|Craft in cycles
IT SEEMS that the days, when you could stroll into a craft market for craft to the beats of calypso drums, at least as Ocho Rios businessman Kumar Sujanani remembers it, are no more.
Travel with The Sunday Gleaner writer/art critic, Anthea McGibbon, and Gleaner photographers as they journey from the north to south coast exploring various issues relating to the arts and its link to our tourism sector.
Then Came Vivienne
If they cared to, almost everyone in Burnside district could trace their ancestors back to the time when, after 'full free', the first families scrubbed the sugar plantation dirt from their feet, bundled up their few possessions and climbed the steep...
'Is there something you want to tell me?'We were eating dinner and talking about something else and out of nowhere Mom had slipped in perhaps the most dangerous question in the world.
Swirling air near hardened ground,take flight - and me with you. `The air's overrun with emotion.Each wave makes you new.Whirlwind, you seem not to go away!Can you tell me talesof what was, long before my birth,of where you were when Earthfirst formed...
Obeah and the Unborn
Miss Rosalind Green was one of the most important citizens of Cattle Ridge.
My Own Bed
In vain the skies unroll
DVD Watch: 'The Lookout'
Written and directed by Scott Frank, who scripted the brilliant Get Shorty (1995) and the under-appreciated Out of Sight (1998), The Lookout (2007) is Frank's debut as a director, and an independent-minded gem of a film.
Inheritance (for my unborn)
Here on earth, you will learn,there are no binary systems,no twin moons, no twin suns,no twin trees rising from one root -what there is, is loneliness: