Peter Tosh Pioneer Awardee

CanEx 2017, before its opening, announced the launch of the “Pioneer Award”. An award created to recognise those who played a pioneering role in establishing and enhancing Jamaica’s reputation as an international cannabis culture capital! The CanEx Jamaica – Business Conference & Expo was held on Friday, September 1, 2017 in Montego Bay, Jamaica. The conference, expo and job fair sought to bring together high-level … Continue reading Peter Tosh Pioneer Awardee

Live the Unexplored Luxury of Cancun

PALLADIUM HOTEL GROUP OFFERS THE CHANCE TO “LIVE THE UNEXPLORED LUXURY OF CANCUN” WITH THE LAUNCH OF TWO LUXURY PROPERTIES; ‘GRAND PALLADIUM COSTA MUJERES RESORT & SPA’ AND ‘TRS CORAL HOTEL’ Palladium Hotel Group’s newest addition to its portfolio of luxury five-star accommodations will introduce a brand new development to the northeast of Mexico’s Yucatan Peninsula. Set to open in autumn 2018, the project will … Continue reading Live the Unexplored Luxury of Cancun

The One & Only… DJ Courtney

In everyone’s life, there is always that one person who can affect your whole mood or reset your day with just one touch. When DJ Courtney puts his hand to the music he does just that. Courtney can transform the dullest of spaces and places in minutes with the pulsating selection he plays. Beyond the impressive collection of tracks from the 70s, 80s and 90s … Continue reading The One & Only… DJ Courtney

Trisha Williams-Singh: The Children’s Champion

Our October Cover Star, Trisha Williams-Singh, Chairman of the Early Childhood Commission, shares on the importance of early childhood education, the work of the commission, family, life and more…. PANACHE: What is the Early Childhood Commission (ECC)? Trisha Williams-Singh (TWS): The Early Childhood Commission (ECC) is the regulatory body for the early childhood sector in Jamaica and was created by an Act of Parliament, the … Continue reading Trisha Williams-Singh: The Children’s Champion

Humayun’s Tomb – Poetry etched in red stone

By Amitabh Sharma Tucked behind a façade of thick stone walls, lies Humayun’s Tomb, a magnificent structure in red stone, pathway to which is lined with trees, in the midst sprawling manicured lawns, the structure that unfolds before the eyes is one that a visitor can’t help but see the semblance to India’s most recognizable and iconic landmarks – the Taj Mahal. A jewel in … Continue reading Humayun’s Tomb – Poetry etched in red stone


Explore beneath the surface of Grenada’s pristine blue waters during the first ever Pure Dive Fest taking place from October 11 –14. From free beach dives and beginner lessons to charity dives and a closing party, this four-day festival appeals to divers, visitors and spectators wishing to support Grenada’s diving industry. In addition to the robust schedule of activities, the event is also designed to … Continue reading DIVE RIGHT IN TO GRENADA’S ‘PURE DIVE FEST 2017’

Frame of Reference: Colour Grading To Perfection

The Frame of Reference team underwent a two-day colour training with Colourist Alexis Van Hurkman in order to gain a broader knowledge of colour grading as well as to sharpen their skills. Alexis has graded features and shorts that have played at the Telluride and Sundance Film Festivals. He is the author of software documentation for DaVinci Resolve and the author of The Colour Correction … Continue reading Frame of Reference: Colour Grading To Perfection