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· July, 2010

Stories about Trinidad & Tobago from July, 2010

Trinidad & Tobago: TTFF 2010

Repeating Islands has the lowdown on this year's Trinidad and Tobago Film Festival.

Trinidad & Tobago: Up Paramin Way

“This village is stunning – the scenery, the variety of panoramic views, and even the crops on the steep hillside are mesmerising”: MEP Caribbean Publishers visits the village of Paramin,...

Trinidad & Tobago: From the Archives

The Caribbean Review of Books posts some interesting content from its archives.

Trinidad & Tobago: Eating for Emancipation

TriniGourmet.com posts some ideas for a mouth-watering menu that honours the spirit of Emancipation Day.

Caribbean: New Memoirs

Repeating Islands blogs about the release of two memoirs: by editor Diana Athill, who worked with V.S. Naipaul and Jean Rhys, and by Fidel Castro.

Trinidad & Tobago: Types of Discrimination

gspottt applauds new Prime Minister Kamla Persad-Bissessar for acknowledging that discrimination “includes, but is certainly not limited to, racial bias.”

Trinidad & Tobago: Local Government Reps

KnowTnT.com republishes the results of the country's recently-held local government elections.

Trinidad & Tobago: Missed It

Ever wondered how to miss a coup? Caribbean Free Radio knows first-hand.

Trinidad & Tobago: 20 Years Later

“For twenty years, successive governments ignored calls from citizens both prominent and ordinary for a formal probe”: On the anniversary of the 1990 attempted coup d'etat, The Caribbean Review of...

Trinidad & Tobago: Argyle Falls

MEP Caribbean Publishers visits Argyle Waterfall in Tobago.

Trinidad & Tobago: PP Wins

As the People's Partnership once more trumps the People's National Movement – this time in the local government elections – B.C. Pires quips: “How much licks can one party take?”

Trinidad and Tobago: sexy fashion

Artzpub. posts photos from an “over-sexy” street fashion show in Trinidad — part of the 2010 Erotic Art Week programme in Port of Spain — which was interrupted by the...

Trinidad & Tobago: Colourful

“The rich and various colours of our people are one of the things I like about this place. We are not homogenous”: Lisa Allen-Agostini is colour conscious.

Trinidad & Tobago: Housing Policy

Afra Raymond goes more in depth into his ideas “for a more effective and equitable national housing policy.”

Trinidad and Tobago: recycled jeans

Trinidadian artist and designer Richard Rawlins posts images of his “Bag Project”, turning discarded pairs of jeans into one-of-a-kind bags. Jeans are “the great unifier”, he writes.

Trinidad & Tobago: Now Showing

Artist Chris Cozier shares thoughts from his notebook about his most recent work, commissioned for this year's Trinidad and Tobago Film Festival.

Trinidad & Tobago: Eating Wisely

“There is a need for subsidies…for better infrastructure for farmers, and for help with getting them to develop their markets. Farmers is folks too and if they aren’t feeling the...

Caribbean: CRB Reviews

Find new literary reviews from The Caribbean Review of Books, here.

Trinidad & Tobago: Carnival & Social Media

“The Carnival Band that makes the creates the most noise (read social chatter) gets the most attention”: Trinidad Carnival Diary says that using social media may translate into gaining an...

Trinidad & Tobago: Pantin Passes On

Trinidad and Tobago News Blog mourns the death of economist Dennis Pantin.

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