Jamaica Gleaner
Published: Sunday | March 1, 2009
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Digging into J'can history at Papine
Ceramics have a story to tell at the University of the West Indies (UWI), Mona campus, and the narrative is slowly being crafted by archaeologists who are unearthing evidence of an 18th century slave village there.

Ring the alarm, dancehall is dying!
Yes mi selecta play dat chune Mek it ring inna mi head Mi mus shoot mi bredda dead.Mi ah goh dance inna de hallWhen mi see mi sista fallHar blood washing de sidewalk.Tek de volume dung southDem ah dance de go-goAn ah show dem cho-cho.Hey! make...

On my way from school I came upon a group of people at Mass Dan-Dan's gate. Mass Jimmy and Mass Dan-Dan were engaged in a heated argument, which seemed to be getting hotter as they exchanged insults.

A writer's response
The following is a response to a book review published in The Sunday Gleaner of February 22 under the headline 'Ok plot, poor writing'.It is done by the writer of the book, A Victim Of Her Own Paranoia.I was tempted to toss in the towel after such a...

Vicky and the puss
Mass Benjy was a simple man, though a great admirer of famous philosophers and writers. He lived alone with his dog and his puss, Aristotle.

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