Consul General Franz Hall Bids Farewell to the Jamaican Dispora [Interview]

Franz Hall, the Consul General of Jamaica. completes his tour of duty on Wednesday, February 28, 2018. He penned an farewell open letter  to the Jamaican Diaspora in the Southeastern United States of America. Dear Friends, I am using this opportunity to advise that my appointment as Consul General of Jamaica will come to an end on […]
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11th Annual Louise Bennett-Coverley Festival & Scholarship Fundraiser -Saturday, Feb.3, 2018

The Friends of the South Regional-Broward College Library, Jamaican Folk Revue, Inc. and Broward College are again partnering to host the 11thAnnual Louise Bennett-Coverley “Miss Lou” Reading Festival and Scholarship Fundraiser, on Saturday, February 3, 2018, starting at 2:00 p.m., at the Broward College Performing and Cultural Arts Theater, 7200 Pines Blvd.in Pembroke Pines. Under the patronage […]
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Minister Of Tourism Announces Donovan White As New Director Of Tourism, Jamaica Tourist Board

Mr. Donovan White has been selected to fill the position of Director of Tourism of the Jamaica Tourist Board (JTB), after an extensive local and international search. His appointment has been announced by Minister of Tourism, the Honourable Edmund Bartlett. Mr. White, a Jamaican national, whose term as head of the country’s tourism marketing agency, […]
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Things to do in New York – Jamaica Award-winning Jazz Great Monty Alexander & the Harlem Kingston Express for Jazz Standard, New York

Fresh from a stellar appearance in Munich, Germany, Jamaican-born jazz maestro and Commander in the Order of Distinction, Monty Alexander, along with his Grammy-nominated Harlem Kingston Express band, will play New York City’s prestigious Jazz Standard later this month. Alexander and his world class band will play the world class venue, which showcases only the […]
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Things to do in South Florida – Tracy Wilson Mourning’s Honey Shine Mentoring Program Hosts First Honey Bug Run/walk for Women’s History Month, March 7th, 2015, Miami

Philanthropist and founder of Honey Shine Mentoring Program, Tracy Wilson Mourning will host the Program’s first Honey Bug Run/Walk in honor of Women’s History Month on Saturday March 7, 2015, 8 a.m. to 12 p.m. at Women’s Park (10251 W Flagler St., Miami, FL 33172). As an organization dedicated to the balance of mind, body, […]
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Things to Do in New York – CPR Celebrates the Feminine Energy in Reggae To Mark Its Ten Year Anniversary

The board of directors of the Coalition to Preserve Reggae (CPR) is pleased to announce International Women of Reggae – A Night of Hits, taking place on Saturday, April 25th from 8pm to 11pm at the Walt Whitman Auditorium, Brooklyn College, Campus Road and Nostrand Avenue in Brooklyn, New York. The event which launches the […]
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Southern Regional Health Authority Launches Medical Book With Novel Approach

The Southern Regional Health Authority, a statutory body of the Ministry of Health will host the launch of the book, Clinical Dialogues in Hospital Medicine on Wednesday, March 4 at the Manchester Club. The book which is a novel approach to medical writing is expected to be an invaluable aid to medical students, residents, general […]
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Push Hitz Records Aims to Deliver Quality, Timeless Reggae Music, Releases “Bow & Arrow Riddim”

As their motto “Rise To The Occasion” proudly states, Push Hitz Records aims to take 2015 in stride by delivering quality music destined to stand the test of time. Critics have hailed the new reggae and dancehall generation has having lost the essence of the music genre. Push Hitz Records producers Sandre Ennis & Desmond […]
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Patois Translators Needed – Exciting Employment Opportunities for Interpreters and Translators in Law Enforcement

Applicants must be fluent in English as well as Patois. Metlang is now hiring linguists to work under contracts with government law enforcement agencies. Previous experience is not required; on the job training is provided. As a linguist with Metlang, you will assist federal law enforcement agents with narco-trafficking, human trafficking, counterfeiting, terrorism, fraud and […]
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Things to do in South Florida – The City of Miami Gardens Presents the 2015 Women’s Impact Conference & Luncheon with Omarosa as Keynote

In celebration of Women’s History Month and in conjunction with the 10th annual Jazz in the Gardens Music Festival, the City of Miami Gardens presents the 2015 Women’s Impact Conference & Luncheon (WICL), themed “There’s No ‘S’ on My Chest, But a Hero Lives Within”, Friday, March 20, 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the […]
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