Category: Entertainment

Calabash 2018 – Lit Up and Woke !

Every two years, Jamaicans young and young-at-heart flock to Jake’s in Treasure Beach for the Calabash International Literary Festival. There’s always something for everyone, no matter their ages or taste, but this year’s staging—from June 1-3—promises to be one of

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Three Times Jamaica Featured In Beychella

It was a historic set from the first black woman to headline the Coachella music festival. Beyonce didn’t just make history; she paid homage to it through an unmatchable performance. The American entertainer turned the April 2018 staging of Coachella

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10 Reasons Why You Should diG #KBF2018

Kingston Book Festival 2018 has officially begun, and we diG what is happening 100%! The eight-day celebration of Jamaica’s literary industry with a strategic focus on promoting literacy and reading in a festive environment, runs from March 4-11, 2018. It  includes

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The Wait Is Over. Sting and Shaggy’s new single that premiered in Jamaica is here

The epic collaboration of international rock star Sting and reggae and dancehall superstar Shaggy is finally here. Titled, ‘Don’t Make Me Wait’, the song was performed for the first time ever in Jamaica at the biennial Shaggy and Friends Benefit concert, an initiative of

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The Rebel Salute Round-Up: Who Was Hot & Who Was Not

The umbrellas they used to shelter from the rain in the night were the same umbrellas they used to shelter from the sun in the morning going on to afternoon. Two days of real roots reggae and skanking drew to

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10 Historical Facts About Rebel Salute

In 2018, Rebel Salute celebrates its 25th anniversary.  It has evolved from an annual one-night ‘birthnight bash’ at Fayor’s Entertainment Centre in Mandeville to a globally recognised cultural event, attracting major local sponsors. Here are 10 historic facts about this sensational

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What is An Entertainment Zone in Jamaica?

What are entertainment zones? According to the Jamaica Information Service (JIS), Entertainment zones are areas in which any legal entertainment and sports activity can be staged any time of day or night unhindered, as long as the organisers are mindful

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