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My Trinidad: Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow – March 2024

By Margaret Syne

Easter and Literature

It is here for you to read about some of our main men of MyT participating in the 26 Annual Literature simple recipe for hot cross buns to enjoy over the Easter holidays.

Margaret Syne Publisher’s Note Week 2024, on 11– 15 March at the UWI. Included is a synopsis of Trini culture in more ways than one. There are musings in a teacup and the display of grit and determination of a local model/ beauty queen. You will enjoy an interesting six-minute history lesson along with the critique of a timeless ‘top of the chart’ hit.

Move along to our Trini folklore of nocturnal creatures and the tragic love story of The Ghost of Macaulay Pt 2. We have a child’s story, wonderful photos of SW Trinidad, avifauna and the scenic Columbus Bay.

We continue with Pt 2 of a village soap opera, which features a helpful but lusting teacher, together with a MyT can now be found on Caribbean News Global (CNG). This is a platform for Caribbean affairs, news, strategic communication and related services with a global dimension.

In this month of March, we celebrate International Women’s Day on Friday 8. This year’s theme: ‘Count Her In Accelerating Gender Equality Through Economic Empowerment’ All the Best to women the world over!

Maha Shivratri Friday 8, Holi 25 Good Friday 29 Spiritual/Shouter Baptist Liberation Day Saturday 30 Easter Sunday 31. It is also our local Kite season in Trinidad and Easter sports in most communities.

Be mindful of Rip Tides and rough seas at our lovely beaches. Keep your eyes on the kids!

Have a Happy and Safe Easter Vacation!

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