During the recent Independence Weekend holiday we had the good fortune to attend an amazing gathering held on a farm perched high in the Pedro Plains of St. Elizabeth. The Organic Farm Dinner Project is a series of monthly feasts held on a farm (literally in the middle of a field)
YardEdge guest blogger, Berette Macaulay interviews Douglas Reid from Grosvenor Galleries on his urban poster collection on exhibit now at Grosvenor Galleries until August 20. Grosvenor Galleries is located at 1 Grosvenor Terrace in Manor Park. More on this to come..
YardEdge: How would you describe your work? Debra: My stories are inspired from my Jamaican background, and the totality of my life experiences. So you can say it’s a mixture of: heart, drama and a lot of comedic moments. YardEdge: When did you first realize that you wanted to become an actress
“JAMAICA FAREWELL” opens in Kingston tomorrow night. This one woman play was written and is being performed by Jamaican actress / writer Debra Ehrhardt (it’s also to be made into a movie by Tom Hanks). I’ve seen this play and it’s well worth checking out! It’s the story of one
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Jakes, a bohemian-style boutique hotel nestled in the fishing village of Treasure Beach on Jamaica’s South Coast, has recently launched a new agri-tourism intiative, dubbed as “farm dinners” to be held monthly in St. Elizabeth. Staged in conjunction with Liz Solms, an accomplished chef and local sustainable agriculture expert, the