Canouan Suite and Other Pieces

Caribbean Bookshelf (March/April 2017) | Book Reviews

This month’s reading picks.

Pieces from the “Goddess” Monday wear Carnival collection come with cool removable jewellery. Photograph by Ikenna Douglas

Thank God it’s Monday

Trinidadian swimwear designer Chandra Maharaj makes a seamlessly elegant transition to Carnival Monday wear.

Seth Sylvester, 2016 champion of the First Citizens National Poetry Slam. Photograph courtesy The 2 Cents Movement

Poetry grand slam | Word of mouth (March/April 2017)

Whether you experience it on stage or from the audience, Trinidad and Tobago’s national spoken word poetry slam is full of thrills.

Photograph by Warren Le Platte

Datebook | Caribbean Events Calendar (March/April 2017)

Events around the Caribbean in March and April, from a river race in Belize to St Patrick’s Day in St Croix — plus a drum festival, kite-flying, and cricket.

Mama Africa – Peter Tosh

Word of mouth (January/February 2017)

A new museum in Kingston pays tribute to reggae legend Peter Tosh; and it’s Carnival season across the Caribbean!.

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Datebook | Caribbean Events Calendar (January/February 2017)

Events around the Caribbean in January and February, from Chinese New Year in Suriname to a film festival in Guadeloupe.

Still from I Am Not Your Negro

Caribbean Screenshots (January/February 2017) | Film Reviews

This month’s film-watching picks.

Double Take

Caribbean Playlist (January/February 2017) | Music Reviews

This month’s listening picks.

The Colour of Shadows

Caribbean Bookshelf (January/February 2017) | Book Reviews

This month’s reading picks.

Illustration by Shalini Seereeram

Beyond another boundary: the Windies at the first T20 blind cricket World Cup

Come January 2017, the West Indies cricket team will head off to India to contest the T20 World Cup, alongside players from around the globe. Wait, you haven’t heard about this tournament? Maybe it’s time you started following blind cricket. Nazma Muller learns more.