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Jamaica Gleaner Entertainment
published: Sunday | November 6, 2005

RATED 'R' FOR REALITY
OVER THE past two years, a number of locally made reality shows have hit Jamaican television. Some have been dismissed as mere knock-offs of the American 'name-brand' originals, while others have found their niche in a competitive market.

'Bad man' in the pink
PINK IS in and it has managed to work its way across gender lines. Every shade of pink ever imaginable, from those that are dusky to those that are baby-like in hue, is unapologetically, unabashedly in. Once considered the girliest of...


Donations leave good feeling
AS THEY rise from ghetto hardships to the comfortable lifestyle that success in music brings, some artistes are aware of the importance of giving back to their communities and helping the less fortunate.


Ossie D and Stevie G cover career
OSSIE D ended up lying onstage singing three Fridays ago. It was not a slip of his nimble feet and neither were there any slips of the tongue, as he kept singing Roy Shirley style, facing the audience, while his musical partner, Stevie G, kept on...

















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