Aug 04, 2020
Jamaica’s Supreme Court’s rule in favour of Kensington Primary for trying to bar a child with dreadlocks from attending the school met severe criticism. Like Minister Grange, perhaps we should all wait for the reasoning behind the ruling to be released before passing...
Jul 15, 2020
The social media giants are walking a thin line lately on content moderation. On one side, they face criticism from those who want hate speech removed and restrictions on the spread of false information on their platforms. On the other, they face charges of censorship. The...
Jun 26, 2020
TikTok is showing us the well of creative talent that exists out there. Though typically producing short clips meant for little more than a moment of entertainment, the amateur creators of these videos are highly effective at capturing an audience. TikTok’s setup no doubt...
Jun 17, 2020
As the story goes, Lady Musgrave Road was cut to appease a petulant woman. In the early 1880s, Governor Anthony Musgrave’s wife would leave King's House and travel downtown via Hope Road. Then George Stiebel came along. Jamaica's first black millionaire built what is...
May 29, 2020
Feeling bored in these lockdown times? Chances are, there's a challenge for that. Here are three fun "challenges" now popular on TikTok and other social media. Hope you can entertain yourself. 1. Wipe it down Similar to the “Flip the switch”...