Help Antigua & Barbuda, Anguilla, St Maarten & St Martin, the British Virgin Islands, Puerto Rico, the Turks & Caicos,… Keep readingUPDATED: How to help the Caribbean after Hurricane Irma and Hurricane Maria
Caroline is an editor and staff writer at MEP. She is also on MEP’s board of directors, and moonlights as an actor, singer, and director. She’s passionate about telling stories – on the page, on the stage, on screen – and in particular about documenting Caribbean lives and events. She’s currently trying to master unplugging from her iLife… For more: https://www.carolinentaylor.com.
Caribbean Beat‘s May/June issue (#145) looks to the next generation With our brand new May/June 2017 issue (#145), we continue… Keep readingCaribbean Beat’s latest issue highlights 25 under 25
NB: The original airing of Anthony Bourdain Parts Unknown was pre-empted due to CNN’s coverage of the terrorist attack in… Keep readingJune air date for Trinidad episode of Anthony Bourdain Parts Unknown
Last week, the Trinidad Hotels Restaurants & Tourism Association (THRTA)’s National Culinary Team began their practice dinners series, as they… Keep readingTrinidad & Tobago National Culinary Team prepares for Taste the Caribbean 2017
This 22–25 April, the Trinidad & Tobago Film Festival (TTFF) will present the inaugural Tobago Jazz Film Festival — a… Keep readingIntroducing the first ever Tobago Jazz Film Festival
In early 1992, passengers boarding planes across the Caribbean found something new in their seat-pockets: a magazine by the name… Keep readingCaribbean Beat magazine marks its 25th anniversary
The Caribbean premiere of Carnival Medea: A Bacchanal is gearing up for its third and final weekend immediately after Carnival,… Keep readingCarnival Medea returns for final two nights
It’s not often that a magazine can speak of publishing without interruption, year in, year out, for over 25 years.… Keep readingIntroducing Discover Trinidad & Tobago 2017 (issue 28)
It’s been a challenging year for many — one that’s called for reflection, innovation, and determination. And with all of the challenges we faced — not least of which was the sudden passing just weeks ago of our founding Board Secretary and dear friend, Hugh Williams (whom we remember here) — it’s also a year that calls for gratitude and appreciation, perhaps more than ever.
So thank-you to everyone who worked with us in this, our 25th anniversary year. Thank-you to all of our clients and supporters who’ve been part of Caribbean Beat, Discover Trinidad & Tobago, and Prospect Press projects — our loyal magazine subscribers and readers; our advertising and publication clients; our industry partners and vendors; our writers and photographers; our social media followers; our e-newsletter subscribers; and all the people who’ve played any part in journey this year. Extra special thanks to our dear Hugh, whose wry sense of humour, and sensible and thoughtful guidance over the years we will always cherish, and dearly miss.Keep readingWith thanks and best wishes as we close for the season 🎄