A taste of the tropics can be found at Mahalo New York Bakery on Myrtle Avenue in Queens, reports QNS.com
Novelist Naomi Jackson talks about the interplay of influences of the Caribbean and Brooklyn in her writing and in her life, in an interview with Ditmas Park Corner.
Dance, music and a traditional Haitian procession came to the Brooklyn neighborhood Nov. 1.
The Flatbush Caton Market will be renovated to include a new home of the market, the Caribbean American Chamber of Commerce and Industry, and 166 affordable housing units, says The Home Reporter.
The drama “The Fall of Kings” explores issues of racism, class and colorism in a Black family in the 1940s.
The Caribbean Voice has launched an effort to reduce the very high suicide rate in Guyana, and to address the problem among the Guyanese diaspora here.
Trinidadian history comes to life in the musical “Flambeaux.”
For the past decade, the Flanbwayan Haitian Literacy Project in Brooklyn has been helping Haitian youth new to NYC to adjust to new schools and a new life.
A Brooklyn high school teacher has just published his second collection of traditional Haitian music, Caribbean Life reports.
Protests against the expulsion of Dominico-Haitians from the Dominican Republic continued with a march that included 15 diaspora organizations and public officials, reports The Haitian Times.
City Comptroller Scott Stringer has issued his Immigrant Rights and Services Manual in Haitian Creole, The Haitian Times reports.
Former MTA employee turned comedian Majah Hype has amassed a large social media following of fans eager to watch him portray the accents and mannerisms of people from across the Caribbean.
The Caribbean-Guyana Institute for Democracy says Guyanese and other nationalities that make up the Caribbean immigrant population are not included in the members and board of the West Indian American Day Carnival Association, reports Carib News.
An editorial in The Haitian Times explores the broader implications of the Dominican Republic’s actions against Dominico-Haitians.
Carrying banners painted with #1Island and signs stating that “Haitian Lives Matter” and “All Lives Matter,” demonstrators at Union Square rallied against the Dominican Republic’s moves to strip Dominico-Haitians of their Dominican citizenship.