Jamaica Gleaner
Published: Monday | February 4, 2013
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She proposed !
Eight years ago, a casual conversation at a bar about the annoying traits of humans and a plethora of reasons not to date, set the stage for a leap-year proposal and a 'beautiful beginning' in paradise.....

Ann Taylor designer's a fan of all-day dressing
NEW YORK (AP): Day-to-night dressing doesn't quite cover it for most people. It's more like sunrise to bedtime, and the clothes need to be appropriate and comfortable for the long haul....

FLAIR photo album
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She bangs - The timeless shag is back
In the past weeks, more women have been going into the salon to get bangs. When America First Lady Michelle Obama walked out in her bang, the world became fascinated and scissors in salons the world over got to work.

Alia's bags
From as early as she could make a decision for her career path, Alia Orane knew that whatever course she took, it would feature an artistic element....

Your bra wardrobe
HEY Fruits! The last time we met, we were hiring and firing bras! Now that we've had our professional fittings and we know exactly how our bras should feel and fit, let's get our wardrobe right! Yes, you need a bra wardrobe...

A shared conception of greatness
March 23 will be a big day for Dr Mary Anne Chambers. That's when she will be honoured by Immaculate Conception High, her alma mater, for which she still has great affection. Chambers will be honoured along with her former headmistress...

Can my sister's estranged husband remarry?
Reader:My sister-in-law lives in New York and is a green card holder, but her husband lives and operate a business here in Jamaica...

RIP indicator lights
Family, friends and loved ones, we come today to bid farewell and lay to rest, the indicator light. Like so many other things we used to hold dear, like manners, good etiquette and a stable Jamaican dollar, the indicator...

Colonialisation in reverse
Miss Lou must be turning cartwheels in her grave. Her poem titled 'Colonialisation in Reverse' spoke volumes about Jamaicans flocking to Britain in the early post-colonial days. Today, we see more subtle forms of 'colonialisation'...


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