You can check out CHR LIVE today, July 17th at Christopher’s, 20-22 Trinidad Terrace, New Kingston. Showtime: 7:30 pm Admission: $400 This event is highly recommended!! If you’re new to YardEdge, please sign up for YardEdge updates. Thanks for visiting!
Bookophilia, a new bookstore/internet cafe opened in Kingston recently. Selling books, magazines, music, art and other assorted items, Bookophilia is a welcome and overdue “new model” bookstore that has long been common in other international cities. Located at 92 Hope Road, just below Liguanea, Bookophilia is a cozy, intimate space
Farenheit in Brussels: Part 1 Jamaican dancehall-soul artist, Farenheit recently performed in Brussels, Belgium as part of the promotional activities for his new single, “Hit ‘Em” (with Sean Paul and Jigzagula). Check out videos of Farenheit and Jigzagula (Jason Henriques), beginning with them conducting a radio interview with Contact RNB
Rootz Underground (along with Outlaw Nation) will be opening for international reggae superstars Israel Vibration on Saturday, July 12 at The Graduate in San Luis Obispo, California. Israel Vibration members, Jamaicans Cecil Spence (Skelly) and Lascelle Bulgin (Wiss) have been playing together for some 30 years having met as children
Suzanne Couch (Jamaican songstress and celebrity chef) is having a long overdue session at her house in Jack’s Hill, Kingston AKA “the Fault Line”. Naming the session a “dub party” she explains, “I decided to have a Dub party as I feel that Dub music has been such an integral
Crimson Heart Replica performing at Chilito’s Restaurant in Kingston What are Kingston’s TOP 5 hot spots for something a little different? What do you think? Post a comment or email us your TOP 5 to firstname.lastname@example.org. So far, we like, Chilito’s-finally good “Ja-Mexican” food in town and their live music
Winscents, Candle making, Jamaican entrepreneurs, new business
Saffron Kingston on the Edge (KOTE) closed on Saturday with a mixed media presentation of music, poetry, screen play reading, and art presented by an eclectic mix of young artists. The venue was the new bookstore on Hope Road, Bookophilia which opened recently (and is really worth a visit-more on