No matter where you are – in Trinidad, the Caribbean region, or across the Caribbean diaspora – it’s almost impossible to ignore the heavy Carnival vibrations in the air. The heart beats in the bosom of Trinidad’s capital, Port of Spain.
To take you right into the thick of things is the latest edition of the Caribbean Beat (#119: January/February 2013), which is on Caribbean Airlines and Air Jamaica planes; in the mail (or already delivered!) to subscribers; and online, where you can also access a complete flip-book of the current issue - free! Read more
Got your copy of the 2013 Discover Trinidad & Tobago yet? If not, as we say in T&T, “Yuh sticking.” If you have, then you know that Giancarlo Lalsingh was the one who photographed the gorgeous scarlet ibis on our cover.
“Discover is a great publication put together by a great team of people and I’m proud to be a small part of it,” he told us. Read more
If we were asked to come up with a way to combine a healthful hike with historical tidbits, we couldn’t have done better than the Hike Barbados programme. Run by the Barbados National Trust, Hike Barbados takes locals and visitors on three-hour treks across the island to enjoy the open air and learn more about the island’s history. Read more
We have a weakness for indigenous arts and culture, so it is our pleasure to support the return of these “salty ladies” to the Trinidad stage as Tony Hall’s celebrated play JEAN AND DINAH is revived this weekend at the Little Carib Theatre.