Cultivating the vision at the Couples Tower Isles, are two murals dating from 1949, that bring visitors to a place of appreciation for Jamaica
HE’S CALLED “BAD Boy Trevor”, but as writer Garfield Reid, his current play ‘Bashment Granny 2’ at the Green Gables Theatre can easily be considered “witty”.
“Get practical advice from Jamaicans on varied subjects — and learn how to survive and do things… the Jamaican way..” (sourced from Anthea McGibbon’s HOW TO series in the Jamaica Gleaner)
THIS YEAR (2008) THE Scotia Private Client Group team put all heart in art, making their annual signature event “Celebration of Art”, on December 5, masterful. The show held at the Devonshire, and, curated by Susanne Fredricks also included a silent auction to earn funds for Jamaican victims of the Scoliosis disease.
Having visited Jamaica repeatedly, the Judge who now feels right at home was his usual down-to-earth, interactive self. He spoke of Jamaica being an inspiration to the world, especially highlighting the creative mind.
The kite festival, according to Member of Parliament, Dr St Aubyn Bartlett is another step towards improving the image of the Mountain View area, and its immediate environs
When the fair opened on Monday, March 23rd, the welcome continued to be just as warm. In its debut appearance at the Bologna Fair
The competition between European nations for wealth, power and religious dominance in the New World
…it came as no surprise to hear that the platinum selling reggae artiste SHAGGY, with curved lips resembling that of a bird
GRAMMY AWARD WINNER Orville Burrell, better known as Shaggy, gets it about the arts. He not only understands the culture of love, but he also envisions the creative force behind Jamaica’s culture…