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More force for Anthea McGibbon to promote arts and culture of Jamaica

After only a year, new persons joined Anthea McGibbon to promote the culture and creative industry of Jamaica, while maintaining their individual professions.

EDITORIAL: The Africa Reggae Connection

I have come to the conclusion that the African continent provides the absolute best opportunities and possibilities for music business collaborations for both government and private Jamaican interests.

Editorial: Time to BE HAITIAN

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.

Editorial: Jamaica’s Government in the gully, hiding in the gaza

I live on an island and I cant swim! Writing about the decline in culture as I see it through hazy, myopic lenses is somewhat weird. I call the kettle black and I am a junk-filled pot. I feel like the accusing voices stick like sweat o the back of my neck and the loudest of all dissenters-the Alvins- screeching nauseatingly in my ear. This is a ‘squeakel’!
As I smoke my last cigarette, I hope I exhale the smoke as thoughts to Jamaicans to think about what two dancehall artistes and hordes of their fans are trying to do. They are going along the lines of PNP/JLP and we will not have it!

Holding reigns of the Jamaican Powerful culture

Choking on hot dogs is what the ad hoc, faux pas comments sound like in reference to the Driver, The Powerful being evasive, even defensive or arrogant.