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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.

Judging by the CD’s voluptuous heft, Narell doesn’t appear to be on a mission impossible—an angst to grind, old material or...

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! 

Soca superstar Kees Dieffenthaller brought down the house at the inaugural Eat, Drink, Jazz concert on Sunday night, bringing patrons both young and old to their feet, with his enticing performance. 

Eight-time Soca monarch winner in St Vincent and the Grenadines, Delroy Hooper, popularly known as Fireman, and his soca counterpart Rondy “Luta” Mc Intosh recently visited Trinidad. 

Have you seen Hollywood’s 21 Jump Street? Did you like it? 

Well, get ready to like it even more when it gets a desi facelift! The film will be produced by Karan Johar of Dharma Productions, and directed by Punit Malhotra. 

Stellar cast for pan jazz festival

Belmont Intermediate alumni David Michael Rudder returns to school on October 18 for a grand performance. 

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