Author: Philip Nanton

Culture, History, People, St. Vincent and the Grenadines

At the Cyrus museum

Meet Dr Cecil Cyrus On leaving the edge of west-central Kingstown, you begin to climb the Montrose Hill, on the road that leads to St...

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Culture, Arts

Alissandra Cummins: “My aim is to question what ‘history’ is”

I grew up in a family that loved art, loved to draw, and I loved to draw too. My brother William Cummins is a great artist, my friends are...

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Culture, Festivals and Events, St. Vincent and the Grenadines

Real “Shake” Keane

Ellsworth McGranahan “Shake” Keane England in 1952, any month, would have been a cold place to arrive with just 11 pounds sterling in...

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Culture, Arts, People, Barbados

Frank Collymore: the man who loved to have fun

“A writer whose greatness lies more in his humanity than in his literary achievements” — Derek Walcott “The most memorable father...

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Culture, Arts, United Kingdom

London calling

When we think of the surge of literary creativity that occurred in the English-speaking Caribbean immediately after World War Two, the...

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