|Margaritaville rocks Grand Turk!
WHY SHOULD Jamaicans have all the fun? Grand Turk is rocking now with Margaritaville in town. The 18,000 square foot property, which can seat 450 guests, is now officially in full swing after it was 'opened' last Friday.
Of birthdays and sizzling fashion
IT'S THAT time of the season again, my dears, when we say champagne wishes and caviar toasts come the 28 of this month as former Prime Minister and Opposition Leader, Hon. Edward Seaga, his son Christopher, and Finance Minister...
Woman's Club is 70!
MAY 21 this year will mark the 70th anniversary of the Woman's Club, a service organisation with a mandate to provide funding and opportunities for the underprivileged and less fortunate of Jamaica.
Polo party scores!
IT WAs a polo party, but it scored big with the food. The party, in honour of the international polo players participating in the recent National Commercial Bank Capital Markets High Goal Polo tournament, was hosted by Member of Parliament...
50 years and going strong
THE AFTERNOON of April 22 was a sunny yet cool one in the hills of Luna, a district in south St. Mary. It seemed like the entire district had turned out in their finery for what could be like the event of the year.
Best Festival: Jamaican Jerk Festival
THE FLORIDA newspaper, The New Times, has hailed the Jamaican Jerk Festival the Best Festival for 2005. The report states: "Just as the giant Chili Cook-off inspires food with the impact of a reactor-core meltdown...