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Patrons who attended Ramajay, the 2nd Edition, last Saturday evening are clamouring for a repeat, so good was the production.

Held Under the Trees at The Normandie in St Ann’s, the show began with opening remarks by former National Calypso Monarch Willard “Relator” Harris.

He performed the classic Matilda as a crowd-warmer and Skye Harper...

Tuesday, December 14, 2010

 I can truly say that I have practiced karate for most of my life; I started from the age of 12. I have also been a personal trainer for the past 17 years. Armed with knowledge from both disciplines, it is easy for me to identify how both disciplines are closely connected.

Tuesday, December 14, 2010

Who said that because you are no longer 20, your life was over. Hello! 70 is the new 60. I have always admired elderly folks who took pride in ageing gracefully. They understand that ageing doesn’t mean it’s time to throw your hands up in the air and surrender to retirement.

Tuesday, December 14, 2010

 The light of understanding is shining brighter when it comes to the human mind. For too long culture has presumed that little could be done to preserve or enhance the capabilities of our brains.

Tuesday, December 14, 2010

December 5 was a day filled with a mixture of emotions for the Birch Family. Sadness as they pondered upon the two years since they lost their son, brother and friend Aaron Birch.

Tuesday, December 14, 2010

 The world over celebrated World Aids Day last Wednesday. One of the main messages amplified on this day each year is the fight against stigma and discrimination against those living with HIV/Aids. Infected people are often subjected to prejudice, negative attitudes, abuse and maltreatment.

Sunday, December 12, 2010

There’s a powerful weapon out there. It can sense fear, perceive your mood and differentiate between your ‘happy’ and ‘sad’ tears.

Sunday, December 12, 2010

Lately, I’ve been watching “Say Yes to the Dress” on cable television. One of the episodes I saw involved two polar-opposite brides who bought two very different gowns. One was a plus-sized bride who ended up buying an ivory, satin strapless dress that was beautifully cinched on the waist....

Sunday, December 12, 2010

All of mankind is created and redeemed, but many of us don’t know it.

Sunday, December 12, 2010

Carrying a burden for Haiti, Trinidadian missionary Avonelle Hector-Joseph and her team—Is There Not A Cause (INTAC)—have rendered yeoman service to poverty-stricken Haitians.

Sunday, December 12, 2010

The recent attempt by the Mayor of  Port-of-Spain to get vagrants off the streets of the city evoked widespread criticisms. Some argued that vagrants had ‘rights’ and this was interfering with their ‘freedoms.’ Others advanced explanations why the vagrants were in their current position.

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