Home' Trinidad and Tobago Guardian : May 3rd 2013 Contents 4 Friday, May 3, 2013 • Issue 86
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It's all about Austin "SuperBlue"
Lyons' Water and Powder J'ouvert
Band at the Point Fortin Borough Day
celebrations this weekend. Said to be
the biggest J'ouvert band ever to grace
this community, the band will host at
least 800 patrons for this festivity.
"Being an all-Inclusive, participation
fees are priced at TT$400 with break-
fast and drinks being served," said
Charles Olivier, Super's Manager. Pa-
trons will also be given a t-shirt along
with a bandana, glow stick and powder.
"Added to the experience that you
should not miss are several music trucks
and artistes," he revealed.
Born and bred in the community,
Super explained that all his love is for
the villagers because they have always
supported and loved him. Therefore,
every year as a rule, he appears at dif-
ferent venues to perform without being
asked. He has always felt the need to
give back to his hometown and this is
one of the ways he showed it. This year
will be even more special since the festi-
val will be celebrated in his name and he
has already released a Pan single enti-
tled Borough Day to mark the event.
Point Fortin 2013 promises to be the
liveliest since Point Fortin's Mayor Clyde
Paul has declared today as 'SuperBlue
Day'. To celebrate, Vibe CT 105 with
TUCO will be presenting the 2013 Road
March winner with his brand new car
and challenge trophy at 10 am at the
Victor Chin Kit Park, Point Fortin.
Places to look out for Super over the
• Friday - First ever Soca Monarch in Point
Fortin where Super Blue will be honoured.
• Saturday - Sunrise and Day Break at Clifton
For more information on the J'ouvert
Band you can contact:
• BBM-TT @728-2995
• Jackie Studio @762-5689
• Theo @7524412
The J'ouvert band is scheduled to meet and
leave from Coronation Park in Point Fortin.
All the support I have received today is truly inspirational. I
knew that I was choosing the road less traveled but I'm not
walking it alone
Shane Rizzy Gibson
How do you deal with disappointment... when that
one thing you've prayed for over and over doesn't
come to pass? You remember the many things God
delivered on, even without you asking Him once for it,
and you continue to believe.
So you made a mistake? It's ludicrous to put yourself
through a guilt trip. Hopefully a lesson was learned, but
now it is time to keep...
Never said anything was right or wrong I just said I don't
understand!! Deeply sorry for anyone that I offended
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- High School
Last weekend, Metro announced
that the trinidad+tobago film festival
had scheduled a dynamic weekend of
free movies and live music at UWI, St.
Augustine and Adam Smith Square,
However, the unexpected arrival of a
tropical depression resulted in the can-
cellation of both events due to heavy
rainfall and flooding.
The good news is that is weekend,
the ttff will present the two Outdoor
Cinema events on Saturday and Sunday
This Saturday May 4, at UWI St. Au-
gustine, the ttff will show the supernat-
ural thriller Buck: The Man Spirit,
directed by T&T's Steven Taylor. Steven
will also be present to introduce his film.
Buck will be followed by the multiple
award-winning Brazillian film, Captains
of The Sand, which follows the life and
adventures of several abandoned street
kids known as "Capitães da Areia," in
the city of Salvador during the 1950s.
Both movies will be preceded by a
music performance by students of the
UWI Music Department. Refreshments
will be on sale. However audiences are
welcome to bring their own coolers and
refreshment, but note that no glass
bottles are containers are allowed.
This event is presented in partnership
with the UWI Film Programme.
On Sunday April, award-winning T&T-
British director Horace Ové's classic
cricket film, Playing Away, will be shown
at Adam Smith Square in Woodbrook.
The movie is a hilarious comedy about a
West Indian Cricket team in Brixton
going to play a charity game against a
team in a small English village to mark
the conclusion of their "Third World
Musical entertainment will be pro-
vided by pannist Wendell 'Jumper'
Audiences are invited to bring their
own refreshments as no vending is al-
lowed in the Square.
On both days, audiences are required
to bring their own seating. There will
also be giveaways (including seat cush-
ions) from bpTT at all the screenings.
Admission to all the events are Free.
The ttff is presented by Flow and
given leading sponsorship by bpTT and
RBC Royal Bank.
For more information, please call 621-0709 or
Designer Rhion Romany launched his Kraze collection last weekend. These models posed in the new
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