Hits: 577 Created on 19 March 2015 Written by U.S EMBASSY Category: CULTURE AND ENTERTAINMENT
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U.S. EMBASSY HOSTS SONYA HAYES QUARTET IN FREE CLASSICAL CONCERT

St. George -- The U.S. Embassy will be hosting a series of public concerts to underscore the excellence and diversity of American music.

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Hits: 605 Created on 19 March 2015 Written by Maryam J. Tawfiq Obst Category: CULTURE AND ENTERTAINMENT
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MAKE OR BREAK PRODUCTION ENTERS PRE-PRODUCTION WITH NEW FEATURE LENGTH FILM

St. George – Make or Break Productions has moved into a full pre-production phase with its new feature movie, 'Ground Zero.' The story and screenplay for 'Ground Zero' come from writers, Alvin Charles and Nikki Thomas.  The story is a result of two months development under the guidance of Simeon Cornwall.

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Hits: 391 Created on 11 March 2015 Written by George Category: CULTURE AND ENTERTAINMENT
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DRUM MOONLIGHTING

Tivoli -- The Tivoli Drummers and the Ministry of Culture and Heritage invite all to one of the biggest culture clashes to hit Grenada. The Drummers will recreate that synergy that once existed between African and Indian drummers at a Drum Moonlighting event in Tivoli, St. Andrew on March 22, 2015.

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Hits: 538 Created on 06 March 2015 Written by Lincoln Depradine Category: CULTURE AND ENTERTAINMENT
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KAISO CONTRIBUTION WITH CHALKIE

St George – Educator and eight-time Calypso Monarch of Trinidad & Tobago, Mighty Chalkdust, will be in Grenada next week on an assignment with the Open Campus of the University of the West Indies (UWI).

Chalkdust, whose real name is Hollis Liverpool, will be the first presenter in the inaugural "Carol Bristol Distinguished Lecture.' He holds a PhD in history and ethnomusicology, and is an Assistant Professor at the University of the Virgin Islands.

The focus of his Grenada presentation will be on calypso and its contribution to national development, said Dr Nicole Phillip-Dowe. "We are inviting the general public to come out and to be an active part of this lecture. There'll be questions and answers afterwards," said Phillip Dowe, head of the UWI Open Campus.

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Hits: 694 Created on 26 February 2015 Written by George Category: CULTURE AND ENTERTAINMENT
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INDEPENDENCE CELEBRATIONS IN MONTREAL

Montreal -- Grenadian nationals and friends of Grenada, Carriacou and Petite Martinique braved the inclement weather of minus 19 degrees Celsius, with blowing snow to attend the Gala event for Grenada's 41st Anniversary of Independence at Eveagreen Reception Hall, Montreal, over the weekend.

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