Author Archives: Anthea
Barrington Watson affectionately known as Barry Watson born 1931 died January 26, 2016 and was buried February 6, 2016. He was one of the patrons of the OAaSIS Int Foundation. …………………………………….. Numerous persons are still requesting paintings – please be advised that his wife Doreen can be contracted at 3500597 area code 876 as well.
Please be advised that the artist, PETER JOHNSON, who gave us room to host the workshops in Central Kingston on JAMES STREET has been murdered earlier this week. We await autopsy report to conform exact date and time. We are arranging another spot.. BUT we do regret the passing and work even harder to honour … Continue reading
We all have our tiny family cells to concentrate our love on.. but let’s all remember as the year closes ::: WE ARE ONE BIG FAMILY!!! Live love! Love Jamaican living and be real… Christmas, Chanukah, Kwanzaa— FORWARD with Jamaica love across the globe.. Thanks for choosing to be a part of the OAaSIS International … Continue reading
YOUTH, troubled teens and pre-teens, or simply curious ones can now have their issues dealt. Topics include family, personal, school work…
Violet Aunt Grace Haughton is one trained in mathematics Information Technology joining the write lovers team on www.antheamcgibbon.com dedicated to the success of Jamaican students at varied levels. She is focused on her goal to ensure that students sitting CXC Information technology understand programming clearly and thoroughly, complete their SBAs. For students who find mathematics … Continue reading
ABOUT SUITE JAMAICA Fascinating things happen at hotels and other locations across Jamaica. Now Love TV of Jamaica partners with the Foundation to expose cretive talent. SUITE JAMAICA exists to: 1. Assist Jamaican artists to earn 2. Allow guests, visitors to acquire authentic piece of Jamaica without leaving hotel, or going too far from specific … Continue reading
WINNER of sketch will be chosen at The Aviation Club Jamaica 5th Anniversary Celebration Dinner to be held at Pegasus DECEMBER 2, 2011
Dancehall recording artiste Chedda and Blak Ryno have pledged their support to the University of Technology (UTECH) who will be hosting an event this week to aid two of the school
Whether Black children are failing on purpose, it’s time for Jamaicans to take a good look at it’s own children …
“It is more than time to take strong steps to protect our children”, Harvey Thomas said.