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Word of mouth (November/December 2015)

The fourth Ghetto Biennale opens in Haiti, Trinidad Carnival prep moves into high gear, and a family tradition puts wanderlust into Christmas.

Photograph courtesy Curaçao North Sea Jazz Festival

Caribbean Datebook (September/October 2015)

Events around the Caribbean in September and October — from Young Talent at Jamaica’s National Gallery to St Lucia’s Jounen Kwéyòl.

The landmark Iron Market in Port-au-Prince. © Tropicalpixsingapore/iStock

Word of mouth (July/August 2015)

Haiti hosts the Caribbean’s biggest arts festival, and a London exhibition celebrates the legacy of John La Rose.

Photograph courtesy St Kitts Tourism Authority

Caribbean datebook (May/June 2015)

Events around the Caribbean in May and June — from the St Kitts Music Festival to the Tobago Legends football tournament.

Photograph by Paul Crask

Word of mouth (May/June 2015)

Tropical beauty at Dominica’s annual flower show, and going the distance at the Rainbow Cup Triathlon.

Jazz time on Pigeon Island, St Lucia. Photograph by Chris Huxley

Island Beat (May/June 2001)

Coming events around the islands.

Siparee Mai. Photograph by Mark Lyndersay

Miracle Mother: Siparee Mai

In a small town in Trinidad, both Hindus and Roman Catholics honour a dark-skinned statue which answers their prayers. Keith McNeal explains.

Courtesy Of Ebony G. Patterson And Monique Meloche Gallery, Chicago. Photograph: Monique Gilpin And Philip Rhoden

Caribbean Datebook (March/April 2015)

Events around the Caribbean in March and April — from the Carifta Games in St Kitts to Phagwah in Guyana.

Carnival time again

Michael Goodwin shares some internet websites that deal with Trinidad & Tobago Carnival.

Bacchanal Women. Photograph by Sean Drakes/Blue Mango

Trinidad Carnival is…

BC Pires picks some of his favourite things about Trinidad Carnival.