Jamaica Gleaner
Published: Sunday | February 10, 2013
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Street art - Transforming walls into conversation pieces
On a hot, sunny afternoon, Kimani Beckford dipped a brush into a can of paint and with meticulous, subtle strokes streaked it across a wall.

Pointers on Publishing - Content is the new currency
I looked up the definition of 'currency' on the web and it was interesting to see the meaning below, which I took from http://www.investorwords.com.

Book Review - A sassy look at society, gender and romance
Title: Singleholic Author: Katherine Bing

Enemy of the state
So, Baby Bruce might be an enemy of the state? But, I can't picture him reprising the role of Will Smith in the movie of the same name.

Comic specialist for Black History month workshop
The Centre for the Arts at the University of Technology Jamaica (UTech), in collaboration the Jamaica Animation Nation Network, will be hosting renowned comic specialist and founder of Kids' Comic Con, Alex Simmons, at UTech's Papine campus on February 15 and February 16, 2013 for an exclusive Black History Month comic workshop.

UWI hosts Olive Senior session on 'Gardening in the Tropics'
The Department of Literatures in English, University of the West Indies, Mona, will host an interactive session with high-school students on Monday, February 11, from 1 p.m.

Aspiring J'can author launches book on dating experiences
Kingston, Jamaica:Aspiring Author Chénelle Taylor is launching her first title, 50 Something Dates with 17 Mr Wrongs:

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Refurbished Seville Great House open for tours
MONTEGO BAY (JIS):Located on the north coast of the island, New Seville, in St Ann, is said to be the place where one of the first encounters among the peoples of the Americas, Africa and Europe, took place.

He added water to the pot and stirred.

Dr Heather Little-White - The Miracle

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