Post Tagged with: "Issue 72 (March/April 2005)"

Dunstan E. Williams

A GENTLE DEW: REMEMBERING DUNSTAN WILLIAMS

Cartoonist Dunstan E. Williams, better known as DEW, died last December. Mark Lyndersay remembers the man who entertained generations of Trinidadians .

Sports Buzz (March/ April 2005)

Sports Buzz (March/ April 2005)

The Cotton Tree Foundation enlists celebrity golfers for a good cause, and South Africa's best arrive to challenge the Windies cricket team.

Bob Marley at Crystal Palace Bowl, London. Last show in UK, 5/1980. Photograph by davidcorio.com

WHERE BOB MARLEY MIGHT HAVE GONE

Garry Steckles wonders how Bob Marley’s music would have evolved had he lived to see his 60th birthday.

Shastri Maharaj. Photograph courtesy Shastri Maharaj

Art Beat (March/ April 2005)

Trinidadian artist Shastri Maharaj paints unsettling, unexpected landscapes.

Illustration by Russel Halfhide

BANKING ON CHANGE

The growth of indigenous Caribbean banks into true multinationals has led to major changes in the regional financial sector in recent years. .

Youth Buzz (March/April 2005)

Youth Buzz (March/April 2005)

The Caribbean Examinations Council celebrates some of the region's brightest youngsters; with a short story by Liana Baboolal.

Illustration by Shalini Seereeram

HER INNARD SELF

Talk about getting down to the guts of things. Anu Lakhan tries her hand at sausage-making • Plus Carline Gumbs on the delights of an old wife, Rajend.

Stanley Greaves working at his house in Barbados. Photograph by Mike Toy

Master Maker: Stanley Greaves

Painter, sculptor, Guyana Prize–winning poet, musician — Stanley Greaves has spent his 50-year career mastering one medium after another....

Skid "Nevely lead guitarist Shane de Silva (left) and frontman Andrew McIntosh (right) rock to their own beat. Photograph by David Wears

KEEP ON ROCKING

For a brief, exciting period in the mid 1990s, Trinidad’s indigenous rock music scene looked like it might achieve the kind of critical mass that could change the sound of the calypso island for good. But the revolution hasn't quite happened - yet.

The Bob Marley Museum at 56 Hope Road. Photograph by davidcorio.com

The Marley Tour

Philip Sander visits two key stops on the Bob Marley Kingston pilgrimage.