Destinations

Film and Television, Guadeloupe

“Vertigo is a state of anxiety bordering on madness” | Screen buzz

Jonathan Ali talks to Malaury Eloi Paisley of Guadeloupe, director of L’Homme-Vertige: Tales from a City

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Film and Television, Festivals and Events, Science, Cuba, Barbados

Word of mouth (Jul/Aug 2024)

Donna Yawching shares why you must visit the unforgettable Children’s Gallery in the Barbados Museum, then takes us inside Cuba’s Gibara International Film Festival

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Film and Television, Music, People, Jamaica

Hector Lewis: Building his own legacy | Take 5

Jamaican actor, educator, and Grammy-nominated musician Hector “Roots” Lewis made his Hollywood debut in Bob Marley: One Love earlier this year as drummer Carlton “Carly” Barrett. He reflects on his journey with Shelly-Ann Inniss

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Homepage Slider, People, Sports, Cuba, Dominican Republic, Puerto Rico, Barbados, Dominica, Grenada, Jamaica, St. Lucia, The Bahamas, Trinidad and Tobago

Games wide open | The games

With the 2024 Olympic Games set for 26 July–11 August in Paris, Terrence Clarke highlights some of the Caribbean medal hopefuls aiming to write their names into Olympic — and Caribbean — history

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Culture, Music, People, Barbados, Trinidad and Tobago

Nicholas Brancker: Beyond the “Bajan invasion” | Backstory

He’s a prolific Grammy-nominated producer, writer, musician, composer, bandleader, and “hit maker”. But Nicholas Brancker’s work and impact hasn’t yet received the recognition it deserves, writes Nigel Campbell

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People, St. Lucia

Fiona Compton: “I wanted us to feel more connected to ourselves” | Own words

St Lucian artist, photographer, filmmaker, history buff, and Know Your Caribbean founder Fiona Compton on growing up the child of a national hero, resisting social media traps, and making her own contribution to Caribbean history — as told to Shelly-Ann Inniss

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Homepage Slider, Community, People, Science, St. Kitts and Nevis

Lemme Pemberton: An army of one | Inspire

There are heroic turtle conservation efforts across the Caribbean, often started and sustained by indomitable individuals who embody the idea of being the change they want to see. And in Nevis, writes Caroline Taylor, that quiet hero is Lemuel “Lemme” Pemberton

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