Tue | Jan 16, 2018

Art & Leisure

Who is a poet, one might ask a dreamer, one may perceive; with their mind constantly traversing the path of the surreal, fantasy with myriad of thought processes on how they perceive the world and beyond, and percolating the complex thought...

Book: Autobiography of a little Jamaican Boy, Survival of a Delicate Orchid among Thorny WeedsAuthor: Kenneth G. BlakeCritic: Dr Glenville AshbyKenneth Blake is an elder, and a personage deserving of every accolade accorded to him. A treasure trove...

Last week we highlighted that STEM (science, technology, engineering, and mathematics) education is being embraced as a means of internally generating the socioeconomic and technological conditions for development. Critical and relevant humanities...

Port-of-Spain:Jamaican poet and novelist Kei Miller is among the four laureates announced by the Anthony N. Sabga Caribbean Awards for Excellence for its 2018 Awards.The Laureates were proposed by country nominating committees and selected by a...

With several documented Georgian sites and infrastructure nestled in communities and towns across Jamaica, local lovers of history and architecture, as well as visitors are always sure to have a rich experience when touring these locations....

The December 2017 edition of Miami Art Week had over 100,000 visitors converging on the festivities and also saw Kasseem "Swizz Beatz" Dean's visual and performing arts platform, No Commission, back for the second time, under the theme 'a...

Book review: Jumbie Story Author: Albert Cumberbatch Simon and Simeon Watson are twins - ambitious young men from Guyana with a future that holds promise. They embark on an academic journey at a prestigious university in the US. They are hopeful,...

In varying degrees, many of the contemporary socioeconomic and political problems of post-colonial societies in the 21st century are still traceable directly to their colonial past and their current disadvantageous locations.This system has, over...

We are continuing our journey through time to highlight key elements from Jamaica's history through the artefacts. This week we focus on the Pharmaceutical Bottle.  In the late seventeenth century, Port Royal was a bustling trading post...

They cannot halt creation with their slugs Since, for every life they claim More great souls, in bodies Come.The universe is wise and calm.It sits patiently looking on At all the vagaries of man Which, in due course Rouse the...
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