Dr Birdy. Photograph by Paul Crask

A day with Bertrand “Dr Birdy” Jno Baptiste

Dominica’s best-known birdwatcher can spot a plumbeous warbler or a rufous-throated solitaire a mile off.

Photograph by Paul Crask

Rolling in the deep: whale-watching in Dominica

Paul Crask has a whale of a time whale watching off the coast of Dominica.

Not just another manic Monday. Photograph by Mark Lyndersay

Happenings – March/April 2011

A round-up of current and coming events on the Caribbean calendar.

Photography by Jenni Francis, Carriacou Maroon Music Festival/ Grenada Board of Tourism

Festival Beat: the Drums of Carriacou

In one of the Caribbean's tiniest communities, Simon Lee finds that the rhythms of history still stir the blood and move the spirit.

Traditional sun-drying of cocoa beans in Trinidad & Tobago. Photograph courtesy vpatrickbarrett@gmail.com

Happenings – November/December 2010

A round-up of current and coming events on the Caribbean calendar.

One of Robert Young’s creations from his design label, The Cloth, at Guyana Fashion Week. Photograph courtesy Guyana Fashion Week/Donn Thompson

Happenings (November/December 2010)

A round-up of current and coming events on the Caribbean calendar.

Nelly Stharre. Photograph courtesy Paul Crask

Nelly Stharre: woman of the earth

Singer Nelly Stharre is returning to her roots in Dominica. Paul Crask joined her on the way .

Alison Hinds and Richie Spice performing in 2009 at Cohobblopot, part of the Crop Over celebrations. Photograph courtesy The National Cultural Foundation Of Barbados

Happenings (July/August 2010)

A round-up of current and coming events on the Caribbean calendar.

Jamaican Tyrone Thompson, better known as Papa San, is one of the headline acts at Barbados Gospelfest. Photograph courtesy Gospelfest (Barbados) Inc

Happenings (May/June 2010)

A round-up of current events on the Caribbean calendar.

The children from Atkinson School who wrote the book, with their teacher, Micheline Bruno. Photograph courtesy Papillote Press

Book Reviews – May/June 2010

The new books that are reflecting the region right now.