Letter to Melissa Simon Hartman aka Wonder Woman I have been writing this article for about ten months—almost a year–and I am not proud of it. I call it a letter to Melissa, because it’s an apology and a tribute … Read More
Lorna Bridging the Culture Gap” When Lorna Shelton-Black decided to leave Jamaica and come to the United States for college at 18 years old, she packed up her Jamaican culture in her suitcase and carried it along with her. Among … Read More
The full short documentary– Ol’ Time Carnival–Come Again! The Toronto Caribbean Carnival was a gift From Trinidad and Tobago. Its origins can be traced back to Africa. Watch for more on this amazing culture that we love so much! Creator … Read More
PART-1 of our first interview with DA Flame also known as Lady Flame. She spoke with Diva Dvine about her name change and career highlight as a Caribbean American artist.
Sports and the Performing Arts have never really been the beneficiary of serious investment in Trinidad & Tobago, even with the few glimmers of success seen. A look at the Budget allocations for the last couple of years will highlight … Read More
The Colors of Culture an In-Depth Look at Sophia Mackay Take the soulful electric energy of Soca, add the driving, unchained rhythm of Afro House, and smooth it all over with the velvety richness of Jazz. This innovative sound is … Read More