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Marguerite Gordon. Photograph courtesy Marguerite Gordon/Garth Murrell

Marguerite Gordon: lady of the manners

Issue 98 (July/August 2009) | 1 comment
Her name is synonymous with elegance and etiquette, and now Marguerite Gordon has published a book on the topic

Facing the world again from the doorway of Serenity Place. Photograph by Mariamma Kambon

The struggle for serenity

Issue 95 (January/February 2009) | 0 comments
70 In south Trinidad, a group of women is working towards building the only all-female drug rehabilitation centre in the region.

Roslyn Carrington. Photograph by Daren Johnson, www.depictionsbeyond.com

Simona Taylor: Romance for Grown-Ups

Issue 115 (May/June 2012) | 0 comments
Cedriann Martin talks to author Roslyn Carrington about her nom-de-plume Simona Taylor, who writes steamy romance novels

Annette Arjoon at the mangrove nursery. Photograph by Ian Brierly

Annette Arjoon-Martins: “The grassroots people are the real heroes”

Issue 110 (July/August 2011) | 0 comments
Annette Arjoon-Martins heads Guyana’s Mangrove Restoration Project

Fay-Ann Lyons. Photograph courtesy Fay-Ann Lyons

Fay-Ann Lyons: “Enjoy yourself and perform your heart out”

Issue 113 (January/February 2012) | 0 comments
Soca star Fay-Ann Lyons tells Cedriann Martin how she balances family life and a Carnival career

Earthquake damage to the orphanage. Photograph by Erik Feely

Helping Haiti hold on to its honour

Issue 109 (May/June 2011) | 0 comments
A group from T&T is helping to rebuild an orphanage there. Cedriann J Martin on what’s rising out of the rubble after last year’s terrible earthquake

Photograph by Shirley Bahadur (Digitally altered by MEP to place sign in background)

The doubles life of George X

Issue 112 (November/December 2011) | 0 comments
Cedriann J Martin records a day in the life of a T&T doubles vendor – and explains her famous brand name