Post Tagged with: "Issue 108 (March/April 2011)"

Patrick Parson. Photograph by Peter Stipcevich

Patrick Parson: soulful messiah of Ballet Creole

Patrick Parson brought Afro-Caribbean dance to Toronto two decades ago. He told Donna Yawching how he made history.

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.

Part of Grace Reef, a group of 16 figures based on one woman. Photograph courtesy Jason de Caires Taylor & the Grenada Board of Tourism

Grenada’s Underwater Sculpture Museum: something rich and strange

Melody Wren took the plunge and visited the world’s first underwater sculpture park, in Grenada.

The dramatic Art Deco architecture of South Beach. Photograph by Mark Lyndersay

Miami: SoBe Exciting

Salsa, speedboats and shopping: Mark Lyndersay flies in to south Florida .

Lise Winer. Photograph by Marlon Rouse

Book Reviews (March/April 2011)

The new books that are reflecting the region right now.

Randy Crawford. Photograph by Lionel Flusin

Red carpet for Randy Crawford

The headline act at this year’s Tobago Jazz is one of many treats in store. Nazma Muller sampled the musical menu.

CD Reviews (March/April 2011)

CD Reviews (March/April 2011)

The new music that are reflecting the region right now.

Photograph by Jonathan Ali

Paramaribo: rolling in the deep

After strolling through the charming city of Paramaribo, Jonathan Ali takes on the Suriname River as it flows through the rainforest .

Nothing’s taboo for Tanya Stephens

Nothing’s taboo for Tanya Stephens

One of Garry Steckles’ favourite singers, Tanya Stephens tells it like it is.

Brian MacFarlane. Photograph by Andrea DeSilva

The man Brian MacFarlane

Since 2005, he’s dominated Trinidad & Tobago’s Carnival with what he calls “theatre mas” – costumes that are more than just bikinis and beads....