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"How one shapes their life is always very interesting to me," says Paul Sully, country director of Peace Corps Jamaica. It is a simple yet deep-rooted statement because every one of us has as story to tell, a chapter to write, possibilities to...

One of Jamaica's largest and oldest voluntary organisations, the Jamaica 4-H Clubs, has credited its success and effectiveness to provision of support and measurable feedback from its volunteers....

Imagine having something precious stolen from you and its return is conditional on your having the correct environment to repossess it. That exactly describes the case of Nigeria. The collection of over 700 works of art called the Benin Bronzes was...

Book: This Is For You Author: Angel Castillo Critic: Dr Glenville Ashby In her first published work, Angel Castillo proves her salt as a writer of enviable range. At the outset, Castillo paints a world of charred ruins gnawing away at her nascent mind...

Tru Ting Wish I coulda sey how I tun Bruce Leesista,An' karate di bwoy dem, Mek dem run an' bawl fi dem modda, But ah me run from dem blow wow An pull muscle, like Asafa,When me scale de fence After dem tell me get inna de cyar Whey dem ride me down, Hol...

Students of the Edna Manley College of the Visual and Performing Arts (EMCVPA) will create murals, photos, sculptures, paintings, and other visual art communicating the power of its human-rights provisions on the occasion of the 70th anniversary of...

Industry and educators are agreed: the world needs creativity. There is interest in the field, lots of urging, but remarkably little action. Everyone is a bit scared of what to do next. On the question of creativity and imagination, they are mostly...

It was a heady mix of fine arts, music, poetry, dance and vibrant energy. On Sunday, November 25, the fourth staging of the annual Osmosis Caribbean ArtBeats showcase at The Jamaica Pegasus hotel in New Kingston took the evening to a crescendo....

For many years, the month of November has been observed as Youth and Community Development Month in Jamaica. Within the education sector, November is observed as Parenting Month. The activities are intended to assist parents to do a better job to...

Despite the drizzle on the evening of Friday, November 23, viewers poured into The Serengeti, Hope Zoo for the premiere of Manifesto Jamaica's Run Free: The Documentary. The event, which was packed to capacity with...
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