Decline in Trinis travelling to Barbados
Trinidad Guardian

T&T remains the largest regional source market of visitors to Barbados, although statistics are showing a steady decline in T&T to Barbados travel over the past three years. Vicky Chandler, director for Caribbean...

Joy ride
Nation News

IT WAS AN OCCASION to learn while having fun for scores of children at the Usain Bolt Sports Complex, as they took part in the Toy Rush Kids Carnival produced by Creative Fun Xpress yesterday. Director...

Arts Centre In Dockyard Hosts Tranquillity Show
Bernews

The Bermuda Arts Centre at Dockyard will be hosting “Tranquillity“ featuring work from some of Bermuda’s leading artists with the show opening today [Aug 30] and running until September 25th. A spokesperson...

‘Constipated Cat’ Book Promotes Healthy Living
Bernews

Using rhymes, verses and vibrant illustrations, author Dena Enice is teaching young readers about the importance of healthy eating for themselves and their pets, showing the consequences of an unhealthy diet with her book...

Pre-Labour Day Old School Jam Set For Sept 4
Bernews

Goodtyme Entertainment is getting set to present the Pre-Labour Day Old School Jam, with entertainment to be provided by soul band The U-Fonics and The Blues Beat Band, on Friday, September 4 at Bootsie’s at The...

Tizzy represents in Belgium
Antigua Observer

Antilliaanse Feesten. You may not have heard of it unless you’re a seasoned world traveller or a music festival buff but the two-day event is one of the world’s premier summer music events and this year Antigua...

Albino and proud
Jamaica Observer

KINSHASA, DR Congo (AFP) - Albinos gathered Friday in the Democratic Republic of Congo's capital Kinshasa for a first-of-its-kind festival to celebrate a minority that suffers rampant persecution in Africa.

Garth Dennis goes back to Trench Town
Jamaica Observer

Garth Dennis belongs to a select group of reggae artistes who have been members of two successful groups. In his case, Black Uhuru and the Wailing Souls. Dennis, 64, takes the spotlight on Trenchtown 19 3rd Street, his...

Supa Dups wants to keep Carib music mainstream
Jamaica Observer

GRAMMY-WINNING Jamaican music producer Supa Dups has taken the ambitious task of finding a permanent home for Caribbean music in mainstream America. "Where reggae is concerned, it is not as big as it could be because the...

Pitch perfect
Jamaica Observer

Come October 19, National Heroes Day, Gooden will be among the thoes receiving the Order of Distinction in the rank of officer (OD) for her outstanding contribution to music and elocution in Jamaica. Gooden, who was born...

Rodolph Austin lands contract in Denmark
Jamaica Gleaner

Reggae Boyz captain Rodolph Austin has reason to smile again.The 30-year-old midfielder, who led Jamaica to a historic runner-up position in last month's Gold Cup tournament and who saw one of his greatest highs followed...

Glastonbury sends abandoned rubber boots to Calais migrants
Jamaica Observer

LONDON, United Kingdom (AFP) — Hundreds of pairs of rubber boots left behind by music fans who attended Britain's Glastonbury music festival have been donated to migrants in Calais, organisers said Friday.

What they said after the Reggae tour
Jamaica Observer

THE six-hour Spirit of Reggae tour, which is a part of the Jamaica Urban Transit Company's (JUTC) Kingston City Tour, was viewed by those who went on it as a great experience and worth the time.

A JUTC bus tour laced with the spirit of Marley
Jamaica Observer

FROM the tenement yards of Trench Town to the studios of Tuff Gong Records, patrons both young and old aboard the Jamaica Urban Transit Company (JUTC) Kingston City Spirit of Reggae Tour were recently given a truly...

AL GILKES: Home away from home
Nation News

FROM MY VERY FIRST TASTE of Trini carnival 25 years ago and the forging of some very close friendships that became more like family ties, I have always considered the twin-island republic my second home...

Ochi's top summer parties
Jamaica Gleaner

With the summer winding down for this year, the plethora of shows are at an end, and today we look back at some of the top shows in the Ocho Rios region, in terms of crowd attendance, during the period.Beach parties, as...

Sandz heads to Ochi today
Jamaica Gleaner

The 'Ultimate Beach Chill' party, Sandz, returns for another epic event today. Supreme Events, promoters of the highly anticipated party, decided to bring the cooler event to the wider Jamaica as all roads lead to Ocho...

Record labels just as vital as the music
Jamaica Gleaner

To the average record fan or record collector, a record label is nothing more than a circular piece of paper attached to the record, that gives information about the recording. The information normally ranges from the...

New TV show for Diaram
Jamaica Gleaner

Local TV host/producer Saudicka Diaram has left CVM TV and is now taking her talent to Television Jamaica, where she now hosts and produces a new talk show called 'The Saudicka Diaram Show'. The show is aired on Saturdays...

Pressure buss pipe - and tune
Jamaica Gleaner

There have been many chuckles and imitations of Justin Gatlin's break from form at the track and field World Championships in Beijing, China, at the end of the 100m and 200m sprints. With a hand coming up and over his...

Underrated ... despite hard work, dedication
Jamaica Gleaner

There have always been talk about underrated dancehall artistes and why they have not been able to make a big enough impact in the industry to remain relevant and on top. Following recent comments made by dancehall...

Roxy J eliminated on Gospel Night
Jamaica Star

Viewers were left wondering if it was an act of God why 'Gospel Chick' Roxy J was eliminated on 'Gospel Night', the night that she was expected to shine.

RDX CDS mistaken for gun
Jamaica Star

A performance by dancehall duo RDX at Island Rave in San Fernando, Trinidad, last Saturday was marred by an unpleasant encounter with the Trinidadian authorities.

Freedom Fighters back for fourth edition
Royal Gazette

Labour Day being just around the proverbial corner, we feel it is most timely to reveal that wheels are in motion for yet another edition of my book FREEDOM FIGHTERS, subtitled From Monk to Mazumbo. This will be the...

Bridge a squeeze to get your attention
Royal Gazette

As we get closer to September the bridge addicts will be feeling slightly more comfortable as it is a signal that the fall season is not far away. The summer is always a tough time for those who like to play often and in...

Wescome revels in teaching Gods word
Royal Gazette

Growing up in the foster care system, Dwayne Wescome sometimes felt like he was unloved, unwanted and abandoned. Then he developed a close relationship with God, which proved to him otherwise. The 30-year-old recently...

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