James Ferguson uncovers the story behind an intriguing work by Michel-Jean Cazabon, Trinidad’s first great painter — with a little unexpected help from Caribbean Beat The post A Cazabon mystery solved | On this day appeared first on Caribbean Beat Magazine.
Tiger sharks in The Bahamas helped scientists uncover the largest known expanse of seagrass in the world. Vast and valuable, they’ve become a secret weapon against climate change. Erline Andrews reports on the opportunities — and challenges The post An ocean of possibility | Discover appeared first on Caribbean Beat Magazine.
From breathtaking landscapes to sensual music, few places in the world are better suited than the Caribbean to set the stage for your very own love story. From first dates to golden anniversaries, there’s a place in Antigua & Barbuda, Barbados, St Lucia, and Trinidad & Tobago for every chapter ... The post Love is […]
Once upon a time, it was what some only deigned to eat. Vaughn Stafford Gray explores how saltfish has since come to reign supreme as a savoury staple in Caribbean homes and restaurants The post “All saltfish sweet” | Cookup appeared first on Caribbean Beat Magazine.
Not much imagination is now needed to see how a huge new car park in Cheltenham will dominate the area when it's completed. The £26m Arle Court transport hub is taking huge steps forward ahead of its planned opening next summer.