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Frankie rules the pack

Sporting a gleaming coat, a back-and-white beagle owned by Don Gibbons walked away as top dog in the sixth annual Hound Walk & All-Breed Dog Show put on by the Nariva/Mayaro Hunters Association at the bpTT Mayaro Resource Centre on September 20.

Love Movement

Ready to inspire

Ready to be inspired? Then come down to the Queen’s Hall, St Anns, on October 10-12 as The Love Movement presents Called to Love, its mega production.

Bright future for T&T film

I am fed up of some elders who insist on spouting nonsense like, “Young people today good for nutting!” This year’s Secondary Schools’ Short Film Competition dismisses that tired label.

New band promises hassle-free revelry

A new mas band vows to take all the hassle out of playing mas on Carnival days and judging from its launch on Sunday the outfit is off to a perfect start.

My Mother’s Son creates high expectations

After reading the introduction of My Mother’s Son, you wonder whether this writer is just all bravado or really talented. Bajan author Jeremy Davis, a student at the University of the Southern Caribbean, creates high expectations, deeming his work “the most urban satire ever written” and “telling a story seldom heard.”

Wacky Mandy shows her ‘serious’ side

The first outreach screening of the T&T Film Festival premiered on September 20, at the Vistabella Regional Complex, San Fernando with Mandy.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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