July 18 2012 -- New York, NY-- A Fe We Culture, Inc. today announced that it will be hosting the Ultimate Jamaica 50 Peoples’ Independence Bash (“UJ50PIB”) as part of the Carib Gold 2012 line up on August 4th 2012 at Eastwood Manor, 3371 Eastchester Road, Bronx, NY 10469.
The 2012 “Ultimate Jamaica 50…
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The number two has become quite an aberration in local popular culture. Indeed, a very weird phenomenon and one which is both amusing as it is perplexing. For the life of me I cannot understand how this simplistic second child of the Greek numeral has come to be so scorned and vilified.
What is most amusing are the countless euphemisms that have succeeded the number two in popular discourse. It is commonplace to hear such phrases as ‘twice’, ‘second’, ‘one plus one’ or ‘that number…Continue
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Dame Pearlette Louisy officially declared the tissue lab open by cutting the ribbon as Prime Minister King and Ambassador Chou look on. PM King says this is a time to say thank you to the Taiwanese.
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Students from Winston Park Elementary and Parkway Middle School participated in the Arts Inspire... workshop.
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Legendary Reggae singer Beres Hammond
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The Tivoli Dance Troupe formed part of the kaleidoscope of performances at the Culturama 2010 Mello-Go-roun’
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New Orleans is one of the most unique cities in America. Its blend of French, Creole, and Southern culture brings you a feel of the Caribbean islands. The city is known for its famous architecture, diverse mouth-watering cuisine, and its musical and festival scene. Before you book your next flight, check out New Orleans.
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CariMer Theatre Group to to perform Kumina
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Japanese school girls on day trip to local market: GBurkeImages PhotoToday's world is smaller than ever – far more connected than anyone could have imagined it would be when we were kids. That is why one of the best things you can do to prepare your kids for the future is to raise them as citizens of the world.
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Minister of Youth and Culture Lisa Hanna among these school-age children in Accompong
ACCOMPONG TOWN, St Elizabeth— British High Commissioner to Jamaica David Fitton believes that the long and colourful history of this Maroon community should be marketed to boost…Continue
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The highly anticipated staging of Jamaica’s 49th Independence & Cultural Celebration (JICC) promises exhilarating entertainment, interactive activities, a variety of delicious Jamaican food, and enjoyment for the entire…Continue
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Adults head back to school to as part of literacy programme.
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The 12th Arts Festival of the Caribbean, CARIFESTA, will be held in Haiti from August 14 to 23 under the theme “Our Roots, Our Culture, Our Common Future.” Prime Minister Evans Paul, Minister of Culture, Dithny Joan Raton and Minister of Tourism and Creative Industries, Stéphanie…Continue
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