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Mas goes back to basics

Although skimpy bikinis and strategically-placed beads continued to form the basics of many costumes, several bands at Queen’s Park Savannah yesterday opted for more cloth...

Fire in Woodbrook

It seemed like it was almost too good to be true, as after a day without violence to mar an enjoyable Carnival 2005, a fire broke out at a building on Ariapita Avenue, Woodbrook, yesterday...

Barbershop star joins Carnival cast

Known for his comedic roles in films such as Barbershop, Two can Play that Game and Malibu’s Most Wanted, American actor Anthony Anderson certainly did not pretend to enjoy Carnival 2005...

Downtown mas the best in years

An unexpected combination of revelry and mellowness dominated Carnival celebrations in downtown Port-of-Spain yesterday, leaving behind memories of what would possibly be remembered as one of the best Carnivals this country has witnessed in recent years...

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‘Manos’ takes Petrokaiso crown

Carlton “Manos” Gordon is the new Petrokaiso 2005 Monarch. Gordon, who beat out a field of ten contestants, also walked away with the Best Melody prize on January 28 at the Guaracara Park in Pointe-a-Pierre...

Abstaining from Lent

Lent starts today. As many Catholics and Anglicans take a trip to church to receive their ashes as a sign of repentance, a growing number of other Christian faiths reject the 40-day season of abnegation and fasting in favour of year-round righteousness...

‘Warriors’ look to ‘cool down’ USA

With Carnival over, the focus today will be on the Ash Wednesday clash between T&T and USA at the Queen’s Park Oval, from 3.30 pm...

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Williams praises new deputy Governor... Joan was the strongest

Joan John, the brand-new deputy Governor of T&T’s Central Bank, has received the strongest endorsement possible from her new boss—Central Bank Governor Ewart Williams...

 

No rest for the judges

The parade of the bands came fast and furious yesterday morning in Port-of-Spain and continued throughout the day, leaving no rest for the judges...

With today marking the official end of the work week for many, the Guardian gives its readers a lagniappe from last weekend’s major fetes...

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