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Meet Francesca Murray, author of the world’s first digital English travel guide to Martinique!

Francesca Murray is no newbie to Caribbean travel. Originally from Los Angeles, California, Francesca first visited the Caribbean on a family trip to Jamaica when she was a child. 1,392 more words

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The Great, Great Simon Vallee

Getting my DNA results  a couple of weeks ago has inspired a new wave of family history research activity that is paying off already.  This week I made my most exciting genealogical discovery to date thanks to… 1,478 more words

Maternal

Art Exhibition: Llewellyn Xavier’s “Célébration”

Fondation Clément presents Llewellyn Xavier’s “Célébration.” The exhibition—curated by Dominique Brebion—opened on Thursday, August 3, 2017, and is on view until September 28, 2017, at at L’Habitation Clément in Le François, Martinique. 261 more words

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Martinique

Martinique is a fascinating island. Even though the island is part of the Caribbean, in some ways it doesn’t have that typical Caribbean vibe. Martinique is very much French. 1,275 more words

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Les dégustations : les nouveaux Neisson, comment n'y sont ?

C’est vrai ça, comment n’y sont ces Neisson ? N’y sont bons ? Ouais, quand je tiens une bonne blague, je ne la lâche pas (en fait, quand la blague n’est pas super – euphémisme détecté – je fais la même chose :P). 2,134 more words

Dégustations

Deadline Extended: “THEATER AND PERFORMANCE IN THE FRENCH ATLANTIC SLAVE COLONIES”

On History’s Stage: Theater and Performance in the French Atlantic Slave Colonies is a two-part conference co-sponsored by Louisiana State University and the Université des Antilles-Martinique. 451 more words

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Chocolat ELOT

My co-worker Anthony R. gave me this bar, which his mother brought back from the island of Martinique.

This chocolate was unusual. At 42% cacao, it was very light for a dark chocolate, even lighter than the… 86 more words

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