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International sport would not be the same without those men and women from the Caribbean who redefined excellence.
Elsie Augustave's "The Roving Tree" is a welcome debut novel that digs deep into Haitian culture.
When the West Indies ruled the world
Despite remaining a mystery to most, cricket is followed by billions, making it one of the world's most popular sports. And for over a decade during the 1980's, the West Indies bestrode the world like a Colossus.
Sofrito, also called Sazon, or green seasoning, is the base of many a great Caribbean dish, and is easy to prepare.
Classic island limin'
If you're on the right island at the right time, make sure to drop in on an authentic Caribbean lime. Be warned. This isn't happy hour.
Caribbean Bloggers IV
Throwing aspotlight on some of the region's more effective bloggers, our focus shifts to an American couple in the Turks and Caicos islands.
Caribbean Blogger's III
The third in our serious on Caribbean ex-pat bloggers comes from the Cayman Islands. "Barlow's Cayman" is an enthralling, controversial read.
Feeling sluggish? Dig out the blender and treat yourself to a tropical smoothie
The emergence of niche food festivals in the Caribbean is a mark of the region's culinary strength.
Underwater Caribbean Part II
Look beneath the unassuming surface of the Caribbean Sea and you'll find a famous wreck, active volcano, and a man riding a bicycle...
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