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A Trinidad-born gay rights activist is suing the State over this country’s homophobic laws.
Chairman of Caribbean Prestige Foundation for the Performing Arts, Peter Scoon said the Government needs to invest more in the country’s culture.
The Sunshine Girls, the Caribbean’s top-rated side, has been without a head coach since Minneth Reynolds resigned last December.
It has arrived; Carnival weekend.
In line with an aggressive mandate to develop the sport tourism niche, the Tourism Development Company Limited (TDC) held a meeting with John Tolkamp, President of Cycling Canada and Robert...
Scratch bomb victim Sally Ann Cuffie still has difficulty holding a glass of water and can no longer do daily chores such as laundry and cooking.
Members of bpTT Renegades Youth Steel Orchestra (RYSO) made history last Sunday (February 19) when they won the Junior Panorama Final contest in the Elite category with a rendition of Calypso Rose...
The decision to play the steel-pan/tassa and sing soca/chutney/calypso music in school is a parental choice.
Carnival lovers give it their all, whether designing a costume, preparing a calypso for the big yard or fine-tuning an arrangement for the Panorama finals.
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