Topic Tag: Miami

Embark, Festivals and Events

Datebook | Events calendar (Mar/Apr 2018)

Events around the Caribbean in March and April, from Guyana’s Easter Regatta to Carnival in Jamaica and St Patrick’s Day in Montserrat

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Travel, Culture, Lifestyle, United States, Caribbean Diaspora

Miami after Hurricane Andrew: business as usual

It’s easier to find fried plantains than a good corned beef sandwich. Cricket and soccer leagues flourish in the parks; on the radio,...

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Embark, Festivals and Events

Caribbean Datebook (November/December 2015)

Don’t miss . . . Season of lights From Divali in Guyana, Suriname, and Trinidad and Tobago to Christmas all over the region, the final...

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Arrive, Travel, Culture, Lifestyle, United States

Florida: state of sunshine

SHELL ISLANDS There’s always something special about strolling down a beach and coming across a gorgeously formed and coloured seashell....

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Culture, United States, Guyana, Trinidad and Tobago

Island Beat (September/October 2000)

UWI fete for Miami Carnival It’s official. The UWI fete is coming to Miami. This is a chance for Caribbean people in the United...

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Culture, Travel, Lifestyle, United States

Miami: SoBe Exciting

A phalanx of tall hotels seems to bunch right up against the golden shoreline, a glass wall of hospitality suites, running north as far as...

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Culture, Festivals and Events, Trinidad and Tobago

Trinidad Carnival Diary: Carnival 365 days a year

At the age of five, Saucy Diva donned her first costume, and though she preferred Wonder Woman to the clown costume her mother chose, she...

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Arrive, Travel, Culture, Lifestyle, United States

Miami is an island

Time for a geography quiz: name a Caribbean city famous for its eponymous beach and its palm-lined avenues, its picturesque Bahamas-style...

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