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Issue 32

Issue 32




Enter the dragon; 1997 Carnival in Notting Hill. Photograph by Horace Ové

Notting Hill Carnival: Coming from the Cold

London’s Notting Hill Carnival is Europe’s largest street party. Annabelle Alcazar takes you there.

Golf clinic at the Chaguaramas Golf Club. Photograph by Mark Meredith

Seeing Green: Trinidad’s Stephen Ames

Stephen Ames is putting Trinidad and Tobago and the Caribbean on the golfing map. Mark Meredith finds out how it all started.

National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London

Lord Nelson’s West Indian Widow: Franny Nisbet

Frances Parkes finds out about Franny Nisbet, Admiral Nelson's great Caribbean love.

1948, first students from the Eastern Caribbean arrive in Jamaica. Photograph by UWI

Golden Jubilee: UWI at 50

Rex Nettleford and Hilary Sherlock on the first 30 years of the University of the West Indies.

Frenchman's Creek near Port Antonio. Photograph by Mike Toy

Jamaica Watch – Kingston Jammin’

Mark Raymond and Kim Johnson on the pleasures of Jamaica’s capital.

Traditional tuk band. Photograph by Eleanor Chandler

Harvest of Fun: Barbados Crop Over

The roots of Barbados’s Crop Over festival lie deep in the colonial past. Roxan Kinas looks at what it is today and where it came from.

Pigeon Point. Photograph by Mark Lyndersay

Time for Tobago: A Destination Guide

Jeremy Taylor on the far-reaching changes under way in Tobago.


Upbeat (July/August 1998)

New Caribbean Music.