Jamaica Gleaner
Published: Tuesday | October 13, 2009
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A sweet 16th season for Stella Maris dancers
The Stella Maris Dance Ensemble (SMDE) mounted a brief but pleasure-filled season of dance last Saturday and Sunday at the Little Theatre. Though the two new dances were disappointing, the three older ones were exciting enough to more than compensate...

Bradshaw's fight to keep jazz alive
WHILE he was never the prolific session musician as some of his more famous contemporaries, music historian Herbie Miller says bandleader/trumpeter Sonny Bradshaw was an unapologetic purist who kept live music on the map in Jamaica...

Family Fundaze returns to Hope Gardens
The second Family Fundaze will be held on Heroes Day, next Monday, at the picturesque Hope Gardens."The all-day activities are going to be fun, fun and more fun," said event organiser Lisa O'Gilvie.

More work needed for Jamaica World Cinema Showcase
Like many businesses in our haphazardly plotted country, Finnigan's Winery is not where you might expect it to be, or look the way you might expect it to look. It is not nestled in Walker's Wood or found in the foothills of Portland...

Something extra
Victoria Jubilee Hospital awards banquet - Friends of the Victoria Jubilee Hospital and the Kingston Public Hospital hosted the former's awards banquet at The Jamaica Pegasus hotel in New Kingston on Saturday...

Fiction hosts Brand New Machine - 'Paparazzi' with DJ Bob Sinclar
Last Wednesday, New Kingston hot spot Fiction Lounge saw the birthday celebration of Steve 'Mystic Urchin' Wilson. The event was the latest instalment of Wilson and co-founder Farenheit's weekly avant-garde party, Brand New Machine, held every Wednesday at Fiction.

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