Riding along the West side Highway, just an eerie sight !!!
We’re already just two weeks away from the second (not quite annual) Fashion in Film Blogathon! If you would like to join in, just let me know. There’s still plenty of time to think of a topic if you haven’t already decided! I thought it would be fun to start the festivities a little early […]
Star Trek Boldly Go #11
Review by Paul Bowler
The new voyages set after the events of Star Trek Beyond continue in Star Trek Boldly Go #11, with the former crew of the Enterprise now either reassigned or forging their own paths in this stellar Star Trek series from IDW Publishing. Now the space pirate Eurydice has returned with a mission for Captain Kirk and the crew of the USS Endeavour, one that could expose secrets that will have major implications for the galaxy!
A new chapter in Kirk’s appointment as the temporary Captain of the USS Endeavour gets under way in this issue of Star Trek Boldly Go, along with McCoy, and Sulu, as events flashback to the climatic moments of a fierce battle between the USS Heisenberg and three Klingon warships above the planet Axanar. Captain Garth overcomes the impossible odds and prevents war breaking out. These events…
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Very talented. I wish him the best !!!
See you learn something new all the time. That’s why it’s very important to know your HISTORY !!!
When we think of the main ethnic group that influences Jamaican culture, Africa comes to mind. While this isn’t far removed from the truth, it isn’t the whole truth. Believe me, when Jamaica says Out of Many – One People, boy do we mean it!
Jamaican culture is also strongly influenced by the English, the Irish, South Asians, East Asians, and the Spanish. This is primarily due to our historical ties to these countries, and how their language, dress, and cuisine have created the melting pot of Jamaican culture today.
In Jamaica, whether you’re Black, Asian, or White, we share ONE unified culture. This is in stark contrast to America, where cultural segregation is still “a thing” – perhaps with good reason. In any case, let’s take a look at the six ethnic groups that make up Jamaican culture in 2017.
Race & Ethnicity
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