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Tag Archives: Tobago

  1. Carnival Concierge unleashes a premium travel experience for Travellers to live Carnival 2014

    Following a successful inaugural 2013 Trinidad and Tobago Carnival travel tour, professional travel management company Carnival Concierge LLC is gearing up to once again serve international festival lovers and first-timers an unparalleled vacation package during the 2014 edition of the ‘Greatest Show on Earth‘. The New York based boutique travel coordination company is the brain […]

    October 2, 2013Events, MusicNo comments
  2. Kaj Designs Donates Signature Items For Silent Auction At Legends Beyond: Tobago Fashion House Takes A Philanthropic Focus In Aid Of Breast Cancer Following Successful Showing At Fashion Festival Bali

    In Kaj Designs‘ latest philanthropic venture, the Tobago brand, has donated two signature garments for auction at the celebrity charity event, Legends Beyond, which takes place this Thursday September 19, 2013 in Los Angeles. The gala event, which celebrates the birthday of legendary jazz artist, Freda Payne, will also honour Grammy nominated artist, Howard McCrary […]

    September 18, 2013FashionNo comments
  3. Tobagonian Design House Prepares For The International Launch Of Its Latest Resort Collection, “Tribu Sauvage”

    Since the 2010 launch of Kaj Designs‘ resort line, Tobago’s premier fashion house has worked steadfastly to position itself as a global leader in Caribbean fashion. Led by the dynamic partnership of President/Creative Director, Kevin Ayoung-Julien, and CEO/Director, Liza Miller, this year the brand is focused on growing its export potential and generating international sales. […]

    May 1, 2013FashionNo comments
  4. THE TOBAGO TOURISM AND HOSPITALITY INSTITUTE ATTAINS HOSPITALITY ASSURED CERTIFICATION

    The Tobago Hospitality and Tourism Institute (THTI) has, as part of its vision, to be a catalyst for change and the hub for all tourism training and certification programmes on the island. It has now taken a major step toward change while obtaining one of the most sort-after tourism and hospitality certifications in the region. […]

    May 24, 2012Education, TravelNo comments
  5. Celebrate a 1st Decade Of Caribbean Jazz At Trinidad’s 10th Annual Jazz Artists On The Greens #trinidad #jazz #music #concert

    Energies are high at Production One Limited as preparations move into top gear for its 10th anniversary edition of Jazz Artists on the Greens (JAOTG) on The Greens at Farm Road, St. Joseph on Saturday 24 March 2012. In the spirit of celebration and reminiscence, Production One will highlight some of the fondest memories of the […]

    March 19, 2012Music, TravelNo comments
  6. Virgin Atlantic Confirms Commitment to Caribbean

    Virgin Atlantic Director of Commercial and Revenue Planning, Edmond Rose, today reiterated the airline’s strong commitment to its Caribbean network, and announced that from next summer it will be bringing more high-end leisure travellers to the region. The airline is a major driver of tourism revenue in the Caribbean, flying over 750,000 passengers between the […]

    September 21, 2011Featured, TravelNo comments
  7. NEW YORK’S LABOR DAY WEEKEND A SUCCESS THANKS TO DIGICEL

    Digicel, mobile operator in the Caribbean, Central America and the Pacific, ensured New York’s Labor Day weekend festivities were even better this year with its support of the West Indian-American Labor Day Carnival and Parade, Reggae, Rhythm and Blues Concert, Pre-Labor Day Fest and the finals of the Digicel Caribbean Cup New York. In particular, […]

    September 10, 2011Featured, TravelNo comments
  8. Trinidadian Charity Hosts The Second Annual Shashamane Trinidad & Tobago Benefit And Auction

    On Sunday August 21, 2011, the Trinidad and Tobago arm of the charitable organisation, Shashamane Sunrise, will shine a light on the creativity of Trinidad and Tobago at the second annual Shashamane T&T Benefit and Auction. Fashion will take centre stage at the Hyatt Regency Hotel as Trinidad and Tobago’s premier fashion designers and foremost […]

    August 18, 2011Fashion, Featured, TravelNo comments
  9. Tobago’s Premier Fashion Label Launches In The French Caribbean

    Tobago’s premier fashion house, Kaj Designs, marked an historic milestone with the launch of the label in the French Caribbean island of Guadeloupe. To introduce this new market to the brand, Kaj’s executive team headed by Creative Director, Kevin Ayoung-Julien, and General Manager, Liza Miller, hosted a private sale and showing at Guadeloupe’s exclusive Caribbean […]

    June 12, 2011Fashion, Featured, TravelNo comments
  10. “Fete with the Saints 2011” – A true Trini success!

    The recent annual, all inclusive soiree ‘Fete with the Saints’ evoked a spirit of supreme festivity on the grounds of Saint Mary’s College, more popularly known as CIC (College of the Immaculate Conception). The prestigious college which has produced some of the country’s most notable citizens such as Sir Solomon Hochoy, former President Sir Ellis […]

    February 22, 2011Events, Music, Review1 comment
  11. Radical Regatta: Tobago’s new tourism tool

    The 2011 edition of the Tobago Carnival Regatta is in full swing as locals and foreigners converge on Pigeon Point Beach to witness fantastic displays of extreme athleticism. The region’s most youthful Regatta kicks off this weekend and will feature 3 days of supreme action and excitement in particular with the highly anticipated Windsurfing and […]

    February 19, 2011Travel1 comment
  12. Tobago Carnival Regatta… Breaking down boundaries in 2011

    Fans of water based sports have been buzzing with excitement about the 2011 edition of the Caribbean’s most revolutionary regatta. Pigeon Point Tobago will once again feel the pulsating energy as the youngest, fastest and most radical Tobago Carnival Regatta returns to ignite the sister isle from February 18th-20th 2011. For the past 28 years […]

    February 9, 2011Featured, SportsNo comments
  13. Tobago’s Premier Fashion Label Offers A Blow-Out Sale For Trinidad And Tobago’s 2011 Carnival Season

    Kaj Designs, Tobago’s premier fashion label, launched its annual Carnival promotion with a 50% sale that kicked off on Monday January 10, 2011. Trinidad and Tobago’s Carnival socialites will enjoy this season-long discount off select pieces from the 2010/2011 Kaj Resort collection, Shore Culture. Reflecting the sun-kissed iridescence of its Caribbean landscape, Kaj’s first-ever resort […]

    January 12, 2011Culture, Fashion, ReviewNo comments
  14. Trinidadian Comedienne feels Tobago Government not using correct strategy for UK Tourism Crime-Victims: Too Kind is Too Much, according to Rachel Price

    A British couple who was viciously attacked in Tobago last year…beaten, chopped by a bandit, have threatened to make others boycott Tobago. And THEN FURTHER attacked by our Health care system {the wife even claims a nurse threatened her refuse her sister’s visit and generally treated her with scorn}… And THEN FURTHER degraded by our […]

    December 29, 2010TravelNo comments
  15. “St. Mary’s College: 150 years of National Service,” celebrates Milestone anniversary via well-crafted documentary

    Famed Port-Of-Spain secondary school Saint Mary’s College, more popularly known as CIC, (College of the Immaculate Conception) will be celebrating its 150th anniversary in 2012. In commemoration of this auspicious occasion Forward Ever Films will be producing the documentary entitled “St. Mary’s College: 150 years of National Service”. This one of a kind film venture […]

    December 4, 2010Featured, NewsNo comments
  16. BARBADOS HIT BY HURRICANE TOMAS, Part 1 – VIDEO FROM “FireFromJah”

    This is raw footage, from Hurricane Tomas, heading towards the other islands – St.Lucia & St. Vincent, with Jamaica looming in its path now, so check the weather damage, Parts 2 & 3 will be uploaded soon.

    November 1, 2010Featured, Nature, Nature, Video GalleryNo comments
  17. First Annual Caribbean Fine Art Fair (CaFA Fair) to be held in Barbados: March 31-April 3, 2011

    For the first time in the English speaking Caribbean forty-five galleries of paintings, sculpture, photography, fine art jewelry, drawings and original limited edition prints, exploring the cultural traditions of the Caribbean will be on view at the Lloyd Erskine Sandiford Conference Center in Barbados, from March 31- April 3, 2011. Though long known for its […]

    August 7, 2010Arts1 comment
  18. Champers Art Gallery – Martin Superville “New Paintings” Dec 5th 2009 {SHAMELESS PLUG}

    You are invited to the opening of the Martin Superville Show on the 5th of December 2009. It is displayed at the Champers Restaurant branch of the On The Wall Gallery.For further information please contact us at 438 9246.Look forward to seeing you there!

    November 15, 2009PaintingNo comments
  19. Arena: ArtsEtc’s. Linda Deane assesses Dramaworks’ revival of Derek Walcott’s Pantomime [Attn, PG-13: Language, Adult Situations]

    {NB – Credit due where credit deserved, my profound gratitude to Linda Deane of ArtsEtc for stepping in when my ankle could not, this is her view on the Pantomime gala at FCH last week; PLUS – All pix by William Cummins} IT was like being entertained by two matadors. Frank Collymore Hall was the […]

    March 18, 2009Arts, Featured, ReviewNo comments
  20. Martin Superville exhibition in Holetown – Sensual Pre-Raphaelite Ladies in Modern Trini garb

    Martin Superville’s works are still on display at the Holetown branch of the On The Wall Gallery, he is a Sagittarian who hails from Tobago, and has an askew view as to what can be deemed assertive in a female from TT;- Self-taught, Martin Superville began painting professionally in 1988. His medium of choice is […]

    March 3, 2009Arts, Galleries, Review1 comment