Post Tagged with: "Issue 76 (November/December 2005)"

Rawle Gibbons: breaking down the Ivory Tower

Rawle Gibbons explains how the Centre for Creative and Festival Arts at UWI’s St Augustine campus rethinks the nature of arts education.

Jamaica’s pantomime: upstaging tradition

Jamaica’s National Pantomime has been a Christmas-season tradition since the 1940s, entertaining tens of thousands while preserving folk culture.

Marooned?

Marooned?

Guadeloupean Jean-Claude Flamand’s Nèg Maron launches a new wave in French Caribbean cinema.

Do you believe in magic?

The true Trini roots of UK pop sensation the Magic Numbers.

Rhythm roundup (November/December 2005)

The new music that are reflecting the region right now.

Unwelcome guests: Caribbean hurricanes

After two devastating hurricane seasons in a row, Richard Costas looks at the impact of these meteorological disasters on the Caribbean’s economies.

Caribbean Bookshelf (November/December 2005)

Caribbean Bookshelf (November/December 2005)

The new books that are reflecting the region right now.

Sweet Calypso dreams

Garry Steckles on Calypso Dreams, the documentary by Geoffrey Dunn and Michael Horne that celebrates the golden age of Trinidad calypso.

Damian Marley: The name of the son

Damian Marley: The name of the son

Damian “Jr Gong” Marley steps out of his father’s shadow with his new album Welcome to Jamrock.

John Hearne: two worlds in the blood

James Ferguson wonders if a new edition of John Hearne’s novel Voices Under the Window will revive the reputation of this pioneering Jamaican writer.