magazine ∣ March/April (Issue 54) · ZiNG Caribbean
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ZiNG Caribbean is a vibrant celebration of all things Caribbean, which will appeal to anyone with a curiosity in learning more about the region, or planning a visit, or who lives in the region. Drawing on a diverse range of writers and photographers, ZiNG is a colourful, energetic publication that gets beneath the skin of one of the world's most beautiful regions.
Get on board! • Spring into your next adventure with LIAT
ONE TO WATCH
Whale of a story • Meet the Caribbean’s amazing underwater inhabitants
Dive in • Sarah Richard, founder of Girls that Scuba, extols the health and well-being benefits of diving
PAPER PIONEER • One Antiguan is getting creative with trash...
Brew-tiful! • Head to Antigua & Barbuda’s Simply Coffee for a cool cuppa – and more
SXM FESTIVAL • Founder Julian Prince previews St Martin’s March electronica event
5 Puerto Rico food trucks to try
The eyes have it • Buying new glasses and looking for inspiration? Try on these pioneering Caribbean eyewear brands
Carnival queen • Costume designer Melissa Simon-Hartman explains how her Trini and Ghanaian heritage helps her create culturally relevant works of wearable art
Lauren Francis-Sharma • We caught up with the novelist and assistant director of the prestigious Bread Loaf Writers’ Conference
3 GREAT READS • Pick up these diverse new Caribbean titles
Hendo’s Hideout • Make a beeline for this BVI beach bar
NOIR COFFEE LAB • There’s coffee, and then there’s coffee – find the good stuff at this shop in Tunapuna, Trinidad
Rum Vault, Colony Club
Colibri • Enjoy cool cocktails and mocktails at this delicious spot in Antigua
REAL NICE GUYANA • Want to learn how to cook Guyanese? Log on to this tasty YouTube channel
The Crate • Buy sustainable products for your kitchen at this Barbados eco-shop
JERK SEASONING • Every island – indeed, every family – has its own signature jerk recipe. But did you know…
Lagoon back to life • Discover how years of hard work have reversed the fortunes of an ailing ecosystem in the Grenadines
ASHTON LAGOON: WHAT WAS ACHIEVED
Antigua Sailing Week, Antigua & Barbuda
NEW FIRE Festival, Trinidad
AUA ROHRMAN TRIATHLON, ANTIGUA & BARBUDA
World Interhash, Trinidad
FESTIVAL DEL TINGLAR, PUERTO RICO
DP Dance Salsa Festival, Sint Maarten
NOT TO BE MISSED
‘Everything begins with a dream’ • As St Vincent & the Grenadines’ first film festival, Hairouna, hits the islands this March, we speak to founder Aiko Roudette about the power and potential of Caribbean movie-making
Your point of view • “What do you think of the current state of Carnival in the Caribbean?” With the main feting season just about finished, we sent Jeneille Lewis to find out how you think the region’s biggest party is looking in 2020…
What is dementia?
Mind matters • Meet inspirational student Rianna Patterson, who founded the Dominica Dementia Foundation when she was just 18 years old
PECULIAR PUERTO RICO! • From skinny houses to painted tanks, Puerto Rico has an array of unusual attractions. The Atlas Obscura team – experts in seeking out the world’s greatest curiosities – guide us around the intriguing island…
FIVE MORE ODDITIES AROUND THE REGION
5 HOT HOTELS FOR HIDING AWAY • Want to escape from it all? Try one of these beautiful boltholes, says Joe Shooman
HOW TO BUY THE RIGHT Headphones • Need some new kit for your jog, commute or simple listening pleasure? Thomas Kibwe runs through the best options at every price right now
AUDIO TECH: TERMS TO KNOW
What you listen to...