Post Tagged with: "Issue 95 (January/February 2009)"

Midtown Manhattan--West 42nd Street, near Times Square. Photograph by David Corio

Happenings (January/February 2009)

A round-up of current events on the Caribbean calendar.

Sitara Baal performs at the launch of T and T Ent in July 2007. Photograph courtesy T &T Ent

Flying the flag: T&T Ent

T&T Ent funds performers to help them put the country on the map.

Cap Cana--Juanillo Beach. Photograph courtesy Cap Cana, Dominican Republic

Tourism drive in the Dominican Republic

David Pye offers a sneak preview of the new luxury resorts of the Dominican Republic .

Jonathan Francois, operations director. Photograph courtesy Caribbean Tutors

Learning online with a computer tutor

Students around the region and beyond can now link to the web-based classes form Trinidad. James Fuller logged on.

An ancient skull rests deep in a cave at Aktun Tunichil Muknal. Photograph by Bob Berwyn

The coral gardens of Belize’s Cockroach Caye

Ecology, history, diving and Belikin beer: Bob Berwyn enjoys an all-inclusive vacation in Belize.

Bob Marley and the Wailers. Photograph by Urbanimage.tv/56 Hope Road Music/Adrian Boot

Book reviews (January/February 2009)

Reviews of some new Caribbean Books.

Incoming medical students don their white coats, a symbol of their chosen profession. Photograph by Joshua Yetman and courtesy SGU

School in the sun: Grenada’s St George’s University

St George’s University, in the tropical setting of Grenada, was once considered merely an offshore American institution. Not any more!.

'Right Here Right Now', the latest production by guitarist Theron Shaw

CD reviews (January/February 2009)

Reviews of some new Caribbean CDs.

Karen King-Aribisala: hanging in the balance

Karen King-Aribisala: hanging in the balance

Guyanese writer Karen King-Aribisala discovered there’s a fine line between fiction and reality when she wrote an award-winning novel.

Andrew Sanoir, also known as Kootoo, King Devil. Photograph by Alex De Verteuil

DVD reviews (January/February 2009)

Reviews of some new Caribbean DVDs.