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Puerto Rican pavilion (model)

The Year of Seville

Pat Ganase previews a year of frantic activity as Spain and the New World set about celebrating the anniversary of their first contacts.

The Flight of the Ibis

The Flight of the Ibis

Like the Scarlet Ibis, BWIA is poised to exploit exciting new opportunities.

Swirling skirts and smart head-ties in bursts of tropic colour: by Heather Jones. Photo by Abigail Hadeed

Caribbean Colour

Vivid colours, loose flowing styles, handpainted fabrics- these are some of the trademarks of leading Caribbean designers.

Caribbean artists. Photos by Jeffrey Chock/ courtesy Carifesta V.

Carifesta: A Grand Family Reunion

This summer in Trinidad and Tobago the Caribbean stages its arts festival, Carifesta, for only the fifth time in two decades. Judy Raymond reports.

Issue 1

Issue 1


Tobago Sailing Takes On All Comers

Tobago's Sailing Week is a new and exciting addition to the sailing calendar.

Les Alexander: A Matter of Taste

Les Alexander, chef at Barbados' fames Cobblers Cove, reveals some of his kitchen secrets and favourite dishes to Roxan Kinas.

West Indies Cricket: A Score to Settle

The World Cup in Australia is cricket's Olympics: what are the West Indies' chances of regaining the world title this year?.

Caribbean Bookshelf (Spring 1992)

Caribbean Bookshelf (Spring 1992)

New and recent books about the Caribbean.

Export products on display in Port of Spain. Photograph courtesy Export Development Corporation, Trinidad and Tobago

The Caribbean Trade Barriers Come Down

David Renwick looks at the effects of trade liberalisation in the Caribbean..