Author: Georgia Popplewell

Culture, Festivals and Events, Sports

Caribbean Football: Who the Cup Fits

For a small country, a national sports team is a potent symbol, a repository of civic dreams and aspirations. If that team happens to be a...

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Culture, Festivals and Events, Sports, US Virgin Islands

Taking on the America’s Cup

Out of a late-night drinking session in the island of St Thomas came a most challenging proposition. Shooting the breeze during the annual...

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Culture, Festivals and Events, Sports

Fields of Dreams

The International Test Cricket season is always awaited with eagerness by cricket-mad West Indians. And with the top-rated Aussies as...

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Culture, Film and Television, Arts, Haiti

Raoul Peck: A Vision of His Own

One of the landmark moments in Caribbean cinema took place in Martinique in 1988. The occasion was the first Images Caraïbes Film...

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Music, People, Trinidad and Tobago

André Tanker: Music Beyond Measure

André Tanker’s death from a heart attack was announced during the Soca Monarch competition broadcast in Trinidad and Tobago on...

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Culture, People, Sports, Barbados

Tony Cozier: a Voice & a Vision

“Why, you’re Tony Cozier,” said the rental car man. Cozier, you see, had spoken. Until he opened his mouth, he had simply...

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