Issue 73 (May/June 2005)

Anu Lakhan chats with some living West Indian legends about their favourite cricket memories; Kellie Magnus takes us into the world of writer Nalo Hopkinson; Jane King loses herself in St. Lucia; Michael Goodwin pays tribute to late calypsonian, Carlton “Blakie” Joseph; James Ferguson on Andrea Levy’s prize-winning novel, “Small Island”; Richard Costas examines the ins and outs of Caribbean real estate; Buzz from around the islands; and much more!

Maggie Lee. Photograph courtesy inIVA

The art of being different

The London-based Institute of International Visual Arts has earned a reputation for working with Caribbean artists. Maggie Lee investigates its role in promoting Caribbean art and talks to chairman Stuart Hall about plans for the future
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Church at Anse la Raye. Photograph by Mike Toy

Soak in St Lucia

Jane King’s tour of St Lucia includes many stops to enjoy her home island’s warm sea, cool streams, and hot springs — and its charming French creole heritage, its dramatic mountainous landscape, and opportunities for shopping in Castries. Plus a fact file to help you plan your visit
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