Tue | Oct 22, 2019

Art & Leisure

History…a look back in time, words and phrases that are in the yellowing pages, distant memories - but beyond those chapters and books, it is a compendium of events, some fortunate, others unfortunate, that defines a country’s present in some form...

It was the celebration of a time-honoured Indian tradition touching the shores of Jamaica. From October 5 to 8, Club India, on Lady Musgrave Road, Kingston, was transformed into a bedecked neighbourhood of Kolkata (erstwhile Calcutta), where during...

The Members of the Mandeville Art Fair Committee of the Roman Catholic Dioceses of Mandeville have announced the 28th annual Mandeville Art Fair and Craft Fair, which opens on Thursday, November 7, at 6 p.m. The Art Fair will continue on Friday,...

October heralds a change in the seasons — even in the Caribbean. The days grow shorter and the fierce heat of the sun lessens. Countless birds journey to their winter homes in the Caribbean. For World Migratory Bird Day (WMBD), Caribbean people...

Students from 11 tertiary institutions will square off in the Northern Caribbean University’s Invitational Debate Series (NCUIVDS) scheduled to be held on October 21 at the university’s Mandeville campus. The debate, which is geared towards...

Children are at play The children are at play. Some are eating dirt. Others are mudslinging. Some are uprooting. Others are sidestepping the mess. It’s the nature of the game To refute and shame, To scandalize and rebuke, To denounce and...

A number of research studies, including one by my colleagues and I, show clear benefits, such as improvements in employee satisfaction and productivity, savings on commuter costs, and fewer days absent through sickness. However, this wave of...

In Immigration Essays, author Sybil Baker, presents experiences of the immigrant through a successful combination of research, interviews, storytelling, and activism. These experiences range from her own as a world traveller to interviews with...

Somewhere along my life’s journey, I came across the saying “it’s never too late to be who you might have been”. It quietly resonated with me while I worked a series of entry to mid-level jobs in Antigua and Barbuda’s offshore financial sector. It...
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