YardEdge: Why are you an artist? Alicia: Art, to me, personifies who I am. I love colours. I love beautiful things. I love anything that is unique and not quite ordinary. I have always been involved in art. It is a passion, a dream, a reality, a talent. It is
Here are a few shots taken at the JCDC Visual Arts Competition and Exhibition held on Sunday, July 25 at the National Gallery. The occasion was well supported and enjoyable with Ms. Fae Ellington doing a great job as the M.C. The exhibition displayed an amazing array of talent from
Thanks to Dr. Marilyn Delevante for sending us this hilarious shot of a road sign at Silver Hill Gap, just passed Newcastle. If you have an interesting shot of “Yard Life” please feel free to share it with us at firstname.lastname@example.org, I’m sure our YardEdge readers would love to see
Photo used under Creative Commons antjeverena Here’s an interesting article from The New York Times on Japanese Reggae and how it’s becoming more Japanese… Recently I had a discussion with someone who was arguing that consumers don’t care where reggae comes from anymore, that is, people don’t care whether reggae is Jamaican,
The JCDC/NGJ National Visual Arts Competition & Exhibition 2010 opens this Sunday at the National Gallery of Jamaica – Orange Street, Downtown Kingston at 3:00 p.m. 153 awards will be presented to 103 artists. Admission is free.
Let’s find out what the bloggers had to say about their dog sledding adventures at Chukka Caribbean . See part 1 above and part 2 below… For more on the bloggers’ visit to Jamaica see International Bloggers Tour North Coast to Learn What Jamaica Has to Offer.
Although I don’t normally write about dancehall happenings, I couldn’t resist posting this priceless video of popular dancehall entertainer Elephant Man introducing us to his crib. Hopefully, he’ll be able to finish it once the tax man catches up with him. More on this story at the Jamaica Observer
DOWNLOAD HERE: Rootz Underground Download Courtesy of Rootz Underground: The immortal Stone Love and selector Rory, forged a reputation during the 80’s and 90’s in the inner city communities of Kingston Jamaica. A living legend within the soundsystem movement, Stone Love rose to the top by promoting reggae dancehall culture, Jamaica,
Here are some photos from our recent bloggers meetup where a group of local and international bloggers and journalists were hosted by the Jamaica Tourist Board at Secrets Resorts in Montego Bay (I was lucky enough to be part of the group!). The aim of the event was to expose