Trinidad and Tobago

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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Homepage Slider, Festivals and Events, Trinidad and Tobago

Running with the goats (and crabs) in Tobago | Word of mouth

Tobago’s unique Easter goat and crab racing in Buccoo is one for your bucket list. Aisha Sylvester tells us why

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Film and Television, History, People, Trinidad and Tobago

Michael Cherrie: when destiny beckons | Snapshot

This March, Netflix premieres a film on the trailblazing Shirley Chisholm (who was of Barbadian and Guyanese heritage). Playing Chisholm’s Jamaican husband is Trinidad & Tobago’s own Michael Cherrie. Caroline Taylor reports

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Homepage Slider, Travel, Festivals and Events, Food and Cuisine, People, Martinique, Barbados, Grenada, Jamaica, St. Lucia, Trinidad and Tobago

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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Food and Cuisine, People, Trinidad and Tobago

The barfi queen | Cookup

Natasha Laggan — once described as the “Caribbean’s top food influencer” — has been making mouths water through her Trini Cooking with Natasha brand. Shelly-Ann Inniss learns more

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Homepage Slider, Film and Television, Music, People, United Kingdom, Trinidad and Tobago

Kingsley Ben-Adir: relishing the challenge | Snapshot

Fresh off roles in Barbie and Marvel’s Secret Invasion, Trinidadian-British actor Kingsley Ben-Adir takes on the title role in the Bob Marley: One Love biopic. Caroline Taylor reports

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Nadia Batson: “I know who I am now” | Own words

Singer and songwriter Nadia Batson on the magic of Carnival 2019; the devastation she masked through Carnival 2023; and the joy of finding her voice, and finally feeling seen — as told to Caroline Taylor

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