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Urban Meets Urbane

Sunday, November, 12 2017    

The MoDa Series, the annual triple 'treat' of MoDA Magazine , MoDA Market bazaar, and The Collection MoDA runway show, doled out by its director and founder Kerry-Ann Clarke, the retailer behind The Rock's luxe concept shop... Read More

Cocktails With... Shelly-Ann Curran

Sunday, November, 12 2017    

One would be dangerously mistaken to judge Shelly-Ann Curran solely by her diminutive stature. Short, yes; but, a tall order of grit, passion and forthrightness. The former corporate executive-turned-integrated marketing and communications consultant and talent manager... Read More

My Kingston - Stephen Price

Sunday, November, 12 2017    

What are your earliest memories of Kingston? Read More

Dear Orchid Doc - november 12

Sunday, November, 12 2017    

Dear Orchid Doc: Read More

Glimmer N' Gloss Up!

Saturday, November, 11 2017    

Whether it is an evening out, a wedding, a graduation or that special date you've been counting down on the calendar, everyone loves to look fab. With the prevalence of make-up in the beauty sphere and with trending DIY make-up tutorials bombarding the Internet, many ... Read More

'Magnet-ficent' Lashes

Saturday, November, 11 2017    

Full, long, thick, fluttering lashes will never get old in the world of beauty. When mascara can't get the job done, artificial lashes and lash extensions compensate. Although many Under the Dryer (UTD ) readers love the volume that artificial lashes or... Read More

VIDEO: First at the Table

Thursday, November, 9 2017    

For the opening salvo of the three-day epicurean event mounted by Caribbean Producers Jamaica and held at Round Hill Hotel and Villas — Infiniti Indulgence — the hotel's award-winning executive chef Martin Maginley and caterer Christina Simonitsch presented... Read More

The Great Escape

Thursday, November, 9 2017    

What seemed an atypical lunch date between Caribbean Producers Jamaica (CPJ) Commercial Director Rhys Campbell and Round Hill Hotel and Villas Food and Beverage Director Hillary Stewart sparked a buoyant exchange of ideas that led to the conceptual shape of an epicurean... Read More

Piqued at Picante!

Thursday, November, 9 2017    

Night four of the Jamaica Food & Drink Festival, dubbed Picante, was an apt dedication to 'hot, zesty flavour', held at The Ruins, the Mona Visitors' Lodge two Fridays ago. Read More

The Last Hurrah!

Thursday, November, 9 2017    

All good things must, alas, come to an end! Even at the cashmere-chic Round Hill Hotel & Villas. And guests, after a six-course pairing that closed with desserts and non-stop partying till the wee hours of Sunday morning enjoyed a leisurely farewell brunch later... Read More

Laying the 'Foundation'

Tuesday, November, 7 2017    

With the theme, 'Hands and Hearts for Youth' the JCC Sameer Younis Foundation hosted black-tie guests at the Jamaica Pegasus hotel, Saturday last, in support of the 36th annual Grand Charity Ball. Sporting elegant, floor-grazing hemlines and sharp tuxedos, the attendees settled in for a... Read More

Vows: Our Love Was Meant To Be

Monday, November, 6 2017    

Friday, July 7, 2017 was the day chosen by family nurse practitioner Sandra Edwards and project manager Ricardo McLean to exchange wedding vows on the lawns of Trident Castle in Port Antonio. Vows brings you the magical... Read More

AW Fashion: RMS DESIGNS

Monday, November, 6 2017    

Fashion designer Rashel-Lee Smith got her baptism in fashion very early in life. “I was around three or four,' she tells All Woman Fashion (AWF). “I had tons of dolls, but dressing them up was always my favourite part.” This, along... Read More

The West India Table

Sunday, November, 5 2017    

“The interesting thing about dining in Jamaica and across the Caribbean is that across all spectrums of society — harkening back into colonialism — we consume all the same ingredients. In the past and today the method of preparation usually differed based on the... Read More

The West India Table - Part 2

Sunday, November, 5 2017    

“The Vegetables and Greens stage of the brunch was a recognition that, since the 18th century, fruits and vegetables were, and still are, consumed, grown, bartered, traded and gifted all across the island by people from all walks of life. So, whether on a plantation in the... Read More



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