Jamaica Gleaner Entertainment
Published: Monday Monday | May 25, 2009
Three Jamaicans write their lives
When Calabash International Literary Festival programming director Kwame Dawes asked the large audience at Jake's, Treasure Beach, St Elizabeth, on Saturday morning "Are you ready for a big reading?", there was a resounding 'yes'... Read More...Reggae film event goes abroad at Red Stripe Boss Sounds Festival
The Mighty Diamonds Reggae film event goes abroad at Red Stripe Boss Sounds Festival This year's annual staging of the Boss Sounds Festival in Newcastle-upon-Tyne, England, has been renamed the Red Stripe Boss Sounds Festival after the Jumpin' Hot Club... Read More...Fantastic double launch of fantasy at UWI
When Brian Heap welcomed the large audience at the Philip Sherlock Centre for the Creative Arts, UWI, on Wednesday evening, he quipped, "should I say the force be with you?" For they had gathered to see the science fiction fantasies of Billy Elm... Read More...Something extra
It's official, the newest addition to the New Kingston nocturnal activity list, Pure/Plush Lounge, is now open and Devon House came alive with the aroma of the annual Jack Daniel's Grill-Off. Read More...