Play Reading: The Life of Miguel de Cervantes – Thursday, September 29 at Red Bones

Tomorrow evening there will be a special and rather unusual event: A play reading on the life of Miguel de Cervantes – a remarkable man, often described as the “first modern novelist” – on the 400th anniversary of his death. The reading will take place at the Red Bones Blues Cafe, 1 Argyle Road in Kingston on … More Play Reading: The Life of Miguel de Cervantes – Thursday, September 29 at Red Bones

Andrew’s Coercive Forces, Zika Approaches and Don’t Blush, Baby: Friday, January 8, 2016

It’s been such a pleasant week. Half of me wants to get going on things, while the other has a hangover from the holiday and is inclined to laziness. I suspect there are others who are in this bipolar state! However, as expected, things are quickly warming up on the political front. And the weather? We … More Andrew’s Coercive Forces, Zika Approaches and Don’t Blush, Baby: Friday, January 8, 2016

Marley Celebrated, Women Abused, Opposition Embarrassed: Friday, February 6, 2015

Jamaica is supposed to be celebrating Bob Marley’s seventieth birthday today. Marley is getting plenty of “blessings,” as Kingston is drenched in rain. Oh – I would also like to sincerely wish media entrepreneur Tyrone Wilson a happy birthday, too! Tomorrow evening there will be a concert with some Marley sons (I am not sure … More Marley Celebrated, Women Abused, Opposition Embarrassed: Friday, February 6, 2015

The Structure of Learning, and Two Spanish Foundations in Jamaica

Education is multi-layered. Its interlocking components are complex. But one element that is essential is the infrastructure. The physical stuff, if you will. And what could be more important for a student than having his/her own work unit? Last Friday, March 7, two organizations – the Spanish-Jamaican Foundation and the Solo Jamaica Foundation – each … More The Structure of Learning, and Two Spanish Foundations in Jamaica