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Image of Carnival Queen 2015 Yvana David
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National Carnival Queen Pageant

The suspense that built up during the weeks leading up to the event finally died down, when 20-year-old Yvana David,

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Alkaline & Soca: A Toxik Combination

Weeks before July 5, 2015, scores of carnival lovers questioned the relevance of Toxik Carnival Band’s or Toxik Nation as

Image of Brandon Perido Harding
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Brandon Perido Harding: Your New Soca Star

His talent is almost indescribable: the kind you have to witness to understand the speaker’s reaction. It is original, refreshing

Secondary schools Power Soca Monarch
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Groovy and Power for Them

Secondary schools now have a Groovy and Power Soca Monarch competition of their own. For years many enthusiasts believed that

Image of Ashley Jules
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Junior Calypso 2015

On Wednesday, the sound of sweet calypso brought the National Cultural Centre alive. Powerful lyrics and veteran-like moves from young,

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St. Joseph’s Convent Prepping For Theatre

The newly established St. Joseph’s Convent Creative Arts Society (SJCCAS) will be presenting its first annual “Creative Arts Week” slated

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Cooler Fete

Self-proclaimed partyholicsgot the ultimate party experience last Saturday at Samaan’s park. Cooler fete, one of the biggest Carnival events of

Choiseul Secondary Dazzle Splash Concert
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Choiseul Secondary Dazzle Splash Concert

Choiseul Secondary, last week, gave its students a day to remember. The school hosted its very first Dazzle Splash Concert

Image: Delan Charlemagne a student at the Entrepot Secondary School, (E.S.S),and Tania Foster, a student at Sir Arthur Lewis Community College, (SALCC)
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Mr. and Miss Red Cross

Delan Charlemagne a student at the Entrepot Secondary School, (E.S.S),and Tania Foster, a student at Sir Arthur Lewis Community College,

Desirous’ Flash Tattoos
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Carnival ready? Check out Desirous’ Flash Tattoos

For most, Carnival is not just about the feting. It’s much more; it’s the art. If you’re a Carnival baby,