“It becomes something reachable. It shows children that they can actually do this. Kids are pure. There’s no politics, there’s no agenda.”

Anchoring the narrative is a transcendent Regina King whose performance ranges from motherly to expository to rampaging badassery with effortless grace.

Marlon James reads at The Big Black Box during Bocas Lit Fest 2019. Photo by Marlon James (instagram.com/moderndaycaveman). A review of Marlon James’ Black Leopard, Red Wolf by Mark Lyndersay. There’s a line I continue…

Above: A slice of the EP’s cover, featuring art by Xala Ramesar and Cass’Moshe Centeno. A review of Weird Sounds by Mikhail Gibbings by Mark Lyndersay. Originally published in Sunday Newsday, November 18, 2018 Across four…

Part Two of a review of the Samsung Note 9 by Franka Philip If I charged everyone who slipped into my DMs to ask for a Fortnite skin whenever I posted about the Samsung Galaxy…

Part One of a review of the Samsung Note 9 by Franka Philip.* The more appropriate subhead for this is probably, “the only time Franka tried her hand at mobile phone reviewing”. I played boldface…

A review of Anthony Joseph’s People of the Sun by Mark Lyndersay. A version of “The grounding of Anthony Joseph” appeared first in the TTNewsday on August 10, 2018. People of the Sun is, whether…

Band photo of Jointpop by Sam Sheppard. A review of Jointpop’s To Trinidad with Love (May, 2018), by Mark Lyndersay. There’s a persuasive sense of assuredness in the new Jointpop album that’s at once defiant…

by Franka Philip Global drinks giant Diageo doesn’t want you to drink more, it wants you to drink better. The company which boasts a wide portfolio of popular spirits like Johnnie Walker, Ciroc and Smirnoff…

Above: Edward Cumberbatch, Raymond Edwards and Nigel Floyd of QED TT during their June 3 concert at Queen’s Hall, Port-of-Spain. Photo courtesy Don’t Sleep T&T Photography A review of QED TT’s concert Down Memory Lane…