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St Vincent and the Grenadines is one country made up of thirty-two delightful islands — and the latest destination for Caribbean Airlines. The September/October 2017 issue of Caribbean Beat takes readers on a visual tour of the Antillean nation, from the volcanic black sand beaches of St Vincent to the gingerbread cottages of Mustique and the boat-builders of Bequia — whose colourful coconut boats appear on the magazine’s cover. This issue also introduces readers to some extraordinarily talented people across the Caribbean.
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We’ve done our due diligence to determine the most reputable organisations dedicated to assisting our Caribbean neighbours. Some of the options listed below are initiatives originating in Trinidad & Tobago, while others are based in affected territories. We have included how they describe their own efforts, and assurances they have made about how donations will be used. If there are other initiatives or organisations we have missed with a strong record of transparently delivering much-needed aid, please let us know.
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Caribbean Screenshots (March/April 2017) Film Reviews - Caribbean Beat Magazine Jonathan Ali
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Caribbean Playlist (March/April 2017) | Music Reviews - Caribbean Beat Magazine Nigel A. Campbell
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Caribbean Bookshelf (March/April 2017) | Book Reviews - Caribbean Beat Magazine Shivanee Ramlochan
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A river race in Belize, St Patrick’s Day in St Croix — plus a drum festival, kite-flying, & cricket | Caribbean Beat
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A compendium of curry | Cookup - Caribbean Beat Magazine Franka Philip
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Thank God it’s Monday | The Look - Caribbean Beat Magazine aliamicheleChandra Maharaj
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Christmas is about goodwill, family, friends — and presents. But showering your loved ones with gifts doesn’t have to mean brand-name imports. Nazma Muller suggests some sustainable and very covetable Caribbean-made holiday presents
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Agriculture is an essential industry — how else do we feed ourselves? — but traditionally has been considered back-breaking, thankless, old-fashioned work. That’s starting to change, Erline Andrews reports, as a new generation of young Caribbean “farmer-preneurs” adopt the latest technological advances in one of human-kind’s oldest activities
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