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Caribbean Beat profiles rising jazz star Etienne Charles for latest issue

At the age of 33, Trinidadian musician and composer Etienne Charles is already considered a phenomenal talent, thanks to his gift for reinventing traditional forms and merging jazz into the…

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Anthony Bourdain explores in Port of Spain, Trinidad on 4 January 2017. Photo by David Scott Holloway, courtesy CNN

June air date for Trinidad episode of Anthony Bourdain Parts Unknown

NB: The original airing of Anthony Bourdain Parts Unknown was pre-empted due to CNN’s coverage of the terrorist attack in London on Sunday 18th. The episode will now air on…

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The Trinidad & Tobago National Culinary Team 2017

Trinidad & Tobago National Culinary Team prepares for Taste the Caribbean 2017

Last week, the Trinidad Hotels Restaurants & Tourism Association (THRTA)’s National Culinary Team began their practice dinners series, as they prepare to compete at the Caribbean Hotel & Tourism Association…

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Derek Walcott. Photo: Bruce Paddington, via Caribbean Beat magazine

Remembering Derek Walcott

This morning, the legendary St Lucian writer, Derek Walcott, passed away. Over the years, commensurate with the scope and magnitude of his work, we have covered him a great deal…

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Caribbean Beat magazine marks its 25th anniversary

In early 1992, passengers boarding planes across the Caribbean found something new in their seat-pockets: a magazine by the name of Caribbean Beat, then making its debut. A quarter-century later,…

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