Post Archive

July 2013

Happenings On The Edge

    Bowden Pen Farmers Association presents “Ancestral Memories, A Valley Sinting” in honour of our African Ancestors. Immerse yourself in nature, the sights, sounds and taste of Freedom. When: Emancipation Day August 1, 2013 At Ambassabeth Cabins Bowden Pen, Upper Rio Grande Valley – Portland/St. Thomas 10:00 a.m. to Midnight  

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MusicZincbeats

Green Lion’s innovative reggae dubstep project, the Rough Road Riddim, featuring Jahdan Blakkamoore, Chronixx, Kabaka Pyramid, Dre Island, Zamunda and Cronsyncro is out today. BUY ON ITUNES Award-winning producer Zeke Stern, aka Green Lion, responsible for OkayPlayer/LargeUp’s #5 Top UK Dancehall Tune in 2012 (“We Run England” performed by Mr

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ArtHappening on the Edge 2013

  Here’s an update from Jamaican artist, Robin Clare on her recently opened show in Sydney, Australia. “It went really well, was loads of fun on the night and sold many paintings which was brilliant. There is an amazing response and interest in Jamaican culture over here which resulted in

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Worth A Visit

  The Spanish-Jamaican Foundation (SJF) and the Jamaica National Heritage Trust  (JNHT) join forces tomorrow, July 12, to formally open the New Seville Exhibit, a world class Jamaican heritage site which further illustrates  Seville’s place in Jamaica’s rich history. The opening will see international representatives and members of the Seville community treated to the

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Art

    If you happen to be in Sydney, Australia, check out the opening night of a solo exhibition by Jamaican artist Robin Clare at the Black Penny on Tuesday July 9th, 2013 at 6pm. Dub, reggae and dancehall tunes will be supplied by Sydney based DJ Louis Basslines with

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Dance

  L’ACADCO: A United Caribbean Dance Force is celebrating its 30th anniversary with a year of activities. Here’s a review of their season this past weekend at tallawahmagazine. The company began with 12 dancers and  now have 16 females, 9 males and 9 stilt walkers. Several dancers have moved on to

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