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The chocolate revolution in Trinidad & Tobago | Cookup

Trinidad and Tobago’s cocoa has long been considered among the best in the world, even though production has been declining for decades. A new generation of artisan chocolatiers are hoping to change that trend — while creating unique world-class chocolate products at home. Franka Philip finds out more.

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Screenshots (May/June 2017) | Film Reviews

This month’s film-watching picks.

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Playlist (May/June 2017) | Music Reviews

This month’s listening picks.

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Bookshelf (May/June 2017) | Book Reviews

This month’s reading picks in our books column.

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Remembering Derek Walcott (1930–2017) | Icon

St Lucian poet, playwright, and Nobel laureate.

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Word of mouth (May/June 2017)

The Pure Grenada Music Festival makes room for many genres, and traces of Bhojpuri, brought from India over a century ago, still liven Guyanese speech.

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Datebook | Caribbean Events Calendar (May/June 2017)

Events around the Caribbean in May and June, from the Timehri Film Festival in Guyana to Dominica’s Hike Fest.

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A compendium of curry | Cookup

From Jamaican goat to Trini doubles, curry is one of the definitive flavours of the Caribbean. There are hundreds of curry blends around the world — what are the Caribbean’s best, and how are they evolving? Franka Philip finds out.

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Caribbean Screenshots (March/April 2017) Film Reviews

This month’s film-watching picks.

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Caribbean Playlist (March/April 2017) | Music Reviews

This month’s listening picks.