|AFJ does it for charity
Minister of Information, Culture, Youth and Sports Olivia Grange has congratulated the American Friends of Jamaica (AFJ), for their selfless efforts and legacy of philanthropy on behalf of Jamaica over the years.
While it is quite easy for some to simply write a cheque, there are charities that require more than just a donation, but critical personal intervention to effectively manage the behavioural change necessary to help in building better individuals and, consequently, a better people and nation.
My down time ... with Wayne Chen
He is a lawyer by training and businessman at heart, and his recent appointment as head of the Urban Development Corporation has stirred some controversy.
Stewart rolls out the red carpet
Last Wednesday, Stewart Automotive Group rolled out the red carpet for their special guests. As one of the sponsors of this year's Kingston Restaurant Week (KRW), the automotive giants took some of their loyal customers to Mac's Chop House in Trinidad Terrace, New Kingston, to sample the delectable KRW menu.
JAMCEN - making a difference
The heavy rains last weekend did not stop health-conscious individuals from coming out to the inaugural Jamaica Central (JAMCEN) Health and Wellness Expo in Mandeville, Manchester.