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Marsha Grandison (Ruby) was born on August 19, in Montego Bay, Jamaica. Throughout her elementary years she was involved in plays at the local level for which she received numerous certificates. This continued into high school and college years in Jamaica, where she was actively involved in cultural performances at the local and national level. After leaving Sam Sharpe Teachers’ College in Jamaica, she became the coordinator of the drama club at the Anchovy High School.
“A Happy Mother’s Day from Glen “Titus” Campbell, Camille Davis and the cast of Patrick Brown’s new musical comedy, “Easy Street!” We are coming from Kingston, Jamaica, to New York City for performances on Memorial Weekend, May 28-May 30, at York College, Queens, Brooklyn College and Truman HS Auditorium, Bronx. Gentlemen, although Mother’s Day is this Sunday, mother, grandma, wife and sweetheart will appreciate “Easy Street” tickets to see us in our hilarious, fun filled play.”
George Wright, more popularly known as "Brotha George" is pleased to announce the release of his fourth (4) album titled "Heaven Bound". This album is of Paramount importance because a whopping 90% of the album has been produced by "Brotha George" himself. Brotha George has been a Gospel Artiste for over 4 years and has received numerous awards for his contribution to the gospel music industry. He has even been nominated for 4 gospel awards in different categories in the Caribbean Gospel Music Awards to be held in Atlanta, Georgia.
If you’re ready, Orlando’s waiting to jump up and wave - Caribbean-style. Orlando Carnival steps into its 25th  year of celebration this month with promises to inject the public with excitement…if it’s ready. The May 26 Caribbean cultural event in the major Florida tourist city will feature the theme “Are You Ready? We’re Ready” and organizers claim they are ready to spread the fun worldwide.
Not just another musical history documentary, “Marley The Definitive Story” takes the path not trod by earlier film productions, highlighting Robert Nesta Marley’s personal tale. Through the eyes, voices, and images of close friends, family, and a ‘half’ brother and sister, viewers are taken on a journey from Nine Mile in St. Ann, Jamaica to Germany where Marley received treatment for his cancer in his last bid for life.