Hilary Nicholson and Karen Harriott for Woman Tongue
Drama

The sterling talents of Barbara McCalla, Karen Harriott, Carol Lawes, Hilary Nicholson and Bertina Macaulay have been pulled together to make up the all-star cast for the upcoming play Woman Tongue. With celebrated director Eugene Williams and lighting designer John DaCosta also on board, Woman Tongue is promising to be

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SignLanguageClasses
General

Have you ever thought about learning sign language?  The Jamaica Association for the Deaf is offering Jamaican Sign Language (JSL) in May.  Learn sign language in a supportive learning environment. See the information on the class schedule and costs below: JSL Level 1 – Beginner/Introductory Class Time: 5:30- 8:00 pm

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Polo
Sports

Kingston Polo Club and St. Ann Polo Club continue their century-old rivalry. The Senior Cup Final is happening on April 23. Come and support the Jamaica Cancer Society – St. Ann/St. Mary Branch.

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toni-ann-williams-jamaica
Sports

Jamaican Toni-Ann Williams created history on Sunday night when she became Jamaica’s first gymnast to qualify for the Olympic Games. Toni-Ann finished 38th overall at the Rio Olympic Test and 16th as an individual not competing with a full team, with a 52.931 total in the all-around event. Congratulations Toni-Ann! Read more: Toni-ann-williams-becomes-jamaicas-first-ever-gymnast-olympics

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BacchanalJamaica 2016
Happening on the Edge 2016

Congrats to Bacchanal Jamaica for another successful carnival in Jamaica! Carnival in Jamaica may not be Trinidad Carnival, but it certainly has developed its own unique brand of carnival in the Caribbean. 2016 marks the 28th anniversary of carnival in Jamaica. Carnival in Jamaica was introduced in 1989 by a

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Sean Paul
Sean Paul

Sean Paul is featured on Matoma’s  “Paradise”, today premiered by FADER. “Paradise” also features KStewart. Steve Wilson of Sean Paul Management says, “I’m excited to be hitting up COACHELLA for the first time with Sean and looking forward to have “Paradise” with Matoma become a summer anthem”. Matoma is a Norweigian DJ

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SuzanneCouchKOTE
KOTE

KINGSTON ART IS HAPPENING… Kingston On The Edge Urban Art Festival (KOTE) 2016 is coming – June 17 to 26.   KOTE 2016’s theme is “Connections”.  The folks at KOTE this year are looking at the contextual relationships in art and the link between cause and effect. Some of the

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Jakestriathlon
Sports

Head to Treasure Beach on Jamaica’s south coast on April 30 for the 20th Annual Jake’s Off-Road Triathlon! The oldest triathlon in the Caribbean, Jake’s Triathlon is known for its combination of elite athletes, the Treasure Beach laid back vibe and the beauty of Jamaica’s South Coast. For more info: jakeshotel.com/triathlon

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FairyHillWater
Worth A Visit

Winnifred’s Beach. Fairy Hill, Portland Jamaica. This is one of my favourite beaches in Jamaica!  This beach is also referred to as Winnifred’s Beach. It’s a bit tricky to get to but well worth the effort! Check out my earlier YardEdge article of what you can find at Winnifred’s Beach: Winnifred

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WIMenCricket
SportsUncategorized

Congrats to both the West Indies men and women’s cricket teams for winning the World Twenty 20 titles today! The West Indies women beat Australia for their maiden title and the men’s team beat England today in a nail biting game which saw Carlos Brathwaite hit four consecutive sixes. Read

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