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Jamaica Gleaner Entertainment
published: Monday | June 12, 2006

Fashionweek Struts off to a blast
CFW NIGHT ONE - FRIDAY NIGHT'S main show at Caribbbean Fashionweek got off to a late but scintillating start with a sizzling opening number. POSH PUNK - Anthony Cumberbatch's Posh Punk collection visibly lifted the mood and captured the attention...

JCDC finalist Ruddy Thomas dies on stage
TRAGEDY STRUCK on the weekend when one of the ten finalists in this year's Jamaica Cultural Development Popular Song Competition (JCDC), Ruddy Thomas, collapsed and died while performing on stage at the Popular Song Street Blocker...


Cars cruises to big box-office finish
LOS ANGELES (AP): THE ANIMATED comedy Cars raced to first place at the weekend box office with a $62.8 million debut, maintaining the Disney-Pixar cartoon brand's undefeated record with a seventh straight hit.


'Passion of the Christ' most controversial movie ever
NEW YORK (AP): MEL GIBSON's The Passion of the Christ ranks as the most controversial film of all time, according to Entertainment Weekly. The magazine ranks the 25 films that have most shocked, disgusted and divided moviegoers...


Fashion with flair
PULSE'S CARIBBEAN Fashionweek displayed an authentic West Indies flair, showcasing rainbows of light, ready-to-wear designs on Night Two at the National Indoor Sports Arena Last Saturday.


Irie ban stands
IT'S BEEN six months since Irie FM decided to implement a ban on all songs containing beeps to conceal curse words, and from the looks of things, they are sticking to their guns. Brian Schmidt, marketing manager at Irie FM, says since they ceased...




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