Post Tagged with: "Issue 88 (November/December 2007)"

Takyanna Nedd of Roxborough Composite School and Brillience Sammy of Waterloo High School discuss ideas. Photograph courtesy RBTT Financial Group

Young, gifted and back

RBTT creates well-rounded students through the regional Young Leaders programme.

Stephen Ames with his wife Jodi and their sons Justin and Ryan. Photograph courtesy Marilyn Ames

Stephen Ames: big men and a little white ball

Marlon Miller follows Stephen Ames’s bogeys and birdies over the years.

Photograph courtesy GMTCS

Green goodies from Guyana

From crabwood oil to soap, see why the North West Organics line of products are good for your health and the environment.

Several holes on the Dye Fore course sit high on the gorge, 500 feet above the beautiful Chavron River. Photograph courtesy Casa De Campo

Tee time: Caribbean golf courses

Andrew Marshall strolls around the best and most beautiful Caribbean golf courses.

Lady Saw (Marion Hall). Photograph courtesy VP Records

Lady Saw: she came, she saw

Garry Steckles becomes a Lady Saw fan at the St Kitts Music Festival.

Shaggy looking back at Hayfield at the beginning of the Cunha Cunha pass. Photograph by Emily Zobel Marshall

Tracking Anansi

Emily Zobel Marshall finds Anansi, the star of Caribbean folktales, among the Maroons of Jamaica.

Claire Piper (in red) serenades guests at President`s House, Trinidad. Photograph courtesy E Matthews

Piper of parang

Laura Dowrich-Phillips looks at the life of a parrandera musician, Claire Piper, during parang season in Trinidad.

NDTC dancers in Rex Nettleford’s Ancestral Dance-work. Photograph courtesy Maria Layacona

The Jamaica’s National Dance Theatre Company: renewal and resistance

Jamaica’s National Dance Theatre Company celebrated its 45th anniversary this year. Founder Professor Rex Nettleford looks back at its history .

Illustration by James Hackett

The buzz (November/December 2007)

A conference for black American divers in Tobago.

View of Kukenan and Roraima from the second mirador on the trail from Paraitepui, Canaima National Park, Estado Bolivar, Venezuela.  Photograph by Nicholas Laughlin

Mt Roraima: House of the Gods

Nicholas Laughlin retraces his steps to the summit of the mystical Mt Roraima.