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“The first thing that someone learns in programming,” Jeevan Persad said, “is how to make a computer say Hello World.”

“In embedded systems, the task is to turn an LED on and off. Usually when that fails, the solution is usually to be found in speed. The LED did turn on and off, it just did so too quickly to be perceived. Then you learn about...

Tuesday, August 9, 2016

Play the Devil—a powerful, local drama about an impoverished teen whose chance encounter with an older, wealthy businessman leads to deadly consequences—will open the 11th edition of the T&T Film Festival (TTFF), at the Central Bank Auditorium, on September 20.

Sunday, August 7, 2016

Dancer Fana Fraser’s debut of her first original composition Rosie as part of the New Waves! 2016 dance festival lived up to its billing as “unexpected, intriguing, and hilariously bizarre.”

Thursday, August 4, 2016

Pan Fantasy Steelband of Toronto, one of the many fine foreign steelbands that ventured to last summer’s International Conference and Panorama in Trinidad, are again the reigning Panorama champs of Canada.

Thursday, August 4, 2016

An appreciative audience assembled at De Nu Pub (The Mas Camp) last week Wednesday night, as The Mas Camp celebrated its 30th anniversary.

Thursday, July 28, 2016

What does the Love Warrior have in common with the The Rude Gyal Rapso Feminist? 

Thursday, July 28, 2016

First presented in 2006 at the Centre of Excellence in Macoya, Tunapuna, Treasured Voices, the concert, returns in 2016 for staging at the Central Bank Auditorium, Port-of-Spain, on July 31 from 7.30 pm. 

Thursday, July 28, 2016

If you enjoy live music with a mix of eclectic influences, including jazz, East Indian, rock and Caribbean, you can look forward to a great time at Kaiso Blues Cafe this Sunday when guitarist Theron Shaw plays with his group The Theron Shaw Project in a concert called Emancipate.

Thursday, July 14, 2016

On July 17 at 6 pm, Dare to Dream 3 Vibes will be held at the Central Bank Auditorium. It is the third in a series of benefit concerts to raise funds for young pan player Joshua Joseph who is entering his junior year at Berklee College of Music.

Thursday, July 14, 2016

One of soca’s best-loved songbirds is set to reclaim her space on the road. After a few years off the music circuit, front liner and former Road March queen Sanelle Dempster is back with a bang.

Thursday, June 30, 2016

As happened last year, Adam Smith Square in Woodbrook was overflowing with people last Saturday night for the second staging of the Mayor’s Pan Jazz Experience.

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