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  • 'Deadpool 2' stupidly somewhat satisfying May 21, 2018
    The year is 2016. In a time of civil war and the dawn of justice, superhero movies are less like escapist fantasy and more like grim reflections of our day-to-day lives. Batman became a torturer, Captain America an enemy of the state. Enter the merc...
    Damian Levy/Gleaner Writer
  • Reggae women go Groovin' May 21, 2018
    Groovin' in the Park has announced the addition of a Women Of Reggae segment to this year's event, which unfolds at Roy Wilkins Park in New York, USA, on Sunday, June 24. The package will now include songbirds JC Lodge, Pam Hall and Marcia Aitken....
    Dave Rodney/Gleaner Writer
  • Dating tales make for laughter May 21, 2018
    Dating is challenging. There are dates that start out with sparks but burn out faster than a cigarette, and other matches thought to have been made in heaven could easily be compared to hell. Those are the types of experiences that storyteller...
    Stephanie Lyew/Gleaner Writer
  • Camping out for the 'write' song approach May 21, 2018
    From the recording studios in the United States to the cool 'rainforests' in Port Antonio, international hitmakers, including Grammy award-winning artiste Drake, top British Breakthrough Act Dua Lipa, and 2018 Juno Award winner Jamaican Shawn Mendes...
    Stephanie Lyew/Gleaner Writer
  • Harris stages 'Case of the Ex!' May 21, 2018
    On the heels of Dat A Gwaan Jamaica: Remix, writer/director Dahlia Harris of DMH Productions has brought to the stage what could be another humour-filled presentation. Instead of a revue, theatre fans can plan their date nights around a romantic...

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  • Earning potential of young Bajans at risk May 22, 2018
    I was reading the MIDWEEK NATION and happened across at least two relatively high-level job vacancy advertisements. I scanned the requirements set out in the advertisements and immediately noticed...
  • Grant urges DLP supporters to stay focussed May 22, 2018
    Stay firm and stay focussed! That was the advice given to party faithful tonight by St Michael South East candidate Rodney Grant. Speaking first at the Democratic Labour Party’s meeting at Villa...
  • Depeiza: No comparison between Mottley and Stuart May 22, 2018
    An election like no other. That is how Verla Depeiza is describing this election season. And she says the issue of leadership is being placed under the microscope. Depeiza, an attorney-at-law and...
  • Wife cries out for hubby May 22, 2018
    “Patrick if you are alive, please contact me or come home.” Those are the words of anguish from Clarine Wharton, whose husband, Patrick Wharton, 59, has been missing for the past 11 days. On Friday,...
  • Farmer under attack by gunmen May 22, 2018
    A small crop farmer is fed up with recurring praedial larceny; even coming close to losing his life on one occasion. Kenneth Blades has been farming at Kirtons, St Philip, for the last four years on...

RSS Caribbean Life News

  • St. Kitts-Nevis carves economic pathway May 21, 2018
    St Lucia: Delivering the keynote address at the 2018 Caribbean Investment Summit, Prime Minister, Dr. Timothy Harris said St. Kitts and Nevis — through its Citizenship by Investment Programme established in 1984 — holds the distinction of carving out a pathway for the growth and development of small, resource-constrained countries. Read more.
  • City premieres new season of award-winning English language program May 20, 2018
    Manhattan: The Mayor’s Office of Immigrant Affairs premiered a new season of their award-winning show, “We Speak NYC” at the Museum of the Moving Image in Queens on May 9. Read more.
  • Marley kin racially profiled, detained and followed by police in helicopter May 20, 2018
    People: Prior to formation of the Black Lives Movement, emerging terms familiar to Instagram users of the internet identified situations tagged “Shopping While Black,” “Driving While Black,” “Walking While Black,” “Eating While Black” and even “Sleeping While Black.” Read more.
  • Jamaica HS track coach wins prestigious raffle May 19, 2018
    Jamaica: The Queens-based Team Jamaica Bickle (TJB) has announced that Floyd Howell, assistant coach and a team manager of the Calabar High School track team, is the winner of TJB MANNA (Medical Attention and Nutrition Now for Athletes) raffle. Howell won the grand prize of five days and four nights at the all-inclusive Sandals Jamaica, […]
  • UN refugee team to meet with T&T prime minister May 19, 2018
    Venezuela: United Nations Secretary General Antonio Guterres is sending a team to Trinidad and Tobago to inquire into Prime Minister Dr. Keith Rowley’s complaint about criticism from its United Nations representative in Trinidad and Tobago on the repatriation of 82 Venezuelans. Read more.