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Elegant English adventurer

The mythic James Bond may have lived a bit more dangerously, but the life of the very real Robin Tattersall has been punctuated with Bond like elements of elegance, adventure and the indisputable contribution of kismet.

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Feature Stories

Guardian of the culture

Ricardo Alegria, a native of Old San Juan, was the Don Quixote of the Old City, who saved the crumbling seven blocks from destruction in the 1950s. Click for more.

Educator and fungi master

Elmore Stoutt, spent 46 years in education and is credited with making massive improvements. He is also an engaging entertainer and known as one of the islands' most intriguing fungi masters. Click for more.

Vision outside the classroom

Gene Emanuel, iconic professor at the University of the Virgin Islands, died in July 2011. We remember him as a dedicated guardian of Caribbean culture. We reprint our profile as a small tribute to a man who remains larger than life. Click for more.

Corporate mind with a Caribbean heart

Meet Yndiana Montes, and you won't forget. Her enthusiasm is infectious, and when it’s for the Caribbean, all islands are included. Click for more.

The heart of hospitality

Her smile lights up the room, and the songs she sings and the food she dishes out keep customers coming back. Antigua native Gladys Isles-Jones has been the heart and soul of Gladys Cafe in St. Thomas for two decades. Click for more.

Elegant English adventurer

The mythic James Bond may have lived a bit more dangerously, but the life of the very real Robin Tattersall has been punctuated with Bond like elements of elegance, adventure and the indisputable contribution of kismet. Click for more.