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YardEdge talks to Denise Allen from Expérience Jamaïque, Switzerland’s gateway to Jamaican culture. YardEdge: Tell me about Expérience Jamaïque?  Expérience Jamaïque: EJ is a newly constructed online business that is based in Geneva Switzerland. This website company is designed to be Switzerland’s online gateway to Jamaica’s vibrant visual art, culture,

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DramaInterviews

  YardEdge chats with one of the play’s producers about the new play, ‘Mr. and Mrs. Blacke’ which opens this Friday at the Philip Sherlock Centre for the Creative Arts, UWI Mona campus. What is the play all about? Samantha Blacke: You’re about to make half a million dollars overnight. What

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Good FoodHappening on the Edge 2012Interviews

  Kingston Kitchen is a  Jamaican food experience that showcases what Jamaicans are doing locally in the food industry, modelled along the lines of food markets or fairs that are held weekly in cities across the United States and Europe. The next Kingston Kitchen is Saturday, March 31. YardEdge talks to Leisha

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DanceInterviews

While on a recent visit to New York, I met Swedish New York based Dancer, Choreographer and Dancehall Dance Teacher Hanna Herbertson and was intrigued… YardEdge: Why are you a dancer? Hanna: I have no choice not to be a dancer. It’s an instinct that I was born with and

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Happening on the Edge 2011InterviewsSports

Jim Curl has been the main organizer behind the unique and ultra cool Jake’s Off-Road Triathlon held in Treasure Beach for ten years now.  YardEdge caught up with Jim to find out what makes the Jake’s Triathlon so special! YardEdge: Tell us about the Jake’s Triathlon? How and when did

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See Chapter 2 here Tony “Paleface” Hendriks is a  hilarious! Jamaican comedian living and working in London, England but lived and worked for many years in Jamaica.  YardEdge recently chatted with him about his latest project “Operation Pandora”. YardEdge: Tell me about Operation Pandora? Tony: Operation Pandora came out of some writing

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EntrepreneursInterviews

On a recent visit to Jamaica’s south coast I sat down with Giuliano Pignataro to talk to him about his company, Treading Lightly Developments, and his “green construction” project in Treasure Beach. YardEdge: So what is Treading Lightly Developments (TLD) all about? Giuliano: We are trying to set an example

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InterviewsMusic

Sarah “Sezi” Silvera has been making waves on the local music scene for sometime now. YardEdge caught up with Sezi to find out what she’s been up to… YardEdge: Why are you a singer/musician and when did you first become one? Sezi: I grew up with a mother who is

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FilmInterviews

Director Storm Saulter on set YardEdge had a chat with Jamaican director, Storm Saulter about his new movie Better Mus’ Come, which is to be released October 13th in cinemas island wide. See the trailer in the YardEdge Featured Video. YardEdge: Tell us a bit about Better Mus’ Come –

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Good FoodInterviews

YardEdge once again welcomes Guest Blogger, Ian Ferguson who recently chatted with Paul Griffith, an accomplished chef from Barbados now based in South Florida. (Yes, we know he’s not Jamaican but every now and then YardEdge takes the opportunity to showcase our talented Caribbean brothers and sisters). Chef Paul has

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