Author: Natasha Ramnauth

Culture, Festivals and Events, Trinidad and Tobago

Phagwa: the colours of spring

Growing up in east Trinidad was always interesting, to say the least. My family was a handful of Muslims living in the midst of a largely...

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Culture, Environment, People, Trinidad and Tobago

Bernadette Coutain-Plair: Lady of the Blue and Gold

It was worth the long drive from Port of Spain to the east Trinidad hamlet of Plum Mitan, one Friday morning in March, to witness a...

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Culture, Theatre and Dance, Arts, Trinidad and Tobago

Keeping the faith: Ramleela in Trinidad

I’ve always felt fortunate to have grown up in Trinidad’s multicultural society, in the small village of El Dorado, halfway along the...

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