Coverage of Marley-Cannabis deal under investigation

The Marley Natural deal announced earlier last month has again been thrust into the spotlight. This time, a BBC Radio programme is being accused of 'glamourising' drug use based on its coverage of the deal involving the famous reggae family.

No ID, no entry!

As patrons get ready to storm the grounds of Caymanas Estate for the staging of the highly anticipated event, Major Lazer in concert, on Friday, organisers are issuing an appeal to all, that they must travel with proper identification.

Norman Manley law students search for 'Justice'

Justice was put on stilts on Sunday. In a production titled Silk: Wanted Justice, staged for the Norman Manley Law School Students' Association (NMLSSA) annual fundraiser, the well-thought-out play was loaded with satire and bawdy humour.

Jamaica Praise Chorale brings band sound to gospel

A new and exciting performing and recording group is about to emerge on the Jamaican gospel musical landscape, comprising some of the island's most talented singers and musicians.

Escape to Live in New Kgn

As roots reggae increases in popularity and receives more support, promoter Desmond 'Hard Earz' Steele says now is the perfect time to host Escape To Live, an event he conceptualised years ago.

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