Issue 15
(September/October 1995)

In this Issue:

Wind and wave: Barbados windsurfing champion Brian Talma in action. Photo by D.W. Hollenbeck

Issue 15

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Upbeat (Autumn 1995)

New Caribbean music - reggae, calypso, soca, and pan
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Brian Talma on home territory in Barbados. Photograph by Roxan Kinas

Brian Talma: King of the Waves

The Caribbean's champion windsurfer Brian Talma is profiled by Roxan Kinas
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Illustration by Christopher Cozier

Making Money in the Sun

Tony Thorndike looks at a vibrant Caribbean industry - offshore banking and finance
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Caribbean Bookshelf (Autumn 1995)

A round-up of new books about the Caribbean
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LeRoy in studio. Photograph by Sean Drakes

Warrior Art: LeRoy Clarke

Artist LeRoy Clark has spent 25 years on a Caribbean epic which charts man's spiritual growth from the depths to the heights
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Codrington College: the majestic driveway. Photograph by Felix Kerr

Christopher’s Legacy: Codrington College

Codrington College in Barbados celebrates its 250th anniversary this year, making it one of the oldest educational institutions in the Caribbean
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Illustration by Shalini Seereeram

Cobweb

Paul Keens-Douglas brushes away the cobwebs that bother him
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Lennox Honychurch at work. Photograph courtesy Lennox Honychurch

Lennox Honychurch: Love for an Island

Sharon Almerigi meets Lennox Honychurch, whose books, paintings, poems, designs and conservation projects all celebrate his native Dominica
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Sonny Ramadhin

Cecil Gray evokes the spirit of West Indies cricket
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The new Gran Courland resort on the west coast of Tobago. Photograph by Gran Courland

Island Beat (Autumn 1995)

Events and people in the news around the islands
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