Post Archive

November 2010


Here’s a post written by Brett Ashmeade-Hawkins from Jamaica Colonial Heritage Society on Jamaica’s disappearing colonial heritage: I am showcasing three rare and historic 19th century maritime paintings of British warships and merchant sailing ships at Port Royal, Jamaica. They range in date from 1810 to 1829. All three of these important

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Debra Ehrhardt’s one woman play “Jamaica Farewell” returns to Jamaica November 10 to 28. Jamaica Farewell was written and is being performed  by Jamaican actress / writer Debra Ehrhardt  and is well worth seeing if you missed its first run. The plot centers around Debra’s experience of Jamaica in the 70’s

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The Made in Jamaica Catalogue is in the works with the main objective being to showcase Jamaican products and services. According to creator Deika Morrison, “I wanted to help Jamaicans here and abroad, overseas buyers, suppliers, and investors know and see what Jamaica produces.” Deika sees the catalogue as filling a

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Happenings On The EdgeMusic

CHR Productions led by Crimson Heart Replica presents Rebel Grrrl Musick November 5 featuring three of Jamaica’s top female rockers: Crimson Heart Replica, Jovi Rockwell and Sezi. Plus Electro Pop and Indie Rock provided by DJ Imbrue. Admission $800. Tomas Willing. Fore more info see facebook Check out 2 Minutes with Crimson Heart

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The National Youth Orchestra of Jamaica will be presenting a fund raising concert on Sunday, November 7, at 4 pm at Stella Maris Church Hall to raise funds for their programs. The concert will mainly feature the NYOJ Instructors and Friends chamber group performing a selection of classical and contemporary

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eNKompan.E  will be staging a weekend workshop for dancers next weekend, November 6th and 7th with Oneil Pryce and Safi Harriott, facilitated by Neila Ebanks. eNKompan.E is a dance performance and teaching organization led by Neila Ebanks. Its purpose is to be a motivator for consciousness and change with respect to

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