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A Culture Whirl

Do not expect a homogenous blend of art, music, or theatre throughout the Caribbean. Each island has its own creative pulse and all beat in a harmonic whirl of culture.

2020 Groovy Soca Monarch Champion

2020 Groovy Soca Monarch Champion is giving the gift of “Good Energy

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From unprecedented events, a global pandemic and the subsequent “new normal”, 2020 has been a year that some Caribbean folks would deem as being filled with “bad vibes” or rather “bad energy.” However, amongst...

Gospel artistes spread ‘the good news’ with Quarantine Facebook Concert

Online concerts have been all the rage lately - and for good reason. Now that people have been ordered to stay indoors to help prevent the spread of covid-19, artistes, the world over have...

Top 10 Caribbean Festivals You Can’t Miss!

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Our dear friend Google describes a Festival as a day or period of celebration, typically for religious reasons. In the Caribbean, we take that definition, infuse it with our culture and make it our...

The Vital Link Between Tourism and Transportation

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Tourism is a multi-billion dollar global industry. It occurs internationally, regionally and even intra-nationally. This industry also happens to be a mainstay of many regional bodies in the Caribbean whether it serves as a...

Ministers praise GMATT 2020

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Minister of Communications, the Honourable Donna Cox, and Minister of Community Development, Culture and the Arts, Dr. the Honourable Nyan Gadsby-Dolly, have stamped their approval on the Gospel Music Awards Trinidad and Tobago, (GMATT),...
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Sports Tourism in the Caribbean

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Today’s definition of tourism has spread itself throughout the Caribbean in a manner which leads to entertainment through sports.
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Trinidad Carnival on a Budget

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The official countdown to the biggest event in Trinidad and Tobago is on - Carnival! Soon, visitors and locals will descend upon the streets of Port-of-Spain for “the greatest show on earth."

Make Cocoa King Again

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It’s no secret that some of the best cocoa in the world comes from Trinidad and Tobago. One of the country's local food technologist is advocating a new approach for cocoa to reclaim its former glory. 

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Afrika by Lorraine Kavedza
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CARIFESTA: An Explosion of Caribbean Culture

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  My Instagram feed during CARIFESTA was alive with colour! It was beautiful. I was thrilled to see my friends sharing images and videos showcasing various food, theatre, and artistic expressions from across the Caribbean...

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