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Ones To Watch... Finance

Sunday, January, 7 2018    

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Ones to Watch... Alexander Wong

Sunday, January, 7 2018    

The National YoungArts Foundation (YoungArts) was established in 1981 by Lin and Ted Arison. YoungArts' signature program is an application-based award for emerging artists ages 15–18 or in grades 10–12 from across the United States. Selected through a blind adjudication process... Read More

Ones to Watch... Shelly-Ann Curran

Sunday, January, 7 2018    

D Street Media Group is adding John John Entertainment Group to its portfolio by coming in as an equity partner to help the music management company expand into overall talent management to include actors, directors, writers, producers and product placement for D Street's film and... Read More

Ones to Watch... Red Stripe Turns 100

Sunday, January, 7 2018    

What to do come June 2018 when D&G Limited aka Red Stripe celebrates its 100th anniversary? Lots! Celebrations commence later this month on a nostalgic journey and will culminate with the future of the company … the next 100 years. Plus, Red Stripers will be under the spotlight. Read More

Ones to Watch... Lisa and Chris Binns

Sunday, January, 7 2018    

Lisa and Chris Binns, the co-principals of the acclaimed Table Talk Food Awards-winning Stush in the Bush oasis in St Ann, are adding a decadently delish new option. How does Stush in the Bush Barbados grab you? Read More

Ones to Watch... Art

BY DR VEERLE POUPEYE | Sunday, January, 7 2018    

On the international scene, 2017 was a year of jaw-dropping auction records. The top story was of course the record auction of the Salvator Mundi painting attributed to Leonardo da Vinci at Christie's, sold for US$ 400 million plus US$ 50 million in fees, more than doubling the previous... Read More

Gardening — January 7

Sunday, January, 7 2018    

 Dear Orchid Doc;I purchased the Sunday Observer for the first time last weekend, saw your column and was pleasantly surprised. Read More

Kitchen Talk 2018

Saturday, January, 6 2018    

Welcome to 2018. There's lots to celebrate this year and no better place to start really than in the kitchen with our beloved chefs. Thursday Food asked a few of our favourite men who cook to divulge the ingredient/s that they'll be making the most use of this year. Read More

Plastic surgery? Yes, but consider this too

Saturday, January, 6 2018    

Everybody wants to look good; that is a fact. Social media's influence has been so strong and intrusive that privacy is arguably an ideological relic. As a result, a wide array of beauty soultions, including the now-burgeoning practice of invasive cosmetic surgeries, is being offered... Read More

Frenchmen Climax

Saturday, January, 6 2018    

The milestone 25th anniversary staging of Frenchmen Climax was a no holds barred affair. Frenchmen co-principals Tony Campbell, Ian Wong and Dr Michael Banbury, in collaboration with Novelty Party Rentals Ltd, pulled out all stops in keeping with the event's standard for creating an... Read More

Eating Down South: The Panama Experience

Thursday, January, 4 2018    

The initial thought when Panama comes to mind is its inter-oceanic canal and a place where the informal commercial importers, traditionally referred to as higglers, would once frequent. Today, Panama has outgrown those stereotypical notions and is now known as one of the top destinations... Read More

Looking Back At 2017

with Christopher Reckord | Thursday, January, 4 2018    

Last year saw the interest in wine continue to grow here in Jamaica. New wine-centric establishments were opened while others expanded. Accurate and up-to-date wine consumption information and total wine importation numbers are hard to come by so I tend to look at international surveys... Read More

Royale New Year's Eve

Thursday, January, 4 2018    

'Celebrating your nobility with cuisines of royal influence from around the world' was the New Year's Eve promise of co-hosts Ruth Hussey, managing director of the Terra Nova All-Suite Hotel, and her granddaughter Christelle Harris. Retained to handle the culinary obligations was the... Read More

Vows: #happilyeverFolkes

Monday, January, 1 2018    

A love story 12 years in the making got its picture-perfect ending as Keisha Demetrius, banker at National Commerical Bank May Pen, and Dain Folkes, her co-worker at the Old Harbour branch, wed on Sunday, December 17, 2017 at Lover's Leap, St Elizabeth. Vows... Read More



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