I Was Too Catty. Plus the Cuba Competition and What’s Up with Negril: Friday, December 19, 2014

The Christmas traffic in Kingston has now officially reached insanity level. I am not sure what all the frenzied activity is about; downtown at least business is reportedly very slow, worse than last year. But some people still have money in their pockets uptown, and the cost of gasoline has finally dropped (albeit far too … More I Was Too Catty. Plus the Cuba Competition and What’s Up with Negril: Friday, December 19, 2014

Weekly Brief, Sunday 27/Monday 28 January, 2013: The Dawn of the New Scrap Metal Age

It’s hard to see what is happening to our country, as the first month of the year draws to a close. Who knows what the remaining eleven months will bring? Last year, I spoke about the two elephants in the room: one called Economy and one called Crime. Now, the former has become so huge … More Weekly Brief, Sunday 27/Monday 28 January, 2013: The Dawn of the New Scrap Metal Age