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Issue 6

Issue 6

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Illustration by Tomomi Kaharabata

Charging by the Head

Paul Keens-Douglas seeks out a quiet beach and gets embroiled in a furious dispute about the economics of hair-braiding.

Photograph by Michael Hadden

Trinidad & Tobago’s Great Race at 25

Trinidad and Tobago's Great Race.

Forest living: Emerald Tower Resort at Madewini. Photograph by James Henderson

Guyana Gold: A New Tourism

A vast land of forest and mountain, river and waterfall, Guyana is developing a kind of tourism new to the Caribbean. .

Author Ian Thompson

Ian Thomson: Hooked on Haiti

Kathryn Topham meets Ian Thomson, the author of a new full-length book on one of the Caribbean's most intriguing countries - Haiti.

With Banyan colleagues Tony Hall (left) and Christopher Laird (right) at Brimstone Hill, St. Kitts. Photograph courtesy Caribbean Eye

Mister Theatre: Ken Corsbie

Broadcaster and performer, writer and storyteller, Ken Corsbie wants people to discover each other through theatre..

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Caribbean Bookshelf (Summer 1993)

Some new and recent books about the Caribbean.

Mustapha Matura. Photograph by David Ross

Mustapha Matura: My London

The Caribbean-born playwright Mustapaha Matura settled in London three decades ago. He explains what he loves best about his adopted home.

Phyllis Allfrey in the last years of her life. Photograph courtesy Impact Photos

Phyllis Alfrey: The Art of Living Together

Polly Pattullo looks back at the achievement of Dominica's writer-politician, Phyllis Alfrey.

Crop Over. Photograph by Eleanor Chandler

Pick of the Crop: Barbados’ Crop Over

Once the feast that marked the end of the sugar harvest, the Carnival-like Crop Over festival is now the biggest event in Barbados' calendar.