Top Five Caribbean Kite Flying Traditions around Easter

Contrary to popular belief, Caribbean kite flying traditions are very alive and making their vibrant presence known throughout the Caribbean  Easter heralds a time of cool Caribbean breezes, sunshine, and…

 
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A Chat With Provacative Trinidadian Artist-MILES REGIS

By Jason Walker   Art Miami Africa is a wonderful manifestation that has provided a space for art and artists that originate from Africa and the African Diaspora. This space…

 
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The Queen who became King; Calypso Rose always breaking barriers

   OUR AMBASSADOR5™ SERIES SHOWCASES 5 QUESTIONS/FACTS WITH A  CULTURAL AMBASSADOR  WHO IS ACTIVELY PROMOTING CARIBBEAN CULTURE THROUGHOUT THE WORLD. By Marissa Williams She does not take herself or her…

 
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Island People Mas.

    Island People Mas had their launch a few Fridays ago after the hoorah of all the other major mas bands, and the costumes look nice enough. I always…

 
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YUMA.. The Carnival Gods Have Answered Our Prayers.

This has been a year with good costumes but nothing to make me go crazy over. In fact, I was seriously doubting if I was going home for carnival, and…

 
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From locs, to weave, to self love-A Caribbean girl’s journey through hair

By Malaika Crichlow “Is that your hair?” This was not, by any means, the first time I had been asked this. I get it quite often. I always answer truthfully,…

 
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