Author: Nazma Muller

Engage, Food and Cuisine, Trinidad and Tobago

Time to Grow | Green

In recent years, a handful of NGOs in Trinidad and Tobago have worked to set up community-based agriculture initiatives, both to provide healthier food options and to make local communities more self-sufficient. It’s a movement that has become even more relevant in the time of COVID-19, writes Nazma Muller, as food security becomes crucial

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Arrive, Travel, The Bahamas

Back to the Bahamas | Explore

When the Bahamas was hit by Hurricane Dorian last year, the images of destruction horrified people around the world. But, severe as the damage was, only a small part of the archipelago nation was affected, and one of the best ways to help with recovery efforts is to spend tourist dollars there, explains Nazma Muller

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Immerse, Music, People, Jamaica

Koffee: Strong and sweet | Backstory

Dancehall’s latest sensation, nineteen-year-old Koffee, is captivating fans across the globe with her vibesy toasting, catchy riddims, and cheeky lyrics. Nazma Muller reports on the pint-sized Jamaican phenomenon with the relentlessly positive attitude

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Embark, Festivals and Events

Need to know | Events calendar (May/June 2019)

Essential info to help you make the most of May and June across the Caribbean — from motorsports in Barbados to a pineapple festival in the Bahamas and a marathon in Tobago

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Immerse, Theatre and Dance, People, History, Cuba

Alicia Alonso: forever prima | Backstory

How did Havana come to be one of the world’s leading centres of classical ballet? Nazma Muller tells the story of prima donna assoluta Alicia Alonso, and her influence on generations of Cuban dancers

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Immerse, Music, Film and Television, People, Jamaica

The inimitable Grace Jones | Backstory

She’s an instantly recognisable icon of music and fashion, with a forty-year career in the limelight. And the inimitable Grace Jones is Jamaican to the core, says Nazma Muller

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Immerse, Music, People, Jamaica

Skip Marley: “I’m not trying to fill his shoes” | Own words

Twenty-one-year-old Skip Marley, grandson of the legendary Bob, on growing up in Jamaica’s musical royal family, his hopes for stardom, and the message of his songs, for his own and every other generation — as told to Nazma Muller

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Lifestyle, People

Bonnie Prince Charlie’s Jugs

I was on my way back from my lunch-time serving of  torture at the gym (hey, you would put on 15 pounds in six months too if you moved...

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