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Director Faisal Lutchmedial will be coming to the Trinidad & Tobago Film Festival to present his short film “Mr. Crab”, and to find support for his new feature…

Belize Wraps Up 2012 Independence Celebrations Month

Belize Wraps Up 2012 Independence Celebrations Month.

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The National Gallery of Jamaica has announced that its upcoming exhibition, World-A-Reggae: the 100 Best Entries from the First International Reggae Poster Contest, will open to the public…

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Simpson analyzed the American dream in spare poems about war, infidelity and suburban alienation. His ‘At the End of the Open Road’ won the Pulitzer in 1964, as…

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It’s the weekend and travel articles abound. The most interesting of this weekend’s crop is this one by William Lloyd-George for London’s Guardian. A thriving trading post a…

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The Dominican minister of education is sending a committee into the small Caribbean island’s schools to instruct teachers on how to “better manage” homosexuality and “anti-social behavior,” as…

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Now entering its 6th year, the Caribbean Sea Jazz Festival has announced the line-up for this year’s festival. The festival will take place on October 5-6, 2012, in…

Strong Caribbean Representation at 2012 Soul Train Awards

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Some of the music nominated for this year’s Soul Train Awards includes Cover Drive’s “Bajan Style,” Damien “Junior Gong” Marley’s “SuperHeavy,” Jimmy Cliff’s “Rebirth,” Matisyahu’s “Spark Seeker,” and…

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Yoani Sánchez’s latest piece for The Huffington Post looks at the cult of the Virgen de la Caridad del Cobre in Cuba. A few days ago a lady…