Archive for September 1st, 2006

Illustration by James Hackett

Holy macaroni pie

Caroline Taylor gets homesick for her Tantie’s macaroni pie. So she tries to cook it herself. Trouble now start.

Edward Baugh: “Hey, you might be a poet”

Jamaican poet and scholar Edward Baugh on his literary double life — as told to Lisa Allen-Agostini.

Island hopper (September/October 2006)

What’s happening in the Caribbean in September and October 2006.

Abaco’s equine heroes

One woman’s quest to protect the wild horses of Abaco.

High (flying) style

Makin’ Style searches for the Caribbean’s best new fashion design talent.

Art buzz (September/October 2006)

Galvanise stages a major intervention in the Trinidad art scene • Barbara Jardine’s precious masterpieces are sculptures as much as jewels.

Words from underground

Trinidad’s open-mike performance circuit thrives outside the limelight.

Music buzz (September/October 2006)

Matisyahu proves Jewish reggae is no gimmick; the Trinidad and Tobago Steelpan and Jazz Festival turns four.

Rhythm roundup (September/October 2006)

New albums celebrate Jamaican mento and the Dominican Republic’s bachata and merengue, plus the latest from Honest Jon and Mystic Revelation.

Caribbean Bookshelf (September/October 2006)

Elizabeth Nunez’s novel Prospero’s Daughter and a glimpse at the Caribbean’s most glamorous homes.