What does Apple & JamaicanEats have in Common?

If your answers to the headline above is that they both deal with food, I will allow US Vice President, Joe Biden to respond to your glibness. If however, you are one of those persons who have a keen following for the world’s most admired company, and anticipate what new wonder product they will be […]
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Her Excellency Audrey Marks Launches a New USA Diplomatic Era

Jamaica’s Permanent representative to the Organization of American States (OAS) Her Excellency, Ambassador Audrey Marks, reaffirming that security threats can no longer be viewed only in terms of armed conflict, argued that the OAS must continue to emphasize the multidimensional approach to security in the Americas. This approach, the Ambassador says, must encompass economic, social, […]
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What’s Wrong With Making Money off the Dons?

A wanna-be normalcy is attempting settlement in Jamaica after hurricane violence swept through Tivoli Gardens. I spoke with a friend over the week-end who went to Coronation market and saw the growing measure of “normal” transactions returning. But can emotional and physical scars heal that quickly? How do you conquer fear, and rebuild a new […]
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From Cool Runnings – You also can be a Champion!

Have you ever been in a vehicle and another vehicle comes aside you, moving in the opposite direction. You get the sensation that your vehicle is moving to the point that you instinctively press hard on the brakes? Why would one react as such a manner? How does our brains and bodies interact to produce […]
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What is the Recipe for a Great Jamaica?

Jamaica is at a monumental crossroads. This has placed my thinking into overdrive. What makes a nation great? What is the life blood of a country? Who and where are the cultural gatekeepers? What would a cultural counter insurgency look like to reverse the rot? These questions have been ruminating in my mind as I […]
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We are all involved in restoring brand Jamaica

The headline of the news story was stunning! Grenadians threaten to give police a “taste of Jamaica” This hit me like a punch below the belt. How dare they! Foreign tugs are leveraging a horrific incidence and stealing our language for their despicable ends. We need to defend and maintain the specialness of our traditions. […]
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