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Jamaican Actress performs for Jamaica's 50th
Washington, DC - Jamaica’s 50th year of independence is still in the spotlight in the United States as the Embassy of Jamaica along with Jamaican born actress Debra Ehrhardt staged her outstanding monologue, Jamaica Farewell, at the Kreeger Theatre, Rockville, Maryland on Saturday, November 3, 2012.
The play, which traces the...Read More...
Outstanding Canadian Honored by Ontario Government with medal of Good Citizenship award
Toronto - Speaker, radio talk show host and author of the book, ‘Your Best You, Paulet Biedermann was recently honored by Ontario’s Minister of Citizenship with the Medal Good Citizenship award.
She was recognized for making significant long term and sustained contribution to her community and her country. On Thursday Oct.18th,...Read More...
The M. Athalie Range Cultural Arts Foundation Awards Prominent Caribbean-American As South Florida's
MIAMI – The M. Athalie Range Cultural Arts Foundation (MARCAF) presents its 15th Gala: A Musical Celebration of Life on Sunday November 4th, 2012, 6:00pm at the Gusman Theater, 174 East Flagler Street, Miami, FL, 33131.
This signature fundraising event commemorates M. Athalie Range’s lifelong commitment to the arts. During the...Read More...
Newly appointed WHA/Caribbean Affairs Director, Juan Alsace, visits Jamaica
KINGSTON, Jamaica - Members of the local Government of Jamaica, the Opposition and various NGOs attended a cocktail reception at the home of U.S. Ambassador to Jamaica, Pamela Bridgewater on Tuesday, October 16, 2012 to welcome Director of the Office of Caribbean Affairs in the Bureau of Western Hemisphere Affairs of the Department...Read More...
Jamaican students wins CTO Tourism Youth Congress, held as part of State of the Industry Conference
BASSETERRE, St. Kitts - Jamaican student O’Brian Lewis has emerged winner of the Caribbean Tourism Organization (CTO)’s Tourism Youth Congress, held here yesterday as part of the State of the Industry Conference.
Lewis, of Oberlin High School, put on a strong and energetic performance to lead a group of exceptional students...Read More...
CASA DE CAMPO APPOINTS PETER BONELL AS CHIEF MARKETING OFFICER
La Romana, Dominican Republic – The Board of Directors of Casa de Campo resort in the Dominican Republic announce the appointment of Peter Bonell as its Chief Marketing Officer.
In this newly-created role, Bonell will be responsible for overseeing international sales, marketing (inclusive of advertising, public relations and...Read More...
100 BLACK MEN OF SOUTH FLORDA PRESENTS THE 2012 SIGNATURE WEEKEND
MIAMI - The 100 Black Men of South Florida presents the 2012 Signature Weekend which includes our College Expo, Celebrity Golf Classic Presented by Warren Henry Auto Group and the Signature Weekend Gala presented by UPS. This year’s Honorary Co-Chairs are the Honorable Manny Diaz, Miami Dade Commissioner Jean Monestine and Congresswoman...Read More...
Jamaican Artist KK Holliday Receives Second Place Win In First Year Of US-Based Unsigned Only Music Competition
NASHVILLE, TN - The Unsigned Only Music Competition is pleased to announce its 2012 inaugural winners. Nearly 7,500 songs were submitted and of those, Jamaican artist KK Holliday was awarded Second Place in the Pop/Top 40 category. Holliday's song "Shugga Daddy" showcases the Reggae Pop genre and puts Jamaica "on the map" in Unsigned Only's debut...Read More...
Miami-Dade County Issues A Universal Marcus Garvey Day Proclamation for Garvey's 125th Birthday
MIAMI-DADE - Spearheaded by Ras Don Rico Ricketts of the Marcus Garvey Celebrations Committee, of IMI, Inc, August 17, 2012, has been proclaimed "Universal Marcus Garvey Day" by the Miami-Dade County Commission.
The proclamation, which was guided through the process by Commissioner Barbara Jordan and her able staff, Mr. Ryan...Read More...
Institute of Caribbean Studies (ICS)Founder Honored as Champion of Change
Washington, DC - On Friday, July 27th, the White House, along with the U.S. State Department and U.S. AID, will honor Dr. Claire Nelson, founder and president of the Institute of Caribbean Studies (ICS) as a Champion of Change.
Champions of Change are leaders who have exemplified extraordinary successes and efforts toward the...Read More...
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