Illustration by Rohan Mitchell

The artist of Carriacou

When Canute Caliste died ten years ago, he was Carriacou’s most celebrated artist. His “naive” paintings record everyday life in his island, says James Ferguson, with a touch of the magical.

Artist Lene Kilda’s Nutmeg Princess. Photograph by Orlando Romain

Sea beauty

In Grenada’s underwater sculpture park, a new Nutmeg Princess offers divers a handful of spicy bounty.

Upbeat (May/June 2001)

Upbeat (May/June 2001)

New music from the Caribbean.

Aerial view of St George's, capital Grenada. Photograph by Chris Huxley

Glimpses of Grenada

Simon Lee visits the spice isle of the Caribbean.

Bookshelf (March/April 2002)

Bookshelf (March/April 2002)

New books from and about the Caribbean.

Photograph courtesy Oonya Kempadoo

The excitement of writing: Oonya Kempadoo

Simon Lee meets writer Oonya Kempadoo.

Sandra Foster, Miss Jamaica 1992, won standing ovations for this "princess" gown, a grand extravaganza of hand-painted tulle with pink and gold bodice by Louise Hamlyn Wright

White Weddings with a Caribbean Tan

Caribbean weddings and honeymoons are the way to tie the knot these days. Some dramatic outfits from the recent display at Harrods in London.

Illustration by Rohan Mitchell

Fédon’s bequest

The 1795 rebellion led by the mixed-race planter Julien Fédon established a short-lived black republic in Grenada, writes James Ferguson — and has shaped the island’s economy to this day.

Photograph by Sabriya Simon, courtesy Malaika Brooks-Smith-Lowe

Malaika Brooks-Smith-Lowe: “From a place of love”

Malaika Brooks-Smith-Lowe, artist, yoga teacher, and founder of Groundation Grenada, on the connections between personal memory and collective history — as told to Nicole Smythe-Johnson.

West Indies Beer Company founder Mark Heath. Photograph courtesy True Blue Boutique Resort

Beer essentials: what’s brewing at Grenada’s West Indies Beer Company

As the international craft beer trend spreads to the Caribbean, the popular ales made by Grenada’s fledgling West Indies Beer Company are brewing up a quiet storm. David Katz finds out more.