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During the third annual Peter Tosh Tribute Concert held at the Pulse Complex on Trafalgar Road on Saturday, some young reggae acts voiced their support for the legalisation of the recreational use of cannabis.With Canada recently becoming the second...

Hope River turned pink as it flowed through Half-Way Tree, St Andrew, on Friday night when Agent Sasco delivered the final performance to top off a powerful evening of testimonies by women and music by men in support of the fight against breast...

Come next February, Orange Street will get a facelift when Rockers International Records rolls out its refurbished building under the name Rockers International Vinyls and Museum. The historical site, founded by veteran reggae singer Horace '...

Reggae artiste Bushman, who on Thursday night walked away with the Stepping Razor Award at the Peter Tosh Awards Gala, says he plans to use the accolade as motivation to continue making good music."When I entered the music industry 23 years ago, it...

Not many operas demand as much from actors as Giuseppe Verdi's Aida. Portraying the complexity of a brutally realistic love triangle that corresponds equally with obligations to public duty can be a daunting task. But that was not the case for...

As a contestant in the Digicel Rising Stars competition, one of the weekly tasks for the contestants in the top 10 is campaigning for votes. For Diel, visiting secondary schools was part of his strategy to not only increase his chances of moving on...

Tarrus Riley has been a force to be reckoned with in the music industry, both locally and internationally. The superstar comes from a musical background, as his father, the late Jimmy Riley, was a well-respected entertainer. Having grown up in a...

Niambe McIntosh was five years old when her father, reggae icon Peter Tosh, was shot and killed. For her, his memory lives on in the stories her mother and nine siblings shared with her as a child."Being his youngest child, I don't have many...

The memory of the late reggae icon, Peter Tosh, is deeply rooted in his community of Belmont in Westmoreland, where people continue to sing his praises more than three decades after his passing."His name is as big as Bob Marley, because the songs he...

Social issues were highlighted by two productions mounted in the corporate Area over the weekend: Ancestral Shadows at the Philip Sherlock Centre for the Creative Arts (PSCCA) at the University of the West Indies, Mona, and Natasha Gordon's debut...
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