Jamaica Gleaner Arts &Leisure
Published: Monday Sunday | January 17, 2010
Late last night
Archie, the cameraman stood poised in the parking lot of the club, his red cap perched at an angle, his right arm propping up the Sony DVcam that was balanced on his shoulder. Read More...Sunday Sauce: My New Year prayer
To the Creator, maker of man and animal, in this time of trials, tribulations and trysts, give me the faith to endure life on Earth, or what is left of it.First and foremost, remind us to stop singing "Eternal... Read More...Donovan Murphy gives back to his alma mater
Donovan Murphy expressed a clear message of commitment to upgrade the standard of his alma mater, Harewood Primary School in St Catherine.He was among persons who turned up for a fund-raising venture for the upkeep of the school on Monday, December 28... Read More...Book Review: Global Warming, Unstoppable
Both authors have impeccable qualifications and are eminently qualified to put together this challenging book by Rowman and Littlefield Publishers, which has been on the New York Times Best Seller List. Read More...Do you believe in magic?
Do you believe in magic? After about five minutes with Kemarch Dodd, better known as 'Wizad the Magician', you will. He rolls his fingers, cuts coins or just keeps pulling pieces of cloth from thin air. Read More...UCC Report: Tips for financing higher education
Acquiring tertiary education, given the cost today, is as serious a decision as buying a car or even a house. It is not a decision to be taken lightly and needs to be approached with the same degree of thought and consideration as any other major financial investment. Read More...UWI Notebook: PhD students receive trilateral reconnection programme scholarships
The first two recipients of the Trilateral Reconnection Programme Scholarships are Shakeisha Wilson from the Department of Community and Psychiatry, Faculty of Medical Sciences; and... Read More...NCU Bulletin: 'Failure is not an option'
The new students' orientation programme, now referred to as, "First Year C.O.M.P.A.S.S." (Campus Orientation and Mentorship Programmes for Academic and Social Success), recently welcomed new students to the University family... Read More...