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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. Known on the airwaves as DJ Rawkus, Remy took a bold decision to produce a series of calypso mixes, all October long, in celebration of Calypso History Month. 

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Drivers passing near the Trincity Mall may have noticed signs all over saying “Turkey Song is coming.”

Animae Caribe 2014 Festival will go to Tobago this year

In the field of event planning and promotions there is a new player in town and its intention is to become a household name in the entertainment industry.

Arti Natu, one of the finest Bharatnatyam dancers of today, was the guest dancer in the Nrityanjali Theatre’s show, Shaktiyana—the Primordial Energy, last week Saturday and Sunday at Queen’s Hall. The musician and dancer were well received by audiences at the shows. 

With the threat of the Ebola virus, the question has been posed as to whether Carnival 2015 should be postponed or even cancelled. Many have pointed to a similar scenario in 1972 when Carnival was postponed from February to May because of the threat of the polio virus. 

D Anthony Blackman 

Proscenium Theatre Company will premiere The Wiz, based on L Frank Baum’s The Wonderful Wizard of Oz on November 6, at Queen’s Hall, St Ann’s. The production will be reprised on November 7 to 9 at the same venue. 

For years, movie enthusiasts have put on 3D glasses for what has been known locally as the ultimate cinema experience. However, all that is about to change as T&T is poised to usher in a new age in cinema viewing—the 9D action cinema.

On October 10, a group of benefactors, patrons and well wishers joined to the sound of sweet pan and more music at the Renaissance in Glencoe in celebration of a decade of the Music Literacy Trust (MLT).

#BollyTalks has a Ranbir-Katrina update for you! 

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