Welcome to the first edition of the new Caribbean Culture newsletter! The newsletter, which will be sent to subscribers every Sunday, will give you the latest scoop on topics about the Caribbean for you to use in your plans, dreams and studies.
As the new editor for the Caribbean Culture site at BellaOnline, I hope to bring you information that you can both use and enjoy. You can expect to see details on each island, travel tips, cultural and historical facts, recipes, and reviews of Caribbean books, music and periodicals. You’ll find information that helps you plan trips and parties, write reports, and experience new aspects of the culture.
You probably get plenty of e-mail already, but I invite you to sign up to receive the newsletter every week. And if you do, here are a few things you may want to know:
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I hope you’ll subscribe and continue to drop in on the Caribbean Culture site often! And if you have any ideas for articles, I’d love to hear them!