Jamaica Gleaner
Published: Sunday | November 11, 2012
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From trash to treasure
The idiom 'One man's junk is another man's treasure' fits perfectly on artists Charl Baker and Mazola Ma Mwashighadi, who are transforming discarded items into artefacts and pieces for everyday use.

Introducing Astro Saulter - Digital painter mounts first exhibition
On Saturday, July 14, in an article called 'Negril man paints with his head', The Gleaner told the story of how 34-year-old Astro Saulter, who is stricken with cerebral palsy, uses his head to paint digital pictures.

Engineer, artist releases anthology
Talented St Catherine-born artiste Harold Degado 'Spolly' Napier has now written a book and disc of poems titled Consideration to showcase his versatility.

Fiction - Lucy's fall
She was the most beautiful one among us all. Her voice made stars twinkle and her hair was rich like honey. She was much more than a sister to me; she was my best friend, until the day she and a number of the others decided to leave home. Lucy had somehow changed.

POEM OF THE WEEK - Sandy
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