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Dènye Rèl: A holiday treat from Jeanie Bogart

Dènye Rèl: A holiday treat from Jeanie Bogart

By Christine Jean-Pierre CSMS Magazine Staff Writer It sounds as if one embarks upon an infinite voyage while listening to Jeanie’s latest œuvre: Dènye Rèl (The last cry). Yes, Jeanie’s latest release is a collection of poetry put together in a...
Remembrance,  Memorial Day

Remembrance, Memorial Day

By Andrew Robbins CSMS Magazine Staff Writer On this day of remembrance, it is always difficult for former soldiers on both sides of the conflict to forego unforgettable memories. War has always been an ugly business, but too often, those who carry the...
Tara’s plight: A bitter twist

Tara’s plight: A bitter twist

By Graham Danzer CSMS Magazine Staff writer Tarra waits somewhat less then patiently in a line stretched seemingly around the block at the grocery check out line down the street from her housing project—one of the only stores in the neighborhood that...
Haiti lies in ruin after being struck by hurricanes

Haiti lies in ruin after being struck by hurricanes

CSMS Magazine Staff Writers  The scenes are ugly at best and gruesome at worst. A mother and its three children spent 2 days on the rooftop of her house with no food before being rescued by waders in the city of Gonaives, a city that is still under water...
High Noon for René Préval in Haiti

High Noon for René Préval in Haiti

CSMS Magazine Staff Writers New Analysis  For weeks, the Haitian masses have been demanding a relief on rising food prices. At first, they directed their anger toward the country’s Prime Minister, Edward Alexis. They succeeded last week in precipitating...

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