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Haiti marks grim earthquake anniversary

Haiti marks grim earthquake anniversary

CSMS Magazine Staff writers Three years after an earthquake left half a million Haitians dead and about 1.5 million internally displaced, the people of this Caribbean embattled country can hardly find one good thing to point out to as part of progress...
The world needs to be united against the coup in Paraguay

The world needs to be united against the coup in Paraguay

By Ardain Isma CSMS Magazine Staff Writer The coup against Paraguayan president Fernando Lugo MUST NOT stand, and the world needs to be united with one voice to denounce it. President Fernando Lugo, a former Roman Catholic bishop resigned in 2008 to...
Things prospective writers should know (Part 1)

Things prospective writers should know (Part 1)

By Ardain Isma CSMS Magazine Staff Writing is an important skill that every professional must have. Mastering this skill is even more important when one is writing to be recognized. Like other avenues in the professional arena, writing is not a mono-genre,...
Watching Judith Rejouis

Watching Judith Rejouis

By Christine Jean-Pierre CSMS Magazine Staff Writer A promising artist may be on the way to flying high over the Compa/Zouk world. Her name is Judith Rejouis. It seems she is Haitian, for her Creole slurs amount to that of a Haitian, as opposed to that...
Is Mubarak dead?

Is Mubarak dead?

CSMS Magazine Staff Writers It is very difficult to pinpoint what is going on right now in Cairo. Earlier today, news reports out of Egypt citing state-run MENA news agency which reported that Mubarak had been declared clinically dead after being admitted...
Milca is back with Pense à moi

Milca is back with Pense à moi

By Christine Jean-Pierre CSMS Magazine Staff Writer Haitian zouk queen is back on the airways with her latest single Pense à moi. Since posted on Youtube last April, the video has already been viewed more than 45 thousand times. Many zouk watchers are...
The Egyptian coup and Obama’s dilemma

The Egyptian coup and Obama’s dilemma

By Ardain Isma CSMS Magazine Staff Writer Washington finds its back swinging against the wall Monday, trying to find the right words to explain what took place in Egypt when that country’s Supreme Council headed by Field Marshall Tantawi severely limits...
The election in Egypt: a bitter pill to swallow

The election in Egypt: a bitter pill to swallow

By Ardain Isma CSMS Magazine Staff Writer News Analysis As Egyptians head to the polls this Sunday, the world waits to see who the winner will be. However, among the vast majority of the country’s 81 million souls, there is little doubt no matter who...
Melody’s Vini on display this week

Melody’s Vini on display this week

CSMS Magazine Staff Writers This week CSMS Magazine is putting on display Melody, a beautiful Guadeloupian artist well versed in Compa/Zouk love. We’re featuring Vini, which is perhaps her most famous single.  According to l’Or Des Iles, a popular...
Raoul Peck shines at Cannes Film Festival

Raoul Peck shines at Cannes Film Festival

CSMS Magazine Staff Writers The most revered Haitian filmmaker, Raoul Peck, mostly known for his gut wrenching movies like Lumumba, Moloch Tropical, Sometimes In April, was the only black juror at this prestigious film festival last month. Celebrated...

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