One hundred and ninety-five new employees are expected to benefit from what’s being described as the Google of Jamaica at Nestle’s new corporate office and distribution centre, opened on Monday at Ferry Pen in St Andrew. Continue reading Nestle Opens State-Of-The-Art Corporate Office in Jamaica
Sometimes it’s the places that really make you work to get there that leave the most lasting impression. This is what visitors tell themselves as they travel through winding dirt roads and hilly countryside, past makeshift bars with names like “Nuff Vibes,” to a sleepy fishing village called Treasure Beach. Continue reading This Literary Festival in Jamaica Is the Island’s Best-Kept Secret
Jamaican Irish Moss Featured on International Food Blog
Jamaican cuisine once again attracted international attention for its unique take on an Irish ingredient.
Jamaica Begins Process to Get Reggae Inscribed on UNESCO Cultural Heritage List
Jamaica’s Ministry of Youth and Culture is moving to have reggae inscribed on UNESCO’s representative list of Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity.
Scotch Bonnet Jamaican Food Truck Brings the Heat to the Bay Area
At its point of origin, the Scotch Bonnet food truck in San Francisco’s FiDi, the burrito can sell out in less than an hour.
Art Exhibition In Norway To Honour Jamaican-Born Cultural Theorist
Come January 30, Stuart Hall will be remembered for his ideologies with an art exhibition in Norway.
Tuff Gong Int’l to Host One Love Music Festival in Jamaica
Tuff Gong International, under the direction of CEO, Cedella Marley, will stage the first annual One Love Music Festival on February 4 – 5, 2016.