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Bunny Wailer, Professors Beckles, Shepherd to address Regional Reparations Conference

Bunny-WailerGeorgetown, Guyana - Professors Sir Hilary Beckles and Verene Shepherd, as well as famed Jamaican reggae artiste Bunny Wailer, are among those who are expected to make presentations at the three-day Regional Conference on Reparations which began in St. Vincent and the Grenadines on Sunday.

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GUYANA - Digicel changes horse race date following concerns by Guyanese groups

gregory-deanIn the wake of concerns by several African Guyanese organisations about a horse race meet being scheduled for August 1-Emancipation Day- Digicel (Guyana) on Thursday announced that it would be rescheduling the equestrian event to later next month.

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Culture Ministry to Establish National Museum of the Jamaican People

lisa hanna3June 18, 2013: Minister of Youth and Culture, the Hon. Lisa Hanna says a rebranded and revitalized National Museum of the Jamaican People is to be opened in Kingston and Montego Bay.

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Broadcaster Ken Williams Recieves New York Legend Award.

kenwilliamsJamaica's HOT 102 FM Chief Executive Officer,  legendary broadcaster Ken Williams, was recently recognized for his work when he received the ‘New York Legend Award’ at the Irie Jam Radio 20th Anniversary in April of this year.

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11-year-old son of Kittitian music icon makes name for himself in the U.S.

kenijah georgesBASSETERRE, St. Kitts, 12th June 2013 - In a musical genre dominated by musicians five times his age, an 11-year-old from Binghamton is making his mark. According to Channel 12 WBNG Action News, Kenijah Georges, (son of St. Kitts’ music icon and composer of the National Anthem, Mr. Kenrick Georges,) has been playing the saxophone for just a few years, but he's already hitting a note with seasoned jazz professionals.

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Yusseff Ahmed’s Political Message with Musical Flair

CD-cover-of-CirclesSinger and composer Yusseff Ahmed strips the musical genre of rapso from its signature gritty and grim appeal, injecting a joie de vivre that seeps through every rendition. His protest songs are imbued with hope. Fatalism and calamitous showdowns are shelved.

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Skatalites saxophonists, Cedric “Im” Brooks, has died

cedric brooksOne of Jamaica's noted saxophonists, Cedric “Im” Brooks, has died. He was 70 years old.

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Caribbean Jazz Great Returns To Premier NY Jazz Club

Monty Alexander3CaribPR, NEW YORK, NY, May 2, 2013: Birdland Jazz Club will be springing to life this May, as Grammy-nominated artist Monty Alexander and his Grammy-nominated band, The Harlem Kingston Express, returns with their foot-tapping, hip swinging Caribbean infused jazz.

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Robyn Rihanna Fenty’s journey to stardom

rhianna4Born on February 20, 1988 in St. Michael, Barbados, Robyn Rihanna Fenty—the incredibly popular pop star you know today—was actually a shy child who found an outlet through singing and performing for her friends.

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