Issue 13 (Spring 1995)

Curtley Ambrose returns to cricket; Bruce Paddington tells the story of political prisoner and govermnet minister Martin Carter; painter Dunstan St. Omer dedicates his work to the Virgin Mary; Stephen Thorpe takes us on a holiday in nature; Michael Church investigates whether Cleo Laine’s talent comes from her Caribbean genes; a profile of Gordon “Butch” Stewart of Jamaica Sandals retreat; escape to Grenada with Jim Rudin and Alister Hughes; resettling in Antigua; teaching America about pan; our regular departments and more!

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