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T&T Actor, Playwright, Director Dies

PORT OF SPAIN, Trinidad – Michael Anthony Hall, a prominent Trinidad and Tobago playwright, screenwriter, actor and director, died last month after suffering a massive heart attack on the island of Tobago where he lived, according to his family.


Grenada Hits the International Runway With Fe Noel at New York Fashion Week

St.George’s Grenada – Billed as one of the seven designers to watch at this year’s New York Fashion Week by Elle magazine, designer Fe Noel brought her new collection to life at New York’s Spring Studios Gallery Wednesday. Grenadian Ambassador and Permanent Representative to the United Nations, Keisha McGuire, celebrity publicist, Yvette Noel- Shure, Chief Executive Officer of the Grenada Tourism Authority, Patricia Maher, US Director of Sales, Christine Noel-Horsford, Sales Executive, Zachary Samuel, and General Manager at Silversands Grenada, Narelle McDougal, were seated front and on hand to provide support to this daughter of the soil.

Jamaican Singer-Songwriter Delivers Melodic 13-Track Opus

Kumar, the Jamaican former frontman of Grammy-nominated reggae act Raging Fyah, released his solo debut album Kulture Walk today. The thirteen tracks present a variety of musical styles, and include features with a diverse groups of artists like M1 of legendary hip hop group dead prez, and Agent Sasco (the Jamaican spitfire deejay formerly known as Assassin).

Official NoMi Music Fest After Party Media Release

NORTH MIAMI, Fl. —  The City of North Miami’s 2020 Black History Month Celebration will conclude at The Rap UP, the official NoMi Music Fest After Party. The Rap UP will take place Saturday, Feb. 29, at 10 p.m. at the NoMi Red Garden, 12351 NW 7th Avenue, North Miami.

Rebel Salute Delights Reggae Music Enthusiasts

OCHO RIOS, JAMAICA – The 27th staging of Rebel Salute is being hailed as a resounding success. Approximately 20,000 local and international fans attended the two-day festival, billed as The People’s Show, at Grizzlys Plantation Cove in Ocho Rios. The Jamaica Tourist Board (JTB) was among the sponsors of the festival which for nearly three decades has made a significant contribution towards the preservation of reggae music.

Camile Glenister, Deputy Director of Tourism, Marketing at the JTB (left) and Safi James-Barrow, Destination Marketing Manager at the JTB pose with festival principal Tony Rebel
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