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Ever thought about Mount Gay Silver rum paired with dill and tomato soup served with a lemon herb scone? Well that’s how dining started when Hadco hosted a Mount Gay Rums Storied Dinner at Aioli, Ellerslie Plaza, Maraval on October 15. The occasion also served to launch the Mount Gay’s newest blend, Mount Gay Black Barrel. Mount Gay Rum is produced by...

Looks like Shah Rukh Khan is not the only one who recently signed-up for some online partnering. Parineeti Chopra debuted her very first Instagram account on Wednesday for her birthday with the help of Fluence, a popular online celebrity network. 

It was a rainy, chilly Friday night but I was kept warm by the sound of music from two of the Caribbean foremost musicians–saxophonist Roy Cape and guitarist Gene Lawrence. Both men have just released new CDs, Cape’s A Calypso and Soca Anthology and Lawrence’s Melemelanj.

Last Sunday the media were given the royal treatment when Salybia Nature Resort & Spa opened its doors for an all-day Media & Corporate Appreciation Day. 

Jayron Remy is not your typical, young radio disc jockey with a faux foreign accent who abandons his native, indigenous music to play hip hop and dancehall tracks.

Fab Productions CEO and founder Farrukh Altaf Barlas, has teamed up with local veteran Errol Sitahal and UTT’s BFA graduates Aryana Mohammed and Vedesh Nath to bring to you August Strindberg’s classical work Miss Julie.

A review of Oui Ma Chérie! by Andy Narell

Andy Narell’s new album, Oui ma Chérie!, has arrived with nerve and soul, and pacing and passion. And its mystery and mastery make it all the more engaging.

Late arrivals at Pan Royale last Saturday evening missed an opportunity to experience some glorious music played by Supernovas Steel Orchestra, the reigning Small Band National Panorama champion. The 2014 edition of the event, billed as A Tribute to Ainsley Mark, and held on the grounds of Queen’

“Appreciation is important. What do we work for? If I work hard for my film and if my work is not appreciated, then what is the point,” asked Deepika Padukone recently.

In memory of Geoffrey Holder, Broadway theatres dimmed their marquee lights on October 10 night for one minute, at 7.45 pm. Holder died on October 5 of complications of pneumonia at 84.

She has won accolades and awards for her philanthropic efforts for cancer awareness, and now Lisa Ray is taking those efforts to India. 

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