Author: Mark Lyndersay

Immerse, Culture, Music, People, Trinidad and Tobago

Bunji Garlin: send dem riddim crazy

From the mid-1980s through the early 90s, Jamaican dub, and later dancehall, dominated the musical landscape in Trinidad and Tobago outside...

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Culture, Travel, Lifestyle, United States

Miami: SoBe Exciting

A phalanx of tall hotels seems to bunch right up against the golden shoreline, a glass wall of hospitality suites, running north as far as...

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Culture, Festivals and Events, Trinidad and Tobago

Behind the Trinidad Carnival curtain

Any conversation about Carnival in Trinidad and Tobago inevitably turns to the excitement and colour of Monday and Tuesday, the indelible...

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Culture, Festivals and Events, Trinidad and Tobago

Carnival captured

Carnival is colour, the old cliché goes. Carnival is music. Carnival is bacchanal. Movement. Energy. Art. Excitement. “The greatest show...

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Culture, Arts, People, Trinidad and Tobago

A gentle DEW: remembering Dunstan Williams

It seems strange that a man who spent decades in the public eye should be so successful at being invisible, but Dunstan E. Williams, far...

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Culture, Travel, Lifestyle, St. Lucia

Hit the road in St. Lucia

GO WEST, OLD MAN St Lucia’s west coast road, heading south, is narrow and winding, twisting its way up and down as it hugs unforgiving...

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Culture, Travel, Arts, Lifestyle, Trinidad and Tobago

The Queen’s Park Savannah: heart of a city

If you stand in downtown Port of Spain — the hectic, pulsing business centre of Trinidad — and start walking north, you’ll get to the...

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Culture, Literature, Jamaica

Slices of time

Seasons of Dance: The Story of Jamaican Dance Theatre, by Monica DaSilva, with a foreword by Rex Nettleford (Macmillan Caribbean, ISBN...

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