And with that, Caribbean Beat is at issue #130: the final issue of 2014, all new now for November/December. The new issue is now available in full as always on our new website, and of course on Caribbean Airlines and Air Jamaica planes! Blessings for the festive season, everyone. And make sure to subscribe to our newsletter or follow us on Facebook to keep up to date on the latest from Caribbean Beat and MEP!
We’re now in the final four months of 2014, and accordingly Caribbean Beat is out with a new issue (#129!). It is now available in full on our new website, and of course on Caribbean Airlines and Air Jamaica planes! To all in Trinidad & Tobago, have a wonderful Independence Day holiday!
July/August vacation? July/August holidays? Mid-year holidays? Summer? (We have thoughts about that if you don’t live in North America or Europe…) Or just plain July and August…? However you call this time of year — with events, festivals, and lots of families travelling and taking holidays as school’s out — what it means for us at Caribbean Beat is that a brand new issue (#128!) is now available on our new website, and of course on Caribbean Airlines and Air Jamaica planes!
“An explosion of the arts” is how the Trinidad and Tobago Coalition of Services Industries (TTCSI) is branding its inaugural Street Arts Festival (SAF), which is set for 20–22 June, 2014. The goal of the Festival is to showcase the islands’ creative industries, ranging from the visual arts, to music, heritage arts, performing arts, fashion, and film.
The TTCSI believes that internationally, street arts festivals have proven to be successful in the development of their nations’ creative industries, and the inaugural Festival aims to showcase Trinidad & Tobago’s finest.
The SAF also coincides with Trinidad & Tobago’s celebration of Port of Spain’s hundredth anniversary as a city, and will be partnering with the Port of Spain City Corporation to mark the occasion. Read more