CULTURE AND ENTERTAINMENT
THIRD WORLD AND QUEEN IFRICA CONFIRMED St. George — Reggae Ambassadors, Third World is one of the longest-lived Reggae bands of all time, and one of Jamaica’s most consistently popular crossover acts among international audiences. Mixing in elements of R&B, funk, pop, and rock and, later on, dancehall and rap, Third World style has been […]
GRENADA NATIONAL MUSEUM TO HOST DOUBLE RETROSPECTIVE St. George — As part of its educational program experience, the Grenada National Museum will open an art exhibition on Saturday which will focus on the work of two respected artists.
FLOW CUSTOMERS IN FOR A TREAT AS MONDAY NIGHT TV HEATS UP WITH CARIBBEAN’S NEXT TOP MODEL SEASON 3 ON FLOW1 St. George – Flow customers will have front row seats as Caribbean’s Next Top Model (CaribeNTM) Season 3 heats up Monday night television with its double-length series premiere on January 30th at 9 pm […]
GRENADIAN, CARLOS PETERS IS EXECUTIVE CHEF AT THE DECK RESTAURANT St. George — Distinctive experiences for guests have been the benchmark for The Deck Restaurant at Le Phare Bleu since its inception over 8 years ago. The addition and warm welcome of Chef Carlos Peters to the team as Executive Chef is a continuation of […]
GRENADA HOTEL & TOURISM ASSOCIATION LAUNCH PURE GRENADA BOOK FOR CHILDREN ST. GEORGE– An event took place at True Blue Resort on the evening of the 17th January to celebrate the release of the Pure Grenada book for children. It marks the last phase of the GHTA’s Compete Caribbean Project which in its initial stage […]
THEATRICAL AND CULTURAL EXCHANGE EXPERIENCE BY SJC GRENVILLE St. Andrew — Students from the St. Joseph’s Convent Grenville Drama Society and the Fyzabad Composite Secondary School (Trinidad) will present a mini drama festival and cultural exchange at Deluxe Cinema on Saturday 28 and Sunday 29 January 2017. Two one-hour plays will be mounted starting at […]
MUTINEERS AND THRILLERS IN CONCERT Two of Grenada’s popular music bands from the sixties, Mutineers and Thrillers will be in concert on Monday, January 2 from 8:00pm until, at VENUS Sports Bar and Restaurant; and also on Friday, January 6 from 8:00pm at the Grenada Yacht Club.
ARE HERITAGE AND CULTURE COMPONENTS OF NATIONAL DEVELOPMENT? “A country which has no interest in protecting and preserving its natural and cultural Heritage is not deserving of nationhood” (Words to that effect): Hon. Keith Rowley Prime Minister of Trinidad & Tobago.
ON PANORAMA Last Panorama night, while taking my ‘Millennium Gift’ who attends the St Joseph’s Convent and plays pan with New Dimensions to the Stadium, an issue came up! She voiced her frustration over repeated low attendance at Panorama and the private fetes held on the same night. I was forced to attempt an explanation […]