Trini Broadway star makes waves in the US

While I was thumbing through the Broadway Playbill of Oprah Winfrey‘s musical production of The Colour Purple in New York (which I thoroughly enjoyed) and skimming through the cast bios…

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NDDCI honours Boscoe

Next month, the Noble Douglas Dance Company Inc (NDDCI) — a landmark in the island’s dance world — will pay tribute to the late Boscoe Holder (1921–2007) in dance and…

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Artists unite to raise funds for Jeffrey Chock

One of this country’s favourite and most talented photographers fell ill in Toronto recently and is in urgent need of surgery costing US$47,000. Jeffrey Chock is well known for documenting…

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NALIS presents Cazabon: Artist of the Emancipation

The National Library and Information Service (NALIS) continues its Research Fellows Series this week with Paintings as Texts: Cazabon, Artist of the Emancipation, a lecture and presentation by senior research…

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Space La Nouba featured in Mondo Dr magazine

The distinctive, futuristic interior designs of Trinidad nightclub, Space La Nouba, have been featured in technology and entertainment magazine, Mondo Dr magazine. Click here to read the full article. For…

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Carifesta X

If you are interested in how CARIFESTA X is shaping up take a look at our sister blog Antilles. Caribbean Review of Books (CRB) editor Nicholas Laughlin is in Guyana…

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Trinidad & Tobago Film Festival 2008

Amid the Olympic buzz, the Trinidad & Tobago Film Festival is gearing up for its third installment next month. The Festival has grown with each staging, and this year presents…

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Canvas Caribbean Art Exhibition

Canvas Caribbean’s 5th Art Exhibition at the Art Society of Trinidad & Tobago (Federation Park, St Clair, Port of Spain) starts today and runs until 14 June. The exhibition features…

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The return of the Red Earth Festival

The first Red Earth Festival took place last year at the Chaguaramas National Park, occasionally troubled by inclement weather (it being the rainy season), but still well attended. This year…

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Kaos has been unleashed upon us!

There used to be a time when if you wanted to find me between the hours of 4am J’ouvert morning and midnight Carnival Tuesday – with the exception of the…

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