Jamaica Gleaner Arts &Leisure
Published: Monday Sunday | May 24, 2009
It's amazing how bad news can draw a crowd. It is broad daylight but the crowd is still here. Read More...Lamentation of swines
From time immemorial, we, the swines of this world, have been denigrated, discriminated against, and even demonised, and we are sick and tired of being sick and tired. No, it is not influenza A (H1N1) that we have. We leave that to you, humans. Read More...The perfect day
It's funny, isn't it? How one of the most arduous days of your life could start out with a beautiful morning. Read More...Jamaicans For Justice raises funds to offset expenses
Local human Rights group Jamaicans For Justice (JFJ) recently held an art auction to raise funds to carry out its function.The Gleaner was told that the aim was to raise at least $1 million to offset the group's overhead... Read More...Book Review: Mature and humorous
Sasha Arnold is a 25-year-old beauty, and knows a good opportunity when she sees it. Sasha is the main character in the story 'Gold Digger'. Read More...Exploring the J'can athletics system
As Usain Bolt, Shelly-Ann Fraser, Veronica Campbell-Brown, Melaine Walker, Sherone Simpson, Kerron Stewart and Shericka Williams won medal after medal in the sprint events at last year's Beijing Olympics, one of the... Read More...The many shades of Ireland
The colour green is synonymous with Ireland. From its moniker the 'Emerald Isle', the green shamrock, to the sea of green on St Paddy's Day, and any other variant of the colour, green is always conscious in people's minds. Read More...'His Compassionateness'
Every man in Roswell district wanted Cherry for himself, but I thought I was a mile ahead of everybody since is me and Cherry grow, and now Cherry was a plummy 18-year-old, ripe and ready to be picked. Read More...Extract from the 'Jamaica Journal' - The UN and the changing world of women from a Jamaican point of view
Equality, Development and Peace. This was the slogan for the first Decade of Women declared by the United Nations in 1975. Read More...