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New Books: “Ambition and Desire: The Dangerous Life of Josephine Bonaparte”

Kate Williams recently published a biography of Josephine Bonaparte that Library Journal calls “not just a scholarly work, but a page-turner” and The Telegraph calls “A whirlwind tour of French history.” … 350 more words

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2014 Caribbean Cup Finals: Reggae Boyz Claim Sixth Title

Hosts Jamaica are the 2014 Caribbean Cup champions after coming out on top in a tense penalty shoot-out in the final. Here we look back on the tournament’s finals with analysis, pics, highlights and more… 3,181 more words

Trinidad & Tobago

A Visitor

This past week I’ve had a very important guest staying with me – my friend from school, Nehal. I never actually liked her before but she just randomly booked a flight and decided to gatecrash so it seemed only fair that I show her a good time around the island. 808 more words


An afternoon spent in paradise

St Lucia is AMAZING. And we almost didn’t make it.

We thought we’d allowed plenty of time to get to the airport but nope. For such a tiny island, it has an absolute crapload of traffic. 313 more words


Innovation is thriving in Martinique, with the Technopole Martinique

At SYNOBOL, our aspiration is to help Caribbean companies make the best of their presence online, to improve their business capability.

We’re always excited to see the Caribbean community moving in the right direction. 254 more words


Why I Don't Watch TV in Martinique

I don’t watch TV here.  I used to.  10 years ago I lived on a daily diet of BET and a German cop show I still remember storylines from relatively vividly.  2,044 more words