IMF Team Visits Grenada

Above: Grenada By the Caribbean Journal staff An International Monetary Fund mission is currently visiting Grenada. The team, which began its visit on Sept. 2, will conclude its trip on Sept. 13. It is being led by Aliona Cebotari. The […]


Five Great Mighty Sparrow Songs to Start Your Monday With

Calypso and Mighty Sparrow — you might say they’re synonymous. One of the titans of the genre, the Grenada native (who grew up in Trinidad) revolutionized Calypso as the “Calypso King of the World.” So who better to help you […]


Grenada Prime Minister, Cuba Foreign Minister Hold Talks

Above: Grenada By the Caribbean Journal staff Grenada Prime Minister Dr Keith Mitchell held talks with Cuba Foreign Minister Bruno Rodriguez Parilla this week, as part of the CARICOM-Cuba ministerial conference in St George’s. Parilla said Grenada continued to be […]


Branding Grenada's Nutmeg

Above: nutmeg By the Caribbean Journal staff France has champagne. Martinique has rhum. Grenada has its nutmeg. Many countries around the world have globally protected geographic identifications for the products that define them, and Grenada is now looking to do […]

Kirani James Finishes Second in Zurich

Above: Kirani James By the Caribbean Journal staff It wasn’t the victory he wanted, but it was start. Thursday’s second-place finish at the 400M in Zurich did represent an improvement for Grenada’s Kirani James as he seeks to rebound from […]

Grenada Exploring ICT Partnership With Trinidad and Tobago

Above: Grenada By the Caribbean Journal staff Grenada’s government is exploring the possibility of establishing an ICT partnership with Trinidad and Tobago. Grenada Prime Minister Dr Keith Mitchell and Minister of State in the Ministry of Communications and works Alvin […]


Luther Campbell Launches Rum Brand, With Help From Grenada

Above: Luther Campbell By the Caribbean Journal staff South Florida music legend Luther “Uncle Luke” Campbell has officially launched his own rum brand, “Uncle Luke’s Rum.” The first of what will be a series of imported rums is “Passion Fruit,” […]

Caribbean Photo of the Week: On the Beach in Carriacou

This week’s Caribbean Photo of the Week comes from reader Emma Lewis, who photographed local youths practicing for the annual regatta at Paradise Beach on the Grenadian island of Carriacou. Do you have a great photo of the Caribbean? Send […]

Southern Caribbean Eyes Cruise Market

Above: Grenada By the Caribbean Journal staff The Bahamas. Jamaica. Puerto Rico. The Turks and Caicos Islands. If you’re taking a cruise from Miami to the Caribbean, these are generally the destinations you’ll be visiting. And while several cruise lines […]


Caribbean Villa With a View: Grenada's Villa Beachcliff

The Spice Isle is a Caribbean island ripe for exploration. And a great way to do that is by booking your own villa. The Villa Beachcliff, located on Lance Aux Epines in St George’s, is a great option for a […]

Kirani James Finishes Seventh in 400M at World Championships

Above: Kirani James By the Caribbean Journal staff Few could have seen this coming. Kirani James, the Grenadian wunderkind who brought home his country’s first-ever gold medal in London last summer, finished sixth in the 400M at the World Championships […]

Grenada Parliament Passes Citizenship By Investment Act

Above: Grenada By the Caribbean Journal staff Grenada’s Parliament has passed the Grenada Citizen by Investment Act 2013, the government announced. The act, which passed last week, would make Grenada one of an increasing number of Caribbean countries offering passports […]


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