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Issue 114

Issue 114


T&T celebrates with colour. Photograph by Edison Boodoosingh

Happenings – March/April 2012

A round-up of current and coming events on the Caribbean calendar.

View from the verandah at Dadanawa. Photograph by Abigail Hadeed

Guyana: from the ranch to the rodeo

Janine Fung’s diary of a Guyanese journey.

Trinidad & Tobago’s Environmental Management Authority’s  proposed new green building. Photograph courtesy ACLA:WORKS

Green and pleasant lands: eco-friendly Caribbean living

Eco-friendly design is both a modern idea and an old tradition in the region, Lisa Allen-Agostini discovers.

Anya Ayong-Chee. Photograph by Wyatt Gallery

Anya Ayoung-Chee: hot off the Runway

T&T designer Anya Ayoung-Chee tells Laura Dowrich-Phillips how her career has taken off since she won the Project Runway reality TV contest .

Philip “Fatis” Burrell, left, with the singer Half Pint in Brixton in 1986. Photograph by David Corio

Farewell to Fatis Burrell

The death of Fatis Burrell dealt another blow to Jamaican music, laments David Katz .

Photograph courtesy of Little Roots

Michael de Souza: the man behind Rastamouse

Trinidad-born Michael de Souza created one of UK TV’s best-loved new characters. He talked to Zahra Gordon.

Skye Hernandez. Photograph courtesy Skye Hernandez

On the Beat: Skye Hernandez on Beat’s 20th anniversary

As Caribbean Beat celebrates 20 years of publication, former editor Skye Hernandez pays tribute to the magazine.

Sushi without the fish: At Fire Light, the sushi is “live” and made from sunflower seeds, cucumbers, carrots, sweet pepper and avocado. Photograph by Stuart Smellie (Equilibrium Photography)

Gourmet Rastafari: Eat. Pray. Love your Veggies

Rastas have always eaten healthy, natural food – and now it’s gone gourmet. Nazma Muller takes an ital tour of Kingston .

Dutch battleships. Photograph by Oceans Discovery Archive

Battleground Tobago: Raising ghosts from a watery grave

A bloody sea battle off Tobago is being re-enacted for a TV docudrama. Skye Hernandez on how this gripping tale resurfaced .