Some bad news for reggae bands and fans alike as the San Diego County Fair organizers cancel a reggae festival as part of their line up for this year. Read more at signonsandiego.com.
Peter Ferguson launched his book, ChangeMakers in Florida this past weekend. The launch featured an exhibition of photographs by Peter Ferguson, one of the best photographers in Jamaica at present, and unquestionably the best portraitist.
Photo contribed by www.christopherspenn.com Dog For A Day! Yipee! I’m a dog for the day! Other dogs please come out and play. We’ll play ball and tug-o-war, We can’t play with my shoe because it tore. After all this excitement we’ll have a drink, Fron the highest point in
Last night KOTE presented an eclectic group of short films at Redbones demonstrating that Jamaica’s film industry is alive and well. The night which was hosted and curated by David Morrison presented films which were well produced for the most part and ranged from one minute to thirty minutes in
Featuring music by Collin Hines and artists, Stefan Clarke, Philip Clayton, Kori Solomon and Marcel Messan. Poetry by Sajjoya Alcott and dance by Morekeia Isaccs. More about BNM – BNM Fuses Music and Art
The “Pimento Players”, a revived string quartet, led by Peter Ashbourne, performed at “Music is Sacred”, a concert in the KOTE series this past Sunday June 21 at the Shaare Shalom Synagogue on Duke Street.