Embark, Homepage Slider, Festivals and Events

Event buzz (Jul/Aug 2022)

Essential info about what’s happening across the region to help you make the most of July and August!

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Embark, Sports

A Commonwealth quest | Sports buzz

With the Commonwealth Games set for 28 July–8 August, Terrence Clarke highlights some of the Caribbean athletes to watch

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Embark, Literature, Reviews

Book buzz | Reviews (Jul/Aug 2022)

This month’s reading picks from the Caribbean, with reviews of Habitus by Radna Fabias; A Regarded Self: Caribbean Woman-hood and the Ethics of Disorderly Being by Kaiama L. Glover; One Day, One Day, Congotay by Merle Hodge; and Josephine Against the Sea by Shakirah Bourne

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Embark, Music, Reviews

Music buzz | Reviews (Jul/Aug 2022)

This month’s listening picks from the Caribbean — featuring new music by Kobo Town; Horace Andy; Shaggy; Josean Jacobo; Dean Fraser & Ernie Ranglin; and Daniel Bellegarde

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Embark, Arts and Architecture, Grenada

Making Shakespeare Mas in Venice | Art buzz

This year, Grenada is making its fifth consecutive appearance with a national pavilion at the prestigious Venice Biennial (La Biennale di Venezia), which runs through November. We talked to artist and Grenada Pavilion Commissioner Susan Mains to learn more

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Embark, Arts and Architecture, United States

Exploring Asian-Caribbean heritage | On view

The Ford Foundation Gallery turns the spotlight on artists of Asian-Caribbean heritage

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Embark, Food and Cuisine, People, Antigua and Barbuda

Doubles with slight | Food buzz

A love match introduced South African Bridget van Dongen Cadet to doubles, Trinidad’s beloved street food. And it was an affair to remember. Some 15 years later, she and her Trini husband opened their own doubles stall — in Antigua! Shelly-Ann Inniss learns more

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