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Issue 123

Issue 123

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Still from Melaza. Photograph courtesy the trinidad + tobago film festival

Caribbean Datebook (September/October 2013)

Events around the Caribbean in September and October 2013.

Illustration by Darren Cheewah

Word of mouth (September/October 2013)

Discover a new crop of Jamaican artists, experience J’Ouvert Brooklyn style, and jam to Dominica’s World Creole Music Festival.

Silver and ultramarine blue diamond jumpsuit with woven trim details. Photograph by Bernado Neri

Admas Mahdere: smooth as silk

Cayman-based Admas Mahdere brings Ethiopian textures to the Caribbean.

West Indies women’s team players celebrate on the field. Photograph courtesy the West Indies Cricket Board

New kids on the pitch: the West Indies women’s cricket team

The West Indies women’s cricket team is on the rise.

Vincentian artist and ARC magazine editor Holly Bynoe. Photograph courtesy Holly Bynoe

Holly Bynoe: “I depend on the kindness of strangers”

Travel tips from Vincentian artist and ARC magazine editor Holly Bynoe.

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Caribbean Playlist (September/October 2013)

Recent tunes to get your feet tapping (September/October 2013).

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Caribbean Bookshelf (September/October 2013)

This month’s reading picks – Oonya Kempadoo’s novel & much more.

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Bittersweet: remembering Mott Green

Franka Philip remembers the late Mott Green and his vision for Grenadian chocolate.

Drupatee Ramgoonai. Photograph taken by Mark Lyndersay at the Trinidad Valley Harps panyard, Penal

Chutney Soca Succession

Mark Lyndersay’s images capture two generations of chutney soca stars, while writer Essiba Small explains how the sound has evolved over the decades.