In only its third week of showing, Jeremy Whittaker's ground-breaking film Destiny created history when Palace Amusement Cinemas reported
The Paint Jamaica team is serious about continuing the project in 2015.
Her wittiness and fierce originality not only brought laughter into the lives of countless Jamaicans in and around the diaspora, but also
A legal battle is brewing among the children of late reggae icon, Peter Tosh.
The Marley Natural deal announced earlier last month has again been thrust into the spotlight.
The spirit of giving was alive inside the Karl Hendrickson Auditorium on Old Hope Road recently, as The United Way of Jamaica (UWJ) stage
The first annual Euphoria charity concert, put on by dancehall artiste Mr Vegas, was staged on Sunday at the LIME Golf Academy, New Kings
When the year started, Susan Williams, a young lady hailing from Portland, was relatively unknown to the rest of the island.
By now, many are well aware of Lee 'Scratch' Perry's Grammy nomination for the Best Reggae Album of 2014.
She gave her final perfor-mance on 'The Voice' stage on Tuesday night as the curtains came down on her time in the international singing
The 70th birthday for late reggae icon Bob Marley is fast-approaching and there are already several plans in place to celebrate the legen
Heavy rains on Wednesday afternoon threatened to put a halt to 'Christmas in the City' plans as the highly anticipated KSAC Christmas Tre
When they started in July 2014, their main aim was to establish a relationship among art, talent, and society, with the purpose of transf
For those who may have been disappointed by Jamaica-born singer Anita Antoinette's elimination from The Voice a few weeks ago, there may
AFTER TWO failed auditions, the third time proved to be the charm for Jamaican dancer Benton Morris, who finally realised his dream of be
"The Marley Natural deal must be publicly opposed," says veteran entertainer Bunny Wailer.
“He’s smiling at what’s really happening right now.” Those were the words of Cedella Marley, daughter of the late reggae legend Bob Marle
Corporate giants Red Stripe are taking their 'Drink Right' campaign very seriously with a number of new initiatives surrounding the proje
Her 'Voice' journey may have come to an end, but Jamaica-born singer Anita Antoinette is now more determined than ever to make it in the
The dancehall space and culture is often met with heavy resistance
and immense negativity by
Intermittent showers threatened to put a damper on the festivities at the grand finale of CB Chicken's Pan Chicken Championships, but des
As part of his mandate as Jamaica's poet
Reggae and Jamaica have been inextricably linked since its origin in the 1960s.
Melbourne Douglas, more popularly known in the entertainment sphere as 'dBurnz', is an up-and-coming roots reggae artiste.
Held at the Cathedral of the Most Holy Trinity in Kingston, yesterday's funeral for Jamaican popular music legend John Kenneth Holt was f