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Jazz concert goes back to roots

The advertisements that promote the upcoming Plymouth Jazz Festival in April are almost eclipsing another appealing meeting with what jazz has to offer: simplicity and improvisation...

Superstars unite at De Nu Pub

TWO very special shows are being planned for De Nu Pub in April...

Pan sensations finale tonight

Additional features have been loaded onto the programme for tonight’s finale of the special edition of Panyard Sensations, which begins at 8 pm at the bpTT Renegades pan theatre on Upper Charlotte Street, Port-of-Spain...

TDC cooks up sweet, tasty pan

THE TOURISM Development Company’s (TDC) “Dine-around-the-town” project, just in time for the staging of ICC World Cup 2007, was cancelled, but its Panyard Sensations initiative has “cooked up a storm."

Primary school produces catchy cricket song

Faye–Ann Lyons, Rupee and Shaggy should be grateful for the delay in the release of 10-year-old Terri-Lee Audain’s cricket song Wonderful West Indies, which, with its all-inclusive lyrics and catchy melody, had the potential to be the official ICC World Cup 2007 song...

Marisa Lindsay releases Submit2love

For the romantic at heart and jazz lovers, Sumbit2love featuring Maria Lindsay is a must-have...

Boogsie brings pan magic to south

He has been dubbed “The Mozart of Pan,” and with good reason...

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