Post Archive

June 2010

Happening on the Edge 2010

Zen lounge returns to BNM on Wednesday, June 16 and will features special guest DJ’s Engineroom and Christian Watt.

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Interviews

Once again, YardEdge welcomes Guest Blogger, Ian Ferguson who talks to Producer Judith Remekie…. Oh yes, sweet-sweet Jamaica has produced a great deal of worldly names that has put the island squarely on the world stage. Some of these talented individuals have been hiding in plain view. You’ve got to

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Happening on the Edge 2010Music

On Sunday June 13th 2010 the JSO will stage ‘Beethoven Meets Bob Marley’ the first show of its 2010 Concert Series. ‘Beethoven meets Bob Marley’ explores several genres of music from classical to the contemporary. The music of eighteenth century German composer Ludwig van Beethoven will be heard alongside folk

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Jamaica Vacations

Are you planning a Jamaica vacation? Would you also like to volunteer for a day or two while you’re on vacation in Jamaica? In 2001 Maureen Wright-Evans wanted to find a way to combine her passion for Jamaica and her love of travel and adventure.  The answer was Jamaica Adventure

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Dance

Waaw Waaw!, a series of West African dance classes will continue on Saturday June 12, 2010 and Saturday June 19, 2010 at the School of Dance, Edna Manley College. Additional dance sessions will be announced.

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FashionHappening on the Edge 2010

Brand New Machine again presents Fashionista tonight with the summer preview of swimwear by Anuna, a new clothing line recently launched by Tami Chynn and Lubica. Special guest DJ Quizz plus ZJ Elektra.

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Books

Calabash 2010 generated some of the best news to come out of Jamaica this year. The international media sat up and took notice of the literary extravaganza that took place in Treasure Beach recently and gave the island some much needed “good press”, most notably from the Daily Beast and the

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Current Affairs

The Ministry of Education, in responding to the traumatic events experienced by residents of West Kingston and other areas of the city during the recent civil unrest, is appealing for support. There is great need for items including journals for students and teachers, art therapy materials such as paint, markers,

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Art

Maxine Gibson and Andy Jefferson exhibit their work at the Mutual Life Gallery on Thursday 10 June at 7pm.

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Happening on the Edge 2010

For more on Calabash 2010 For more about Helen Oyeyemi

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