Red Stripe Stages Live Show To Support Music Training
Michael Rose from Black Uhuru Red Stripe hosted its “Learning for Life: Project Artist” concert on Saturday, March 28th 2009 at Sabina Park in Kingston. “Learning for Life” is a worldwide Diageo programme which trains young people in retailing, hospitality, tourism and the arts, and the “Project Artist” component focuses
UWI Panoridim Steel Orchestra Presents “The Art of Steel” Today
“The Art of Steel” is a a musical recital being held today at 6pm at the Phillip Sherlock Centre for the Creative Arts, UWI. It will showcase music composed by twentieth century Caribbean composers.
Calabash Back On!
Good sense prevails. Calabash has received the necessary funding to stage its international literary festival this year after being cancelled due to lack of financial support. Read more at the Jamaica Observer
Spur Tree Lounge Celebrates One Year Anniversary
Video provided by filmmaker Fury Young and Spur Tree Lounge In a city where food lovers have a choice of nearly 25,000 restaurants to choose from, ‘making it’ in the restaurant industry in New York City is like winning a small lottery.
Calabash International Literary Festival 09 Cancelled
Due to lack of corporate and government support, the Calabash International Literary Festival has been canceled for this year. Photo by Filipe Ferreira The organizers say they need to find US$30,000 to make the event happen this year…if anyone can help please contact the Calabash oganizers at Jake’s Hotel. Read
Jamaica Vibes On Tonight
Live music continues in Kingston tonight at Weekenz with Jamaica Vibes featuring the New Kingston Band, Raquel Jones and Hezron.
Cockpit Country- A Global Treasure
Cockpit Country, Trelawny Did you know that Jamaica’s Cockpit Country… Has one of the world’s most remarkable levels of environmental biodiversity
Farenheit Celebrates Birthday At Brand New Machine
Featuring DJ Narity, DJ Courtney & ZJ Elektra + Special Guest Selecta JIGZAG
Wispful Thinking Presents a “Night of Creative Vibes”
Featuring Robert Toby Grant’s Experimental Art Installation and other “experimental” performances by