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Two Guyanese-roots stars are in prime time shows on United States television this season. On Fox TV, actress Kylie Bunbury, whose father is Guyanese, is heating things up as a talented female baseball pitcher in “Pitch”. Bunbury, the Canada-born daughter of Guyanese-born retired professional soccer player Alex Bunbury, plays “Ginny Baker” who rises to fame when she is called up by the San Diego Padres and becomes the first woman to play in Major League Baseball.

Garnet Silk Jr. released his new video 'Lady Divine' on top reggae website Reggaeville.com. We all know the legendary Garnet Silk who passed away at a young age, leaving us with great memorable reggae music.

SUNRISE, FL - Organizers of the 15th Annual Grace Jamaican Jerk Festival are pulling out all the stops to give patrons a day and night to remember, with a musical and cultural feast like no other ... on all three stages. The event, slated for Sunday, November 13 at Markham Park in Sunrise, will see Mr. Boombastic himself, Shaggy, headlining on the Main Stage to close out this all-encompassing day of food, fun and fantastic entertainment!

The Jamaica Cultural Development Commission (JCDC), an agency of the Ministry of Culture, Gender, Entertainment and Sport invites persons to submit entries for the Gi Joke Like Maas Ran and Write Like Maas Ran Competitions. These competitions will give entrants a chance to try their hand at two of Randolph Samuels, ‘Maas Ran’s’ greatest skills, while having a chance to win a cash prize.

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