The latest edition of the Go-Jamaica.com newsletter.
This week we are featuring:
- True Jamaican spirit in action
- PALS – Peace Day
- Pieces of the Past: Katherine Dunham – Matriarch of Modern Dance
- Step Into Spring Time With Go Jamaica
- Jamaica Star – Spragga Benz Update
profile: ‘An Ounce of Prevention'
|Football and Business Community Helps Paralyzed Goalkeeper|
|True Jamaican spirit was on display at Addison Park Brown's Town recently, as members of the football fraternity pooled efforts for a worthy cause - helping Brown's Town resident Rohan Pinnock who up until last year played for Standfast United football club but is now unable to walk properly after suffering paralysis as a result of a bad fall during a match last year. http://www.golocaljamaica.com/|
|Peace & Love In Schools (PALS) ‘Peace… Be Part Of It’.|
|Tie something blue in your hair, or on you car this peace day Tuesday March 4, 2003. Remember to wear blue – lets all play a part in the campaign for Peace in Jamaica. |
|Pieces of the Past: Katherine Dunham – Matriarch of Modern Dance|
|NOW 93 years old, Katherine Dunham's life is the stuff of legend. Widely recognized as the matriarch of black American dance, in the 1930s Dunham skillfully blended the discipline of cultural anthropology with the medium of dance to create an entirely new form of movement.
|Step Into Spring With Flowers and Gifts |
|Spring is in the air and Go-Jamaica has a variety of floral arrangements for every occasion (anniversary, birthday, sympathy) in its online florist. Easter is on the way and we promise you some very interesting gifts. Click here and take a look. http://www.discoverjamaica.com/gifts/|
|Spragga Benz - Artiste of the Month: Jamaica-Star.com |
|Unfortunately, the chat with the Artiste of the Month will not happen this month. Spragga sends his apologies to you all and promises to ‘link you’ later in the year. So watch this space for details. http://www.jamaica-star.com |
|Youthlink Journalism Club!! |
Are you under 20 years old and resident in Jamaica? Then why have I not heard from you? Join the club and write about anything at all, like aliens or teachers, parents or friends, love or war. We also want to hear the ‘suss’ and the ‘buzz’ in your area. Remember you can join as part of your school's journalism club or as an individual member.http://www.youthlinkjamaica.com/