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Trinidad-born Kynaston McShine, an audacious museum curator who organised some of the most influential contemporary art exhibitions of the late 20th century, died on January 8, in Manhattan.
High Court judge Kevin Ramcharan yesterday varied the injunction he granted barring construction works on the Manzanilla Highway as he gears up to hear submissions on whether or not a lawsuit...
Local youth basketballers Ty Warwick of Spartans TT and Carrisa Ramdial of Club Enterprise were chosen to attend a week-long training session in Washington, USA in May.
The name Leon Coldero is a strong one on the Caribbean entertainment landscape. For years, Coldero has given music lovers hits that cross genres and create the perfect atmosphere for enjoyment.
Carnival has always been about negotiation of gendered and sexual power. Think of jamettes’ long confrontation with middle-class and religious expectations of respectability.
Students of the College of Science, Technology and Applied Arts of T&T (COSTAATT) expressed fear yesterday that one morning they will wake up to hear the college is no more.
Franklin Wong, 39, proprietor of Wong’s Supermarket died hours after he was shot during a robbery at his family business in Diego Martin yesterday.
Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley and a high-powered ministerial team will sit today for talks with the business community in Tobago.
Last week, this country bade farewell to a former president, Professor George Maxwell Richards, and elected a woman, Justice Paula-Mae Weekes, to this country’s highest office for the first time...
Chairman of the Caribbean Prestige Foundation (CPF) Peter Scoon has said that this year’s offerings for the International Soca Monarch are “quality songs” but some of the big players have chosen...
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