Tag: William Shakespeare

10 Life Lessons From Shakespeare … In Jamaican Patois

Imagine what would happen if William Shakespeare decided to visit modern-day Jamaica. Can you visualise his utter discombabulation as he tried to figure out what these people were trying to say? Can you see how Jamaicans would ‘eem’ and ‘ahm’

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A Moment In History – Black River’s Firsts

Black River is but a shadow of its former glory in the 18th and 19th centuries, but the town holds great historical value. The exact date of its establishment is not known, but its existence is noted on John Sellers’

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Parish Facts – Clarendon, Manchester & St Elizabeth

This week, we continue Parish Pride month with some quick facts about the parishes of Clarendon and Manchester to wrap up the county of Middlesex, then venture into neighbouring St Elizabeth in Cornwall. Clarendon The parish was named for Lord Chancellor Sir Edward Hyde, the Earl

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