The show will feature
Whether you are in Jamaica or abroad, hopefully the buzz on your lips will be “I am the Change”. At least if you want to move past the past, frustrations, challenges and see the better good of ole time Jamaica renewed. Winston “Bello” Bell through “I am the Change” a group originating on Facebook has begun in an energetic way.
It was a joyful moment more than Shaggy, his friends and the few invited to witness. A time to
I am truly happy to see more ART APPRECIATION persons worldwide taking special interest in improving Jamaica as we know it. So many groups have begun on Facebook alone.
AND WHO WHO DARES WONDER WHETHER OUR ATHLETES ARE PUMPED UP!
Is it only at “certain times” we as Jamaicans will claim being descendants of Africans — BLACK! Technically there is no half black, But maybe some of our athletes are descendants of Kenya’s Kalenjin tribe
Whether for fun, or for money, perhaps Jamaica could develop a sport where we have races against humans.
I think we should race athletes beginning with Bolt against horses then … then cheetahs!
WHERE WE CAN!
He’s African, HES young, flesh and BLACK!!
On Sunday, September 27, 2009, slated at 5:30 p.m., in the Chapel of the University of the West Indies, Mona, Kingston 7, the Jamaica America Friendship Association (JAFA) will host a classical concert.
On August 6, the day of Jamaica’s Independence, the day started prayerfully at Jamaica House. Among the items, which held attendees and watchers in prayerful reverence, and retrospect were the St John’s Primary students who encouraged all to “Follow the m-a-p”.
The item cleverly put together was a call for Jamaicans to be mindful of Jamaica’s Motto, Anthem, Pledge.
…main participants along the North Coast of Jamaica were observed, and had a chance too to share their views on tourism and art as a combined Jamaican product.
Jamaican artist Bryan McFarlane has been residing in China. He shares from his own experience as he prepares for yet another exhibition in China
The following (27) 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 giving practical advice on fixing many of those pesky problems that pop up – without paying an arm and a leg. Seize on info from Jamaica’s industry experts and become a veritable Mr or Mrs Fix-it. See more…