Category: People

Lasana Liburd at the Estadio Santiago Bernebeu in 2012.

Lasana Liburd on Trinidad & Tobago Sport

An Interview with Lasana Liburd of Wired868 Closing in on 20 years as a writer, Lasana Liburd was a sport and features writer for the Trinidad Express. His work has also appeared in World Soccer, Play The Game, and the UK Guardian. He is now the managing director of, a website that blends sport

Lorraine Toussaint on "Orange is the New Black". Courtesy Netflix

Lorraine Toussaint: Living with purpose

Q&A with Trinidad-born actress Lorraine Toussaint Caroline Taylor caught up with Lorraine Toussaint a few years ago — in early 2008 — on the way back from dropping her daughter to school, at a time when Hollywood was at a virtual standstill during the months’ long 2007–2008 writers’ strike. During her commute back home, they

The twins. Courtesy Karen & Kathy Norman/K2K

K2K Carnival’s Karen & Kathy Norman

The story behind their designs; the journey to making the band; Trinidad’s vs Brazil’s Carnival; and re-claiming Trinidad’s mas

A Caroni Swamp boat tour at dusk. Photographer: Stephen Broadbridge

Stephen Broadbridge on Trinidad’s Best Eco Adventures

Stephen Broadbridge of Caribbean Discovery Tours tells us his favourite eco adventures: “Trinidad has such a concentrated wealth of South American and Caribbean flora and fauna. I can show people numerous ecosystems in a single day; for accessibility and convenience that’s unbeatable. The biodiversity is unparalleled in the Caribbean: there are 108 mammals, 620 butterfly species and 470+ bird species.”

Veni Mangé. Photographer: Courtesy Veni Mangé

Interview: Behind the Scenes at Veni Mangé

Veni Mangé is a creole restaurant in Woodbrook founded by sisters Roses Hezekiah and the late Allyson Hennessy (a Cordon Bleu chef). In a 2009 interview with Discover, they shared their thoughts on Trinidad cuisine and their favourite dishes.