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Entrepreneurs

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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Farin X Change

Farin X Change At a time when many are questioning the content and quality of Jamaican popular music, emerging reggae band Farin X Change stands solidly above the debate with an eclectic blend of roots reggae and rock influences.

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Good Food

Starapples has a new look. We visited the new Starapples recently and were pleasantly surprised by the new vibe and new menu. There are still two dining areas, one inside and one outside, but the outside area is now complete with a flat screen, bar (on Sundays), and the Stanley

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Good FoodWorth A Visit

Who says there are no good beaches in Kingston? And for food…. it’s worth the trip (about 20 minutes from downtown Kingston) for lunch at Tianna’s Fish Hut & Beer Joint… What’s on the menu? It’s written on the building…. Please order here… Fish or lobster?  Bammy? Festival? Steamed or

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Art

It’s been over a yearlong journey and Kesi Gardner, founder and lead designer of Sprawl tees is ready to release her summer collection. The Collection is coined “The Sprawl tees: Parish Edition”, and is made up of designs inspired by the 14 parishes of Jamaica. Sprawl conducted a poll, with

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July 18th to 20th, Helen MacMillan and Inner Journey Retreats present a weekend retreat entitled “A Reconnection and Renewal Retreat” at Woodside, St. Andrew. This weekend promises to be a time of fun, laughter, self discovery and just plain relaxation and re-connecting to your true self. The retreat will include

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