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PANORAMA DRAMA “No more words but a…

President and members of ...

Rootsman Kelly takes his first Calypso Monarch Title

Rootsman Kelly takes his first Caly…

After stamping his author...

Helen Marie and a Associates wins King and Queen of the band

Helen Marie and a Associates wins K…

Helen Marie and a Associa...

Soca Monarch Title #4 for Boyzie

Soca Monarch Title #4 for Boyzie

“The competition was stif...

Dash Retains Groovy Monarch title

Dash Retains Groovy Monarch title

Question, “Second Groovy ...

CARNIVAL QUEEN CROWN GOES TO ST. DAVID’S

CARNIVAL QUEEN CROWN GOES TO ST. DA…

Despite being the younges...

ACCIDENT IN BELVEDERE INJURES ONE CHILD

ACCIDENT IN BELVEDERE INJURES ONE C…

A loud bang early last we...

Over $12,000.00 Raised At Ccef Event

Over $12,000.00 Raised At Ccef Even…

The Carriacou Children Ed...

Vouchers For Better Education Handed Out

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Several needy families ac...

C-PAC Provides Enormous Support To PRH

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Lucozade Road March Kings Honored

The 2016 Carnival Road March Kings, Dubbed Lucozade Kings of the Road were honored by sponsors George F Huggins, with a call for greater inclusion during their one-year reign.  

Addressing a small gathering that included Road March winners Digaan Henry and Nyelon William who goes by the Calypso sobriquet “Lil Natty and Thunder” and members of the Spicemas Cooperation during a short presentation ceremony at the Cooperation office in Lagoon Road last Friday, Huggins Representative George Cherribin said it is the hope of his company that this year would see the emergence of a new trend, that would allow greater visibility to the Carnival Road March King.

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SCHOLAR Tops List at Calypso Semifinals

Findley Jeffery – “the Scholar”, according to the judges, topped the list of performances among the nineteen calypsonians who braced the stage at last Sunday’s Melody/Papitette Calypso Semi Finals held at the Victoria Park in St. Andrews.

 The veteran calypsonian, one of two in Grenada who can boast of having seven titles or more beneath his belt, amassed a total of 503 points with his two selections – “Clip my Wings” and “Take Jab.” Scholar’s performance was done with one of his legs in cast and this was not part of his props. He told the crowd that he actually damaged his leg days before the semi final, but refused to let it stand as a reason for missing out on Carnival 2016. 

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