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Issue 115

Issue 115

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In honour of Indian Arrival. Photograph by Edison Boodoosingh

Happenings – May/June 2012

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

Jeremy Taylor on 20 years of Caribbean Beat [ONLINE EXCLUSIVE]

Jeremy Taylor on 20 years of Caribbean Beat [ONLINE EXCLUSIVE]

Caribbean Beat's founding editor Jeremy Taylor on 20 years of publishing Caribbean Beat magazine.

Drying cocoa beans. Photograph by Celia Sorhaindo

A Green [Organic] Valley in Grenada

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

Roslyn Carrington. Photograph by Daren Johnson, www.depictionsbeyond.com

Simona Taylor: Romance for Grown-Ups

Cedriann Martin talks to author Roslyn Carrington about her nom-de-plume Simona Taylor, who writes steamy romance novels.

Artist Heather Headley. Photograph courtesy Heather Headley

Heather Headley: a star with her feet on the ground

The Tony & Grammy award winning Trinidad-born star is preparing for the West End debut of 'The Bodyguard'. Caroline Taylor asked her what was next.

Seretse Small. Photograph by Stuart Smellie/Equilibrium Photography

Seretse Small: Take it live

Jamaican musician Seretse Small has big plans for Jamaica’s music industry, as he explained to Nazma Muller .

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Jimmy Cliff: Many rivers to cross

In an extract from his new biography of the singer, David Katz tells how the young Jimmy Cliff made his breakthrough .

Dr Kumar Mahabir. Photograph courtesy Dr Mahabir

Dr Kumar Mahabir: “Our Diversity is our Strength”

For researcher Dr Kumar Mahabir, Trinidad & Tobago’s culture is fertile ground. He talked to Debbie Jacob about his work.

Pat Bishop. Photograph by Mark Lyndersay

Pat Bishop: She belonged to the house of music

Musician, painter, teacher, historian…No one word defines Pat Bishop, the leading lady of the arts in Trinidad & Tobago, who died a year ago.