Among the loftiest of Trinidadian inventions—alongside the steel pan, the bake-and-shark sandwich, and the Naipaul novel—is the breakfast party: an all-inclusive bash that runs from dawn to midday, when stuffed, sunstruck revelers stumble home glutted and glad. This Labor Day weekend, in honor of the West Indian Day Parade (happening September 1), promoters responsible for the crown jewel of Trinidad’s annual... More >>>