Topic Tag: World War II

Arrive, Travel, Lifestyle, St. Lucia

Gros Islet, St Lucia | Neighbourhood

Streetscape Gros Islet itself remains a mostly residential and mostly quiet district, with a handful of picturesque nineteenth-century...

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Travel, Culture, Lifestyle, Trinidad and Tobago

Chaguaramas: welcome to Yacht City

West of the Trinidad and Tobago capital Port of Spain, a long peninsula reaches out towards Venezuela. Once occupied by American forces...

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Reviews, Arts

Reviews (November/December 2010)

Recording the region’s heritage for young readers Debbie Jacob rounds up recent local fiction for pre-teens There’s a quiet and quite...

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Culture, Business, Trinidad and Tobago

A stroll in the InTech park

A deserted World War II airfield in east Trinidad is going to become a park. It will be home to dozens of species of butterflies, and no...

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Reviews, Literature

Book reviews (November/December 2008)

Marcus Garvey: hero or hustler? “We are going to emancipate ourselves from mental slavery because whilst others might free the body, none...

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Culture, Literature

Shakespeare and co.

Prospero’s Daughter, by Elizabeth Nunez (Ballantine Books, ISBN 0-345-45535-5, 316 pp) Grace, by Elizabeth Nunez (Ballantine Books, ISBN...

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Literature, People, History, St. Martin, United States

Islands in the stream

A lonely and unloved wife has an affair with the man whom her husband has hired as her tutor. A complicated and finally tragic three-way...

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Culture

Island Beat (Nov/Dec 1995)

Come On Down Write this dates in your diary right away: February 19 and 20, 1996. Carnival in Trinidad. Already the masquerade bands are...

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