Contributor: Nixon Nelson

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Word of mouth (November/December 2017)

Issue 148 (November/December 2017) | 0 comments
Why Jean-Michael Basquiat is a posthumous art star, how the Sunset Festival in Trinidad is changing Caribbean dance music, and where to end 2017 with a truly big bang: Paramaribo

Word of mouth (September/October 2017)

Issue 147 (September/October 2017) | 0 comments
Hook, line, sinker: a fishing tournament in Antigua means equal parts exhilaration and exhaustion, and a one-off public holiday commemorates the First Peoples and indigenous heritage of Trinidad and Tobago

Word of mouth (September/October 2016)

Issue 141 (September/October 2016) | 0 comments
Caribbean writers star at the Brooklyn Book Festival, a new musical work remembers the Guyanese poet Martin Carter, and Trinidadians anticipate the sweet treats of Divali

Word of mouth (September/October 2015)

Issue 135 (September/October 2015) | 0 comments
The hit Broadway musical Hamilton links Caribbean and American history, and the Shakespeare in Paradise theatre festival reimagines Bahamian stories for the stage

Tip of the rock: Barbados’ north coast

Issue 135 (September/October 2015) | 0 comments
Far from the crowds of Bridgetown and the bustle of the south coast, the northern tip of Barbados is a rugged and picturesque landscape of hills and dramatic cliffs, caves and coves. It can feel almost like another island — but as Nixon Nelson finds, it’s still within easy reach