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Friday, June 22, 2018

Pan alive and well in Federation

By Klieon John. The steel pan arose in the late 1930s among the African descendants in Trinidad and Tobago. Having very little money, persons had...

Music festival shorter, but lineup top drawer

By Ketricia Finch St. Kitts Reporter The artists slated to perform on the opening night of the 11th Annual St. Kitts Music Festival along with festival...

And the winner is

By Ketricia Finch St. Kitts Reporter Roman candles zoomed overhead, an up-tempo soca tune kicked in and people screamed for their favorite contestant as the eight...

Machel, Minshall and Madison Square Garden

Trinidadian soca star Machel Montano’s electric performance on Friday, March 23, 2007 at New York’s Madison Square Garden will be broadcast on BET J...

Masud mashes down Antigua with reggae

By Ketricia Finch St. Kitts Reporter One of the most phenomenal reggae artists in St. Kitts and Nevis, Masud Sadiki gave Antiguans a taste of what...

St. Kitts Music Festival cut to three nights

By L.K. Hewlett St. Kitts Reporter The St. Kitts Music Festival Committee has confirmed that the four-night festival will be reduced to three nights this June. A...

Home Grown performers meet the local press

By Ketricia Finch St. Kitts Reporter Most of the international and regional artistes who have come for the 2007 Home Grown Festival said it's a privilege...

Hold the phone! – C&W dials up Culturama

As a platinum sponsor of Culturama, Cable & Wireless has put its money where its commitment is. Although company officials have yet to disclose...

All systems go for Culturama 2006

By Anastasha Elliott The Mighty Baron of Trinidad is expected to open the Cultural Village this weekend with a performance. His coming helps herald a...

Play coming together at Nevis’ Cultural Centre

In the cavernous confines of the Nevis Cultural Centre, a hardworking group of local players are shaping and refining their upcoming presentation of “The...

A look at life behind the smiling mask

Near the turn of the past century, one of the top entertainers in the country was a black man who made a living playing...

Cable and Wireless sponsors Ambassador King Meeko

Claudette Walwyn, marketing executive of Cable and Wireless Nevis recently awarded Elphin ̶ 0;King Meeko” Warner sponsorship to travel to the United States for...

WMM model makes finals of Pulse

By Anastasha Elliott Local model, Michielina Mills has made it to the finals of the Emerge and Pulse Caribbean Model Search 2006, the largest, most...

Daily concerts to rock Independence Square from next week

By L. K. Hewlett Starting next week, Independence Square will come alive with Music Festival lunchtime concerts. The daily concerts are set to begin 11 a.m....

Winnielle continues on her star trip

By Anastasha Elliott Winnielle Model Management continues to record tremendous growth, said CEO Winnielle Guilbert. She said the agency, now 5-years-old, is gaining exposure both internationally...

C&W donates US$100K to music festival

By L.K. Hewlett Cable & Wireless recommitted itself to the St. Kitts Music Festival last Friday with a sponsorship cheque of US$100,000. Patricia Walters, C.E.O. of...

Music festival relocated to Warner Park

By L.K. Hewlett The new Warner Park will not affect the ‘jump up’ and ‘wuk up’ sessions of the Music Festival, said Stanley Franks Jr.,...

Grant speaks at African liberation day rally

By Saju Ng’alla “Our lands are being sold to foreigners during the dead of night while our citizens cannot get a square foot of land...

Destra set to explode at music festival

By L.K. Hewlett The official countdown the St. Kitts Music Festival began on Monday with the launch of its promotions campaign at the Circus. The audience...

Suelika Naony Buchanan

By Anastasha Elliott Kittitian top model, Suelika Naony Buchanan, has become one of the most demanded model in the Caribbean. She just recently returned from an...

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