Dancehall Is Fighting to Protect – and Copyright – Its Dance Moves
The dance moves you might break out at Notting Hill Carnival this weekend are at the centre of an increasingly urgent debate about cultural copyright.
Confronting the Colonial Past of Jamaica's Hard Dough Bread
Also known as “hardo,” the bread is a thick and ever-so-slightly sweet loaf consumed widely in Jamaica, but whose origins span the globe—and the country's history.
It’s Not Jerk Chicken Unless It’s Cooked in a Jerk Drum
Fashioned from disused oil barrels and fired up on front lawns, beachside bars, and bootleg markets, Jamaica’s jerk drums are almost as iconic as the chicken.