Issue 92 (July/August 2008)

Kwame Laurence assesses the regional hopefuls for this year’s Beijing
Olympics • Sharon Millar speaks to Jamaican artist Roberta Stoddart •
Christopher Broadbridge visits Simla, a tropical research centre
hidden in the hills of Trinidad • David Katz counts down the top ten
things to do in Grenada, and looks back on the life of Jamaican
producer Mikey Dread • Laura Dowrich-Phillips talks to Jamaican sprint
sensation Usain Bolt • James Fuller talks to Mark Lydersay about
photographs of dying flowers • Ruth Osman previews Carifesta’s return
to Guyana • Mirissa De Four on Andrea De Silva’s photographic career •
James Ferguson traces the life of the conquistador Ponce de León •
Nazma Muller discovers Tobago’s Great Fete Weekend • Franka Philip on
London’s Caribbean cuisine • Garry Steckles looks at reggae from
Africa • Judy Diptee tells you how to keep your makeup immaculate and
beat the heat • Trinidadian shot-putter Cleopatra Borel-Brown speaks
to James Fuller about her preparations for her third Olympic games •
and much more!

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