When Krazy Kris, who plays on KOOL FM, decided to put on an all-soul music party in 2008, it seemed that many thought his disc jock's moniker was all too real. "A portion of people bun it out, say it can't work," he said.
Today. Jah Bouks, Mystikal Revolution and Adahzeh are live at Redbones Blues Café, 1 Argyle Rd, New Kgn. Showtime 9:30 p.m.
It is not only the party series' track record that he is depending on, but also the disc jockey line-up of himself, Collin Hines and Señor Daley.
As October prepares to exit and November gets set to enter the stage that is Jamaican life, one thing we can't complain of is a lack of top-class dance, drama and music.
IOJ celebrates Nettleford, Chevannes. The Institute of Jamaica (IOJ) celebrates Heritage Month with a two-day symposium to honour Professors Rex Nettleford and Barry Chevannes under the theme 'Two of a Mind:
Three media personalities took time off from their jobs behind microphones and in front of cameras to perform in the first of Blue Essence Tuesday Nite Live with Professionals' Series.
Kellie Magnus, founder and editorial director of Jackmandora, a Caribbean children's media company, will conduct a workshop focusing on writing picture books, early readers and chapter books for early-childhood and primary markets.
A Streetcar Named Desire is the hottest theatre ticket of 2014.