|Summer hot, Christmas cold - Mid-year productions lead Actor Boy Awards nominations
NOMINATIONS ARE not necessarily indicative of popularity with the masses. Even so, the recently announced Actor Boy Awards nominations for 2005 is at least whispering, if not actually yelling, that the current fare of plays may have failed to be...
When the sun rose on reggae
THE ORIGINAL Reggae Sunsplash brought persons from all around the world to Jamaica to partake in the annual reggae festival to see the likes of Burning Spear, Jimmy Cliff, Peter Tosh, Ziggy Marley and many others.
New hands on Sunsplash
SINCE THE imminent return of Reggae Sunsplash, there has been controversy as to who owns the name of the festival, as those who started it have alleged that those currently involved took it over unfairly.
THERE IS a new Reggae Sunsplash in town. Not only is it the first staging of the event since 1997 in Ocho Rios, St. Ann, but it has a new venue and new sponsors.
Young deejays remember when
THE ARTS have long been used to comment on and chronicle current events and this is no less the case in Jamaica.
Alton Ellis for Hall of Fame
JAMAICAN ARTISTES and producers are once again being recognised for their work by their international peers.