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Jamaican-born R&B singer Martell Nelson, better known as Razah. Photograph courtesy Def Jam

Snapshots (July/August 2008)

A brief look at Caribbean people doing extraordinary things.

Jeffrey Stollmeyer, left, and Andy Ganteaume opening the innings in Jamaica, 1946. Photograph by MEDIANET/ANDY GANTEAUME

Book reviews (July/August 2008)

Reviews of some new Caribbean books.

A masquerader enjoys herself on the streets of Grenada, during the carnival celebrations. Photograph courtesy The Grenada Board of Tourism

Happenings (July/August 2008)

A brief look at the events that will have the Caribbean buzzing in July and August.

Latin Reggae. CD cover courtesy PUTUMAYO

CD reviews (July/August 2008)

Reviews of some new Caribbean CDs.

The Caroni swamp at dusk. Photograph courtesy The Trinidad And Tobago Film Company

Trinidad & Tobago: location, location, location

Trinidad and Tobago can offer the perfect backdrop for almost any feature film.

The Insatiable Season: Making Carnival in Trinidad and Tobago directed by Mariel Brown. Photograph courtesy Savant Ltd

DVD reviews (July/August 2008)

Reviews of some new Caribbean DVDs.

Simla, 2008. Photograph by Christopher Broadbridge

The view from Simla

Christopher Broadbridge climbs battlements and terraces to visit Simla, a tropical research centre hidden in the hills of Trinidad.

Cuba`s Dayron Robles competes to place first in the men`s 60m hurdles in Stuttgart, Germany, in February. Photograph courtesy OLIVER LANG/AFP/GETTY IMAGES

Top ten Caribbean Olympic hopefuls 2008

Who will bring the Caribbean Olympic glory in Beijing? Kwame Laurence assesses the regional hopefuls for 2008.

The Concord Falls. Photograph by David Katz

Top 10 things to do in Grenada

From remote hot springs to Italian food on Grand Anse beach, Grenada provides unexpected activities for the fun-loving....

Usain Bolt in the men`s 200m race at the London Grand Prix 2007. Photograph by Ryan Pierse/Getty Images

Usain Lightning Bolt

He is a 200m specialist, but he now holds the 100m world record. Laura Dowrich-Phillips talks to Jamaican sprint sensation Usain Bolt.