LIKE MT. PELEE, MARTINIQUE'S IRREPRESSIBLE BEAUTY ENDURES IN SPITE OF HURRICANE DEAN
THE NEW TIMES HOLLER! originally went to Martinique to see and interview cultural figures, fishermen, music, and of course to swim in that warm water and get lost in swaying hammocks. THE HOLLER! also found devastation visited upon the island by Hurricane Dean, which destroyed much of the economy and will take approximately two years to fully recover. Check out the interviews and stories of individuals, not all of them are about La Catastrophe; some are about joyous celebrations and a rich undying history given by generous living spirits there.
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