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May 2011

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House music lovers and dance floor fiends, be on your guard – Stereo Massive, Jamaica’s premiere house music production and dj duo, will be at your service this Thursday, May 19th 2011, at Nowhere at the Devon House Pub!

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The first Asante Adonai Literary¬†Lyme will be held this Sunday, May 22 in Winefield, St. Ann to help raise awareness of the importance of a literary culture and the importance of being well-read. Created in the wake of Calabash’s demise, the Lyme’s organizer Leachim Semaj hopes it will engender goodwill

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  Here’s an example of some creative marketing by the Jamaica Tourist Board which staged a Flash Mob in Union Square, NYC on May 9. JTB gave New Yorkers a taste of Jamaica featuring an exclusive dance remix of Ziggy Marley’s “Jamaica In My Head”. The flash mob commemorated Marley

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If you’re in New York City on a Thursday night and looking for some Jamaican flavoured night life then Brand New Machine at the Happy Endings Lounge in the East Village is the place to be. BNM is well known to Kingstonians as the long running Wednesday night at Fiction-

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EntrepreneursFashion

  Heneka Watkis is CEO and Director of Marketing for a new Jamaican line, Patwa Apparel. YardEdge caught up with Heneka recently to find out what Patwa is all about… YardEdge: What is Patwa all about? Heneka: Patwa focuses on the richness and depth of the cultures existing within the

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Music

  Sounds of Life (SO((U))L) will be hosting a series of public discussions and presentations in Emancipation Park called Sound Culture University. Sound Culture University focuses on understanding the relationship between music, society and culture. The gathering provides an alternative space for music lovers, artist, producers, and musicians, to engage

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Environment

The following is by a concerned Jamaican Mr. Marc Goodman. One of the Caribbean’s most spectacular and tranquil natural sites, Jamaica’s Blue Lagoon has long been abandoned to touts, illegal activity and decay, but is now being developed (most recent being a large artificial beach on its shores, the site

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