Entertainment

Xodus readies to move masses

IT was carnival heaven for the throng of patrons who turned out for the launch of Xodus's 2018 costume offerings at 'the Pearly Gates' located on Hope Road, St Andrew, last Saturday night. Read More

Museum marks Marley milestone
Bob Marley Museum will celebrate the 41st anniversary of the Smile Jamaica Concert with a twist on December 2. ... Read More

Fortunate Youth tops chart again
REGGAE-ROCK sextet Fortunate Youth earns its fourth number one on this week's Billboard Reggae a lbum c hart. The California-based outfit debuts with EP Sugar Shack Sessions which...... Read More

All set for tonight’s Carib Love
ALL is set for tonight's benefit concert, Caribbean Love Now Jamathon, slated for the National Indoor Sports Centre in St Andrew. Showtime is 7:00 pm.... Read More

Konshens ties knot in Florida

Tuesday, November, 21 2017    

KONSHENS has a new lease on life.The dancehall deejay exchanged marital vows with his long-time girlfriend, Latoya Wright, at a private beach ceremony in Miami, Florida, on the weekend.The couple, who have a son Liam, had been dating for six years. Read More

Spartan praises Queen Solange

BY RICHARD JOHNSON Observer senior reporter johnsonr@jamaicaobserver.com | Tuesday, November, 21 2017    

Spartan Health Club, organisers of the Miss Jamaica World contest, is expressing delight at the performance of Solange Sinclair at the Miss World finals in China on Saturday. Read More

Thomas sounds his 'Prophecy'

Tuesday, November, 21 2017    

IN the highly competitive arena of sound system supremacy, Bermuda's Prophecy Sound International is carving a niche for itself. Read More

Fraternity rocked by Ninjaman verdict

BY SIMONE MORGAN-LINDO Observer senior reporter morgans@jamaicaobserver.com | Tuesday, November, 21 2017    

Embattled deejay Ninjaman was found guilty of murder in the Home Circuit Court in downtown Kingston yesterday.The entertainer's attorney Valrie Neita-Robertson said she is disappointed with the verdict and vowed to appeal it. Read More

Hendriks tackles child abuse

Monday, November, 20 2017    

ACTOR/comedian Tony “Paleface” Hendriks believes one sure way of tackling the issue of child abuse is to “talk”. Read More

Old boys party for a cause

Monday, November, 20 2017    

THREE the Hard Way and Friends — the retro party hosted by the old boys of Jamaica College (JC), Kingston College (KC), St George's College, Calabar High, and Wolmer's Boys' School — is scheduled for the University of the West Indies (UWI), Mona campus in St Andrew on... Read More

NINJA FACES MUSIC TODAY

BY RICHARD JOHNSON Observer senior reporter johnsonr@jamaicaobserver.com | Monday, November, 20 2017    

NINJAMAN should know his fate later today as the jury in his murder trial is expected to hand in its verdict after the almost month-long trial. Read More

JCDC gears up for milestone

Sunday, November, 19 2017    

The year 2018 will be a very special one for the Jamaica Cultural Development Commission (JCDC), as it celebrates the major milestone of 55 years of contribution to the development of the island's cultural industries. Read More

Steve James moves Real Rock

Sunday, November, 19 2017    

After eight years on Bes' 100FM, disc jockey Steve James recently moved his show, Real Rock, to Newstalk93fm, a radio station based at the University of the West Indies. Read More

YVA gets make over

BY RICHARD JOHNSON Observer senior reporter johnsonr@jamaicaobserver.com | Sunday, November, 19 2017    

EARLIER this year, after the 10th anniversary of the Youth View Awards, came word that changes were coming for the popular awards show. Read More

Power of music

BY RICHARD JOHNSON Observer senior reporter johnsonr@jamaicaobserver.com | Sunday, November, 19 2017    

The power of Jamaica's music to reach our most vulnerable is being utilised in a bid to combat gender-based violence. Read More



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