| Ja-Mecca - Old and young masters display quality art
Artists, collectors and investors who journeyed to Manchester over the weekend of November 9-11, to be enriched within the local art mecca, were not disappointed.
Her heart was a booming drum in her ears, her eyes were balls of fire, and from her lips issued a muffled sound. Then her eyes softened and her heart settled back in her chest.
Taking the old to tackle the new
Caribbean Mythology and Modern Life is an interesting example of taking "ole time sinting" to deal with the modern issues that plague our society. The collection of five one- act plays written by Paloma Mohamed deals with...
The Taino's place in Jamaica's history
Many of us in Jamaica have been taught that the Arawaks were our indigenous people and we continue to refer to them as such. The Arawaks, in fact, were the ethnic group that lived in the northern part of the Guianas.