Judith Falloon-Reid journeyed to the world’s southernmost continent, created a film about it, and continued thriving. Her intellect knows no bounds. She pushes past barriers and sets new standards. That is just who Judith Falloon-Reid is. We all can learn from her indomitable spirit.
Everyone should get to know two stories when thinking about Negril, Jamaica. One is the story of the beautiful sand and the time at the hotels and attractions connected to it. The other is of the lives of Negril people, constantly carved out in some way by the tourism industry. One People is a film that ‘speaks’ the truth about both.
The Best School Band Competition in Jamaica inspired the next generation of musicians. The battle was fierce, and each school brought their ‘A-Game’ and left everything on the stage.
Rummaz Bar is a newly launched bar located on West End in Negril. The bar’s owner is Geena Whyte is a former model. Rummaz Bar will feature some of the world’s finest world famous rum selections.
Check out the last in JCDCs free workshop series on March 18th, 2022. Their final workshop is a Graphic Design and Photography event.
The JCDC extended the deadline for entrants to the Jamaica Festival Song Competition to March 18th, 2022. This year’s competition is part of a special Diamond Jubilee series of memorable events for Jamaica 60 Independence celebrations.
We leave a lasting legacy when we devote ourselves to helping others and making sure they are well taken care of. Denroy Morgan’s legacy will be passed down through the generations. As a source of comfort, his music will live on in our memories.
The long awaited final of Echoes of Sound System saw Kush International and Ruff Cut going to war musically to see who would be crowned the champion sound. At the end of the sound war, Ruff Cut sound emerged winners.
A 35-piece orchestra has never been staged before in Jamaica until now. Gracing the stage with this orchestra is international reggae artist Sizzla. Reggae month 2022 has set the bar with this epic performance that will live on for years to come.
Many times your favourite personality within the creative sector experiences stages of spiritual, emotional and physical unwellness. The public does not get exposed to this side of the personality, because most times “the show must go on”.