CULTURE AND ENTERTAINMENT
THE SENTINEL In the introduction to their book entitled CARIBBEAN STYLE, two famous Martiniquan Architects, Jack Berthelot and Martine Gauomé made the following observation:
RESPONSE TO SLAVE RE-ENACTMENT The International Council on Monuments and Sites defines Cultural Heritage as “an expression of the ways of living developed by a community and passed on from generation to generation, including customs, practices, places, objects, artistic expressions and values. Cultural Heritage is often expressed as either Intangible or Tangible Cultural Heritage (ICOMOS, […]
THE CONTINUED “UGLIFICATION” OF URBAN ST. GEORGE In days of yore, when Grenada had Local Government, which was administered by District Boards in every town, St. George’s as the capital, had the distinction of having a Mayor as its chief executive officer. That was before Grenada had its political independence in 1974, when we were […]
YES, JERRY — BUT…… So I’ve read both Jerry’s piece and the response on your website. I hear and understand Jerry’s outrage… but I can’t help but disagree with him for the following reasons:
SLAVES’ LIFE’S SHOULD NEVER BE REENACTED It cannot be true that the National Heritage Committee is planning to launch an event meant to imitate the arrival and life on the slave estates of Grenada.
“THE GRENADA CHOCOLATE FAMILY” SHORTLISTED IN 4 INTERNATIONAL AWARD CATEGORIES St. George — “The Grenada C ho colate Family,” based on stories written by children in the Grenada Community Library’s free creative writing program, has been shortlisted in an unprecedented 4 categories of the prestigious Gourmand Cookbook Awards also considered the Oscars of cookbook awards.
CELEBRATING WITH GRENADA Toronto — Today marks Grenada’s Independence Day and the country’s Toronto consulate prepared in part for it by showcasing art and literary works by Grenadians on Friday.
THIRD WORLD AND QUEEN IFRICA CONFIRMED St. George — Reggae Ambassadors, Third World is one of the longest-lived Reggae bands of all time, and one of Jamaica’s most consistently popular crossover acts among international audiences. Mixing in elements of R&B, funk, pop, and rock and, later on, dancehall and rap, Third World style has been […]