Stories about Caribbean from September, 2005
Caribbean Free Radio Podcast number 33 – a conversation with Lilliput Theater Company alumi, Elisha Bartels and Nicholai LaBarrie – is now available.
Taran Rampersad has an informative, hyperlinked remix of Prime Minister Patrick Manning's 2005-2006 Budget Statement followed by Taran's own commentary on its significance.
Lusan has a brief introduction to the history of reggae music in Jamaica.
With global oil reserves running low, Belizean writes about a company which will begin searching for oil in Belize.
Bermuda Blog has some photos of tropical storm Philippe's passing 60 miles south of the island.
Lost in Smallness reminds readers that all political campaigning must end several days before the election. Results are available from the A.P.
Anguilla Eric Olsen has a post on Blogcritics.org about Anguilla's upcoming Tranquility Jazz Festival from November 9th to the 13th. Bob Green's Anguilla News covers American Eagles’ recent announcement of...
Bahamas Blog says that Minister of Education, Alfred Sears, admitted at a town hall meeting that construction “contracts were given to people for political reasons who did not do an...
Lost in Smallness promises to not post again on Natalee Holloway and has her last say in doing so.
Janine Edwards has posted photos of this years Parade of Troupes on Bob Green's Anguilla News.
My Issues Are Showing posts about the Trinidadian folk legend of the Soucouyant. In a comment, Abeni says the same legend exists in St. Vincent.
Living Guyana is reluctantly optimistic about president Jagdeo's promise to clear the red tape around investing.
Blah, Bloh, Blog remembers hurricane Ivan on its first anniversary and recounts her own experiences.
Simone Engeln is thrilled that Simones Belize Blog was chosen as one of Technorati's featured weblogs today.
Taran Rampersad has a summary of last week's Caribbean Internet Governance Forum held in Guyana as well as Software Freedom Day. Jacqueline Morris, from Trinidad and Tobago was also at...
FYR looks for some humorous distraction as protests continue on outside his workplace. He also says Bruce Golding, who called for the protests, has definitely lost his vote.
this, that, & whatever writes about an apparent raw sugar shortage in Barbados’ supermarkets and notes the irony that the island “produces about 50,000 tonnes of the commodity a year.”