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It’s going to be unlike any other luxury dining restaurant in T&T, or so assures The Meena House’s owner, Umesh Meena.
A frightening experience with tampered drinks which hurt certain patrons at a Carnival fete three years ago has opened an avenue to prevent such occurrences in T&T again.
Watching Al Jarreau on the shores of Lake Ontario in 1983 sparked Henderson's dream of hosting concerts in T&T.
Three years ago during deep sea exploration, a land mass believed to be a sunken magmatic volcanic island, was discovered off the coast of Tobago.
“Look, babe, instead of us blaming each other, why don't we just find out why we can't get pregnant after trying for so long?”
Part 1 of this series introduced the behaviour of spraying as a form of scent marking in cats, differentiated this behaviour from that of normal urination, discussed the main reason for spraying, and explained the use of neutering as an effective means of reducing or eliminating the problem behaviour. Today we will look at spraying as a normal behaviour for identifying territory.
For residents in the Calder Hall community, Carnival takes on a completely different meaning. While most Carnival fanatics are resting their feet for that last lap or putting the final touches on their costumes, Calder Hall encourages visitors to come and spend the entire Carnival Tuesday celebrating with them.
Sustainable development is important for coming generations as resources get increasingly scarce says Secretary of Infrastructure, Quarries and the Environment-Tobago House of Assembly, Kwesi Des Vignes.
Salad is definitely one of the more popular meals today (mostly because of the massive health kick that Carnival gives to the entire Trini population). In a world where there’s more lettuce than the good stuff, it’s comforting to know that there are ways in which you can spruce up your salad. It’s amazing how simple ingredients can make the world of a difference with salads. These simple but gourmet additions work for homemade salads but, can also be used to jazz up the often boring, store-bought salad .
We are guaranteed that one of your New Year’s resolutions is to eat healthier. Often, people think that healthy eating = no flavour. This week we’ll prove that you can easily eat healthily without skimping on indulgence and deliciousness. You’ll feel full, energised and completely satisfied with our quick and simple recipes. Use our featured dishes to get in front of the pre-Carnival prep!
Skin is in! With the upsurge of mask, acid, retinol and serum use, many women have been taking a more active approach in caring for their skin. Additionally, even more women are spending their coins and booking facials at the spa. Now, while I’d recommend that every woman should have a professional facial done on the regular, I know all too well (from experience) that not everyone can afford to have their skin care maintained by an aesthetician. So in the meantime, why not try some DIY skin care treatments?!
Let’s face it — in today’s society, sometimes it can feel like there are barely enough hours in the day to get your life sorted. Between managing work, personal commitments, physical activity and keeping up some resemblance of a social life, occasionally, I feel like I am just barely keeping afloat. Also, if I may speak for the entire millennial generation, we are different. I wholeheartedly believe that I was created and put on this earth to live a colorful, exciting and beautiful existence. I refuse to live a life that constitutes paying bills and just surviving. That’s simply not good enough. Truth is, the more ‘balanced’ I feel in my life, the more free I feel as well.
There’s something about Carnival time that causes women to be a bit more adventurous with their hair styles. More colour and creativity always seems to come out whether it be for the fetes or the two greatest days on the road. Considering the melting pot that is Trinidad and Tobago in itself, there are so many varying hair textures and almost every lady is trying to keep it cute yet hassle-free so that they can focus on having a great time. One of the most common requests for the road that normally pack the hair salons is definitely braided extensions. Hairstylist and extensions extraordinaire, Kimberly Edwards-Daniel from the Kim Eds salon, tells us how this simple-yet-stylish braided updo is perfect for the Carnival season, especially as a protective style. Protective styling is always better for the season for the simple reason that you won’t need to style your hair constantly before and after the partying. Whether it be mud, water, paint or powder, protective styles make it easier to protect the hair from any direct damage.
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