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Third World Wraps up Extensive Summer Long Tour

New York, New York. Undeniably one of the hardest working bands on the scene, ten-times GRAMMY nominated THIRD WORLD this summer celebrated the release of their 22ndstudio album, More Work To Be Done produced by Damian “Jr Gong” Marley. The Reggae Ambassadors recently completed a very successful tour around the world - conquering 4 continents and 10 countries including USA, Canada, France, Spain, Tunisia, Ghana, Austria, Netherlands, Switzerland, Curacao, the band describes their experience as “POWERFUL, REFRESHING AND ENCOURAGING.”The key to longevity for the band is the personal connection with their fans and music lovers through touring. 

Caribbean Culinary Museum Exhibition at Bailey

Bailey Contemporary Arts explores the culture of Caribbean food preparation with their new exhibition from the Caribbean Culinary Museum. This touring collection, which explores food culture, features an array of historic culinary artifacts from around the Caribbean region.  The collection will be on view from September 6 through October 25. The free opening reception is Friday, September 6 from 6 - 10pm during the monthly Old Town Untapped event. For more information, www.baileyarts.org.   

Jamaican Company Lands Deal With ‘Sesame Street’

KINGSTON, Jamaica – The Jamaica-based film company “Listen Mi Caribbean” says it has landed a deal with Sesame Workshop, best known for the United States television production “Sesame Street”, to produce a live action short film to be aired as part of Sesame Street’s Season 50.

Caribbean flavor coming to one of television’s favorite shows. “Sesame Street”

KABAKA PYRAMID Embark on His Maiden Japan Tour

New York, New York. If there was ever any doubt of the power and reach of reggae, look no further than Kabaka Pyramid's latest journey. From a hit single featured on English electronic music duo Chase and Status album, to taking over 30 stages including performing alongside the multi-award winners at major festivals in Belgium (Pukklepop Festival), UK (SW4 Festival) and Croatia (Outlook Festival) and now the embarkment of his 7 dates tour in Japan.

A Caribbean Future Through Visual Expressions

The Other Side of Now: Foresight in Contemporary Caribbean Art curated by Maria Elena Ortiz, Associate Curator at Perez Art Museum Miami (PAMM), and Dr. Marsha Pearce, Cultural Studies Scholar based at The University of the West Indies St. Augustine Campus, opened at PAMM on Thursday July 18.

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