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Out today: the November/December issue of Caribbean Beat

The latest issue of Caribbean Beat, November/December 2005, is out today–and the entire issue is online at our website. Highlights: Kellie Magnus’s story on Jamaica Pantomime; Simon Lee’s “hot list”…

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What blogs are for

Over at Global Voices, Georgia Popplewell and Nicholas Laughlin–the Caribbean Beat bloggers!–have been talking about the state of the Caribbean blogosphere: who’s blogging and why, anonymity vs exhibitionism, the digital…

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Introducing. . . the Caricom passport

The Federation of St. Kitts & Nevis “achieved a major milestone for Caribbean integration yesterday,” writes the Daily Executive Times, “when it began issuing its new Caricom [the Caribbean Community…

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Hummingbird and bush tea

The morning light peeping through the mountains woke us, the dew on the grass energising as we walked to the ‘reever’ (according to Dominicans) through banana trees. A hummingbird with…

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Phillips now a Yale man

St Kitts-born writer Caryl Phillips, who taught for eight years at Barnard College in New York, has joined the English faculty at Yale. He recently gave a reading there from…

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