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Stories by Paul H. Williams

Published:Sunday | May 20, 2018 | 12:00 AMPaul H. Williams

One by one, some students and staff members at The Mico University College in the Corporate Area stood to pay tribute to retired college educator Nye Harris- Stubbs during a banquet organised by final-year students of Food Quantity Techniques, a...

Published:Sunday | May 6, 2018 | 12:00 AMPaul H. Williams

On Friday, April 27, the National Council for Senior Citizens at 11 West King's House Road in St Andrew, was the venue for the opening ceremony and private viewing of 'Golden Designs: A Seniors' Art Exhibition'.It was the first of two events planned...

Published:Sunday | January 21, 2018 | 12:00 AMPaul H. Williams

Queen Mother Miriamne Samad was born in Harlem, New York, is a Garveyite, and has evolved into a black pride/power advocate and activist. She moved to Jamaica in 1975 with her Garveyite husband Abdul Samad who was born here.Queen Mother brought back...

Published:Saturday | December 30, 2017 | 12:00 AMPaul H. Williams

Bahaullah, who lived from 1817 to 1892, is regarded as the founder of the Bahai faith. He said he had a new revelation from God, a message to mankind.He wrote myriad verses, letters, and books and outlined a framework for the spiritual and...

Published:Thursday | December 21, 2017 | 12:00 AMPaul H. Williams

On Saturday, December 16, Rural Xpress was present to see the joy on the faces of children, young adults and elderly people as they received gift packages at two pre-Christmas treats in Westmoreland, one at Kew Park School in Rat Trap district and...

Published:Sunday | December 17, 2017 | 12:00 AMPaul H. Williams

Witcliffe A. Doyley is a master chef and teaches food preparation and services at the School of Tourism Hospitality and Entertainment Management at the Camp Road campus of the Excelsior Community College.He holds an MBA from the University of...

Published:Saturday | December 9, 2017 | 12:00 AMPaul H. Williams

Originating in Iran, about 1844, the Baha'i faith evolved out of the Shi'ite branch of the Muslim faith. It is said to have been started by a Persian named The Bab, who believed he had a new message for humanity's spiritual transformation. He also...

Published:Thursday | December 7, 2017 | 12:00 AMPaul H. Williams

The images in Imuzi Thompson's artwork are quiet unusual. They are not the depiction of living, breathing people, but on his canvass they are oozing life, and tell stories with their twisted, swirling limbs and bodies that look like the skin and fat...

Published:Sunday | November 26, 2017 | 12:00 AMPaul H. Williams

Ras Natango, his wife Tamika and son Ayale are artists and artisans in their own right, and a visit to their property, Ahhh Ras Natango Gallery and Gardens, in Camrose, St James reaffirms that.Their story is inspirational and colourful. It started...

Published:Thursday | November 23, 2017 | 12:00 AMPaul H. Williams

"We believe in teaching you to fish, we don't believe in giving you fishes, so we equip you with the skills and mindset to go forward and be entrepreneurs yourself," Sasha Shaw, operations manager at Forward Step, located in Gregory Park in St...

Published:Tuesday | October 17, 2017 | 12:00 AMPaul H. Williams

More than five years ago, Pauline Smith, a returning resident of George North, near Spaldings, Manchester, founded the Network of Women for Food Security, a specially authorised society registered with the cooperatives and friendly societies. The...

Published:Thursday | October 12, 2017 | 12:00 AMPaul H. Williams

Edible mushrooms, those flesh-like, spore-bearing fruits of fungi, are considered a delicacy in many quarters, eaten by people of a certain social stratum. Yet, for many persons, mushroom is an everyday source of protein, regular food.Although they...

Published:Tuesday | September 5, 2017 | 12:00 AMPaul H. Williams

When Prime Minister Andrew Holness said Mount Salem in St James selected itself as the first zone of special operations, he was very much spot on. That suburban Montego Bay community was selected based on historical data, and the history of crime in...

Published:Saturday | September 2, 2017 | 12:03 AMPaul H. Williams

Menno Simons, who lived from 1496 to 1561 in Friesland, in The Netherlands, was a Catholic priest who did not agree with some of the teachings of Catholicism, especially the baptism of babies, who did not understand what was happening to them.He is...

Published:Saturday | August 26, 2017 | 12:00 AMPaul H. Williams

Menno Simons lived from 1496 to 1561 in Friesland, now a province in The Netherlands. He was a Catholic priest who did not agree with some of the teachings of Catholicism, especially the baptism of babies, who did not...

Published:Saturday | August 12, 2017 | 12:33 AMPaul H. Williams

Seven years ago when Stephen Henriques was assistant to Ernest deSousa, the spiritual leader of the Jewish community, deSousa suddenly died. The 12-member board of the United Congregations of Israelites, located at Duke Street downtown,...

Published:Saturday | July 22, 2017 | 12:00 AMPaul H. Williams

GOLDEN HILL, St Andrew:For Bishop Dr O'Neil Miller, pastor of the Apostolic Sabbath Church in Golden Hill, St Andrew, his ministry is not only concerned with preaching about salvation to his flock and telling them how to attain it, it includes...

Published:Saturday | July 8, 2017 | 12:00 AMPaul H. Williams

Exactly two years ago, Family and Religion spoke with Bishop O'Neil Miller of the Apostolic Sabbath Church in Golden Hill, St Andrew, about the challenges he was facing with the said church, of which he is the builder and the head. It was on the...

Published:Thursday | June 29, 2017 | 12:00 AMPaul H. Williams

In 1739 Captain Quao, leader of the Windward Maroons, signed a treaty of peace and friendship with the British military whose resolve the Maroons had worn down.The signing of the treaty was the culmination of a protracted war in which the Maroons...

Published:Saturday | June 17, 2017 | 12:04 AMPaul H. Williams

Mormonism, the Christian movement founded by Joseph Smith in New York in the 1820s, is regarded by Mormons as the only true church. And, obviously, its doctrines, beliefs and practices have set Mormons apart from other Christian denominations. Some...

Published:Thursday | June 15, 2017 | 12:00 AMPaul H. Williams

From Thursday, June 22 to Sunday the 25th, the Maroon community of Charles Town in Portland will be hosting its ninth international Maroon conference under the theme 'Maroons and the African diaspora: Learning from the past, looking to the future'."...

Published:Tuesday | June 13, 2017 | 12:00 AMPaul H. Williams

Some persons were stunned and angry when they saw the bust of National Hero Marcus Garvey unveiled in the courtyard of the Faculty of Humanities and Education on the Mona campus of the University of the West Indies on Friday, May 19.The tenor of the...

Published:Sunday | June 11, 2017 | 12:00 AMPaul H. Williams

There is a feeling that a career in agriculture is not glamorous, and one that the youngsters are not interested in, despite the fact that we need agriculture to stay alive.Agricultural science has never been a popular GCE/CSEC subject for high...

Published:Saturday | June 10, 2017 | 12:00 AMPaul H. Williams

Joseph Smith, it is said, founded Mormonism in New York in the 1820s. He and his followers moved from state to state to avoid persecution. They settled and bought the town of Commerce in Illinois, which they renamed...

Published:Saturday | June 3, 2017 | 12:04 AMPaul H. Williams

The Mormons say that their Christian denomination is the only true Church since it was founded by Joseph Smith through divine authority. Yet, like many other denominations, their theology is underpinned by the...

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