Gov. Albert Bryan Jr. invited investors to take another look at the U.S. Virgin Islands during a conference call on Monday.
Nestled between a Sprint store and a McDonald’s in the heart of Bedford-Stuyvesant sits Charlie’s Calypso City — once the center of Brooklyn’s music scene. At the helm is Rawlston Charles, an immigrant from Trinidad and Tobago who helped bring about a resurgence of calypso music that stretched from Bed-Stuy to cities across the world.
The move to a new venue for the 18th Grace Jamaican Jerk Festival proved a good one for organisers. Held at Miramar Regional Park in South Florida last Sunday, it attracted a large turnout.
Impromptu Skills Showcased at Sugar Mas 48 National Carnival Extempo Competition. Calypsonians were required to pick a topic from a bag
“Trinidad” is the refrain to “What’s Your Name”, the lit Soca anthem launched recently by the New York-based artiste Julius (Rodney Julius). “It’s a powerful patriotic song… and it will still have you going in a fete,” said Julius on his trip home to Trinidad and Tobago in October.
With 90% of Guyana’s population living on the coast, the interior of this South American country is relatively untouched
Saint Barth's gourmet festival makes triumphant return after Hurricane Irma renovations. It is easy to have a healthy dose of skepticism about St. Barthélemy
The Song of the week is Julius - ''Whats Your Name?'' click the video below to listen in on this song for 2020.
Mustapha Matura, who has died aged 79, was the pioneering Trinidadian dramatist who became the first black playwright to show in the West End and who co-wrote the first black sitcom for British television in the Eighties.
Over a hundred patrons turned up to De-stress at the top floor at the Port Mall last Saturday night in the second edition of the dance fitness-based event. De-stress was conceptualised by 25-year-old Ameika Louis; the proud owner of Dance Fitness Tobago and Ile Dingolay - Movement Studio at the top floor of the Port Mall.