Issue 34
(November/December 1998)

In this Issue:

Errol Hill

Errol Hill: Carnival Professor

The life and times of Errol Hill
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Fishing boats at Grand Anse Beach, Grenada. Photo: Mike Toy

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Karl Broodhagen: Hands of Clay

Barbadian scupltor Karl Broodhagen has chronicled an era by scuplting the people around him. He talks to Christopher Cozier about his life and work
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Orisha Trinidad: Drums and Colours

Orisha, an African-rooted religion practised in Trinidad and Tobago, has survived for generations despite much misunderstanding. David Tindall learns
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Our Homes, Our Castles

Caribbean architecture is a blend of the old world and the new. Mark Raymond examines the connections
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Where Nature Lives

Ron Toft goes on safari at the Big Cypress Seminole Indian Reservation in Florida swamp country
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Island Beat (November/December 1998)

What's hot and happening in the islands
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Upbeat (November/December 1998)

New Caribbean Music
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Caribbean Bookshelf (November/December 1998)

New and recent books about the Caribbean
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The birth of negritude

James Ferguson reads much into Aime Cesaire’s Notebook of a Return to My Native Land
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Photo Jamaica

Martin Mordecai looks at StudioArt and the growth of photography in Jamaica
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How to name a hummingbird

Kim Johnson looks at the tiniest birds through the eyes of history
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Essequibo Stories

An excerpt from an autobiography by Keith Jardim
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Don’t Leave Home Without It

James Ferguson travels vicariously on the 75th anniversary of the South American Handbook
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Tropical Chocs

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Last Chance to Party

Mark Meredith looks groggily into the future
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