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Inside this issue: • Events around the Caribbean in November & December, from the Bahamas International Film Festival to a celebration of ballet in Cuba • Word of mouth: the Gimistory festival in Cayman, the Miami Book Fair, soca star Machel Montano's big- screen debut — and paranging till it hurts in Trinidad • Grenadian designer Ana Granada • Trinidadian Dexter Webb takes on the New York Marathon • This month’s reading, music, and film picks • Grenada born, New York based chef Yvette LaCrette • The inimitable Calypso Rose of Trinidad & Tobago • Three artists with Caribbean roots — Jeannette Ehlers, Michelle Eistrup, and Sasha Huber — are making hard-hitting works in Scandinavia • Leroy Sibbles of the Heptones • New fiction by Barbara Jenkins • Six Barbadians talk about their lives and work, what they love about their home island, and their biggest hopes for the future, as Barbados marks 50 years of Independence • Exploring Brooklyn, New York • An alphabet of Caribbean beaches, from A to Z! • Our quick guide to getting the most out of Georgetown, Guyana when time is tight • Suggestions for some sustainable and very covetable Caribbean-made holiday gifts • Caribbean “farmer-preneurs” are changing the way we think about agriculture • A squadron of battle-hardened guerrillas landed on Cuba’s coast sixty years ago, launching the revolution that would change their country forever • Nassau’s Junkanoo rush

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