Divinity of colours, confluence of culture

It is that time of the year. As the skies turn grey, days become shorter, cool air kisses the skin, the world erupts with joyous emotions, colours and celebrations, nothing expresses the delight of any festive season more than flowers.

Poetry carved in ceramics

For more than 20 years, David Pinto, one of Jamaica's leading ceramic artists, has opened up his studio and gallery for the holidays, inviting friends, family and the public to view and purchase new work he has created over the year.

Book review - Haiti: The never-ending struggle

Battered and impoverished, many have written off Haiti. A blighted nation, forever caught in the jaws of doom, they have concluded. But in this deftly edited compilation of essays that captures the history and culture of a people after the devastating earthquake in 2010, such apocalyptic musings are clearly absent.

Excelsior Community College honours long-serving staff members

To culminate its 40th anniversary celebrations, Excelsior Community College (ECC), which has its main campus on Mountain View Avenue in St Andrew, held a banquet to honour 40 members of staff who served the Methodist institution for 20 or more years.

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