Easy Rice & Peas
For those of us who need cooking to be “easy”…and cooking good Jamaican food is generally not. Check out this recipe- great for Sunday dinner. Anybody have any good “easy” recipes to share?
Crimson Heart Replica’s Beautiful Mistake
CHR recently released some new music at her “listening party” hosted by Brand New Machine. See photos…
Jamaica Considers Legalizing Cannabis
Now that California is considering legalizing marijuana…what’s stopping us? Surely there’s lots of tax revenue there? And we could for sure use it… Your thoughts? Read more at The West…
Area Youth’s New CD “Building Bridges” Launched
Area Youth Foundation’s new CD “Building Bridges”, launched recently, is more than a collection of tracks burned onto a disk. Throughout Area Youth’s 12 years of working together with wonderfully talented young people, they have been creating songs that uplift, inspire and entertain.
The Top Dub Albums Of All Time (Part 2 Of 3)
This is part 2 of a 3 part post. Part 1 can be found here. Treasure Dub (Treasure Isle) 197-something An austere cover from the “heavy manners” period of the 70s Dub as a musical technique did not really emerge on the Jamaican scene until roughly 1972, although proto-dub was
Movies They Never Show In Jamaica – The Wrestler – Wednesday
The Afflicted Yard Presents… “MOVIES THEY NEVER SHOW IN JAMAICA….THE WRESTLER”.
University Dance Society 38th Season of Dance
UNIVERSITY DANCE SOCIETY 38TH SEASON THIS WEEKEND Marlon Simms Denise Gibbs Michael Holdgate Maria Hitchins Sade Bully Stephanie Belnavis Lawson Pinder
FNO Spotlight on Stanley&Empress-A Jamaican Lifestyle Brand
Check out Stanley&Empress on Friday’s Fashion’s Night Out! Empress & Nadia Stanley Stanley&Empress Boutique will be making this event an unforgettable shopping experience with music, fine wines and cocktails, fabulous Jamaican designs and BARGAINS galore. Starting at 5p.m on Friday, September 10th Stanley&Empress Boutique will be discounting all the pieces
Can Jamaica Afford to Cut Funding to the Arts?
Photo by Joanna Francis a past student of the Edna Manley College. The Jamaican government recently announced it’s intention to cut funding to the Edna Manley College of the Visual and Performing Arts by two thirds (although they managed to find US$500,000 or J$40 million for this year’s Jamaica Jazz