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St Michael’s next top models

St Michael’s next top models

Kaveh Holder and Amaya Howard captured the most titles to emerge as overall winners last Saturday evening when the annual St Michael School model search came off at the Martindale’s Road secondary school. After dominating in the Home, Designer, Varsity and Gems segments of the show, it did not come as a surprise when the […]

Shai’s music dreams

Shai’s music dreams

Music is not just a hobby for Shai Bascombe but a lifestyle. This young musician is in the business because of the love and passion he has for the art form. Though only 19 years old, Shai already has a pretty good idea of where he wants to go musically. Currently a student at the […]

Delightful poetry and worship

Delightful poetry and worship

Poetry N Worship exceeded all expectations last Sunday. This event featured Grammy award winner, singer Jonathan McReynolds and five amazing poets from the USA. They brought down the house at the Lloyd Erskine Sandiford Centre. Local artistes, John Yarde and Larix, also represented well as the opening worship acts for the night. The four-hour show […]

Youthful works of art

Youthful works of art

“Once you believe in your work, other persons will believe in it as well.” The confidence expressed in this statement by young photographer Shamar Prescod, was quite evident when he and a number of colleagues recently teamed up to stage a collaborative exhibit entitled Colours: Photography & Art Exhibition by Shamar Prescod and Friends at […]

CaribbeanTales Flow into production

CaribbeanTales Flow into production

 Three of the Caribbean’s leading film producers will now develop pilots for their original TV series projects, via funding from Flow and CaribbeanTales Media Group. With $40,000 funding for each project, production work will begin on Battledream Chronicle, a sci-fi/drama animated series created by Alain Bidard, which is based on his groundbreaking multi-award winning feature […]

Gold Cup more than a race

Gold Cup more than a race

Friends laughing, children playing, adults betting, jockeys strutting, vendors selling, dancers moving, people dancing – the Sandy Lane Gold Cup last weekend was a melting pot of fun, horse racing and great entertainment. Truly a family affair, the young and old crowded the Garrison Savannah to see the prized horse of the day, Dorsett, take the win in the […]

T&T’s great colourful show

T&T’s great colourful show

The Caribbean’s most anticipated carnival is over for this year. Over the past two days, thousands of revellers descended on the streets of Port of Spain for the colourful parade of masquerade bands to climax the 2017 Trinidad and Tobago carnival ahead of the Ash Wednesday observance. No amount of rain could have stopped the […]

Broadway help for QEH

Broadway help for QEH

Celebrating their 5th anniversary, Neil Berg and his team once again brought Broadway to Barbados, and did it all for charity. The audience that packed Frank Collymore Hall had a grand time. Last Saturday night, the New York Broadway performers filled the hall with the sweet sounds of music all in the name of the […]

Twice for Voice

Twice for Voice

Aaron Voice St Louis thought it so nice, he did it twice and proved he is far from finished. Last Friday night, Voice beat out the pack at the International Soca Monarch competition, an event of Trinidad and Tobago’s 2017 Carnival, to take his second consecutive title. He overcame technical difficulties to give what was […]