Author: Caroline Taylor

Music, Reviews, Theatre and Dance

Taking flight: Bird of Night

There is a sketch next to Trinidadian Dominique Le Gendre’s Bird of Night programme note which captures graphically her own complex...

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Culture, Technology, Arts, Trinidad and Tobago

A tweet in need

Much like its predecessors in print and broadcast media, the Internet has been derided for a host of apocalyptic shortcomings. But in...

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Culture, Literature, Business, People, Trinidad and Tobago

Jeremy Taylor on 20 years of Caribbean Beat

I never thought of making a career out of it. I hadn’t even heard of freelance journalism back in the 70s. Even now, somehow I can’t...

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Music, Theatre and Dance, People, Trinidad and Tobago

Heather Headley: a star with her feet on the ground

In 2000, news spread about a Trinidad-born actress making waves on Broadway. Her command of her emotions made you sure that her onstage...

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Culture, Environment, Lifestyle, Trinidad and Tobago

SOS: Saving Tobago’s turtles

It’s 4 am. Weary volunteers from Save Our Sea Turtles (SOS Tobago) have been patrolling the beaches since 8 pm the night before, ensuring...

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Arts and Architecture, Culture, History, Trinidad and Tobago

Saving the soul of the city

The Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception is one of the most impressive historical landmarks in Trinidad & Tobago’s capital of Port...

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