The Trinidad and Tobago Dance Community (TT Dance Comm) held its first annual Dance Industry Awards last month.
When it comes to dance events, the Rey Del Ritmo School of Dance has hosted some of the more popular ones such as Dance Marathon, Free Style Dance Off, the Cha Cha Cha/Rumba Competition and, of cou
It’s summer once again in Trinidad and Tobago and regardless of the fact that it is the rainy season, July and August mark the beginning of another very important season on ou
Like a timely counter to Facebook groups that try to widen rifts among Caribbean islands, one dance school is intent on building relationships through culture.
Iron Man 3 made more money than I did over the weekend, a fact I learned to cope with.
From Marvel Studios comes “Iron Man 3”—the continuation of the epic, big-screen adventures of the world’s favorite billionaire-inventor-
For Lyriq Bent, his role in the movie Home Again was not just another acting gig. His role as Dunstan, a deportee to Jamaica, was close to his heart.
The call for submissions for films for the 2013 edition of the trinidad+tobago film festival (ttff), which takes place from September 18 to October 1, is now op
The trinidad+tobago film festival (ttff) will launch its programme of events for this year with its third annual Carnival Film Series.
Devon Martin aka Lyrikal, is enjoying his biggest year in soca.
Home Again, the Canadian-produced movie that was shot in Trinidad earlier this year, has earned rave reviews at the Toronto International Film Festival. The TIFF, which was held last mon
The wait is over.
A 23-year old shouldn’t really be this knowledgeable on the subject of heartache; he definitely should not be somber enough to make adult choices when especially when one loses the love of th
Jamaican singer I-Octane is no stranger to T&T and is expected to perform here in a soon to be announced concert.
From being booed and coming last in his first ever performance in 2002 to finally establishing himself as a soca artiste in 2013, Nesta Boxill, known as Sekon Sta, has been through a rollercoaster
Last week we published our pre-summer music guide of all the tracks we thought you should be listening to.
It is not often one leaves a concert on a complete high.
With the launch of their third album, Da Biznis, Nebula 868 will reveal a more musically focused and mature side of themselves.
A financial loss but an emotional win is how concert promoter Matthew Dasent describes last year’s first installment of Hennessy Artistry’s Reggae o
Positive reviews continue to pour in from audiences and well wishers who attended last weekend’s production of the King and I at the National Academy of t
Natalie Needs a Nightie...wondering what that is? It’s one of the newest productions for theatre season 2013.
There will be no Cacique Awards for the 2011-2012 and 2012-2013 due to a variety of reasons.
Theatre season is here and one of the early productions, BailOut, debuted last weekend at Queen’s Hall.
Fresh from directing the critically acclaimed Broadway musical The Sound of Music, Raymond Choo Kong is now going back into the genre of theatre he is known for, comedy. Why Am I Ma
US based spoken word artistes Hilton Young aka GF Soldier and Jackie Hill are scheduled to make their T&T stage debut on June 1- 3 when Renaissance Productions presents Mmmm….love?
On the heels of the successful Santana The Movie Release, Lexo Productions is set to launch the movie on the DVD by the end of the month.
The first time the Metro team saw Nerine Peters, she was turning heads at Le Brunch, confidently decked out in a white shirt and a black and white striped skirt paired with black and white polka do
Now in its third year, Tobago Fashion Weekend (TFW) has become THE most anticipated fashion event on the calendar.
Since she decided to sing professionally a year ago Vanna Vee (real name Vanna Girod) has been working hard to get herself known.
Daren Ganga is best known to many for his achievements on the cricket field, particularly in a leadership position, guiding the Red Force, Trinidad and Tobago’s national team, to glory multip
As a primary school student Muhammad Muwakil loved to sing.
At 24, Annell Barrimond has a lot on her career plate.
Dominic Hutchinson may be fast making his name as a beach wear designer but his is not a tale of growing up in mummy’s sewing room, playing with fabric or
It’s ironic that Heidi Walcott’s character Wendy is looking for a job at the fictitious Quirky Films in the locally produced film
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