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Have any of you ever wondered what life in T&T was like before the war?

Patrick S. Castagne composed the words of the national anthem in 1962.

The National Flag was designed by the Independence Committee and  selected to be used as the National Flag in 1962.

The Chaconia is called 'Wild Poinsettia' or 'Pride of Trinidad and Tobago.' It is named in honour of the last Spanish Governor of Trinidad and Tobago, Don José María Chacón.

The steelpan is a musical instrument indigenous to Trinidad and Tobago.

The Coat of Arms was designed by a Committee formed in 1962 to select the symbols that would be representative of the people of Trinidad and Tobago. Noted artist Carlisle Chang and designer George Bailey were among those on the Coat of Arms Committee

The Scarlet Ibis and Cocrico are T&T's National Birds.

Carnival band launch season kicked off in style as would-be masqueraders were seduced by shimmer and lace.

The Ministry of Community Development, Culture and the Arts continued their Brown Bag concert series at the National Library and Information Services building in downtown Port of Spain.

Success Stars Gems

The name Success Stars Pan Sounds may seem familiar to all the pan enthusiasts out there. However, for those who don’t know, SSPS is the steelband of the Success Laventille Secondary School, which has won several Junior Panorama titles in the past.

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