Issue 14
(Summer 1995)

In this Issue:

Among the canefields of Couva, Trinidad, sixteen-year-old Bharata Natyam dancer Shwetha Verma celebrates 150 years of Indian presence. Photo by Sean Drakes

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Photograph by Kenny Lee

Fairways in the Sun: Golf in the Caribbean

The Caribbean is famous for its luxurious golf resorts and courses framed by palm trees and blue water. Edward Cherry explores some of the region's best golf
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At the Amerindian Rodeo in Lethem Guyana. Photograph by Abigail Hadeed

Postcard From the Rupununi, Guyana

Photographer Abigail Hadeed explores the Rupununi savannahs of Guyana and finds rodeos, jaguars, otters, petroglyphs and ranch-style holidays
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Celebrating Divali, the Hindu fastival of lights, at Chaguanas. Photograph by Gerard Gaskin

A Passage From India

Some 150 years ago, a sailing ship docked in Port of Spain after a three month voyage with recruited workers from India, that changed the Caribbean.
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Trinidad's energy-based industries have been concentrated at Point Lisas; now a second group is starting to take shape at Brighton/La Brea further south. Photograph by Mark Lyndersay

Trinidad: The Big League

Trinidad and Tobago has become one of the world's hottest investment centres. David Renwick explains why
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Illustration by Wendell Mc Shine

A Little Mannish Water: Caribbean Cuisine

Forget about the hamburgers and the steak-and-fries: the Caribbean has a fine cuisine of its own. Garry Steckles cooks up some of the region's favourite dishes
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Illustration by Shalini Seereeram

Miss Lou’s Love Letter

Louise Bennett, the legendary Jamaican poet and story-teller, explains how a good Jamaican male proposes
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Caribbean Poets: “After One Year”

Guyana's great poet Martin Carter is this issue's contributor
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Caribbean Bookshelf (Summer 1995)

A selection of new books from and about the Caribbean
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Upbeat (Summer 1995)

New Caribbean music releases from leading reggae, calypso and soca artists
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Caribbean Kitchen (Summer 1995)

International chef Joe Brown continues his Caribbean journey, this time on the water
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