The 2018 edition of the Hottest Carnival in the Caribbean – Vincy Mas was officially launched last Saturday May 5th.
A call has been made for the Carnival Development Cooperation (CDC) to return the mas component of Vincy Mas to the Victoria Park.
Parents here are being encouraged to ensure that their children as well as the schools they attend take part in the performing arts.
Christmas came early to the children living in the Rose Place area last Sunday as they were treated to a Christmas street party complete with an early visit from Santa.
The SVG Nine Morning’s Committee continues to examine ways in which to keep the National Nine Mornings festivities alive.
Steel Expressions 2017 will continue its trend in delivering excellent performances to patrons.
Nine Mornings is a christian festival and the music being played at Nine Mornings’ events across the country should reflect this fact.
Nine Junior Calypsonians from six schools will be taking part in a Calypso Competition next Wednesday at the Victoria Park.
The Pan Against Crime committee, in collaboration with the National Commission on Crime Prevention, and the RSVG Police Force, will stage a series of Pan Against Crime concerts, in a build up to its 10th anniversary, in February of 2018.
Concerns have been raised about the future of Vincy Mas and of passing on the torch of responsibility to the next generation.
The Carnival Development Corporation (CDC) worked very hard and implemented various strategies to make Vincy Mas 2017 an overall success.
The SVG Diaspora Committee of New York Inc. will host its 2nd annual St. Vincent and the Grenadines Diaspora Heritage Awards at the Friends of Crown Heights Educational Center in Brooklyn on Saturday September 16, 2017.
Hot 97.1 radio announcer, Colin “Hitman” Graham, has been suspended from his job on one month’s leave without pay.
The delegation representing St. Vincent and the Grenadines at the 2017 Carifesta (Caribbean Festival of Arts) is said to be making quite an impact at the regional arts festival.
Vincentian born international recording artiste Kevin Lyttle was not able to keep his commitment to the vincentian public in performing at the benefit concert held last Sunday evening at the Victoria Park due to a mix up with his travel arrangement.