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Two Jamaican Icons and A Lifetime of Service


Two Jamaicans, one in the political sphere and the other a radio personality, will ‘almost’ close out their innings in the public arena … and they will leave a gap that can never be filled – at least, not in our lifetime. Continue reading

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Gender Sexuality and the Male Psyche


Has society and our/my insecurities robbed us/me of my humanity to be able to compliment someone – yes a man and a stranger – on his attire? Continue reading

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Transcending Christmas


He laid on his back and twisted one way, then the next … struggling to find a seemingly comfortable position amidst the dirt and gravel that was part of his ‘work station’. A scrawny looking fellow, with gray hairs at … Continue reading

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Small Tribute to the Prof Aggrey Brown


This provides an interesting insight into the impact that Prof. Aggrey Brown had on his students

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HELP! He’s invading my space!


Has anyone ever invaded your space? That sacred circumference around your person that you occupy! That place where you only allow loved ones and close friends to enter! Someone did that to me yesterday at a bank; in the line … Continue reading

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‘Bleaching’, Tattoos and the Jamaican Psyche


I watched a music video on a local station last evening and was a little disturbed that the popular artiste was adorned with chains that are reminiscent of the decadent days of slavery. I kept wondering whether he knows that … Continue reading

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How will YOU be remembered?


The Week that was … in Jamaica: Highlights (for me) included: • Bobby Montague compared HPM Holness to Jesus; when he (at age 12) confronted the men in the temple. Bobby!!!! *screaming* • Sharon Hay-Webster crossed the floor over to … Continue reading

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