The Arizona State University (ASU) has established The Sidney Poitier New American Film School, one of the largest, most egalitarian film schools in…
There is something about rum that is magical. It combats heat in the tropics and cold in northern regions.
Known as the “island of flowers,” Martinique offers travelers an experience like none other in the Caribbean. An overseas department of France in the Lesser Antilles, the island is famous for its colorful flora, lush mountains, tropical forests, and stunning coastline—but what really sets it apart from its neighbors is the distinct mix of Creole and French cultures that can be felt everywhere from the warmth of its people to its cuisine, music, and monuments.
Here are a few of the latest Caribbean and Caribbean inspired movies that have been getting quite a bit of press this summer.
CHM shares a few of the latest books by Caribbean authors. Pick one or two to pack to enjoy on your next vacation.
The non-profit spotlight is a brief look into organizations focused on outreach, conversation, community service and more in the Caribbean. We have selected just a few of these organizations to spotlight for our launch issue.