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· June, 2010

Stories about Trinidad & Tobago from June, 2010

Trinidad & Tobago: Au Revoir

This Beach Called Life makes fun of France's early exit from the World Cup.

Trinidad & Tobago: Football & Fete

B.C. Pires has figured out the difference between World Cup football and Trinidad and Tobago Carnival.

Trinidad & Tobago: R.I.P. “Bookmann”

Artzpub acknowledges the passing of artist, bookbinder and blogger Richard Bolai, who “had written on and photographed…aspects of Trinidad and Tobago's art culture.”

Trinidad & Tobago: In Through the Out Door

Outlish is a new online magazine targeted at young adult Trinbagonians. It showcases people who are going after their dreams and features fresh perspectives on issues that readers obviously relate...

Trinidad & Tobago: Watchful Eye

This Beach Called Life is keeping a close eye on the weather.

Trinidad & Tobago: Budget of the People?

KnowTnT.com applauds the new Finance Minister's initiative “to design a ‘dialogue process’ for all stakeholders to voice their opinions on the Republic’s budget”, saying: “He leads a process (if genuine)...

Trinidad & Tobago: Griffith & Antoni

The Caribbean Review of Books is “delighted that two Trinidadians have made the 2010 list” of Guggenheim Fellows.

Trinidad & Tobago: Dual Role

KnowTnT.com sees “three pillars” regarding “the issue of whether the new Minister of Works and Transport, Mr Jack Warner, should resign his FIFA Vice-President and CONCACAF President roles.”

Trinidad & Tobago: Media & Food

“The food industry is engaged in a number of strategies, sometimes considered questionable, to control the dissemination of information and the general response to their products”: Simply Trini Cooking considers...

Trinidad & Tobago: Setting Precedents

“There were some precedents set by the last PNM, which were so shocking, even by our elastic standards, that they must be highlighted, so we can ensure they are never...

Trinidad & Tobago: Caribbean-American Heritage

“With June officially proclaimed as National Caribbean-American Heritage Month in the USA, you’d think the Caribbean community would be full of excitement”: Outlish Magazine gets feedback from the blogosphere about...

Trinidad & Tobago: Broken Promise

Trinidad and Tobago's new Prime Minister has reneged on her promise to not move into her predecessor's residence, prompting B.C. Pires to comment: “What the palace stands for is clear…and...

Trinidad & Tobago: About those Laptops…

The recently elected government of Trinidad and Tobago has promised free laptops for children about to enter secondary school; KnowTnT.com has a better idea: “Schools. Infrastructure that supports broadband internet...

Jamaica, Trinidad & Tobago: Gulf Spill

Labrish Jamaica wonders whether the recent oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico will affect the Caribbean, while the incident has made Trinidad and Tobago's This Beach Called Life “think...

Trinidad & Tobago: Saving our Heritage

Afra Raymond blogs about the need for Trinidad and Tobago to preserve its heritage buildings.

Trinidad & Tobago: Red Earth

“The Red Earth Eco-Arts Festival has become one of the highlights of Trinidad's cultural calendar”: MEP Caribbean Publishers previews this year's events.

Trinidad & Tobago: Stepping Out of the Mold?

“Manning has one more chance at posterity: he can decide whether Trinidad AM (After Manning) goes backward (with Keith Rowley) or forward (with Penny Beckles)”: Trinidad Media Arts & Culture...

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