Issue 106
(November/December 2010)

In this Issue:

Shiva Ragoonanan hard at work at his potter’s wheel, forming an urn used in Hindu pujas

Shiva Ragoonanan: feat of clay

Shiva Ragoonanan of Trinidad practises the dying art of pottery. Mirissa De Four watched him working at his wheel
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Perfect presents for foodie friends

Gloves that peel vegetables…a blowtorch? There are some surprises on Franka Philip’s Christmas shopping list
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Jennifer Hosten: night of the nutmeg princess

When Miss Grenada won the Miss World contest in 1970 she almost caused an international incident. James Ferguson explains the uproar
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Angus Mackay in his studio

Rhythms International rocks

Radio DJ Angus Mackay is spreading the gospel of world music, one Iraqi at a time. Garry Steckles is a convert to the cause
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Jahdan Blakkamoore

CD Reviews – November/December 2010

The new music that is reflecting the region right now
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Fuller-Provoteaux with the many ingredients needed for baking a traditional Christmas must-have delicacy – black cake

Barbara Fuller-Provoteaux: “Christmas is the happiest day of the year”

So Barbara Fuller-Provoteaux takes it very seriously. She told James Fuller why her preparations start in August
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Shamshu Deen: reaping the fruit of the family tree

Shamshu Deen has pioneered research into the ancestry of Trinidadians of Indian descent. Kevin Baldeosingh on the man and his genealogical methods
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Sugar Minott: a sweet voice falls silent

David Katz pays tribute to a pioneer of lovers rock reggae
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Errol Jones: a gentleman and a player

A founder member of Derek Walcott’s Trinidad Theatre Workshop, Errol Jones was often called the region’s finest actor. Judy Raymond marks his passing
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Sydney Allicock: the man from Iwokrama

A member of Guyana’s First Peoples, Sydney Allicock is an advocate, environmentalist and poet. Raymond Ramcharitar profiles an unassuming visionary
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The garden on the rocks

Debbie Jacob strolls through the Andromeda Gardens of Barbados
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Happenings – November/December 2010

A round-up of current and coming events on the Caribbean calendar
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On Black River approaching “Mangrove Avenue”

Top 10 Jamaica: land of wood and water

Asked to list the top ten things to do in Jamaica, Nazma Muller was spoilt for choice
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