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Carol Wong talks about Cotta Craft, a community based business based in Bluefields, Westmoreland. YardEdge:  Tell us about Cotta Craft? Carol: Cotta Craft is the name given to the original sewing enterprise that started some years ago at the Bluefields Peoples’ Community Association in Belmont, Westmoreland. Cotta refers to the

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Toilet Paper? Ok. Sounds a bit strange but THE “Toilet Paper Entrepreneur” (TPE), Mike Michalowicz was in Jamaica recently to present at a U. Tech forum hosted by My Elite Grocer entitled “How to make it big in business even though the economy sucks wind” and it was well worth

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Sonita Abrahams Sonita Abrahams is the Executive Director of RISE Life Management Services (Reaching Individuals Through Skills and Education), Yoga teacher at Afya Yoga Center, mother and grandmother.  YardEdge talks to Sonita about working with at risk youth in Jamaica… YardEdge:  Tell us about your work? Sonita: I was hired

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EntrepreneursFashionWorth A Visit

Check out Stanley&Empress on Friday’s Fashion’s Night Out! Empress & Nadia Stanley Stanley&Empress Boutique will be making this event an unforgettable shopping experience with music, fine wines and cocktails, fabulous Jamaican designs and BARGAINS galore. Starting at 5p.m on Friday, September 10th Stanley&Empress Boutique will be discounting all the pieces

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Part 2 of Berette’s Macaulay’s interview with Spur Tree Lounge’s Sean John about what it takes to run a successful Jamaican restaurant in New York City… Who’s been spotted lately at Spur Tree Lounge… Sean Paul and Spur Tree Owner Sean John Rootz Underground front man, “Stevie G” and Sandra

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EntrepreneursGood FoodWorth A Visit

Berette Macaulay of SeBiArt speaks with Jamaican entrepreneur, photographer, filmmaker, and world traveler Sean John, about his latest venture – SPUR TREE Lounge in New York City. In house photography seen in the interview by Sean John and William Richards. Insert images of food, and magazine images, by Sean John,

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YardEdge: What is Café Blue? Jason: Café Blue is an authentic Jamaican coffee shop concept. YardEdge: Describe your vision for Café Blue? What are you trying to create? Jason: We are trying to create a true Caribbean lifestyle product that highlights the best coffee in the world, the wonderful vibrancy

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YardEdge: What is The Wanderer? Colette: The Wanderer is a small bazaar-like shop that is constantly evolving. In 1982 The Wanderer was a Mexican Craft shop, now it carries an extensive collection of vintage Native American silver jewellery and vintage/retro handbags, Carpe Diem t-shirts, Feng Shui enhancers and a variety

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Part 2 of a 2 Part Interview YardEdge: What other artists have influenced you and how? Peter: People who know me groan when I mention Canadian comedy but that’s just a fact. I’m a big fan of SCTV. I’ve always been inspired by great films and I admire the work

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