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
As Americans, we hail from every part of the world. While we observe traditions from every culture, Thanksgiving Day is a unique national tradition we all share. Its spirit binds us together as one people, each of us thankful for our common blessings.
The ICHS Alumnae Association in conjunction with the Immaculate Conception High School is staging the second lecture in The ICHS Distinguished Lecture Series on Thursday December 10, 2009 at the Lisa Narcisse Centre for the Performing Arts, Immaculate Conception High School at 5:30pm
I am offering special rates for advertising and feature services, to earn funds towards defraying expenses for OAaSIS volunteers who travel, as well as for creating an online arts career library for the benefit of especially Jamaica
Jamaica’s art, artists and their creative products should be closer examined as tourism products.
In collaboration with the Jamaica Library Service, the U.S. Embassy announces a classic American film
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.
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…
“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)