For her first film, emerging documentary filmmaker Sasha-Gay Lewis chose one of the most tumultuous moments in recent Jamaican history as her subject: The Tivoli Incursion. It is an official selection of this year’s staging of the Caribbean Tales Film Festival in Toronto.
“My daddy says I don’t know what I’m doing. Well, I respect him, of course, but I’m going to stick to my beliefs.
At 18, I joined the ensemble cast of the first staging of Eve Ensler’s The Vagina Monologues in Jamaica.
We have made enormous strides in the acceptance and inclusion of our LGBTQI2S+ community members over the last few decades.
Over the past five years, Toronto has undergone (and continues to undergo) one of the fastest restaurant booms of any North American city. Food is a big business.
It’s cold. My mind is forcefully dragging the rest of me through to the next moment. I arrive at Chubby’s Jamaican Restaurant with both trepidation and intrigue. No one wants to incur the wrath of Black Twitter.
You probably gained a pound or five over the Christmas season. So you want to make 2018 the year you get your health in order.
Racism is here. This is the message journalist Desmond Cole and acclaimed director Charles Officer hope all Canadians open their eyes to when they watch The Skin We’re In.