THE HALF DECENT FOOTBALL MAGAZINE

Estud19 February ~ Hardly anything is very serious in the Caribbean. I mean, the Cuban revolution of the 1950s was fairly serious, but it has since come to light that Castro had a special regiment of table dancers for the last few weeks of the conflict. Aruba is an island quite giddy with its own Caribbean-ness: it has three Mardi Gras, two of which don't even pretend to be necessary and its annual literary prize has "Best Happy Ending" as a sub-category. Read more

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