Jamaica Tourist Board Over the Years


Carrole Guntley-Brady was the first woman to be appointed as the Director of Tourism at the Jamaica Tourist Board in 1984....

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The Life and Work of Artist Gene Pearson


From the moment you drive up to the studio of ceramic artist and sculptor Gene Pearson, you are greeted by one of his many...

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A Look Behind the Two Wheels One Love BMX Program


Much like surfing in Jamaica, BMX (bicycle motocross) is a sport that is slowly becoming a hit among the young people...

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Learn How to Make this Easy Jamaican Breakfast


One of the most popular breakfast meals in Jamaica is porridge. The classic dish is a mainstay in many households across...

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“Welcome back,” Jamaica shares its Story with the World


1972 was a monumental year for the Jamaican Tourist Board and Sintra Bronte. It was the year the JTB released a promotional...

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Five Tips to Living a Healthy Life: A Jamaican Herbalist Shares Her Secrets


Gillian Francis, better known as Minka Luv to her friends and family, is a self-professed “Jill of all trades.”...

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Check Out This Artist’s Studio in Jamaica


For many people, leaving home and venturing off to new lands is the impetus for living a life of passion. For David...

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The Easiest Summer Dish with a Jamaican Twist


Last month, we shared the recipe for a seriously delicious herb-dusted mahi-mahi filet by culinary duo, Suzanne and Michelle...

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Nicole Dennis-Benn’s Debut Novel is a Love Letter to Jamaica


Jamaican-born author Nicole Dennis-Benn recently released her debut novel, Here Comes the Sun, to much critical acclaim....

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Jamaica is Making History at Rio 2016


Ready, set, Rio! More than 11,000 athletes from 206 national teams are competing in the 2016 Summer Olympics, which...

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This Man is Revolutionizing How Jamaica Farms


Neil Curtis is revolutionizing how Jamaica farms. Born to Jamaican parents in the United States, Curtis has always had a deep...

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Here’s How the Oracabessa Fish Sanctuary is Doing One Year Later


Last year, we shared the sad truth that Jamaica’s coral reefs—due to overfishing, coastal pollution and climate...

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In the Kitchen with Jamaica’s Top Culinary Duo


Rousseau sisters with Johnny Iuzzini at NyamJam  We’re back in the kitchen with Suzanne and Michelle Rousseau, the chefs...

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How a Study Abroad in Cape Verde Led to a New Life in Jamaica


Photo via Ashley Hyde Travel has a way of changing your life in an impactful way. That’s what happened to Ashley Hyde,...

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“Dream World” Jamaica: Vintage Ads from the 1960s


“It’s real life, even though it’s a dream world. That’s Jamaica,” says a voice over an advertorial video produced...

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