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Category: Culture

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06/25/10

Permalink 10:40:35 am, by amilnal
Categories: Education, Culture

Magnificent Chess Summer Camp To Build Jamaica One Mind At a Time

The Magnificent Chess Club's mandate is to steadily build the future of Jamaica one mind at a time. This through a variety of chess programmes established within various schools and communities islandwide, and now through a physical space dedicated to t… more »

06/24/10

Permalink 10:05:07 am, by amilnal
Categories: Culture, Business

'KING OF CARIBBEAN COMEDY' OLIVER SAMUELS PROMOTING MONEY TRANSFERS TO JAMAICA

Jamaica’s most famous and beloved actor Oliver Samuels, described as the King of Caribbean comedy, will be the new media voice for the partnership between Capital & Credit Reggae Money Express in Jamaica and the online money transfer company Xoom.com… more »

06/23/10

Permalink 09:57:39 am, by amilnal
Categories: Entertainment, Culture

BRAATA FOLK SINGERS MAKES NYC LAUNCH DURING CARIBBEAN AMERICAN HERTIAGE MO

Braata Folk Singers is set to make its New York launch on Sunday June 27 at 4 pm with an additional show at 7pm at the Lang Recital Hall, Hunter College North. After a year of well received performances across New York City, the group will kick off its a… more »

06/19/10

Permalink 10:05:55 am, by amilnal
Categories: Entertainment, Culture

THE UPRISING ROOTS BAND SPREADS THE SOUNDS OF REGGAE

The Caribbean is a melting pot of cultures, peoples, and traditions. But Jamaica is credited with the birth of a genre of music that is said to have encompassed the world, and we call that Reggae. . While the original messengers and prophets of the so… more »

06/16/10

Permalink 08:35:36 am, by amilnal
Categories: Culture, News

JA Tourism Minister, Edmund Bartlett And Team Embark On N.A. Campaign To Win Back Hearts and Minds...

As the Jamaica Tourist Board led by the it’s super-charged Leader (possibly the most optimistic and hardworking man alive) Tourism Minister, Edmund Bartlett, embarks on its campaign to win back hearts and minds, post recent events of mayhem and chaos on… more »

06/11/10

Permalink 10:41:30 am, by amilnal
Categories: Entertainment, Culture

Yellowman, Lawman Lynch, D’Angel and Others Uniting for Change in Jamaica!

Jamaica Unite! This is the song penned by Lawman Lynch, hoping and wishing for a new Jamaica. Fear, uncertainty and reflection have enveloped Jamaica in the wake of the West Kingston unrest. Many Jamaicans questioned how we lived and how we treat each ot… more »

06/10/10

Permalink 11:07:25 am, by amilnal
Categories: Culture

Magnum Launches Its "Under The Cap Promotion"

Coming hot on the heels of their exciting Magnum Kings and Queens of Dancehall Competition, Magnum Tonic Wine will be launching yet another phenomenal promotion, which no doubt will have their loyal consumers asking for more. The brand, which has b… more »

06/09/10

Permalink 09:24:37 am, by amilnal
Categories: Entertainment, Culture

Romain Virgo to debut self titled album

Romain Virgo’s debut album, an embodiment of his skillful vocals, social awareness and boyish is available today (June 08) in stores and online. The 15 track project has been hailed by industry insiders as the most anticipated Reggae album for 2010. T… more »

06/06/10

Permalink 11:10:40 am, by amilnal
Categories: Culture

Jamaican youth awaken to Arts & Culture

In the wake of recent violence in West Kingston, the next generation is energized and vocal. As many youths are becoming increasingly disillusioned with the country’s status quo, it also becomes harder for them to focus on the positive movements happenin… more »

06/04/10

Permalink 01:20:25 pm, by Skillachi
Categories: Politics, Culture, Commentary

Jamaica... the Backward society (Part 2)

As I said in the first part of this topic, I think Jamaica is pretty much devolving instead of evolving (note the word devolve may or may not be made up). It seems that for some strange reason we just dont believe in ourselves enough to think we can prog… more »

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Sister Mary Margaret

SISTER MARGARET MARY, WHO WORKS FOR A LOCAL HOME HEALTH AGENCY WAS OUT MAKING HER ROUNDS WHEN SHE RAN OUT OF GAS.

AS LUCK WOULD HAVE IT A GAS STATION WAS JUST A BLOCK AWAY.

SHE WALKED TO THE STATION TO BORROW A CAN OF GAS TO START & THEN DRIVE TO THE STATION FOR A FILL UP.

THE ATTENDANT REGRETFULLY TOLD HER THE ONLY GAS CAN HE OWNED HAD BEEN LOANED OUT BUT IF SHE WOULD WAIT, IT WAS SURE TO BE BACK SHORTLY.

SINCE THE NUN ! WAS ON THE WAY TO SEE A PATIENT SHE DECIDED NOT TO WAIT & SHE WALKED BACK TO THE CAR. AFTER LOOKING FOR SOMETHING TO FILL WITH GAS, SHE SPOTTED A BEDPAN SHE WAS TAKING TO THE PATIENT.

ALWAYS RESOURCEFUL, SHE CARRIED IT TO THE STATION & FILLED IT WITH GASOLINE, & CARRIED IT TO HER CAR.

AS SHE WAS POURING THE GAS INTO THE TANK, TWO MEN WERE WATCHING FROM ACROSS THE STREET. ONE OF THEM TURNED TO THE OTHER & SAID, "IF IT STARTS, I'M TURNING CATHOLIC".

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