Sharon Millar’s ‘The Whale House’ has copped the Regional Prize for the Caribbean for the 2013 Commonwealth Writers Short Story Competition.In: Books Tags: Sharon Millar, Commonwealth Short Story Prize, Literary Prizes
Disposable People by Ezekel Alan (The Caribbean), Island of a Thousand Mirrors by Nayomi Munaweera (Asia), Sterile Sky by E.E.In: Books Tags: Commonwealth Writers Book Prize, Ezekel Alan, Nayomi Munaweera, EE Sule, Lisa O'Donnell, Michael Sala, Literary Prizes
Samuel Hillary’s classic Caribbean ‘Yard Play’ Departure in the Dark is returning home ... almost.In: Theatre Tags: University Players, Departure In the Dark, Samuel Hillary, Jamaican Plays
For Sabriya Simon photography is a search for beauty, or rather the expression of it unfiltered by false lights and unmolested by relentless photoshopping.
With the release of his sophomore album The Eight Year Affair, Protoje has firmly cemented his space on the Reggae landscape.
Though Dancehall music and poetry are not the most common of bedfellows, it was the combination offered up at Rhyme and Lyme on Monday night. The first in the monthly series featured performances by Mel Cooke, Sabrena McDonald and rising DJ Darrio.
Comedytainment returned to Red Bones the Blues Cafe for the April installment of the bi-monthly helping of comedy and a hodgepodge of other entertainment. This month it was a combination of comedy, magic and a smattering of music.
The Jamaican leg of the 2013 Africa World Documentary Film Festival got underway at the University of the West Indies, Mona, on Wednesday evening with Rwanda-17: The Healing of a Nation.In: Film & TV Tags: World African Documentary Film Festival, film festivals, films
One of Jamaica’s most celebrated folk heroes, Anancy, is joining forces with the country’s contemporary heroes, our athletes and musicians when Winners Circle, the third installment of the Anancy Chaptaz hits the stage.In: Theatre Tags: Anancy Chaptaz, The Independent Actors Movement, Jamaican theatre, Children's Theatre, Damion Radcliffe
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