Archive for January 30th, 2015

Michael Franti. Photograph courtesy Jesse Cutler/Six Degrees Records

Meet the next generation

Meet the next generation.

Chaguaramas is the largest yacht service centre in the Caribbean. Photograph courtesy CrewsInn

Chaguaramas: Welcome to Yatch City

In less than a decade, Chaguaramas has become the largest yacht service centre in the Caribbean. Jeremy Taylor explains why.

Illustration by Jason Jarvis

A Riposte to Racism

James Ferguson on John Jacob Thomas’s Froudacity.

Photograph courtesy the Tourism and Hospitality Association of Guyana

Beat destination: Guyana

Bordered by Venezuela, Brazil and Suriname, Guyana is the only English- speaking country on the South American continent. This is a land of massive rivers and waterfalls, dense rainforest and mountains, an eco-traveller's paradise. And there's bargain shopping too: wicker furniture, gold jewellery, hardwood household articles and lots of collectible antique bottles.

Upbeat (March/April 2002)

Upbeat (March/April 2002)

New music from the Caribbean.

Discover the French Caribbean

The Caribbean on the web.

How could you resist? Photograph by Marlon Rouse

Food without frills

The Breakfast Shed at the Port of Spain dock: cheap, tasty meals. BC Pires tells us more.

Carnival time again

Michael Goodwin shares some internet websites that deal with Trinidad & Tobago Carnival.

New music from the Caribbean

New music from the Caribbean

A roundup of new tunes in the Caribbean.

Politricks and power

Politricks and power

James Ferguson on Ruler in Hiroona: A West Indian Novel by G. C. H. Thomas.