Jamaica Gleaner
Published: Saturday | December 8, 2012
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Latest 'Jamaica Journal' on the way
The Institute of Jamaica (IOJ) is all set to launch Jamaica Journal Vol. 34 nos. 1-2 Usain Bolt: Jamaica Gone Abroad. The issue, a collaborative effort between the IOJ and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Foreign Trade, is in celebration of Jamaica's 50th year of Independence and 50 years of foreign service.

Osmosis Week returns with big discounts
MC Entertainment, organisers of the celebrated Osmosis party series, is once again set to execute Osmosis Week from December 14-21 in partnership with the event's suppliers and associates.

Lowrie-Chin's 'Souldance' brings Christmas lift
The excerpt from Jean Lowrie-Chin's Souldance: Poems & Writings captures the spirit of this much-loved season and will be among the features to be shared by the author at two readings this month.

Feast of Lights, good for another 44
Northern Caribbean University (NCU) wowed the audience at its premiere musical showcase, Feast of Lights, last Saturday.

UTech hosts music awards
The University of Technology (UTech), Jamaica, will host a special gala today at the Courtleigh Auditorium, New Kingston, for the presentation of the university's most prestigious non-academic award: the Chancellor's Medal to the Jamaican Music Industry, with particular focus on popular music.

DJ Niney answers the musical call
NIGEL DIXON, more popularly known as DJ Niney, although having the choice to pursue a career in business or sports, made the choice of living his passion as a disc jockey.

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