You are here


Celebrating Christmas is a deeply-rooted tradition globally. For loyal supporters of the Marionettes Chorale, it seems that attending the choir’s annual Yuletide concert has now become a natural part of that tradition. 

How old is too old for new love? If you ask Zeenat Aman, the answer will probably be: you’re never “too old” for love. She was one of the most requested actresses in the 70’s but took a break in 1985 to focus on her personal life when she married Mazhar Khan. 

The audience on the night of November 12 was so large at De Nu Pub management was forced to mount an outdoor monitor to transmit the proceedings taking place inside.

The Brian Lara Promenade in Port-of-Spain, between Frederick and Henry streets, will be transformed into a “soca village” this evening for the launch of the 2015 Play Whe International Power Soca Monarch and Digicel International Groovy Soca Monarch competitions. 

Most people may know him as Jason Peru, a chef skilled at serving up delicious gourmet meals, and the new host of the culinary show on CNC3 TV, The Taste Challenge, but for Carnival 2015 he has thrown his chef hat into the Chutney Soca arena and emerged with a debut song titled Bubble With Me.

“Of his bones are coral made. Those are pearls that were his eyes. Nothing of him that doth fade, but doth suffer a sea-change, into something rich and strange.”

For those who may not have got a chance to see it last year, the gritty urban drama God Loves the Fighter, which is based on the city of Port-of-Spain, will return to the public this December in cinemas nationwide.  

This year calypsonian Bro Superior (Andrew Marcano), 76, celebrates his 60th anniversary as a calypsonian. Born in Rio Claro on November 30, 1937, to Lionel and Mabel Marcano, Superior is one of the few living legends in the arts in T&T. 

Trinidad-born artiste Errol Renaud was honoured in Australia with the Outstanding Contribution To The Entertainment Industry Achievement Award 2014 on November 7.

“I will be carrying on the legend of my father from now on. The time has reached.”

Those were the words of Kernal “Kitch” Roberts, son of the late calypsonian Aldwyn Roberts, better known as the Lord Kitchener.