The lovable lunatic of calypso, Crazy has finally had enough of being denied the National Calypso Monarch title of Trinidad aTobago. He has declared that he is sitting out Carnival 2010, staying away from everything to do with the festival next year, and possibly forever.
As plans are finalized for the ninth staging of the Reggae Marathon, Half Marathon and 10K in Negril on December 5, the Jamdammers Running Club of Kingston, organizers of the event has announced that Rohan Marley, son of the iconic Bob Marley will be among the VIP participants. An avid football player and entrepreneur, Rohan Marley, co-founder of the organically Blue Mountain grown “Marley Coffee” will be joining participants from other countries as… Continue
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UK PM Gordon Brown and French President Nicolas Sarkozy have proposed a multi-billion-dollar fund to help developing nations deal with climate change. Mr Brown said the $10bn (£6bn) fund should also be used to help developing nations cut greenhouse gas emissions.
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Jamaica's shrine to permissive indulgence, NEGRIL has metamorphosed from deserted fishing beach to full-blown resort town in little over two decades. American hippies first started visiting what was then a virgin paradise in the 1970s, setting the tone for today's free-spirited attitude, but these days, the presence of deliberately risqué resorts like the infamous Hedonism II has ensured that Negril is widely perceived as a place where inhibitions are… Continue
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Pulse made history at this year's Caribbean Model Search (CMS) when it named 24-year-old University of the West Indies student Tka Briscoe as its first Full Figure Fashion model winner. Full figured songstress, Timberlee, introduced the full figure models to the runway. The inaugural competition generated extensive interest from plus-size potentials across the Caribbean and, in response; Pulse announced that it would be launching the Caribbean's first… Continue
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The shores of Cape Town South Africa will be graced with the beauty of the dynamic Jamaican, Yendi Phillipps. Miss Jamaica World 2007 and Digicel Rising Stars host will be following her dream and pursuing a career in modeling, at the prestigious Base Model Agency in Cape Town.
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Sports Illustrated will announce its choice for Sportsman of the Year on Nov. 30. Here's one of the nominations for that honor by an SI writer.
Saint Lucia's Governor General Dame Pearlette Louisy started the spelling bee which saw students from across the island take part. In the end Clendon Mason took the top spot.
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Monte-Carlo – During the celebrations of the World Athletics Gala hosted by International Athletic Foundation (IAF) Honorary President HSH Prince Albert II of Monaco and IAF & IAAF President Lamine Diack in the Salle des Etoiles of the Sporting Club d’Eté, Monte Carlo, on Sunday 22 November, 23-year-old Jamaican Usain Bolt and USA’s 24-year-old Sanya Richards were crowned as the Male and Female World Athletes of the Year 2009.
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St Lucia’s Jade Mountain was the recipient of the first ever GAVA Gold Award at the inaugural award reception held at the Palms Hotel in Las Vegas on November 15th. Also, the coral kaleidoscope pool of the Jade Mountain Club was chosen as the cover of the book which will be published in celebration of the award winners.
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Nas (left) and Damion 'Junior Gong' Marley shake hands following a performance at Reggae Sumfest this year
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American Rock band Foreigner.
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Coaches and participants during an elite coaching workshop in Soufriere.
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Jon L Innocent Dolor (L) earned two Gold, six Silver and three Bronze medals while Julian Brice (center) who placed first in the 15-17 age group came away with nine Gold and two Bronze medals.
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With promises of a bigger and better festival, last Sunday, the 8th annual Grace Jamaican Jerk Festival delivered! The unmistakable aroma of authentic Jamaican jerk permeated the air at Markham Park in Sunrise to herald the event, dubbed the biggest Caribbean Food Festival in the USA.
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The 2009 Open Campus Valedictorian, Denise Gordon from Montserrat, received a standing ovation for her inspiring address.
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Wendy Fitzwilliam and Tyson Beckford at Antilia's Carnival event in New York.
German celebrities in St Lucia to film Project Paradise.
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By Cathy Buffonge
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