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This week we are featuring:
DaFlex.net: - The Music Of MaGowan
HospitalityJamaica.com: Carib mines gold
at World Travel Awards 2005
Pieces of the Past: History of Aviation
in Jamaica Part I- New Series
Jamaica Gleaner: Send Seasons Greetings
To Your Loved Ones.
Go-Shopping - Gifts For Every Occasion
Jamaica Gleaner: - Archives Online
The Gleaner Online Your Online Solution:
Featured client: Nia's Art And Design.
Featured Travel Sponsor: FDR Resorts.
to just one of MaGowan's songs, you are certain
to be left craving for more. His music is akin
to a journey exploring life's varying pathways
utilizing a heartfelt sound of hope and inspiration
along with verses of reality- often bitter sweet.
Check out this revealing interview with MaGowan
mines gold at World Travel Awards 2005
THE Oscars, the endorsements do not come from
a select group of industry heads or celebrities,
but from the people on the ground who interface
with travellers on a day-to-day basis, with votes
being cast entirely online by 156,000 travel agencies
and professionals in over 200 countries worldwide.
For the tourism trade, winning a World Trade Award
is more than an Oscar, it is a personal and reliable
endorsement from the thousands of professionals
from around the globe who are dealing with both
holidaymakers and tourism products in the marketplace
For the full story click here: http://www.hospitalityjamaica.com/achieve3.html
Pieces of the Past: "Take To The Skies"
History of Aviation in Jamaica Part I NEW
Dr. Rebecca Tortello is back with a new series
of Pieces of the Past. This week she is featuring
the history of aviation in Jamaica. It is the
first of a two-part series.
THE FIRST plane to fly in Jamaican skies
was flown by Jesse Seligman, an American aviator,
on December 21, 1911, only eight years after the
Wright brothers made history with the first plane
flight the world had ever seen. Promotions for
Seligman's flight spoke of "the chance to
see man flying in the realms monopolised by the
It was a hot and windy day but that didn't stop
the crowd of close to 1,000 people from all over
Jamaica from gathering at 3 p.m. at the Knutsford
Park Race Course (in what is now New Kingston)
to see the thrilling aerial exhibition. After
a 45-minute delay due to unfavorable 20-mile-an-hour
wind and slight rain, 22year-old Seligman, who
had only been flying for four months, managed
to take off in his Moisant monoplane, determined
not to disappoint the spectators. Men holding
on to the plane's framework for balance, let go
As you already know this series is a must read
just click here http://www.jamaica-gleaner.com/pages/history/
Seasons Greetings To Friends & Family
picture says more than a thousand words". Why
don't you send your loved ones a photograph of you
and your family over the festive season.
Send it to us and we will publish it with your greetings
in our newspaper the Jamaica Gleaner for FREE!
Send photos to firstname.lastname@example.org
All photograhs should be current images of you.
They should also be crisp, clean and clear for
To find out more about this free service log on
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have a wide array of gift items ranging from books
to perfumes, cakes to flowers, coffee to art, and
oh yes I almost forgot junk food. Most stores deliver
to anywhere in Jamaica. Check them out at: http://www.discoverjamaica.com/gifts/
I bet you'll be surprised.
|Jamaica Gleaner: Archives Online
month the Gleaner Company Ltd placed its vast newspaper
archives dating back to 1834 on the World Wide Web.
By simply logging on to Gleaner.newspaperarchive.com,
a visitor to the site will be able to enter a
search term and within seconds, receive a listing
of Gleaner publications over 171 years.
If a person registers, for a fee, the actual
printed page will be displayed and made available
for download, printing or email. The rates for
the service are US$7.95 per day, US$29.95 per
quarter and US$49.95 per year.
Remember this website is your gateway to searching
and reading antique newspapers online.
The Gleaner Online Your Online Solution: -
This week we are featuring Nia's Art And Designs
highly creative and dynamic web site showcases
one of a kind printed and hand painted fabrics,
wearable art and functional pieces. Alongside
original art and limited edition Giclee prints
and wall hangings.
The creative talent behind this inspirational
site is Jamaica's own Nia Gifford. Who regards
the collection as being "inspired and informed
by nature and spirituality
The exclusive and beautifully designed pieces
and paintings showcased online will be warmly
accepted by anyone 'lucky' enough to receive it
as a gift over the festive season.
For more information about Nia;s Art and Designs
|New Music Mixes
you can listen to some of the country's most popular
dancehall, calypso and reggae mixes at http://www.jamaicastar.com/ruggedjams/
Every week we will bring you new mixes. Enjoy the music
and remember to share it with your friends.
merchandise is now online. Gifts include trendy T-shirts
for men & women, hats, caps, bags and of course the
delightful cuddly toy. http://www.cafeshops.com/gojamaicastore
|Programme Hosts: Charles
Name: It's Charlie's time
Programme Host: Charles Hyatt
Time: Sunday 8:30 p.m. to 12:00 a.m.
Profile: After a hectic work-week
'It's Charlie's Time'! For
over 10 years, outstanding actor, theatrical director,
emcee, comedian and broadcaster, Charles Hyatt has been
bringing soothing, melodious, mature entertainment to
radio listeners and now he's on Power 106FM. Charlie
gives listeners a conservatory of comforting, wholesome
the Host: Charles Hyatt is most well known in Jamaica
as a theatrical actor/comedian; however, he does have
many other talents. Charlie has featured in the films
'A High Wind in Jamaica', 'Love Thy Neighbour' and 'Cool
Runnings'. He was the original Early Morning Man when
the Jamaica Broadcasting Corporation first went on air.
Telephone nos: In Jamaica, 968-4901- 3, 1-888-991-4072
Intnl Toll-free line courtesy of People's Telecom Ja
Ltd: 1-866-LINK-106 (1-866-5465-106)
tune in to great internet radio and for more information
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- Supervised Kids' Mini Club with games, contests,
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