Twin of Twins Stir Up Volume 11: Family Review
With the usual wit and charm, the Twin of Twins return to wreck havoc on us after we have settled down from their last edition of the Stir it Up Series. Their trademark catchphrases and slangs set to entertain, what does Stir It Up Volume 11: Family have in store for us?
Why They Scam...
The Lottery Scamming has now reached fever pitch in Jamaica, the FBI now moves to curb it and the first batch has been extradited. Money empires are falling and the rats now try to flee the sinking ship. Fingers are being pointed, old friendships are being questioned; The question on every Jamaican's lips is who is next? The question many Americans ask is why did they do this?
Justin Bieber vs The Weeknd, Fake News and Big up of the Day
Celebrities are feuding again and the whole world just wishes they would stop being stupid. The issue of fake news finally hits Jamaica and the Police are having a tough time shaking it and to top it off, we have our Big Up of the day. All this and more in your Morning Coffee Break
The Grammys, Women in Trouble
Its your morning coffee break! Interesting topics to read about while you have you tea or breakfast. Today we look at the Grammys and whether we should even have a Reggae category, the issues facing Jamaica's women and also our big up post of the day! Bonus at the end wink, wink.
The HONOURABLE Portia Simpson Miller: An Apology, an Appreciation and a Thank You..
Portia Simpson Miller is at heart a great person, friendly warm and fiercely devoted to the Jamaican people. But we have continually put her down and berate her yet she always return, willing to serve and give her all.
Sunday Meditation: Learn to Shut Up
We are the most connected generation to ever walk the Earth. At the touch of a button, we can send a message around the world and share our thoughts with almost anyone. But have we forgotten how to shut up? How to keep things to ourselves? Or have we become so narcesstic that everyone must know our opinion?
Coffee Break Special: The X6 Murder Trial So Far...
The trial of Patrick Powell for the murder of 17 year old Khajeel Mais began last week. After five years of constant postponements and delays, the trial is finally before the courts, raising more questions and giving few answers. Here is what we know so far...
Sunday Meditation: Should we spend that $80 million on our athletes?
Our athletes represented us on the world stage at the 2016 Rio Olympics, demolishing our opponents to bring us prestige usually reserved for much larger and richer countries. Now we have come with their rewards... is too much or too little?
Monday Morning Coffee Break: Trump Romancing <3, Hurricane Bad Mind and X6 Years Later
We have Donald Trump on the menu so just letting everyone know that this post will contain despicable behaviour. Donald Trump was in fine form as he participated in the second debate against Hillary Clinton. Also we take a look at the situation in Haiti and how you can help and the murder trial of the X6 killer is yet to start nearly half a decade later, why? Welcome to your Monday Morning Coffee Break.
Monday Morning Coffee Break: Protecting our Ganja, Nudes for likes and Silence of a Generation
Another Monday is upon us and here we have a collection of interesting stories to begin the week. From the protection of our unique brand of Marijuana to the question of why we don't see more Jamaican students protesting, this is your Monday Morning Coffee Break.
Sunday Meditation: Dominic James, PNP laziness, Inaction with Prayer and Oh Etana...
Sundays in Jamaica have a peaceful and easygoing nature when compared to the other days of the week. Without the hustle an bustle of work or school to cloud one's thoughts, one is able to suitable ponder the happenings of our daily lives. Let's look at what happened over the week and ponder them over a beer...
International Peace Day: Where Jamaica Stands...
September 21 of each year is celebrated as International Peace day as mandated by the United Nations. As the world observes this day and looks to a time of true peace, where does Jamaica stand? Where are we going to achieve this peace if we do not change?