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 Wired868.com, 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.