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Island Beat (Autumn 1994)

Laramania The world knows that the West Indian cricketer Brian Lara set a new world record for the highest score in a test match in Antigua...

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Culture, Film and Television, People

Horace Ové: Coming Home

One moment Horace Ové was busy filming on a Caribbean beach, solving the sort of intellectual and technical problems that beset any...

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Culture, Music, Reviews

Upbeat (Summer 1994)

THE VOICE OF JAMAICA Buju Banton (Mercury Records) Having subdued the territory, Buju Banton has the right to claim to be the “voice...

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Culture, Literature, Reviews

Bookshelf (Summer 1994)

Fortunate Circumstances Trevor McDonald (Weidenfeld & Nicholson 1993) As the anchor for ITN’s nightly News at Ten, Trevor...

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Culture

Island Beat (Summer 1994)

CARNIVAL IN ANTIGUA The last week of July and the first Monday and Tuesday in August are set aside for one of the Caribbean’s great...

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Culture, Literature, Arts, People

Telling Tales: Caribbean Storytelling

Thirty 10-year-olds are sitting on the floor with their eyes wide in rapt attention, enthralled. They’re in a primary school somewhere in...

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Culture, Food and Cuisine, Sint Maarten, Trinidad and Tobago

Caribbean Kitchen (Spring 1994)

Fed up with canned and packet soups! Try a good Caribbean recipe. Soups are commonly based on local fruits and vegetables such as avocados,...

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Culture, Music, Reviews

Upbeat (Spring 1994)

CARNIVAL ROUNDUP Here Comes the West Indies is the title of David Rudder‘s 1994 album. The music is uptempo, but the themes are...

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