The Caribbean carnival is suffering badly and this is a rather rare situation. Indeed, even during slavery, dehumanized men and women enjoyed these exceptional moments of feasting. For example, the carnival of the Bahamas called […]
Since this health crisis due to the Coronavirus/Covid-19, a saying has become essential everywhere on the planet and especially in the Caribbean islands: “social distancing”. Suddenly, our Caribbean societies, that socially and culturally value proximity, […]
Despite Hurricane Dorian, the 16th edition of the Bahamas International Film Festival will take place from December 9 to 15. During this major cultural event that attracts Hollywood stars, the BIFF Writers’ Residency will be […]
Thousands of spectators are expected Saturday, August 24 at Queen’s Park Savannah in Port of Spain (Trinidad & Tobago) to applaud, among others, Machel Montano, Kassav’ and Shaggy at the Island Beats Super Concert that […]
Kariculture.net, unique Caribbean trilingual cultural magazine, wishes you a happy New Year 2019 !
On September 14, 2016, the magazine Kariculture.net was launched in the Guadeloupean and Caribbean media landscape. Its launch was not easy but the challenge was taken up in spite of everything. Kariculture.net is, for the […]
After the two violent hurricanes hit the Caribbean last September, many believed that it was all over for the devastated islands. So, we saw people leaving our islands in a hurry and going back home; […]
The 13th edition of the Bahamas International Film Festival (commonly known as BIFF) took place from December 5 to 11, 2016. As usual, this important film event had a huge success in the archipelago. The […]