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Jamaica Gleaner Arts &Leisure
published: Sunday | October 8, 2006

Roots to Reckoning - Charlie Phillips engages the past
Photographer Charlie 'Smokey' Phillips, at 61 years old, represents everything about the Caribbean community in the London district of Notting Hill, made distinct by immigrants who poured into England in the 'Windrush' wave of immigration...

Awakening

Feea, Daughter of Zion, is an artist living and working in Kingston. Her works 'From the Rock' and 'Untitled' are currently on view in the exhibition Intuitives III at the National Gallery of Jamaica. Here she discusses his work with...


Literary arts - The innocent

At work, Mary Martin was known as efficient, dependable and the best team leader in a crisis. The old clock in the lobby was nothing compared to Mary's precise timing for everything she did.


Pain in the park

Wednesday morning and not a very busy day in the bus park in downtown Kingston. Eight o'clock but the sun already high in the sky and I was beginning to sweat. I got a seat at the front of the minibus and looked around me.


Tale of Haiti's heartbreaking, horrifying history

How can a novel filled with such terror have such a beautiful title? The Dew Breaker sounds romantic, doesn't it?


The Shine-eye Gal

'Rock of ages, cleft for me. Let me hide myself in thee.' 'Puncie, don't I tell you not to sing that there song in my house? Don't I tell you to watch you mout'?'




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