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
On Sunday Msgr. Gregory Ramkissoon (Mustard Seed Communities) mentioned that as a result of the recession they did not receive as many stuff toys this year. Thalia Lyn, an Immaculate Conception High school alumna decided to help by placing a box at each Island Grill store so that anyone who is able can place a … Continue reading
30 children from communities of Arnold, Anderson and Rousseau Roads were feted by The Jamaica Red Cross in partnership with Flow on Saturday October 22. As part of the National Red Cross month of activities, the Kingston and St. Andrew branch created an environment of safety, security and integration at Arnold Road for children age … Continue reading
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 schools
An affair of arts is critical to owning a great memory as several arts (visual, performing, literary, culinary) are main contributors to improving one’s memory.
*The “ocean” is the space within the circle. The “motion” is a kind of cake-walk.
Many thanks to Glasceta Honeyghan for contributing this song.
In speaking with Anthea McGibbon one will come to understand her intense love affair with and the deft skills she possesses in the Arts and her culture.
Those who employ his many and varied visual skills however, will confirm the welcome surprise to many, that Moo Young is far more than just a photographer.
Loyal to Jamaica joining forces with the