West African dance classes with Tamara Thomas return January 22. I’ve taken this class and it’s lots of fun, Tamara is a great teacher! Saturdays from 3:30 – 5:00 at the Jamaica School of Dance, Edna Manley College. ALL LEVELS WELCOME!
Attention is once again focused on the issue of skin bleaching in Jamaica, thanks mainly to Vybz Kartel who recently commented that bleaching was no different really than white people wanting to tan themselves. As Annie Paul points out in her recent post, skin bleaching is no doubt an act
Here is the schedule of activities being planned for the first quarter of 2011 by Jamaica Culture Enterprises. We highly recommend all JCE tours! Read about some of our JCE Art Trek experiences: Art Trek explores Uptown and Downtown Galleries and An Art Trek Through Kingston’s Art Galleries Here’s the first quarter
Here’s a list of some of the more interesting events happening in Jamaica in January definitely worth checking out: JAN 12 Michael Sean Harris performing at Susie’s Bakery, Kingston For more info on event. For more on Michael Sean Harris, see YardEdge interview.
Here’s the BOOKOPHILIA list of the top 20 books of 2010 based on quantities of each book sold at Bookophilia. I love Bookophilia, my favorite Kingston bookstore, for more see Bookophilia, a Kingston bookstore with a difference. TOP 20 BOOKS FOR 2010: 1. Dog-Heart by Diana McCaulay 2. 9.58 My Story
Here are some photos from last night’s Smokin’ Jacket at Carlos Cafe. Produced by Brand New Machine promoters Steve “Urchin” Wilson and Terrance “Farenheit” Harold, along with Andrew “Andrew Mac” McIntyre the night was once again an eclectic mix of established artists and musicians combined with an unexpected dose of
Here is part 2 of the top 10 YardEdge posts for 2010. See Part 1 here. Thanks again for your support during 2010. Please email us your comments and suggestions for what you’d like to see on YardEdge in 2011 to firstname.lastname@example.org or just leave a comment! Love to hear from