Don’t miss the latest issues of Caribbean Beat

The September/October issue (#153)   On the cover is Bemner Suse — a member of Guyana’s Wai-Wai community — at his home in Konashen. In Guyana, home to one of…

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Barbados Food & Rum Festival 2018 focuses on local chefs and mixologists

It was a swanky and sumptuous affair at Hugo’s restaurant last Thursday as the Barbados Tourism Marketing Inc (BTMI) announced the details of the 2018 Barbados Food & Rum Festival…

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WATCH THIS launched for ICC Women’s World T20 2018

Hundreds party in the streets as the Caribbean region prepares for its first major ICC event since 2010 20-foot giant cricket bats to showcase tournament details in host countries The first-ever…

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Caribbean Beat issue 151 takes a walk down the aisle this May/June 2018

And it’s May! On the cover of our May/June 2018 issue of Caribbean Beat (#151), we commemorate Indian Arrival Day across the region: Guyana (5 May), Trinidad and Tobago (30…

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The 150th issue of Caribbean Beat

In March/April 2017, Caribbean Beat marked its 25th anniversary. That came just a year after we at MEP celebrated our 25th anniversary (and the silver anniversary of Beat‘s sister publication,…

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Job openings: Business Development Representatives for Trinidad

MEP is expanding our media sales team So, we’re hiring dynamic and resourceful Business Development Representatives to service Trinidad and the Caribbean diaspora for specific assigned markets and publications. MEP…

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A new champion is crowned at the Angostura® Global Cocktail Challenge

The latest Carnival tunes seem to be coming from everywhere. It’s Carnival Sunday and Port of Spain is bursting with energy. Accents from near and far can be heard at The House of Angostura as eleven bartenders from around the world compete in the Angostura® Global Cocktail Challenge.

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Zante Dancers dance down the aisle of the movie theatre before the 7:30pm screening of Black Panther

Tobago celebrates Black Panther’s Winston Duke and Sekani Solomon

The Division of Tourism, Culture & Transportation fetes the Tobagonians involved in Black Panther The Division of Tourism, Culture & Transportation (DOTCT) of the Tobago House of Assembly (THA) hosted…

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Issue #149 of Caribbean Beat reaches for the sky this January/February 2018

Happy new year! We hope 2018 has begun well for you. With our new January/February issue of Caribbean Beat (#149), we bring our 25th anniversary year to a close…and prepare…

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Taste the Exquisite: The Barbados Food & Rum Festival 2017

From coast to coast on the island of Barbados, there’s charm, enthusiasm, and pride about its rum and cuisine. Colourful rum shops appear everywhere — with churches almost always in…

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