BouncyLand was filled with fun activities for the entire family with a variety of rides and lots of giveaways. BouncyLand at WASA Grounds in St Joseph powered by JUMP N BUMP. For more information and renting of these inflatables contact Jemarc Edwards at 471-8801.
A different kind of after work, Friday evening lime. Children of the Coup presented “OIL DOWN: SPEED LIMIT |Turning Point Edition |” at Euphoria Lounge, last Friday. The evening’s events began at 4PM with an art gallery where persons were allowed to enter for free to view, and even purchase artwork previously done by young […]
The scavenger hunt started with each team having to find a coconut and draw a face on it. We then proceeded to meet the SummerOne committee in the middle of the Queen’s Park Savannah. But none of the teams knew exactly where we would meet them so as soon as the teams noticed the SummerOne […]
On the evening before the 182nd anniversary of our people’s emancipation, The Ministry of Community Development, Culture and the Arts presented a free show, Pan on a Higher Note – Journey of the Ancestors at the Southern Academy for the Performing Arts (SAPA) in the Sundar Popo Auditorium at 6PM. The National Steel Symphony Orchestra […]
Although we are all familiar with the classic Rumpelstiltskin, this play contained a unique “Crazy Catholic twist.” The play begins as Laura is on the run because her father was unable to pay his taxes and promised the king that she can spin straw into gold. While on the run she meets up with a […]
The 6th installment of the annual Tobago Dragon Boat Festival took place on the 18th and 19th of June at the Pigeon Point Heritage Park, Tobago. With 27 races on Saturday and 35 on Sunday teams like Tribe Aquaholics, Oceanus and Trinity College gathered in the rainy, inclement weather to race for the titles in their respective categories. The […]
Thursday night, at a local night bar and lounge, Kaiso Blues Cafe, (made solely to share with its patrons the wide variety of talent that artists of Trinidad and Tobago have) “Un-wined” was the theme of the night, amateur performers took the stage. Whether they be singers, musicians or even Spoken Word artists, they all […]
Don’t miss The Spoken Word Final today at Globe in Port Of Spain. “Poetry and spoken word amaze me simply because any poet can take the same idea and create something entirely different from another. It begins with being influenced, continues with the craving to create something new and ends with the last thought on […]