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R.I.P. Keith Smith, 1945–2011

by Nicholas Laughlin on February 10, 2011

The photograph of Keith Smith that long accompanied his Express column Keith Smith, Trinidadian journalist, died early in the morning of Tuesday 8 February, at the age of 65. Over his forty-five-year career, which started at the now-defunct Daily Mirror and ended at the Trinidad Express, the newspaper he helped found in 1967, Smith was [...]


The talented Mr Bridgens

by Nicholas Laughlin on December 8, 2010

Detail from West India Scenery (1836), by Richard Bridgens This week the CRB publishes Jonathan Ali’s review of Moloch Tropical, the most recent film by the Haitian director Raoul Peck; as well as an essay by Judy Raymond on the nineteenth-century Trinidadian artist Michel Jean Cazabon. “He’s considered a pioneer,” Raymond writes, and indeed in [...]


Five reasons to read the CRB: Brendan de Caires

by Nicholas Laughlin on November 8, 2010

The Portal (2006; 107 x 73 cm), by Stanley Greaves; from the Shadows Move Among Them series During November and December 2010, the CRB is running a readers’ donation drive. Find out more here. This post is the first of a series in which CRB contributors suggest five reasons to read and support the magazine [...]