January 26, 2016
When offered a beer, accept it even if it’s not “your brand”. Your favourite brand of beer is “free”. Your second favourite is “cold”. Player 1 belongs to whoever owns the console. Shotgun is a responsibility, not a privilege. If you are sitting up...
January 04, 2016
Sugar Cane was first shipped from Haiti to Jamaica around 1509. Though sweet on the taste buds it is mostly known for its part in slavery. Today it is still an export crop and is a tasty snack for many Jamaicans. Bananas – was first introduced here in 1520 by the Spanish. Today, the...
December 17, 2015
Ever scratched your head and wonder what some words your elders use mean? Many were once commonplace. But used today they throw off the conversation. Here are ten words that were part of our lexicon that are not so common anymore! Brinks When we say brinks, we don’t mean the security firm...
November 27, 2015
Jamaica was the first country in the Western hemisphere to establish a post office, on October 31, 1671 in St. Jago de la Vega (Spanish Town). It was called the Postal Corporation of Jamaica. Though not a popular sport for the masses, golf has historic proportions in our Manchester Golf...
November 20, 2015
Once the wickedest and richest city on earth, Port Royal is now a quiet, little fishing village near Kingston’s airport. You can tour the tiny streets, enjoy great seafood, and immerse yourself into a rich natural, historical and cultural environment.  Here are 5 little known facts about...