THE excitement reached fever-pitch as the names of the six teams making the final cut in the innovative iGovTT-inspired hackathon were announced to loud cheers when the highly-anticipated semi-finals were held at the Learning Resource Centre, The University of the West Indies, St Augustine, …
June 16 marks a special day in the life of the Alzheimer’s Association of Trinidad and Tobago (AzATT). This year, AzATT marks 19 years of existence, becoming a non-profit organisation in 2000, and a provisional member of Alzheimer’s Disease International (ADI) in 2003 and a full member from 2004.
JUST by looking at a photograph of Mickey and Maria Mohammed with their children, one might assume that they are just your average family. While some families are built from the ground up - brick by brick so to speak- other families come ready-made as is the case with the Mohammeds.
Supa Soca Bass is soca music’s biggest ambassador in Denmark. More than a DJ, Supa Soca breathes authentic performance life into his high energy stage shows whenever he delivers the genre to Scandinavian crowds. He is a major reason there is a growing, thriving soca scene in the Danish capital of Copenhagen.
Richard “Charsu” Ahong is one of the most prolific music producers / songwriters out of the Caribbean. Over the years he has produced some 200 plus songs that have become hits, albeit classics for a number of artistes.
I was given a gift when entering this world, a mother and father carved from the most precious stone and filled with the breath of creativity. Together they moulded me into what I am today.
On Sunday June 2 Carl Jacobs, veteran singer/composer and club owner opened the doors of Kaiso Blues Café, Port of Spain, to 14 budding guitarists, all students of Gregory Pantin, owner and sole teacher of a guitar school. In his welcome address at the Guitar Recital, Pantin said: “This recital is an opportunity to challenge my students and to give them a platform to showcase their well-earned ability.
It can be a very special, even profound, moment when Mother’s Day and Father’s Day cease to be just about your parents—when they also become about you and your partner, as parents.
The North/East Pan Spektakula, originally scheduled for tomorrow has been shifted to Labour Day, June 19 at the same time and place, 7 p.m. at the Arima Velodrome from 7 p.m.
The world will tomorrow mark International Albinism Awareness Day—a special day reserved for increasing awareness about albinism and ending discrimination. This year’s theme, “Still Standing Strong”, acknowledges that the albinism community continues to remain united despite the challenges they encounter—and those challenges are many.