Keishaun Julien – Tobago’s Steelpan Icon
Keishaun Julien is an icon in the making. Known for his ever-so-often viral steelpan videos on social media, Keishaun hails from the beautiful isle of Tobago. At 21 years old, Mr. Julien has established his brand...
Biotechnology in the Caribbean Basin
Biotechnology stems from biology, the study of life and uses the discoveries of living organisms and biological processes which are then enhanced or evolved to new products. The ability to discover, acquire knowledge and...
A Lightning Bolt from the Caribbean Blue
The crowd at the IAAF World Championships at the Olympic Stadium in London held their collective breath; for the final time, they were about to see “Lightning” strike in the same place. Having announced himself...
Celebrating Women: International Women’s Week 2018
Women. Everywhere. pushes rights agenda in T&T.
My Barbados Travel Journal
Barbados’ British colonial history breathes everywhere you turn.
Not Another Chocolate Story
The best chocolate has been made in a lab by a cocoa scientist.
The Importance of Food Security (Part 1)
In 1996 the World Food Summit defined ‘food security' as a state where people have, at all times, access to sufficient, safe and nutritious food that they may maintain an active and healthy lifestyle....
I Remember that Time
I remember one Easter Night in Mayaro when my brother and I had to go to church. We were living at the central Mayaro district called Quarters and the Catholic church was about three...
Lévé: Love is in the Air
Nestled in the hills of Arnos Vale, Tobago overlooking the Caribbean Sea lies Villa Being; the home of Lévé - the luxurious event that showcases Caribbean lifestyle at its very best. Now in its...
Is STEM The Caribbean’s Key To Success?
STEM can effectively make or break a successful modern economy. With that in mind, where then does the Caribbean stand in all this?