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The success of any endeavour is proven in its positive growth. The organisers of T&T Restaurant Week (TTRW) boasted that the ten-day festival that takes place from September 15 - 24, has grown from an initial 19 restaurants to over 80 in this its fifth edition.

“We aimed for 70 restaurants but as of last night we have reached 86 and that too...

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Sunday, August 13, 2017

Today, we are faced with many challenges–looking after kids; ageing parents; staying employed; putting food on the table for our families etc. We have our heads down diligently running on the spin wheel trying to stay focused on our responsibilities.

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Sunday, August 13, 2017

Vernon Khelawan

Vocations—a word I have heard since I was a little boy, but it did’nt mean much to me. Today, however, it has taken on a greater meaning given the state of the society of which we are a part. And moreso, the realisation that we need many more priests today.

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Saturday, August 12, 2017

The Holistic Music School is offering music workshops next week, as part of its mission to develop creativity and social, emotional and physical skills in children from five to 18 years old. Its Atelier (Arts Workshop) programme runs until August 18.

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Saturday, August 12, 2017
Thursday, August 10, 2017

Mas band Yuma says 2018 is the year for a metamorphosis and after seven successful years in Carnival, they are making changes to help fuel more success, not just for the band but for all its endeavours outside of Trinidad & Tobago Carnival.

Thursday, August 10, 2017

Pan on display today

After 17 years of being held on a Sunday, last year the organisers—Laventille Steelband Festival Foundation (LSFF) switched it to Saturday and the public’s response has been tremendous.

Thursday, August 10, 2017

Qhubeka, a southern African word meaning “moving forward”, was the theme of TSTT’s recent Mr & Miss Emancipation Day Pageant at the TSTT St Vincent Street car park.

Thursday, August 10, 2017

This year, in the spirit of inclusion, the first grant under the Digicel Foundation Extraordinary Projects Impacting Communities (EPIC) initiative, was made to Alfonso Sport and Fitness Events Ltd.

Thursday, August 10, 2017

Eleven years ago, Michael Mooleedhar and Christian James met at the University of the West Indies. It was the first time the institution offered a degree in film.

Thursday, August 10, 2017

UK-born T&T novelist Nicholas S Jagdeo’s The First Jew – The Resurrection of Abraham does not, in its storyline at least, travel down entirely familiar Caribbean literary terrain, but there is more than a hint of Trini engagement of diversity and conflict.

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