Apr 20, 2014
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Impressions: Photos From Trinidad’s Canboulay Celebration by Colin Williams

Photos and Words by Colin Williams


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Frass in France: Blacka Di Danca at Dancehall & Ragga Jam World Conference

Words By LargeUp Crew—


It’s been a busy year for our dance ambassador and columnist Blacka Di Danca. His fourth European tour has brought him to workshops and events in 32 cities and 18 countries. For the final stop on this particular journey, he returns to France this Saturday, April 12, to teach a class at the first annual Dancehall & Ragga Jam World Conference at Equinoxe in Paris.

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Surf AXA: Anguilla is Caribbean Surfing’s Best Kept Secret

Words and Photos by Ravi Lloyd—


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LargeUp Investigates: Bake and Shark

Words by Tishanna Williams—

You don’t mess with a Trinibagonian’s belly. Food is all important here and we take it very seriously. But with the recent news headlines about diminishing shark populations and subsequent conservation efforts, could Trinis soon be forced to give up one of their favorite dishes? In order to get the real bake and shark story for you, LargeUp had to do some heavy research so we packed our sunblock, beach mats and a few Stags for the road and made our way to Maracas Beach to talk to some of the vendors behind this dish personally.

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Trini Cinema: Janine Fung’s “Paramin: The Odyssey of Hope”

Words by Marcha M. Johnson—


As with other Caribbean islands, Trinidad’s history is a rich with diversity in population and traditions. Whatever the occasion, chances are there is a community in Trinidad that recognizes it and makes a spectacle of its observation. Nonetheless, to the disdain of many village elders, there has been rampant cultural erasure as communities struggle to preserve the history and heritage that has given birth to Trinidad’s international reputation and identity as a tourist destination.

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Emerald of the Caribbean: Celebrating St. Patrick’s Day on Montserrat

Words by Jesse Serwer—


St. Patrick’s Day has become a global phenomenon, with people all over the world donning green and downing Guinness in honor of Ireland’s patron saint every March 17. But there’s only one place besides Ireland itself where it is observed as a public holiday. Nicknamed the “Emerald Isle of the Caribbean” on account of its strong Irish presence and the island’s topographical resemblance to Ireland, Montserrat doesn’t just celebrate St. Patty’s Day. It hosts a 10-day-long St. Patrick’s Festival that is one of the British territory’s most popular annual events.

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