Author: Tanya Batson-Savage

Engage, Arts and Architecture, Community, Jamaica

Inner-city art in Kingston

The shell of the old Toyota warehouse at 41 Fleet Street is a ghost from a bygone era. But concrete skeletons are nothing rare in downtown...

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Arrive, Music, Arts and Architecture, Food and Cuisine, Jamaica

Kingston beat

Discover Kingston, Jamaica Get down with downtown Downtown Kingston is one of the neighbourhoods visitors are often urged to avoid. Yet...

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Embark, Music, Literature, Festivals and Events, Travel, St. Lucia, Jamaica

Word of mouth (May/June 2016)

Jazz for the people Laura Dowrich on how St Lucia Jazz, celebrating its twenty-fifth anniversary, brings artists and audiences close...

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Engage, Music, Community, Jamaica

Alpha plus: Jamaica’s Alpha Boys School

It’s a hot day in February as I drive up Mountain View Avenue in Kingston. The foothills of the Blue Mountains are dotted with patches of...

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Immerse, Culture, Theatre and Dance, Arts, Jamaica

Neila Ebanks: no boundaries

Neila Ebanks’s forearm is a clue to her personality. It bears the tattooed words “integrity is freedom,” an open reminder of a...

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Immerse, Culture, Film and Television, People, Jamaica

Esther Anderson: “They said I’d snubbed Hollywood”

I was born in St Mary Parish — Highgate. I have a sister, four brothers, and other half-brothers and -sisters — my father’s children....

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Culture, People, Jamaica

Joy Spence: “There’s so much artistry to it”

To become a master blender, you should have great sensory skills. It’s the perfect combination of art and science — you never, ever...

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