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  • Gold Cup: Honduras scores in stoppage time to beat El Salvador 1-0

    MIAMI GARDENS — Honduras is through to the knockout stage of the Gold Cup after downing neighbor El Salvador 1-0 with a stoppage time stunner. Jorge Claros brought the pro-Honduras crowd of 28,713 at Sun Life Stadium to a frenzy when he fooled...
  • Copa Oro 2013: Trinidad y Tobago vs. México en cuartos de final (calendario de juegos)

    Copa Oro 2013: Trinidad y Tobago vs. México en cuartos de final (calendario de juegos)
      Trinidad y Tobago, quien dio la sorpresa del Grupo B al superar a Honduras, 2-0, en el último partido de la tercera jornada de la duodécima edición de la Copa Oro de la Concacaf, se enfrentará a México en los cuartos de final que se jugará este sábado...
  • Local beauty Renee Bhagwandeen dishes about "America's Next Top Model"

    Local beauty Renee Bhagwandeen dishes about "America's Next Top Model"
    Lauderdale Lakes’ Renee Bhagwandeen wasn’t thinking about auditioning for “America’s Next Top Model” or meeting Tyra Banks. “I was sick,” says the 24-year-old model, who was born in Trinidad-Tobago. “I...
  • Hawaii Battles for Film Production With Incentives

    "Godzilla" paid a visit to Hawaii's Waikiki Beach on the island of Oahu in early July, strewing thousands of cubic yards of debris across the sand, from large chunks of cement and bricks (carved from foam) to sinks and bathroom fixtures. Less than 30...
  • Three Far-Flung French Islands Offer Rebates, Resources

    GUADELOUPE Boasting scenic volcanoes, over 500 waterfalls, 64 churches and postcard-worthy beaches -- not to mention a gritty industrial zone -- Guadeloupe is quickly becoming the most popular shooting location in the French Caribbean. As an overseas...
  • Fiji Boasts Incentives and Irresistible Extras

    Fiji is far from unknown in Hollywood. Its tropical mix of palm trees, crystal blue waters, coral reefs and white sand beaches has been featured prominently in projects ranging from the 2000 Tom Hanks movie "Cast Away" to the 2007 season of CBS'...
  • Trinidad and Tobago Offer Tax Rebates That Top Out at 50%

    The two small, photogenic Caribbean islands of Trinidad and Tobago offer a very competitive film rebate on a sliding scale: spend $100,000 to $499,999 and get a 12.5% rebate; spend $500,000 to $999,999 and get 15%; and spend $1 million to $3 million for a...
  • 'The Walking Dead' Showrunner Glen Mazzara Looks Past AMC Hit

    "The Walking Dead" is watched by more viewers than any other scripted program in cable television. Glen Mazzara was its showrunner. Some wouldn't expect that second sentence to be in the past tense, but it is. More than ever before, TV's top showrunners...
  • From 'Lovelace' to Lohan: Hollywood Gets in Bed With Porn Biz

    Hollywood has mostly depicted the porn biz as tawdry at best, and positively hazardous to one's health at worst. "Lovelace," debuting in theaters and via video-on-demand on Aug. 9, with Amanda Seyfried in the eponymous role of "Deep Throat" star Linda...
  • Vin Diesel's One Race Org Gives Dominican Film Industry a Boost

    Eight years ago, Vin Diesel's quest to make "Hannibal" opened the door to another passion. Searching the world for a place where he could film live elephants, Diesel flew to the Dominican Republic to scout locations. While Diesel was there, then-president...
  • A 99th birthday at the 99 Cents Only Store

    A 99th birthday at the 99 Cents Only Store
    Emelia De-Four, who is 99, grew up poor in Trinidad and Tobago. She was one of 16 children and got only three years of schooling. She had 11 children of her own and she raised them with few creature comforts. She sewed clothes for them out of flour...
  • Trinidad Carnival Costumes In Hartford

    Trinidad Carnival Costumes In Hartford
    “Mas: Costumes from Hartford’s West Indian Community will open Thursday, Aug. 22, at a reception from 5 to 7 p.m. at the Institute for Community Research Gallery at 2 Hartford Square West, 146 Wyllys St., in Hartford. The exhibit will be up...