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In a world in which you can stream music, browse Facebook and download your email without expecting to offer up your first born on bended knee to a telco, there is a comfort zone that can build into an expectation that this happens everywhere.

It does not.

There’s been a lot of conversation in media, both traditional and social, about the...

Monday, May 15, 2017

The history of Windows 10 has been a surprisingly low-keyed one. The software was introduced without the usual bombast and courted online relationships with its users and customers rather than trying to build interest through mainstream media attention.

Monday, May 15, 2017

A new book titled A to Z of Caribbean Art is currently being written by co-editors Melanie Archer and Mariel Brown, which will contain in­formation on 200 artists from the English, Dutch, French and Spanish speaking parts of the Caribbean—a book these women believe is a needed addition...

Monday, May 15, 2017

Author Nasser Khan recently handed over copies of his History of West Indies Cricket through Calypsoes, 1926-2017 to UWI, St Augustine and Nalis, Port of Spain.

Monday, May 15, 2017

The teenage years are some of the most challenging and fitting in is never an easy task. It really does take a village to raise a child in 15 Years And One Day, the European Film Festival’s (EFF) Film of the Day, at MovieTowne, Port-of-Spain.

Sunday, May 14, 2017

He's being interviewed over dinner in the restaurant courtyard at MovieTowne, Port-of-Spain; it's the week before Carnival and this is the first time in 17 years the designer and carnivalist has come home from Canada.

Sunday, May 14, 2017

Closing Doors: The Final Recital is the final-year concert put on by sisters LeAndra and Tylah Head as they complete their music degree at UTT.

They describe the recital, which is one of the requirements to complete the degree, as the grand finale to their time at the university.

Sunday, May 14, 2017

Moko Jumbie, a feature film by Trinidadian-American Vashti Anderson, will make its world premiere next month at the LA Film Festival.

Sunday, May 14, 2017

Writing about the novel for the New York Times, the Economist’s arts editor Fiammetta Rocco wrote: “I grew up in Kenya, and I have never read a novel about my own country that’s so funny, so perceptive, so subversive and so sly.”

Sunday, May 14, 2017

Paula Lindo Mervyn de Goeas thinks T&T theatre is at a strange place right now and he’s not sure what it will look like in ten or 20 years. “There are a lot of new voices coming up, there are a lot of new writers.

Sunday, May 14, 2017

When Agnes Abdool and her daughter Krystle were presented with a plaque at Nalis’ eighth annual First Time Authors Appreciation Programme on April 26, it was a bittersweet moment.

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