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From left: Patrick Earle, Tamara Noel, Jesse Golding and Henry Miller in Rex Nettleford’s ‘Drumscore’ (1979).

It is astonishing that the small island of Jamaica offers such a big array of resort areas, each one with its own unique charm. Both north and south coast resort areas lavish in trademark luxuries to varying degrees – pristine beaches, romantic...

We celebrate independence day to recognise our nation’s liberation from foreign rule. However, does independence of a nation free every individual? We may be free in many ways, but are we mentally and emotionally free? Let us understand this. There...

OpenAI – one of the world’s leading artificial intelligence research laboratories – released the text generator ChatGPT and the image generator DALL-E 2. While both programmes represent monumental leaps in natural language processing and image...

Years come and go. Every January 1, we all celebrate and wish each other a happy New Year, with heartfelt blessings, but that new year doesn’t remain happy – sometimes even after the first week. Sometimes the first day of the new year brings...

BRASILIA (AP): The horde of rioters who invaded government buildings on January 8, in an attack on Brazil’s democracy, left behind a trail of destruction whose full scope is only now coming into full view. Following a painstaking survey of the...

Dogtown, by Howard Owens (Permanent Press) Willie Black is a multi-racial, 60-year-old reporter who covers the night-cops beat for a dying Richmond, Virginia newspaper. He smokes, drinks, and falls in love too much, knows the sleazy side of his...

Achuum! Achuum! So went my horrible cold. Days and days of coughing, sneezing, miserable fevers and, after all this, my nose seemed to have the need to bleed, because I could not help blowing. In class, I was scorned because of all these symptoms....

Usain Bolt, before his successful exploits of winning the 100 and 200 metres at 2012 London Olympics, was motivated by a desire to become a legend. Upon becoming the first double gold medallist in these events, and having gained the world records...

Global coffee consumption has been increasing steadily for almost 30 years. With a daily average consumption of 2.7 cups of coffee per person, coffee is now Canada’s most popular drink. It is estimated that around two billion cups of coffee are...
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