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Art & Leisure

Life is a canvas in many ways. Its blankness inspires numerous creative minds to ip their brushes into the palette, swirl to mix colour, and express their inner thoughts with a stroke of swift movements. But the key is, as summarised by Thomas Alva...

The temperatures may seem undecided, but the calendar does not lie. Golf season is here, and scientists say there may be a very simple tool to give your game a boost. According to new research from the University of Toronto Faculty of Kinesiology...
Glenville Ashby

Mike Manson’s Down in Demerara is storytelling at its best. Manson’s protagonist, Felix Radstock, is witty, self-deprecating, and disarming, a sympathetic figure on a fact-finding mission in the South American country of Guyana. It is a place that...

An enthusiastic crowd of creatives gathered at The Haven on Friday, March 29, for a jam session and fundraiser in aid of music education. Saxophonist Dean Fraser and members of the Zincfence Redemption band set a high bar for the acts that would...

Old King’s House in Spanish Town, Jamaica, has had a very long and complex history spanning colonial and post-colonial eras. The house has had the distinction of being one of the few residential sites of the post-Columbian world, with more than 450...

The winnerS of the JPS Energy of Jamaica Photo Competition have been announced. After weeks of public voting, internal deliberations and expert judging, Brittanie Martin emerged as the $100,000, winner with a photo entitled ‘Summer Days in Blue...

Higgler’s Cry Mi spot di jeep! Di police jeep! All Higglers clear di scene Everyday Babylon have wi A sprint and jump Like Delloreen So wha wi fi do When no work no deh And dem close down all di factory? Big Chrismus come Dem a nyaam steak...

Over the last five years, almost 50,000 people on 22 islands have learned new things about birds. They took part in BirdSleuth Caribbean, an innovative programme that uses birds to teach science and conservation. The programme was done by...

Digital badging is a new frontier establishing training credentials and Jamaica is now poised to become one of the first digital societies in the Caribbean through this technology. To this end the Ministry of Education Youth and Information (MoEYI...
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