Trinidad & Tobago Guardian Online


Salman Khan’s hit-and-run case has been deferred to October 9. The date was confirmed last Wednesday when the courts were informed that his lawyer was not well. 

The movie Chasing Refuge is only 15 minutes long but it packs in a lot of effort, money, commitment and pain from one local filmmaker.

The ninth T&T Film Festival runs from September 16 - 30. 

With five months still to go, Randy Glasgow is one events promoter who is ready for Carnival 2015. The big boss of Randy Glasgow Productions (RGP) told Pulse this week: “I am not joking next year.

A full house crammed the Central Bank Auditorium on Republic Day, for a screening of the groundbreaking 1970’s local film, Bim.

It’s been four years since the National Parang Association of T&T (NPATT), has not been able to stage its annual parang competition because of lack of funding. And now the organisation is saying that this is putting the parang season in jeopardy.


Over the next two months, talented primary and secondary students, from schools across T&T will display their multiplicity of skills at the 44th edition of the NGC SanFest competition.

Vintage kaiso fans had something to sing about on September 18 at De Nu Pub, Woordbrook, as Tuco hosted the launch of Calypso Month. Part of the celebration of the 100th anniversary of vocal calypso recordings, the event featured musical performances by Black Sage and Lord Relator. 

The ninth T&T Film Festival runs from September 16 to 30. Guardian columnist BC Pires served on the first TTFF jury in 2009 and wrote the jury’s report. BC will pick a Film of the Day for every day of the festival.

In the conclusion of Roy Cape’s interview with Peter Ray Blood about his musical adventures and milestones, he talks about the formation of his band, the Kaiso All Stars and his pride at being conferred with an honorary doctorate by UWI, St Augustine.