Calabash’s Lit Up!

The Calabash International Literary Festival was founded in 2001 by three Jamaicans the novelist Colin Channer, the poet Kwame Dawes and the producer Justine Henzell. Their aim was simple—to create a world-class literary festival with roots in Jamaica and branches reaching out into the wider world. Photo: PHILIP VOLKERS, Conde Naste Traveller A three-day festival of readings and music with other forms of storytelling folded in … Continue reading Calabash’s Lit Up!

Deep in the Wood Work with Tamara Harding

Trees sprout up from the earth- fed by the soil, maintained by water, and given energy from sunlight. They expand- extending toward the clouds, stretching branches and digging roots deep and wide. Development and a myriad of human ventures see many trees being cut. But isn’t it a wonderful thought that somehow we can keep these trees in our spaces after they are cut? So … Continue reading Deep in the Wood Work with Tamara Harding

Capturing The Jamaican Culture (Shot By Deth)

To quote words from the most prolific dancehall artist of the 21st century, Vybz Kartel “Dancehall a mi everything”, is a sentiment shared by many both locally and internationally. Within the dancehall sphere, many jobs and opportunities are created, but being able to capture an image of a particular time or occurrence could shift the way we view the dancehall industry or even the Jamaican … Continue reading Capturing The Jamaican Culture (Shot By Deth)

Khreations Jewelry

Dominican-born twenty-year-old Yaena Eugene, moved to Kingston Jamaica to pursue a bachelor’s degree in visual art at Edna Manley school of visual and performing arts. With her strong Caribbean heritage, Yaena is truly a young millennial in the jewelry game. Though just at the young age of twenty, Yaena is a self- thought jewelry designer and she have mastered her skills over the years. Seamlessly coiled … Continue reading Khreations Jewelry