10 Things You Should Be Thankful For In The 21st Century
Social Issues | Tech | Uncategorized

10 Things You Should Be Thankful For In The 21st Century

The technological age. It is amazing to think that 20 years ago, what is now considered the norm, was astronomically futuristic to the point that many thought, we would not have survived beyond 1999. But let’s take a moment in time to say thanks for somethings we have in the 21st Century. 10. WhatsApp Because…

Weird Laws That Govern Some Caribbean Islands
Politics | Social Issues

Weird Laws That Govern Some Caribbean Islands

Society needs laws. Laws help us shape the atmosphere that will benefit humanity in its progression. But what if the laws are downright, plain talk bad manners, dumb? Well, the Caribbean has quite a few to pass around, so here are weird laws that govern some Caribbean Islands. Grenada On the island of Grenada, it…

The Best Places For the LBGTQ Community in the Caribbean
Social Issues

The Best Places For the LBGTQ Community in the Caribbean

It is the 21st Century and humanity is heading into a free-spirited, open-minded consciousness (well for the western world at least. However, the east are making some baby steps though). The Caribbean is known as one of the premiere destinations for fun and relaxation, and for the LBGTQ community, there are some especially fantastic places…

10 Must-See Artworks from Trinidad and Tobago
Art | Culture

10 Must-See Artworks from Trinidad and Tobago

Art, the self-expression of an individual’s interpretation of their reality. Trinidad and Tobago have graced the art scene throughout the Caribbean for many years. The islands have produced artists such as Glenn Roopchand, Martin Superville, Shalini Seereeram, Leroy Clarke, and Tessa Alexander. However, there are some pieces from Trinbagonians that capture and entice the imagination…

Everything you need to know about …. Surinamese Food
Food

Everything you need to know about …. Surinamese Food

Suriname, the dutch element of the Caribbean. Colonized by Netherlands until the 1970’s, the Surinamese culinary identity has a nice blend of Indonesian, Chinese, East Indian, Native American, European and African flavours to caress the taste buds. Also, Suriname being tropical, and coastal, has some exotic fruits and plates of seafood that are featured highly…