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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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Music, People, United Kingdom, Barbados, Grenada, Trinidad and Tobago

Three island songbirds | Snapshot

Nigel Campbell profiles three talented Caribbean singer-songwriters: Grenadian Sabrina Francis, Barbadian Kellie Cadogan, and British-Trinbagonian Kye De Vere

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Easter time in the islands | Round trip

Five regional travel influencers (Cindy Allman, Samantha Gittens, Shea Powell, Stephen Bennett, and Francesca Murray) share their favourite things about Easter time across the Caribbean — as told to Shelly-Ann Inniss

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As nature intended | Escape

Across the Caribbean, there are awe-inspiring reserves that allow natural ecosystems to thrive. Whether hiking, diving, wildlife watching, or just sitting quietly allowing nature to bring you back in to balance, here are five escapes for your bucket list

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With goats (or sheep) for company | Offtrack

As he spends three days roaming Carriacou and Petite Martinique — Grenada’s less-visited offshore islands — Paul Crask reflects on the islands’ histories, soaks up their charms, and muses about their futures

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Travel, Grenada

Seven Sisters waterfalls, Grenada | Parting shot

St Margaret’s waterfall affords an invigorating prelude to the famous Seven Sisters waterfalls in the Grand Etang National Park & Forest Reserve

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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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