Culture, Sports, Festivals and Events

Caribbean Football: Who the Cup Fits

For a small country, a national sports team is a potent symbol, a repository of civic dreams and aspirations. If that team happens to be a...

Read More

Culture, Sports, People, Canada, Trinidad and Tobago

Trinidad’s Stephen Ames: Seeing Green

Chaguaramas Public Golf Course on Trinidad’s north-west peninsula. A still, sultry February afternoon. Vultures wheel lazily under a...

Read More

Culture, Sports, People, Barbados

Barbados’ Obadele Thompson

His name is Yoruba, meaning “The King arrives at Home,” and for Obadele Thompson, the 22-year-old Olympic runner, it will be an uneasy...

Read More

Culture, Sports, Festivals and Events, US Virgin Islands

Taking on the America’s Cup

Out of a late-night drinking session in the island of St Thomas came a most challenging proposition. Shooting the breeze during the annual...

Read More

Culture, Sports, Lifestyle

By Any Other Name

“Tooth Pick”, “Groover”, “Fruit-T”, “Tangles”, “Iron Gloves”, “Dog”, “Little Master” may sound like horses...

Read More

Culture, Sports

More than Life or Death: CLR James’ Beyond a Boundary

It was Bill Shankley, the manager of Liverpool Football Club, who once famously said that football wasn’t really a matter of life or...

Read More

Culture, Sports, Festivals and Events

Fields of Dreams

The International Test Cricket season is always awaited with eagerness by cricket-mad West Indians. And with the top-rated Aussies as...

Read More

Culture, Sports, People, Trinidad and Tobago

Doing It Dwight: Tobago’s Dwight Yorke

The story of the young boy plucked from the beaches of Tobago against his mother’s wishes to join the uncertain world of English football...

Read More

Funding provided by the 11th EDF Regional Private Sector Development Programme Direct Support Grants Programme.
The views expressed on this website are those of the the authors and do not reflect those of the Direct Support Grants Programme.