Jamaica is going through a phase right now which my mind can't comprehend. Gunshots competed with the sounds of a Jamaican programme on my TV last night and the night before that one. I'm not directly affected by it, living about 10 minutes away from the tense community from which the shots erupted and never … Continue reading Circumstance
A discussion I had this week on the controversial topic of Black hair has inspired this post. This was the first in a long time that I've expressed my reason for going natural. With the interesting feedback I got, I felt like sharing my view here for anyone else who cares to know. What The … Continue reading Why I Said Bye to Lye
"Sell me a rice and peas and fry chicken with curry gravy." "A curry goat and rice." "A jerk chicken and rice and peas." "A stew peas and rice." These are some of the daily options on the lunch menu of a Jamaican restaurant, tuck shop, road side shop etc. Delicious, sure, but so few … Continue reading The Jamaican Box Lunch
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Saint Valentines' Day is here! The old art of romance had my nostalgic soul wondering why is it the world got too modern for these little things. Well, the western world's fashions and trends are often cyclical so here are 10 old things the world should make new again: 1. Post Cards You know the … Continue reading 10 Aged Articles Which Need a Comeback
The 2016 USA presidential events were followed by Jamaicans, more than many Jamaicans followed all the Jamaican elections in their lifetimes. Is that statement worrisome to anyone else?...... American current events are a big deal to us because if the USA sneezes, Jamaica catches the cold (or bronchopneumonia). Literally. We depend on the United States … Continue reading A Jamaican Opinion on the USA 2016 Presidential Outcome