Monthly Archives: September 2012

St Dorothy’s Cemetery

Last Saturday I visited a local church cemetery 2 miles from my home town Old Harbour, Jamaica to see the tombs of my 2 aunts and an uncle. The visit turned into a spiritual journey down memory lane. The cemetery … Continue reading

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UWI vs UTECH Clash

Yesterday a couple of my mates and I visited the Mona grounds of the University of the West Indies (UWI) for the annual sporting clash against their nearby rivals University of Technology. The one day of sporting events is a … Continue reading

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Jamaican Radio – Nuff Talk

The last time I looked Jamaica had over 20 radio stations on the FM band. That is roughly 1 radio station per 125,000 Jamaicans and most are driven by one genre of radio. Speech radio. Talk radio has been developing … Continue reading

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Tutu is Right about Blair

Archbishop Desmond Tutu is right not to share a platform with Tony Blair at a conference in South Africa on leadership.  The Archbishop argued that former UK Prime Minister Blair and US President George W Bush had lied to get … Continue reading

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