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“Thrice as nice for Ahye ” – Express’ Brief Highlights of First Citizen Sports Foundation Award

Newspaper: Express Writer: Mark Pouchet Date Published: March 17th 2019 Top male Team TTO sprinter Jereem Richards is determined to be the top Men’s 200m runner this year. Richards was reacting to his second consecutive lien on the First Citizens Sports Foundation Senior Sportsman of the Year Award Saturday night...

“Track stars top sports awards” – Newsday’s Highlights of First Citizen Sports Foundation Award

Newspaper: Newsday Writer: Andrew Gioannetti Date Published: March 18th 2019 HAVING captured the Commonwealth 100m gold medal last year, there was little surprise when national sprinter Michelle-Lee Ahye picked up the First Citizens Foundation’s Sportswoman of the Year for a third consecutive year, at the prestigious 56th annual awards ceremony...

“Ahye, Richards – T&T top athletes” – Guardian’s Recap of First Citizen Sports Foundation Award

Newspaper: Guardian Writer: Rachel Thompson-King Date Published: March 18th 2019 Na­tion­al sprint­ers Jereem “The Dream” Richards and Michelle-Lee Ahye cap­tured the top awards for the sec­ond con­sec­u­tive year when the First Cit­i­zens Sports Foun­da­tion host­ed its 56th an­nu­al Sports Awards cer­e­mo­ny on Sat­ur­day night at the Queen’s Hall, Port-of-Spain to...

“Living Life in TT” – Newsday’s Recap of Talk Tent 2019

Newspaper: Newsday Writer:Marshelle Haseley Date Published: March 14th 2019 The Talk Tent, which has become a cultural fixture since its first production in 1983, this year comically gave commentaries on the evolution of TT. On the stage of Queen’s Hall, Port of Spain.from March 8-10, the presenters explored the current...

“3canal to ‘boom up history’ with Zingaytalala” at Queen’s Hall

Newspaper: Newsday Writer: Rachel Espinet Date Published: Feb 15th 2019 RAPSO group 3canal is coming to “boom up history” again with its show this year, Zingaytalala. This show will begin with a preamble including traditional mas characters such as a mad Dame Lorraine, a bitter Black Indian, a “woke” Baby...

“Sexy Suzie wins Calypso Queen crown” at Queen’s Hall

Newspaper: Newsday Date Published: Feb 5th 2019 After competing for the Calypso Queen title for some 27 years, Natasha Nurse, better known as Sexy Suzie finally copped the coveted crown with a social commentary written by Larry Harewood titled, De Wrong Name. Hosted by the National Women’s Action Committee (NWAC),...

‘Choose Your Partner Wisely’ for Carnival

Newspaper: Express Date Published: Jan 31st 2019 Raymond Choo Kong Productions, in partnership with Spektakula Promotions, presents a perfect Carnival experience of drama, comedy and soca on one stage in Choose Your Partner Wisely, at Queen’s Hall, St Ann’s on February 9 and 10, starting at 7.30 p.m. and 5.30...