Friday, April 26, 2019 — Roseau, Dominica – The OECS Competitive Business Unit launches the first phase of its Music Mentorship and Artistes Development Programme in Dominica with the first OECS Music Talk today Friday 26th April, at the UWI Open Campus (Dominica).Music Talk is a programme targeting emerging musical talents in the OECS, connecting musicians 30 years […]
Eight-time Calypso Monarch Dennison “Dice” Joseph did not perform at The Carnival Street Festival Friday due to a last minute decision by the Dominica Festivals Committee (DFC). Dice shared a copy of a letter he received from the DFC, on social media, just hours before the event was scheduled, which stated he was no longer […]
TORONTO, ON – This summer Toronto will come alive with the sights, sounds, and tastes of St. Lucia. The St Lucia Day Festival is the brainchild of Ross Cadasse, DJ Toxic and Candice Singh who have come together to produce this first annual event on July 22nd and 23rd July 2017. The festival will transform […]
Shani Haynes representing Massacre emerged triumphant out of a field of seven ladies to capture the ultimate prize – The Madame of Madams, in the 2016 Madame Wob Dwiyet Canada.Cultural Show. The position of 1st runner-up was taken by Marcella Durand of Petite Soufriere while Fallon Lawrence of Roseau secured the 2nd runner-up spot. A […]
Abigail Pierre representing St. Joseph swept the special awards and won the title of 2016 Ti Madame Canada, at the Ti Madame Canada Cultural Pageant held recently in Toronto, Canada. The spot of 1st runner-up was taken by Hannah Sodhi representing Grand Bay, while the 2nd runner-up position was won by Isalina Delsol representing LaPlaine. […]
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