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Kingston Kitchen 2019
Happenings On The Edge

Kingston Kitchen is on again Saturday, July 27th at Hope Gardens! Kingston Kitchen is a  Jamaican food experience that showcases what Jamaicans are doing locally in the food industry, modelled along the lines of food markets or fairs that are held weekly in cities across the United States and Europe.

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Kushites
Good Food

Lately, I have been becoming more and more interested in eating vegetarian meals, that is, plant based meals. I’m becoming convinced that this is the way to go. I mean it’s ok to have meat once in a while but not on a daily basis, this works for me at

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JCE art tour
Worth A Visit

Here’s a guest post from my brother Steve Wilson who spends many days on the road travelling as part of Sean Paul’s management team, but Kingston is his first love when it comes to cities. Here’s his list of 10 things to do when you find yourself marooned in Kingston,

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Sports

Kingston Polo Club and St. Ann Polo Club continue their century-old rivalry. The Senior Cup Final is happening on April 23. Come and support the Jamaica Cancer Society – St. Ann/St. Mary Branch.

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KOTE

KINGSTON ART IS HAPPENING… Kingston On The Edge Urban Art Festival (KOTE) 2016 is coming – June 17 to 26.   KOTE 2016’s theme is “Connections”.  The folks at KOTE this year are looking at the contextual relationships in art and the link between cause and effect. Some of the

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KOTE

Kinston on the Edge 2015 is not quite over…if you missed any of the following Studio Exhibitions you still have time to see them & to meet the artists!! Little Women (Redbones Gallery) Chandis Fri & Sat 5pm-11pm (Show ends Sat July 4) Tarp Project (NLS Studios) Garfield Morgan Fri. 10am-5pm

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Craft

The Institute of Jamaica  (IOJ) gift shop is featuring the Clonmel Potters this month. The IOJ gift shop at their East Street complex, Downtown Kingston offers a wide range of Jamaican made products. Items are handpicked offering only a couple of each item to ensure uniqueness of their product offerings. As

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Worth A Visit

  Here’s a great article from the New York Times describing 36 hours in Jamaica. Also discovering Kingston, the writer sets out an itinerary for a fun filled 36 hours in Jamaica. “Sun, sand and sea: a timeless recipe, readily available throughout the Caribbean. But sun, sand, sea — and

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Books

    Check out the schedule for the Kingston Book Festival here: http://bookindustryja.com/kbf The Kingston Book Festival is eight days of events for readers, writers, publishers, booksellers of all things ‘bookish’-fiction, non-fiction, poetry and play writing. The Kingston Book Festival 2013 runs March 2 -10, 2013. In 2013, the Kingston

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ArtHappening on the Edge 2012

  Come check out the Liguanea Art Festival -The perfect way to spend Sunday! See images from Art Festival-2010 Date: Sunday, 29th April 2012. Time: 10am-8pm. Liguanea Plaza. 134 Old Hope Road, Kgn 6. FREE Admission, Parking and Shuttle Bus Service. Parking: Sts. Peter & Paul Church or MailPac –

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