The St Kitts and Nevis Citizenship by Investment (CBI) Programme has released a final reminder to those interested in investing in second citizenship under the temporarily reduced investment module - the Hurricane Relief Fund - scheduled to end on 30 March 2018.
From nature trekking to yoga retreats; vacationing in Dominican Republic will get your heart pumping
Dominican Republic's all-inclusive resorts and world-class, white-sand beaches beckon travelers from all over the globe for rest and relaxation. But with the new year calling – and new fitness resolutions for 2017 – travelers should consider jetting to Dominican Republic for a fitness or wellness getaway. From outdoor activities and wellness retreats to luxurious hotel gyms, there are exercise opt
Romance travel is a multi-billion dollar industry that is predicted to continue growing in 2017, according to Travel MarketPlace. As the market becomes more crowded, Dominican Republic continues to set itself apart from the competition with its enchanting mix of cultures, white-sand beaches, sweeping landscapes, charm of historic cities and the adrenaline-pumping adventure fo
The growth of Belize’s online presence is making it easier for more people to experience iconic events like this month’s September independence celebrations and upcoming holidays such as Garifuna Settlement Day and Thanksgiving. But, as The Lodge at ’s Social Media Administrator says, there’s still nothing like being there.
With Belize’s September celebrations underway, The Lodge at Chaa Creek says now is a perfect time to explore the little Caribbean country – and if you can’t make it in perso
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The “Let’s Paint” women’s fashion collection created for spring and summer of 2016 offers a splash of colorful contrast against black silhouettes. Fashion Designer, Delia Alleyne introduced the line during the September 2015 market week in New York City. The looks include rompers, jackets, funky trousers and that classic little black dress. The “Let’s Paint” collection is splashy, bold and is styled with a retro artist’s cap that makes the collection reminiscent
By Chris ThompsonAnyone familiar with the Gulf of Mexico and the Caribbean Islands knows that hurricanes are NOT fun. Furthermore, if you live in these areas, you know, first-hand what you're dealing with as you see that dreaded storm heading off the West coast of Africa. Just talking about the "checklist" puts my stomach in knots; everything from the preparation, boarding up the windows, grocery shopping, to the aftermath: clean up. Let's not even get into the amount of snakes, rats and oth
This is a question we must confront, given the most recent executions of Black men at the hands of American police in different states and cities across America, we cannot ignore the possibility that an implied agenda may be in the works. Let us briefly consider some facts that led to the cessation of physical bondage of Blacks by Whites.
1. The overt exploitation of the kidnapped and forcibly enslaved Afrikan grew too unmanageable to the enslavers, contributive to this is the successful rebell
The Ashanti Fellowship Program in collaboration with BaylorICWorldwide - TV will be conducting a National Casting Call on November 23, 2013 at the Grenada Trade Center,Grande Anse, St. Georges in search of people interested in becoming part of a team to produce several film and media projects.
Ingram and #Atiya along with colleague Fragrance Francique will select 30-50 people including 15-20 actors/actresses/presenters; extras; pre and post production people
(stage hands, set designers, assista
Well we're nearly in the middle of June, and this month has just been moving on, NON-STOP. There is so much going on simultaneously, you practically have to be on rollerblades, or clone yourself to do it all.
Not only is June Caribbean Heritage Month, celebrating the accomplishments and contributions of our brothers and sisters throughout the Caribbean, but it's also Black Music Month, celebrating the vast treasure trove of music we have contributed and continue to
T&T’S MULTI-TALENTED DAVID BOOTHMAN WILL HEADLINE LIST OF PERFORMERS AND ARTISTS AT THE 2012 CARIBBEAN FINE ART FAIR OPENING IN BARBADOS – MARCH 7 - 11, 2012
For the second year, in the English-speaking Caribbean, over 35 exhibitors of paintings, sculpture, photography, drawings, original limited edition prints and new media exploring the cultural traditions of the Caribbean will be exhibited at the Lloyd Erskine Sandiford Centre, locat
That Hated-On Man: In Honour of Henry Rodrigues and Other Black But Not Black Men
La Vonda R. Staples
I think the majority of Black men whom I speak with on a daily basis are not African American men. I regularly interface, via phone and internet, with Nigerian, Ghanaian, Haitian, and Puerto Rican dark-skinned, thick lipped, and very well educated brothers. This is in addition to the people I speak with on an ongoing basis over writing projects a
Caribbean Dishes and American Dishes ask us to make it and you got it. For those of you that have events coming up we are here for you!!
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Jamaica Awareness with South Florida Caribbean American Heritage Month Symposium Examines
“The Impact of Rastafari on the Culture of Jamaica and the World”
Half-a-century ago, the Rastafari Movement in Jamaica was brought to the attention of a larger part of the still-hostile Jamaican and world community – a citizenry which had developed a fearful attitude largely based on ignorance about the phenomenon and its adherents – by the publication of a report on the movement by three professors from the
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