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'Vogue Attorney' FOR JAMAICA OBSERVER WEBINAR SERIES

Forbes magazine's banner headline reads: From Dior to Depositions: Meet Natasha Mayne, “The Vogue Attorney”. The magazine goes on to share that Mayne empowers women to “walk in their truth.” Read More

Your Investment Plan: Mutual Funds
A sound investment plan is an essential part of a financial strategy to enable a savvy investor to build wealth over a period of time. In today's world, the goal is not simply to get by financially, but instead to systematically generate wealth, and one way of doing this is through...... Read More

Elsa Jarrett: Pivoting, Persisting & Prevailing!
Tolstoy once wrote: “Women are the pivot on which everything turns!”. Proving Tolstoy not only right but also demonstrating that the notion applies to all facets of life is plant entrepreneur Elsa Jarrett. ... Read More

Pests: What Are You Going To Do?
We all have had them at one time or another, in small numbers or large. Some that fly, some that run, and yet others that stand still and look at you as if you're disturbing them. Today, we will examine some of the common ones: rats, mice, cockroaches and flies. One of the most revolting...... Read More

Chef Theo's Palate Pleasers

Thursday, January, 21 2021    

What to serve family this weekend? Thursday Food put Chef Theo Smith on the spot and like a true pro he served up four fairly straightforward tasty options. No excuse, therefore, to claim boredom or a lack of inspiration. Read More

On the Menu - What Are Short Ribs?

Thursday, January, 21 2021    

Tender, full of flavour, and delicious, there's nothing quite like a plate of short ribs. Whether you prepare these ribs braised, grilled, or cooked another way, creating a great dish starts with understanding the cut and the best ways to bring out its flavour. Thursday Food,... Read More

My Blood Type Is Now IPA+

Thursday, January, 21 2021    

What is an IPA? The initials stand for India Pale Ale. I never knew about the world of IPAs until I started seeing them pop up locally. Having German friends also helps… thanks, Andreas! My curiosity about this unique craft led me to discover that this pale ale was born in the... Read More

Herman 'Porkie' Billings - Best in the West

Thursday, January, 21 2021    

It could be argued that the topic of pork generates more discussion than any other meat on the Rock and pork eaters will not shy away from telling you of their love of the pig from the nose to the tail, with the squeal the only thing left to be had. Consequently the 'Porkman' is always... Read More

Vows - Forever In Love

Tuesday, January, 19 2021    

Thirteen years proved the charm for Tamara Benjamin, Bank of Nova Scotia Jamaica personal banking officer, and Damion Turner, Exmar Shipmanagement marine engineer, who exchanged wedding vows on Friday, December 18, at Waterfalls, in Liguanea. Read More

Beauty and The Beam

Tuesday, January, 19 2021    

Light up the new year with a LED facial!Tuesday Style Dryer (TSD) is declaring 2021 “The Year of You”. That's right, this year we're championing glowing skin and the top trends in skincare (no matter how scary they may look). Read More

Spread Love, Not Germs @ Weddings

Tuesday, January, 19 2021    

You've asked and we've answered! Welcome to your weekly column 'Planning Your Happily Ever After' with wedding consultant Shikima Hinds. Her focus this week: Sanitisation Read More

Fun & Flirty w/ Samantha Black

Tuesday, January, 19 2021    

If you haven't heard the name Samantha Black in the world of fashion, we're pretty sure you've seen her pieces. The Jamaican-blooded, New York-based designer has always championed a 'rude-gyal' style, with some of her most famous pieces spotted on Hollywood actress Gabrielle Union-Wade,... Read More

Priority One: Saving Or Paying Down Debt?

Sunday, January, 17 2021    

It should come as no surprise that for many people across the world, the number one money move they identified for 2021 is saving money. With good reason: The sudden health crisis rendered by the novel coronavirus and the subsequent pandemic found people constantly raiding their... Read More

Mr Forbes' Neighbourhood

Sunday, January, 17 2021    

Trailblazing runs in Arlington Forbes' blood. In 1974, his mother Elaine became the first black woman to own a shop — Elaine's International Boutique — in Toronto's Dufferin Mall. She realised that the mainstream stores were not catering to West Indian women like herself,... Read More

Creating Your Sanctuary With Aiesha Panton Of Pussbackfoot

Sunday, January, 17 2021    

“I have always been deliberate about creating a beautiful home, but with the pandemic, being forced to slow down and stay in, home was literally my only sanctuary. So, I have had a renewed passion for blending the indoors with the outdoors.” – Aiesha Panton,... Read More



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