Datebook (May/June 2000)

Here's news of the main events in May and June.

Photograph by Orlando Romain

Petite Martinique: as wide as a smile

Residents of tiny Petite Martinique in the Grenadine chain are like one big extended family, says Antonia MacDonald.

St George's and the Carenage. Photograph courtesy the Grenada Board of Tourism

Caribbean Rum & Beer Festival in Grenada, and so much more!

What's on in Grenada - the Spice Isle or Kirani Country! - from mid-2012 to mid-2013, including the Caribbean Rum & Beer Festival in November.

Yohan Blake is the current 100m world champion and one person who could take Usain Bolt’s Olympic crown. Photograph by © The Gleaner Company Ltd 2011

The Caribbean at the 2012 Olympic games

Kwame Laurence looks at the Caribbean athletes heading for the London Olympic Games, identifies the ones to watch, and weighs their chances of success.

Drying cocoa beans. Photograph by Celia Sorhaindo

A Green [Organic] Valley in Grenada

Paul Crask visits the organic agri-tourism attraction Belmont Estate.

Stacey Byer - Forged. Photograph by Stacey Byer

Painting the real picture: Grenadian women in art

Grenada’s women artists are going beyond the stereotypes of regional art. David Katz spoke to them.

Peter de Savary. Photograph by Joshua Yetman

Peter de Savary: smelling the nutmeg

British entrepreneur Peter de Savary is making major investments in Grenada. He told Lisa Allen-Agostini why.

Sir Paul’s version

Sir Paul’s version

Jeremy Taylor on Survival for Service, by Paul Scoon, originally published in the Caribbean Review of Books.

Cycling vacation in Curaçao. Photograph courtesy Curaçao Amstel Race

Happenings (November/December 2011)

A round-up of current and coming events on the Caribbean calendar.

Janice Edwards, head cook at Mount Cinnamon boutique resort. Photograph by Joshua Yetman

Cooking for Mount Cinnamon

Janice Edwards brings a homey comfort to her dishes as the head cook at Grenada’s Mount Cinnamon boutique resort. She talked to Lisa Allen-Agostini.