Musician Andy Narell playing Trinidad and Tobago`s national instrument -- the steelpan. Photograph courtesy Andy Narell

Happenings (March/April 2009)

A round-up of current events on the Caribbean calendar.

King Konris performing One Song at the 2007/8 National Calypso Monarch competition in St Kitts-Nevis. Photograph courtesy King Konris/G Squared Arts

Konris Maynard: King of St Kitts

Garry Steckles risks the wrath of connoisseurs by anointing Konris Maynard of tiny St Kitts-Nevis the calypso monarch of the Caribbean.

The International House Museum and Edgar Challenger Library in Basseterre, St Kitts. Photograph by Hans Mallalieu

The little house of history: St Kitts’ International House Museum & Edgar Challenger Library

Sharon Millar rummages through the historical documents in a tiny museum-cum-library in St Kitts.

Superstar singer Beyoncé, one of the main attractions at Bermuda`s biggest event. Photograph courtesy The Bermuda Department Of Tourism

Happenings (September/October 2008)

A brief look at the events that will have the Caribbean buzzing in September and October.

A masquerader enjoys herself on the streets of Grenada, during the carnival celebrations. Photograph courtesy The Grenada Board of Tourism

Happenings (July/August 2008)

A brief look at the events that will have the Caribbean buzzing in July and August.

Frigate Bay Beach. Photograph by Michael Head

Seven days in St Kitts

Garry Steckles finds seven days of activities for you to do while in St Kitts and Nevis.

Several holes on the Dye Fore course sit high on the gorge, 500 feet above the beautiful Chavron River. Photograph courtesy Casa De Campo

Tee time: Caribbean golf courses

Andrew Marshall strolls around the best and most beautiful Caribbean golf courses.

Lady Saw (Marion Hall). Photograph courtesy VP Records

Lady Saw: she came, she saw

Garry Steckles becomes a Lady Saw fan at the St Kitts Music Festival.

Garry’s wife Wendy catches him sneaking out of the kitchen to grab a beer. Photograph courtesy Garry Steckles

Mine host bows out

After 13 years of drinking his rum and Coke for free, Garry Steckles makes a last toast to a St Kitts bar he founded to make his tropical island dream.

Australian batsman Michael Clarke. Photograph by Robert Taylor

Who will triumph in the Caribbean in 2007?

As the world's top cricketers gather in the Caribbean for the ICC Cricket World Cup, James Fuller looks at the strengths and weaknesses of each team.