GoldenEye: A retreat to remember

I'd read about Ian Fleming's home on the north coast where he wrote the James Bond novels having been turned into a 22-unit complex, cottages both on the beach and a lagoon.

Poetry slams climate-change issues

After spending weeks furiously writing, revising, and revising again, more than 50 students stood alone in front of their peers and an esteemed panel of judges, using voice and gesture to bring their words to life during the first staging of the United States Embassy's Youth Poetry Slam Competition.

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'Jamaican Greats' chronicles like no other

Title: Jamaican Greats: Lives of famous and notorious Jamaicans Author: Thibault Ehrengardt

Book review:'Wednesday' is poignant and enthralling

Title: If I am not back by Wednesday Author: Geoffrey Haddad Publisher: Kingston Communications/Great House

'Aunty Roachy' festival serves up a cultural feast

The Aunty Roachy Festival, named for the character created by poet, actress and folklorist Louise Bennett, was tailored to showcase the storytelling talent of the Jamaican Literary, Film and Television communities.

Purposeful Alignment to help guide life choices

KINGSTON:Kingston College (KC) student, Kadeem Campbell, who achieved 11 grade ones in his 2014 CSEC examinations, said while growing up, he wanted to be like Batman.

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