Virtual Fetes, Soca & Art – Here’s How We Can Pass The Time During CoronaVirus

You miss normalcy.. I know, me too! 2020 has been unlike anything we have ever experienced and yet here we are going through it. I could be pessimistic and say that things may never get better but let’s be optimistic here and play with the idea that we will soon be back at brunch, the malls, […]

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The Impact of Coronavirus on Carnival – Here is a list of cancelled carnivals/events

Dearest Carnivalists, Your health, both mental and physical are of the utmost priority. With that in mind, I wanted to reach out to you directly with updates regarding cancelled or postponed events in the Caribbean space due to Corona Virus (COVID-19) . Event promoters and carnival bands for upcoming 2020 Carnival events have taken our […]

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Global Carnivalist travels to Crucian Christmas Festival 2020

St. Croix is a land of rich cultural diversity and beauty, with 84 square miles of beaches, rainforests and hillsides. It is the largest island in the U.S. Virgin Islands and Crucians celebrate their carnival each year starting in December; closing out with a carnival parade on the first Saturday in January of the New […]

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Caribbean Faces – DJs, Content Creators and Entrepreneurs. Who They Are & Tidbits.

They lead, party, manage, play music, create and shape the Caribbean space as we know it. Find out random tidbits about these Caribbean faces. It may not be what you expected.  OHG Vibe, Vlogger  Q. What five things can’t you live without?  (1) I absolutely cannot live without WiFi/Data. (2) I cannot live without SOCA […]

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My Travel Essentials for Carnival

Hi Carnivalists! We’re talking about travel carnival essentials today. We each have our own and i’m here to share mine. So many things go into the process of getting for the road, costume, feathers, shoes, wristlet. Here are the things I could do not go without. Carnivalista Fishnets As a chocolate goddess, I’ve always found […]

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Global Carnivalist Travels: Morocco

Morocco has long been a destination I wanted to visit because of their gorgeous decor, the riads and the affordable leather. I was in London at the time, so I took advantage of only being 3 hours away and bought a flight. We landed in Marrakech around 10am. I was told September is a good […]

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New York City x Labor Day Weekend Recap 2018

Just last week Monday, we were getting in our section on the parkway in Brooklyn and now it’s over. sigh.. I am sad typing this because Labor Day Weekend in NYC typically means summer is coming to a close and I cannot imagine having to wear a coat and uggs anytime soon. Aside from my soon […]

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Business Feature: Hot Gyal Lashes

Hey Carnivalists, Let’s talk Carnival Beauty. Makeup expectations around Carnival have been evolving as Carnival becomes more popular and glamorous. Today, we are highlighting lashes because honey, have you ever forgotten to put on mascara and just felt blah? Lashes gives your look the extra ummph to slay the road. This is where Hot Gyal Lashes […]

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New York City x Memorial Weekend 2018 Recap

If you live in the United States, Memorial Weekend kicks off the summer season. MDW is seen as your official stamp of approval on wearing white, hot shorts and feting every weekend. NYC is known for having the hottest Caribbean events stateside; so let’s talk about that. I wanted to try all new events this […]

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