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Vincy culture on display

Vincy culture on display

Music: The United Vincie Cultural Group of Brooklyn (UVCGB) Saturday night expressed its “deep love and appreciation” to members and supporters at its annual holiday party at Miracle Temple Ministries in the Brownsville section of Brooklyn. Comment

GUYANA’S SPLENDOR

GUYANA’S SPLENDOR

Arts & Theater: With the display of spectacular costumes, the Brooklyn-based Guyana Cultural Association of New York, Inc. (GCANY) Saturday night in Brooklyn launched the jubilee celebration of Mashramani at St. Gabriel’s Golden Hall on Hawthorne Street. Comment

Soca artist appeals for more airplay

Music: He says he’s got nothing to lose. “I’ve been releasing music, recording professionally since 2005 and I’m yet to make it to mainstream radio. What do I have to lose at this point?” he rationalized. From Guayaguayare, Trinidad, one of the most persistent, hardworking vocalists in the underground Soca music industry, is bursting at the seams, urging programme directors at radio stations across Trinidad and Tobago to create better systems to accommodate the industry. Comment

NIGHT OF COMEDY

Arts & Theater: A Vincentian high school alumni group in Brooklyn will next month host an inaugural comedy show in which a “Battle of the Sexes” will be an integral part. Comment

Feel the heat as you read about authentic tales

Books: Everybody has that place. You know, that place where everyone knows you, they know what you want, and they get it for you before your coat’s half off. It’s where you can catch up on gossip and good news, w Comment

Celebrate MLK Day with a Day of Dance at Cumbe

Arts & Theater: Since 2014, Cumbe: Center for African and Diaspora Dance has opened its doors to welcome the community for a full day of dance to celebrate the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. This year we are excited to initiate 2020 with a variety of traditional and contemporary styles of dance, introducing audiences to the vast and diverse cultures of the African Diaspora. Comment

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