|A tribute to an artist, teacher
'A Tribute to Hope Brooks' is an exhibition 40 years in the making. Curated by Veerle Poupeye, the exhibition now on at Edna Manley College's Cag[e] gallery is a retrospective from one of Jamaica's influential female artists.
The book which belongs to one boy is the boy's book. The book which belongs to the group of boys is the boys' book. Notice in the case of the singular possessor of the item, the apostrophe is on the inside, i.e., between the noun 'boy' and the possessive marker 's'.
Literary arts - Dying to Marry Him (Part 2)
When Michael came home that Christmas, he thought he would be in for a wonderful holiday. There was more food than he could remember seeing in the house for some time. His father, though still sad sometimes, appeared to be beginning to accept and settle into his life as a widower.
Book review - Poetry should reflect modern civilisations
Marcia Douglas' book Electricity Comes to Cocoa Bottom is published by Peepal Tree Press in the United Kingdom, now the largest independent publisher of Caribbean writing in the world. Electricity Comes to Cocoa Bottom was a Poetry Book Society (PBS) recommendation.
Bromley Armstrong - Jamaica's famous 'unknown' fighter for human rights
What 82-year-old Bromley Armstrong did was win the first legal test cases against racial discrimination in Canada back in the 1950s.