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Sunday, April 26, 2015

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A spin on some Jamaican food

Jamaican food is all about fusion, just like ours in Trinidad. It is full of spice and fun. It’s about eating well and having a good time with people you care about. Hope you enjoy my version of Jamaican food. Read more »

  • A collection of Caribbean cooking

    What is Caribbean food? Read More »

  • Poland calling via London

    Local classical singer Natalia Dopwell continues to forge her own unique path as she heads for Poland next Wednesday. She has been invited by the ReFermata Society to be the featured guest artiste in two recitals in the city of Gdańsk, alongside pianist Dominika Glapiak on April 28 for the Fryderyk Chopin Society, and with chamber orchestra on May 3 for the annual ReFermata Festival. Read More »

  • World music, Machel magic and more

    The “boss” himself, reigning National Road March Monarch and International Soca Monarch, Machel Montano takes the stage tonight at the Pigeon Point Heritage Park for the “World Music Night” of the Tobago Jazz experience (TJE). Read More »

  • Of lies, half-truths and innuendoes

    Former prime minister, Basdeo Panday declared on Tuesday that Owen Baptiste’s new book, Lies, Half-Truths and Innuendoes should be compulsory reading for the students at the university doing journalism. Panday said this during his feature address at the launch of the book at the National Library, St Vincent Street, Port of Spain. Read More »

  • This cassava is king

    We are all probably familiar with the expression, “what you sow is what you reap”. Jason Hernandez and his family got a big surprise when he unearthed the biggest cassava the family has ever seen right in their backyard in Tunapuna. Read More »

  • Breast cancers predicted to rise by 50 per cent by 2030

    The number of breast cancers suffered by American women will increase by about 50 per cent by 2030, researchers from the National Cancer Institute reported yesterday. Read More »

  • Abhishek, Aishwarya celebrate

    Time flies and how. It has been eight long years since the Junior B—Abhishek Bachchan and former Miss World Aishwarya Rai entered into matrimony and yesterday the lovely couple celebrated their eighth wedding anniversary. Read More »

  • Prevalence, cost of dementia in T&T

    Populations throughout the world are living longer. While this should be considered as a triumph it is not without consequences. One of the most feared consequence of living longer is that of developing dementia. Read More »

  • MRI vs ultrasound

    MRI stands for Magnetic Resonance Imaging and is a test that uses magnetism together with radio waves and the help of a computer to produce pictures of internal bodily structures like your prostate gland. Ultrasound on the other hand uses sound waves similar to a fish finder to create pictures of the prostate gland Read More »

  • What causes fluid in the knee?

    A few weeks ago a friend asked me to write about what causes fluid in the knee. I’m usually happy for topics, as I don’t always have one in mind. This is an interesting one, since it is something people often complain about, or through observation, it is noticed. Some persons say it is definitely since they started suffering with arthritis, others tell tales of that dreaded sports injury, or after a surgical procedure. Read More »

  • Wrapped in tradition

    One of the most renowned teachers in Japanese arts and culture, Madam Fumi Akutagawa, is a master when it comes to the kimono. Read More »

  • Juicing for a healthy life

    We all know how important it is to have and maintain a healthy lifestyle. One of the key components of being successful at it is to watch what you eat. Read More »

  • New liming spot opens

    The soca sweetheart couple of the 1980s on Tuesday opened the doors to their Kaiso Blues Café to a select group of friends. Carl and Carol Jacobs will today welcome the general public at the Woodford Street, Newtown venue with an after-work-lime that will go into the late hours. Read More »

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