A legal battle is brewing among the children of late reggae icon, Peter Tosh. Earlier this week, news broke that the offspring of the famous singer have been at odds surrounding a lump sum of over US$2 million in royalties from his estate.
Her wittiness and fierce originality not only brought laughter into the lives of countless Jamaicans in and around the diaspora, but also made her a standout act in the theatre industry.
On Friday night, Sting will be staged yet again at its longstanding home, Jamworld in Portmore, St Catherine. This year's renewal is an adjustment to the accustomed format, as organisers Supreme Promotions have announced a two in one all-night affair.
It has become a tradition that the people of Pineapple in Ocho Rios have looked forward to with great anticipation each Christmas Day.
Christmas was particularly special in the life of the late great female singing sensation, Phyllis Dillon, as she was born in the midst of the Christmas and New Year's celebrations.
The Kidney Support Foundation of Jamaica recently used entertainment to raise funds for patients suffering from kidney-related illnesses. The event took the shape of a movie premiere, as the foundation invited parents, the corporate community and general movie goers to share in the excitement for a worthy cause.
It was sheer surprise while comfortably sitting inside popular New York restaurant, The Door, to see well-known Jamaican actor, Stede 'Jooky Jam' Flash walk over to a table with a notepad to take the order of other guests.
'Untamed' is the theme for Bacchanal 2015, which will kick off at the Mas Camp on Saturday, January 3, with a mix of outstanding Caribbean entertainers - Vincentian soca artiste Skinny Fabulous, Back2Basics from Trinidad, and Jamaica's Sanjay - who will give revellers a taste of what they can expect between February 20 and April 12 when the party climaxes with the road march in Kingston.
Head east out of Kingston, past the city's industrial waterfront and Norman Manley International Airport, and you'll come upon the community of Eight Miles in Bull Bay.
St Catherine's youth outfit, 'Crawle's Advancement Through Education and Sustainable development' C.A.T.E.S, is gearing up to host a carol service at the Riversdale Community Centre in St Catherine this evening.