Destinations

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, People, Food and Cuisine, 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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Immerse, Homepage Slider, Leisure, Travel, Curacao, United States, Grenada, Barbados, Dominica, Antigua and Barbuda

The beaches we love | Round trip

It’s the time of year when so many are enjoying the region’s beaches with our families, friends — or in quiet escapes alone! Members of the Caribbean Beat team share some of our favourites

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Homepage Slider, Immerse, Music, Trinidad and Tobago

In the Groove: Phase II at 50 | Backstory

Trinidad & Tobago’s Phase II Pan Groove, founded by Len “Boogsie” Sharpe, celebrates its 50th anniversary in August. Nigel A Campbell looks back at the pioneering journey

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Immerse, Literature, People, Science, United States

Chanda Prescod-Weinstein: Griot of the universe | Snapshot

With a trailblazing Barbadian mother and CLR James for a step-grandfather, award-winning author and scientist Chanda Prescod-Weinstein shares with Erline Andrews how her Caribbean roots have shaped her success

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Immerse, Homepage Slider, Community, Environment, Trinidad and Tobago

Trinidad & Tobago’s turtles: the old girls & the sea | Inspire

Community-based organisations have made Trinidad & Tobago the most important leatherback nesting site in the hemisphere. Caroline Taylor shares how, and why you must see these beautiful creatures up close

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