Top 10 Jamaican Pick-up Lines

Sunday, February, 10 2019    

Jamaican men are notorious for their “lyrics”, swagger and confidence. When it comes to matters of the heart our men are not shy to make their feelings known. Even when the lady who is being pursued is not interested, their pick-up lines will stop you in your tracks. Read More

Cocktails With...Shenseea Feb 10

Sunday, February, 10 2019    

Chinsea 'Shenseea' Lee is definitely one “trending gyal”! The hot hot hot dancehall recording artiste is a veritable hitmaker and can block traffic wherever she goes. On the topic of love, she speaks about her manager beau Romeich Major... Read More

Lovers' Leap & Embracing the Transient

Didi Beck | Sunday, February, 10 2019    

Romeo and Juliet. Tristan and Isolde. Mizzy and Tunkey: clandestine lovers who jumped at 1,700 feet. The legend takes us to the lush mountains of St Elizabeth in the 18th century... Read More

My Kingston — Romeich Major

Sunday, February, 10 2019    

While in Milan, Style Observer (SO) asked Romeich Entertainment principal Romeich Major 10 things that come to mind when he ponders love. Here is what he had to say.1 Shenseea2 Friendship Read More

Unique Yanique's Pamper Oasis

Saturday, February, 9 2019    

Arecent midday jaunt over the causeway found Under the Dryer (UTD) inside the Polished by Unique Yanique pamper oasis. Just over a year ago, on December 1, 2017, nail technician Yanique McKoy opened Polished by Unique Yanique. The full-service salon... Read More

On A Roll

Thursday, February, 7 2019    

For the past few weeks Instagram stories from the Second City have been blowing up with the spectacle of Stir-Fried Ice Cream (also known as Rolled Ice Cream) being made. This wave of interest in this sweetened frozen dessert caught our attention. Our... Read More

The Change-Up

Thursday, February, 7 2019    

“Oh no! Not this again !” That's often the groan from your family as you go into prep mode for dinner. A routine of roast chicken on Sunday, curry chicken on Friday, plus chicken soup on Saturday, while healthy and economical, can be just... Read More

Just Announced: Jamaica Rum Festival

Thursday, February, 7 2019    

In keeping with Jamaica being marketed as a hub for gastronomy, it was announced on Wednesday that Kingston will host the inaugural Jamaica Rum Festival. The Jamaica Rum Festival, presented by Appleton Estate in partnership with the Jamaica Tourist Board and the Tourism Enhancement Fund,... Read More

Cocktail City: Cocktailian Culture

with Debbian Spence-Minott | Thursday, February, 7 2019    

As we indicated in our inaugural Cocktail City article, the first definition of the term cocktail appeared in 1806: 'stimulating liquor composed of spirits of any kind, sugar, water and bitter'. Cocktailians like Jerry Thomas (known as the founding father of American mixology and the... Read More

Know The Role Of Your Pest Control Operator

Marshalee Valentine | Thursday, February, 7 2019    

A few weeks ago we covered the importance of having a strict pest control programme, both in your home and your food establishment. However, while visiting a client this week and going over their pest control programme, I realised that there are many business operators who have... Read More

Table 12 at Broken Plate

Thursday, February, 7 2019    

Since opening on May 14 last year, Broken Plate has enjoyed a reputation of having creative and regularly changing menus. On Tuesday, January 29, the restaurant's co-principals, Damion Stewart and Kwasi Henry, hosted the second iteration of its Table 12 series. The experimental dinner... Read More

Melissa Chang-Ferdinand’s 40th Birthday

Wednesday, February, 6 2019    

At the weekend Montego Bay businesswoman and principal of Hummingbird Coffee House Melissa Chang-Ferdinand was thrown a 40th birthday bash by her Tryall Club director of club operations husband Richard Ferdinand. Eighty guests comprising friends and family gathered at... Read More

Pillow Talk

Sunday, February, 3 2019    

When was the last time you changed your pillow? If you honestly can't remember, then it's time to toss the ones on your bed out. Seriously. If you're stacking, folding or scrunching up your pillow at night, that's a sign that they desperately need to be changed. Fun fact: regular pillows... Read More

Rest & Retreat: Using Chromotherapy in the Home

Sunday, February, 3 2019    

Chromotherapy aka colour therapy is a holistic school of thought based on Ayurvedic principles — India's 5,000-year-old traditional medicine practice. Colour therapy states that each colour has healing energies and can induce sleep, stimulate creativity, emotions, creative thought... Read More

Cocktails With Kaysilyn Lawson

Sunday, February, 3 2019    

Hailing from Montego Bay Kaysilyn Lawson has for the past 11 years called NYC home, where she has worked in the restaurant industry. Energy and passion are hallmarks of her personality and this has endeared her to a number of restaurateurs including the Miss Lily's proprietors and former... Read More


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