Jamaica Gleaner Arts &Leisure
Published: Monday Sunday | May 3, 2009
When I stand on the veranda I see the little house perched on the hill. It looks near, but if I want to reach it I have to walk along the road, and after I bend the corner I go down a little hill, then climb a big hill before I reach. Read More...Artist calls out Jamaica's 'girly men'
The CAG(e), the Edna Manley College Art Gallery, recently presented 'Ganstas, Disciplez plus the Doiley Boyz', an exhibition of mixed media works by Ebony G. Read More...Book Review: For a sense of purpose, team spiritedness
Who is Wilfred Drummond? Why should anyone want to read a 490-page book written by him? He's no Obama, no Mandela, no Marcus Garvey, and certainly no Bob Marley. Read More...Leave books alone!
The following is an excerpt from a statement by Kelli Magnus of the Book Industry Association of Jamaica (BIAJ) in response to the imposition of general consumption tax (GCT) on general books (excluding academic and religious). Read More...'Shaggy Parrot' get's global nod
The National Parenting Center (TNPC.com), the world's largest parenting advocacy group that reviews, tests and evaluates children's products from manufacturers worldwide, (including Disney and Baby Einstein), has awarded the CD Storybook, "Shaggy Parrot... Read More...After 341 years ...Britain names first woman poet laureate
LONDON (AP):Britain last Friday awarded the role of national poet laureate to Carol Ann Duffy - the first woman to hold a post that has been filled by William Wordsworth, Lord Tennyson and Ted Hughes. Read More...Fun kids book ready for release
Carolien Aikman will this month launch her first book Prayers for School Days. The book will be launched under the theme 'Change Begins at Home - Pray with Your Kids'. Read More...SUNDAY SAUCE: Ode to black
Tuesday gone was designated Black Tuesday, the day to wear something black/dark to protest recent government tax measures. Read More...