jamaica (52)


By: Claire Sibonney

It’s not just tourists who are embracing this contemporary approach, but also Jamaicans who appreciate new presentations of local ingredients, according to Kingston-born sisters, chefs/cookbook authors and TV personalities Michel

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By: Claudia Gardner - Dancehallmag.com

The Rolling Stones’ Mick Jagger, who was closely associated with Reggae legend Peter Tosh, seems up to some musical works in Port Antonio, the cradle of Jamaica’s tourism and a stomping ground for music and Ho

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Jamaica is traditionally described as the “land of wood and water,” but that description would be more accurate, as the “the land of wood, water and music.”

Music, and dance, have been a part of Jamaica’s history dating back to slavery—serving as ex

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