The Bob Marley Museum and One Love Cafe at 56 Hope Road Kingston reopened its gates and doors on Monday, December 29.   The tourist attraction and home of reggae legend, Robert Nesta Marley, was temporarily closed...
When travelling to the Caribbean there's only one thing that comes to mind, Beaches and Nightlife. Let's visit Jamaica to check out one of the popular hot spots in Portmore City. Famous Nightclub offers a one...
By contributing writer 1. Nahele 2. Euphoric 3. Unleashed 4. Leh WE go Sleek 5. Lijuan-Digicel NAHELE Nahele, sponsored by Pure Country, is my most favorite costume of 2015. Not only is the design different from most front-line costumes, but I also...
The large, creaky, colonial-era wooden house on Hope Rd, where Bob Marley lived and recorded from 1975 until his death in 1981, is the city’s most-visited site. Today the house functions as a tourist attraction,...
‘What is the greatest contribution your nation has given to the world’? This was the question suggested by followers on Facebook to Miss Universe 2015 contestants. For scholars and practitioners of nation brand, this is...
Thousands of Dominicans woke up stateless on Monday, after the deadline expired for people born to undocumented parents to apply for migrant permits under a widely criticized 2014 law, according to human rights watchdog Amnesty...
What was once a heaven for Canadian tourists may soon be invaded by our neighbors to the south. On Wednesday, U.S. President Barack Obama announced plans to re-establish diplomatic ties with Cuba, ending decades of isolationist...
The US-based National Oceanic Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) is predicting six to 11 named storms for the 2015 Atlantic hurricane season even as regional disaster officials warned Caribbean countries not to become complacent. NOAA said of the...
Recently I saw a post on social media saying Jamaica is ranked second poorest nation in the Caribbean. While that isn’t much of a surprise since this nation under the PNP hasn’t been able to muster...
A few weeks ago, Hamilton College senior Arthur Williams received an unexpected phone call from the White House. His entrepreneurship research in Cuba was of interest to the President's speech writing team, who consulted with Williams...