|Truckback hauls music only
Making music from the back of a truck seems like a notion straight out of a strange cartoon, but for the Locke brothers of Truckback Productions it's a regular day at work.
Kerry-Ann Collins a fresh 'Morning Mint'
Kerry-Ann Collins has been spreading Jamaican culture via the radio show The Morning Mint, which she co-hosts on Roadblock Radio in New Jersey, USA.
'Double Barrel' takes twin shots at overseas charts
The man sitting on a bench at Devon House, St. Andrew, with the long fingers of one hand holding a digital recorder smiles as he tells The Sunday Gleaner "Ansell Collins a de firs' man go on the Billboard chart with a deejay and instrumental.
NDTC opens 46th season
The National Dance Theatre Company's (NDTC) 46th Season of Dance opened with a richly varied repertoire of dance-works, including premieres and highly acclaimed masterworks, yesterday.
14 'Sunna' pages in Marie Claire
Pulse's Cosmo cover girl, Sunna Gottshalk, is currently featured in a 14-page main fashion editorial for this month's Marie Claire, which is now on newsstands.
A song for Mandela
Members of the London African Gospel Choir, the Vox Choir and a Manchester Indie band are smiling this week after recording a birthday song for former South African president Nelson Mandela.
'Speechfest' something to talk about
The Jamaica Cultural Development Commission's 'Speechfest' on Thursday, July 17, at the Ranny Williams Entertainment Centre, featured the best of the best entrants in this year's festival.
Wal-Mart bans 'racist' comic book
Retail giant Wal-Mart, which owns Asda, has removed a comic which features a black boy with the face of a monkey from its shelves after angry complaints.
Lloyd loves life and soul
United States R&B singer Lloyd loves music, loves London and loves life, as Russell Myrie finds out."I love my life," says an overly animated Lloyd on the phone from Atlanta,...
Military museum marches to music
The Jamaican Military Museum and Library, under the auspices of the Jamaica Defence Force (JDF), is to host its inaugural concert, 'A Dream Before Freedom', featuring renowned international soprano Abigail Kelly.