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Here are some highlights from Smokin’ Jacket December 2010. The evening included performances by Tami Chynn and Tessanne Chin, Andrew McIntyre, Andrew Simpson, Farenheit, Keida, and Cezar, with a special guest appearance by Cat Coore. The first Smokin’ Jacket for 2011 coming up on January 3 at Carlos Cafe.
There will be some special screenings of Storm Saulter’s new movie, Better Mus’ Come in Kingston during the holiday season: Sunday December 26th at 10pm at CARIB 5 – Cross Roads, Kingston Monday December 27th at 10pm at CARIB 5 – Cross Roads, Kingston The cost will be the cost
Last Saturday’s “Eclectic” event at Susie’s Bakery in Southdale Plaza proved to be eclectic in tempo as well as lineup. Organized by Seretse Small’s Live Music Nation JA and Griot Music, the event was billed as a “party of extreme ESP- Extra Sensory Pleasure”.
On Saturday December 18th and Sunday December 19th the Association of Jamaican Potters will be staging their annual ART & CRAFT FAIR to be held on the grounds of the Forestry Department, 173 Constant Spring Road , Kingston 8 (just below the Tax Office and Constant Spring Post Office). Hours
Smokin’ Jacket, Kingston’s plushest lounge party returns to Carlos Cafe on Monday, December 20. This time around Smokin’ Jacket features LIVE MUSIC with Andrew Mac, Farenheit, Cezar, Keida and friends PLUS eclectic selections by DJ Engineroom who’ll be playing house, dubstep, and other funky selections. SHOWTIME 9PM! Cost $1,000 with
Ok. So there’s some last minute Christmas shopping to do – here are some definite cool (and fun) shopping spots to check out this Christmas season… 1. ART AND CRAFT FAIRS: Coming up this weekend is Market on the Lawn (December 19 at Devon House) and the Potters Fair (December 18th
I visited the Dolphin Head Mountains in Hanover, western Jamaica last week and was once again amazed at the beauty of our small island. The Dolphin Head Mountains are part of Jamaica’s western range of mountains which extend through Westmoreland and Hanover, reaching a height of 600 metres (1,809 ft)