You may have read my reviews of some Caribbean films featured in the Caribbean Tales International Film Festival in Toronto, which I posted earlier this year. As I observed: “Caribbean film remains vibrant and a unique reflection of our way of life, our ideas, our thoughts, our quirks and eccentricities, our connections with each other.” This … More Kingston Paradise: More Than Another “Ghetto Film” (Streaming This Weekend on Video on Demand)
Human Rights Day this year was particularly significant for the world. We have to think “world” on Human Rights Day, and then get out our magnifying glasses and zoom in on a map of Jamaica and the Caribbean. For all of us, it was the 70th Anniversary of the signing of the Universal Declaration of … More Human Rights Day in Jamaica: Against a Background of the Arts, Much to Be Done
NUH DUTTY UP JAMAICA CHRISTMAS BRING A BAG A BOKKLE Guys and gals! Trot along to the Mall Plaza on Constant Spring Road in Kingston next Tuesday afternoon (December 11, 3 to 6 pm) and “bring a bag a bokkle” (or “Bring a bag of bottles”) and receive a cool Nuh Dutty Up Jamaica … More JET’s Nuh Dutty Up Jamaica Christmas Campaign: Bring a Bag a (Plastic) Bokkle!
There’s so much news around at the moment that makes you want to groan and hold your head in pain (the revived, reverberating PetroJam scandal, for one – not to mention the police lockups) that it’s hard to be JOLLY as the Christmas songs tell us we should be at this time of year. Nevertheless, here’s a … More Embassy of Japan to Provide Orthopaedic Equipment to May Pen Hospital
I recently wrote that the Jamaican private sector will have to step up in a big way and play its part in the Green Economy – sooner rather than later. Climate change, energy conservation/renewables, and environmentally sound practices in waste disposal etc. must be first and foremost in their minds. However, certain companies seem quite … More B-H Paints Advocates Environmental Protection Through Coatings Technology
Originally posted on Conundrum.:
There are millions of narratives online about people and their stories, mostly as strangers without meeting each other we connect with these experiences as we find ourselves relating to them. The intricate nature of human existence is the simple truth that in our differences we notice familiar things that brings us…
This year there are quite a few more suspected cases of dengue fever in Jamaica. It has been very rainy in most weeks, and breeding grounds may have been increasing. Dengue is no joke – as I know from experience! The rare haemorrhagic fever is very dangerous. Closing windows and doors at early morning and … More It’s a More Active Season, But There is No Dengue Outbreak, Says Health Ministry