Stories about Grenada from September, 2007
Ever seen a live Tattoo (considered a “wild meat” delicacy by many West Indians)? Then Free Spirit‘s pictures will have to do…
Guyana-Gyal inspires Free Spirit to wonder about her accomplishments in Grenada – and she posts images of one of her proudest triumphs.
“This time in the island's history is still not openly discussed or taught in schools”: Free Spirit laments the fact that the only public memorial to the Grenadian coup seems to be a wall of graffiti.
Living Dominica finds out about the hurricane history of the island and adds to a Grenadian blogger's advice on how to be prepared.
“Grenada's ruling New National Party admitted they received campaign financing from a failed offshore bank but denied that the funds ever went directly to its leader,” writes The Bajan Reporter, as he details how the case increased pressure for the passing of legislation to govern campaign financing on the island.
“People shy away from the secularization of their fiction. Fantasy is by its very nature SPIRITUAL”: Tobias Buckell refers to essays by Guy Stewart to stimulate discussion about science fiction and Christianity.