theatre is ready to hang the criminals