Jamaica Gleaner Arts &Leisure
Published: Monday Sunday | June 28, 2009
Book Review: A powerful, poignant story
Patricia Powell paints her word pictures in minute detail and in warm, rich colours. Not like the broad, bland strokes used by some writers. Instead, she takes delight in describing each and every person, location and situation in great detail. She does so very well. Read More...Storytime with Papa
"This morning teacher told us to write a composition about our father," I told Mama."I hope you wrote good things," Mama replied. Read More...UWI aids basic schools
The University of the West Indies (UWI), Mona, has launched an Association of Basic School Principals in the Greater August Town Community and Papine as part of its University Township Project aimed at building positive community relationships and... Read More...School of Nursing shares Canadian excellence award
The distance-learning programme in nursing offered by the School of Nursing at the UWI, Mona campus, in collaboration with the G. Raymond Chang School of Continuing Education and the Daphne Cockwell School of Nursing at Ryerson University in Canada has received the Canadian Network for Innovation in Education... Read More...Bitterwood - an untapped treasure
Jamaica is well known for its many medicinal plants which are widely used in a number of folk remedies, teas and 'root' wines. Read More...Cassandra's cross
On the riverbank, the throng of Revivalists sang, stretching the notes to breaking point with their trademark drawl. Their off-key voices and beats of the drums decimated the stillness of the Sunday morning. Read More...SUNDAY SAUCE: How envious thou art!
As soon as news of my most recent 'challenge' hit the media, people have gone on to question my credentials, ridiculing me about my MBA in theology. Read More...