Tag Archives: Kingston

Team Tessanne Chin


What a support! Halfway Tree, Kingston, was packed full of supporters for Tessanne Chin, who is The Voice. Absolutely amazing, it was epic and after they heard she won the crowd erupted! Oh man, proud Jamaican woman dis :). Advertisements

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Wi Likkle but Wi Tallawah


I am so proud to be a Jamaican. Our girl Tessanne Chin wins The Voice. Congratulations!

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It’s a Beautiful Day!


Come, tell mi wat’s your day like? Hope Gardens, Kingston.

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Sunbeam Children’s Home


Weekly Photo Challenge: Celebration  I came across this wonderful story in the paper this morning and decided to share it with you all. It is very touching to know that Jamaica’s youth are using the arts to channel their emotions … Continue reading

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Jamaica Family Fest 2011


“I am a Jamaican cordially invites YOU to the second staging of JAMAICA FAMILY FEST. This is a family fest — which is a family festival and expo – specifically geared towards restoration re-building and re-bonding of families across Jamaica. The … Continue reading

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Papine High School


It’s summer time here in Jam Rock and Papine High School came out full blast. Papine High School’s Summer Programme is being held to promote self-esteem, social skills, and intelligence among other things. This keeps students engaged, instead of may be sitting home … Continue reading

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Devon House


Devon House was built by George Stiebel, Jamaica’s first black millionaire, and was declared a national monument in 1990. The area was known as “Millionaire’s Corner” at Trafalgar and Hope Road. Devon House is a historical site and now serves as … Continue reading

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