Before TV was 24 hours and everyone had air conditioning, folks used to hang outside of their building. The block I grew up on felt like a magical intersection of many Carribean islands - you could walk down the street & hear the music change as you passed from one building to another: Soca Calypso, Dancehall, Rockers. The Rastas were at the building near the corner. They taught me to play "box ball" & we’d always have great conversations. There was only one person in their circle who didn’t have locks & he still wore a wool knit hat all year round. No matter how hot it got, or how much soccer he played, he never sweated. That hat never left his head. I alway thought of that as a magical/super power.
Museum-quality posters made on thick and durable matte paper. Add a wonderful accent to your room and office with these posters that are sure to brighten any environment.
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