Jamaica’s culture icon, Professor Ralston Miller
On Friday, January 29th, Bookophilia hosts Haiti Fundraiser from 6-9 with authors such as Mel cooke, and performers. Dead Yard, Committed, Too Big to Fail and other great books will be available!
Did it appear from thin air, or was it obeah? Jamaica’s most professional magician, Kemarch “Wizad the Magician” says his magic is all an illusion of the mind.
In times like these we as humans are citizens of the world, and especially us in Jamaica can do no less than claim the issues of our neighbours, Haiti as our own.
Popular reggae artist Tarrus Riley also has seven nominations coming in the categories Male Vocalist of the Year, Recording Artist of the Year, Album of the Year, Collabo of the Year (Reggae), Cultural/Positive Artist of Year, Collabo of the Year (Dancehall) and Song of the Year.
A noted painter, printmaker and sculptor, Hoyes recently began exploring the principles of etching techniques.
Jamaica collective creative industry is well on it
The ‘HOW TO ‘ articles give practical advice on handling varied challenges from cultural to financial, when staying on Jamaican soil. They are sourced from the Caribbean’s leading newspaper, The Gleaner’s new feature, ‘How to …’, an instruction guide
Part One in a series of articles giving practical advice on handling varied challenges from cultural to financial, when staying on Jamaican soil.
Gail Lewis, founder of Gail’s Graphic Designs, was honored in New York Real Estate Journal’s 7th Annual Women in Real Estate Spotlight issue (http://nyrej.com/36631). In this issue Ms. Lewis answers the question