• People leave the Windsor Park Sports Stadium, the site of the World Creole Music Festival

    Partnering and good corporate citizens and Sponsorship

    According to K. KIotler, the marketing guru, sponsorship is about giving financial support to an event or activity in return for recognition and acknowledgement as a sponsor. More than just ...

  • Performers at the NCCU Cadencelypso competition 2016

    Putting Cadencelypso Day in perspective

    Cadencelypso, Dominica's most renowned and internationally accepted genre is being celebrated on the 25th of August. During that period all Dominicans should reminisce on the musical gains of the early ...

  • Original First Seranade

    Dominica's lukewarm reception to excellence in arts and culture

    On a daily basis when I look at television, I marvel when I see how people are recognized for their work in other countries. The USA is one of those ...

  • Ian,left, and Janae Jackson

    Lessons from Nevis

    Without getting into too many specifics which could result in putting organizers and even countries in bad light, I have ventured to write this article more as a 'heads up' ...

  • Once on this island

    Never before had expectations preceded a theatrical production like this one first staged two decades ago; it did not disappoint. The second staging of Lynn Ahren and Stephen Flaherty musical ...

  • Julie Martin and Athie Martin play at the BayFront

    Comfort Zone engages youth in music

    It's the fourth year since a group of senior musicians and performers came together to engage youth in something different for the summer. It is recurring cycles that after exams ...

  • Performers at the NCCU Cadencelypso competition 2016

    Cadence music's dilemma

    Yes readers, you have heard me refer to this more than once but after hearing NCCU's announcement for registration of song for this years' Cadence song contest once more, I ...

  • At the 2016 Jazz and Creole Festival  2016: Michele Henderson and Cameron Pierre (centre and left) perform

    Jazz & Creole 2017 was a blast

    Inclement weather or an impending tropical depression was not enough to prevent the thousands who ascended the scenic Fort Shirley at the Cabrits in Portsmouth, the home of the 8th ...

  • Steve Hyacinth, director NDT

    A review of "I am the Boss", NDT's new theatrical ...

    It's over four decades now and thoughts written by Steve Hyacinth have been transferred to stage by the Methodist Youth Group, Goodwill School Drama Club and for decades now with ...

  • Part of the Sisserou Singers group at an earlier event

    Review of Beats and Bites- a Sisserou Singers production

    Different as always, and classy, is the way I would describe the Sixth Form Sisserou Singers latest presentation " Beats & Bites" staged this time at the Fort Young Hotel. ...

  • Baskets and other Kalinago craft on display at the Old Mill Cultural Centre

    Heritage of the Kalinago people

    Yes, indeed the chant "Columbus lie" has been immortalized in Calypso by Shadow and Burning Spear who maintained that Europeans were unable to conquer the fierce resistance of the Kalinago. ...

  • Andy Carter in a one-man band at the parade

    Costumes, Revelry and Pan

    Carnival precedes Lent and so this final article on the aftermath of carnival takes a look at what makes carnival fun. When we speak of fun, we talk of clean ...