Who is Kemala? Nicole ‘Sky’ Grey plays “Kemala” in the highly anticipated new Jamaican feature film “Better Mus’ Come”. Better Mus’ Come, directed by Storm Saulter is to be released October 13th in cinemas island wide. See the trailer in the YardEdge Featured Video. Read more about Nicole at the Gleaner.
Director Storm Saulter on set YardEdge had a chat with Jamaican director, Storm Saulter about his new movie Better Mus’ Come, which is to be released October 13th in cinemas island wide. See the trailer in the YardEdge Featured Video. YardEdge: Tell us a bit about Better Mus’ Come –
IMMEDIATE RELEASE CONTACT: Kaili McDonnough Scott/Annette McDonnough PHONE: (876) 428-6523/ (876) 585-7233 E-mail: email@example.comfirstname.lastname@example.org The hottest spot for shopping in Kingston is at Devon House on the last Sunday of every month, starting on Sunday September 26, 2010 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. rain or shine! Its the revival
Jamaican singer/songwriter/producer Cezar has just released his latest recording “She Said”. This mid tempo ballad reveals a mature side to Cezar’s artistry, and different aspects of this are showcased by the four different mixes included. The reggae vibes mix was produced by Andrew ‘Preggs’ Thompson and Elton Brown for State
Tipping Point author Malcolm Gladwell investigates the food industry’s pursuit of the perfect spaghetti sauce — and makes a point about the nature of choice and happiness. This is an interesting talk on the beauty of human variability and how just one type of spaghetti sauce just won’t do. Malcolm
Portland, with its mixture of lush green countryside and beautiful beaches, rivers, caves, hills and waterfalls, is one of my favourite parishes in Jamaica. There are so many amazingly beautiful places to go and things to do in Portland that this was a hard list to come up with but
After successfully touring several countries in Europe, Bernard Hoyes is back in Jamaica with a new exhibition. His new work blends elements he has gathered along his recent travels with the traditional images from his “Revival Series” celebrating his experience with Revivalism in Jamaica as a young boy. The exhibition
Here’s our list of the top 10 must hit Fashion’s Night Out Hot Spots (sorry all in Kingston, please share others especially out of town!) 1. Stanley & Empress (94 Hope Rd) – ’cause they support Jamaican designers and you gotta love that! Plus YardEdge earrrings on sale there 2.