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Weeknights Made Easy: Sheet Pan Dinners

Thursday, September, 5 2019    

With school back in session, parents of school-aged kids are back to juggling homework, pick-ups, extra-curriculars and of course, their own work. Not to mention, the drama that is resetting the kids' body clocks after three months of sleeping-in. Whew. For those... Read More

Pliť for the Arts thrills again

Monday, September, 2 2019    

There was a global dance invasion in Kingston at the weekend as dancers from Russia, Cuba, Germany, Sweden, China, Guyana, Australia, Kazakhstan, and the US joined those from The Rock for Pliť for the Arts 2019. Under the theme Amalgamation, the audience at each performance was thrilled... Read More

Vows - I Love You

Monday, September, 2 2019    

Toronto District School Board teacher Sam Katsuras and Canada Life Financial Executive Assistant Lianne Wright are still basking in the aftermath of their nuptials that took place on Sunday, July 7, at Borghinvilla, Discovery Bay, witnessed by 80 guests. Read More

Stone's Throw

Sunday, September, 1 2019    

When asked to design a 4,400-sq ft house in Salt Hill, to be constructed on a site comprising of three acres of sloping land, all I could think of were the many obstacles that we would face transporting lumber, cement, steel and other building materials up a steep pothole-filled narrow... Read More

SO 2&3

Sunday, September, 1 2019    

Much like other fashion statements that have taken flight, the Heineken Jamaica team brought the bow tie to the fore on Wednesday last at Cellar 8 with the fourth staging of the #InternationalBowTieDay mixer. Hors d'oeuvres from the kitchen that sated appetites were paired with a seemingly... Read More

My Kingston - Jeremiah Knight

Sunday, September, 1 2019    

When did your posting in Kingston begin?In October 2017.†Tell us about growing up in Connecticut. Read More

Cocktails With Asanyah Davidson

Sunday, September, 1 2019    

Asanyah Davidson hails from Baillieston, Clarendon and has been the chairperson of the Miami Fashion Institute at Miami Dade College for three years come October. She's happily vegan, loves a good G&T and extols the virtue of travel. SO catches up with Davidson at her office whilst... Read More

How to Grow Orchids From Cuttings

Sunday, September, 1 2019    

T he orchid family Orchidaceae is a huge group that features epiphytic, lithophytic and terrestrial members. Although most orchids won't grow from cuttings, some members of the Dendrobium genus will produce new plants from stem cuttings. The Noble... Read More

Fresh Cuts @ ShearHolders

Saturday, August, 31 2019    

Your Under The Dryer (UTD) team hit the streets a week ago. The destination was ShearHolders barbershop, located at 11 Ardenne Road, which has been in operation for five years. Principal and lead barber Tevani Smith has been in the business for eight... Read More

Riding Riding

Thursday, August, 29 2019    

Since its inception in 2016, New Wave has consistently produced intriguing event series that appeal to Kingston's creative set. The evening of August 19 was no different. Read More

Bowl them Over: Saturday Soups with Butcher Block

Thursday, August, 29 2019    

As Sunday roast is to the UK, so Saturday soup is to Jamaica. It's one of those meals that you anticipate having each week, and although you may be going out for dinner, you most likely are going to get that Saturday soup in for lunch. Red peas, beef and pumpkin, and chicken soups are... Read More

Back-To-School Food Safety Tips

Thursday, August, 29 2019    

The long summer vacation is drawing to a close, which means a new school term is about to begin. While pre-teens and teenagers will most likely be purchasing their daily meals at the pantry/tuck shop, toddlers will require daily snack packs and lunch dishes. Necessary steps must be taken... Read More

Kingston Creative Puts Us in the Mood for Food

Thursday, August, 29 2019    

It's normal for downtown Kingston to be sleepy on a Sunday morning. However, on August 25 the streets were electrified as another Kingston Creative artwalk took place. Leave it to cultural curator and creative director of Kingston Creative Andrea Dempster-Chung to think of yet another... Read More

Food Vending Permit Proposed — KSAMC stakeholders meet with mobile food vendors

Thursday, August, 29 2019    

Kingston & St Andrew Municipal Corporation (KSAMC) Commercial Services committee chairman Councillor Duane Smith, in a meeting with Corporate Area mobile food vendors on Friday, August 23, reassured stakeholders that the regulatory initiative being rolled out “is not meant to... Read More

Level Up your Baking with NTD Ingredients

Thursday, August, 29 2019    

For those with a sweet tooth, scrolling through Instagram late at night can be tantamount to torture. Post after post of tantalising cakes and pastries could easily make some of us get out of bed and turn on the oven. Read More



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