The view from Lover’s Leap, St. Elizabeth Lover’s Leap in St. Elizabeth is a 1,700 foot-high cliff overlooking the Caribbean Sea- it gets its name from a story in which two slaves were reputed to have jumped to their death rather than be separated. Today, Lover’s Leap offers visitors a
Rootz Underground continues to spread their unique vibe of roots reggae…. Upcoming Tour Dates: USA: Sept 12 @ Univ of Louisiana-Monroe Sept 13 @ Flamingo Cantina, Austin TX Sept 16 (possibly Fort Lauderdale, stay tuned)
Check it out here at The Afflicted Yard Terry Lynn is growing increasingly popular overseas…how many of us here in Jamaica know her music? Check out her video Kingstonlogic Released by Rickards Bros. for Terry Lynn More music by Terry Lynn Red Stripe Presents It Was Written feat. Terry Lynn
YardEdge’s guest blogger, Karen Hutchinson talks to Millicent Graham. Confession time: the very first time I saw Millicent Graham I thought she was a flake. Why? It was the Calabash Literary Festival 2009, she was slated to read from her spanking new collection of poetry, The Damp in Things, and
The Super Plus Under 40 Artist of the Year Competition and Exhibition 2009 starts on Thursday 27 August at 7.00 pm.
http://www.flickr.com/photos/joshunter This is a must read blog post from Diana McCaulay that highlights extremely well the contentious conflict between economic development and environmental conservation in Jamaica. The government is about to start development of the Famouth Pier and this post discusses the possible/likely effect on Falmouth’s “luminous lagoon”. Read post