Monthly Archives: May 2011
Grab a radio and tune in! FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Local author and entrepreneur to appear on “Your Humanities Half-Hour” SAIPAN, CNMI— The NMI Council for the Humanities will feature author, entrepreneur and former Saipan Tribune columnist Walt F. J. … Continue reading
In addition to the usual jogging, writing, sleeping, shopping that I do here on Saipan, there are also a few things to spice up the weekends! Friday evening, a quick stop at Saipan’s GIG nightclub Watch a little dancing, inhale … Continue reading
Forgive me for asking, but….let’s just say, hypothetically, of course, that I’ve come to realize that the man I chose is not quite the one I really want..um,… (SAIPAN) Want to read moreForgive me for asking, but…jokes?
Every Saturday in the month of May, from 6pm to 10pm, Saipan is host to an event called “Taste of the Marianas!” Hotels, restaurants and independent vendors gather to sell food, while various organizations sponsor and offer entertainment for all … Continue reading
Okay, so here’s the story. Did you know that the Jamaican flag is the ONLY flag of the 196 or so world flags that DOES NOT have red, blue or white in it? In other words, every other flag of … Continue reading
Quite a few people have recently stumbled upon my blog in search of the definition of the Jamaican patois word “cyah.” So, as a public service (and as a way of getting more visitors), I’ll do my part to help … Continue reading
[Encouragement for self-published authors] While I was in China, I was contacted by Editions Bordas, a French textbook publisher requesting the rights to publish an extract of Chicken Feathers and Garlic Skin: Diary of a Chinese Garment Factory Girl on … Continue reading