Despite their best efforts, most women have had the experience of frantically digging into the bottom of a large purse or handbag for an essential item such as eyeglasses, cellphone, keys, or passport. A separate case to corral these important possessions makes sense, especially if it combines fashion with function. Being able to protect, carry, and access these items in a reliable, convenient, safe … Continue reading Stylish Carrying Case Corrals Handbag Essentials in Style
Most Metropolitan countries’ economic engines are fueled by innovation. The ideas and inventions that emerge from researchers’ labs or the garages of budding entrepreneurs have spawned powerhouse companies, even new industries. But turning ideas into products usually requires a crucial step: getting a patent. Patents provide years of protection, ensuring that innovators’ investments won’t be undercut by copycats. As Abraham Lincoln once famously said, … Continue reading The Importance of Protecting Patents
By Faye-Chantelle Mondesir In the SpotLyght Feature Magazine rolls out our ‘Centre Stage Red Carpet’ for Manu Francois. Son of highly accomplished musician Ras Bonté and mother Kam Hamilton, he was birthed on the exotic island of Saint Lucia, but has been resident in New Zealand for the past 20 years. He highlighted that the culture there is remarkably different from that of … Continue reading MANU FRANCOIS, The Amazing Musical Crafter!
Article by Kevin Kaiser There’s no argument anymore. Neuroscience confirms that highly creative people think and act differently than the average person. Their brains are literally hardwired in a unique way. But that gift can often strain relationships. I’ve seen it firsthand while working with New York Times bestselling authors and Grammy-winning musicians. If you love a highly creative person, you probably experience moments when it seems like they live in … Continue reading 20 Things Only Highly Creative People Would Understand
IN THE SPOTLYGHT FEATURE MAGAZINE PRESENTS… QSHAN DEYA! Kellis Quashie is a vocalist, musician, producer, arranger, songwriter and recording artiste. ‘Jah humble servant’ as he calls himself was born Kellis Quashie of Sugar Hill, Union Island in St. Vincent and the Grenadines…. His professional career began in 1999 in Brooklyn, New York where he recorded his first single titled Journey. In 2001 his debut album … Continue reading QShan Deya The Volcano Trumpet