A 'new man' at the piano - Philip Newman speaks about the long journey to his first recital

Philip Newman may now be able to add 'concert pianist' to the long and varied list of occupations he has had over the years. The list includes bicycle courier, truck driver, farmer, piano dealer, piano rebuilder and tuner, and construction project manager.

'A Dance for Grace' misses a step

An American film with dancehall at the centre of its plot premiered Tuesday night at the Courtleigh Auditorium in New Kingston. Local dancers and American actors came out to support the film, which received a sceptical response from its viewers.

Sharpening up for round two - C-Sharp set to release second album next year

It is a more mature and developed C-Sharp band that will be bringing a whole new sound to their sophomore album, The Invitation, next year.

SOS Children's Village, the belle of the ball

Supporting a cause that is very dear to her heart, Michele Rollins, CEO of the Rose Hall Development Limited, will be hosting the Rose Hall Holiday Ball to aid the SOS Children's Village in Barrett Town, St James.

Story of the song - 'Tribal War' shaped from newspaper article

Earl 'Little Roy' Lowe had the start of Tribal War, the enduring reggae song celebrating peace between battling factions, in his head for about a year before a newspaper article sparked the lines which he used to complete it.

Company Dance Theatre has exciting season

Tony Wilson's recorded voice shook with emotion as he introduced a very special dance at the Little Theatre last Sunday night. The dance, Rooted ... in the Spirit, had been choreographed by Wilson as a tribute to the late Rex Nettleford, artistic director of the National Dance Theatre company (NDTC).

'Pirates of the Caribbean' chooses Pulse's Sanya Hughes

Pulse International model Sanya Hughes has landed a role in a major blockbuster, as one of the most successful movie franchises in the industry is marking its fourth installment - Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides.

JCDC builds 'cultural hub'

The Jamaica Cultural Development Commission (JCDC) has dubbed its new website 'a cultural hub'. The website was launched last week at the Ardenne High School. According to the JCDC, the initiative is part of an ongoing rebranding and overall strategic plan currently being implemented by the agency.

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