Jamaica Gleaner
Published: Wednesday | November 14, 2012
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Reggae enthusiasts pay big for poster art - More than half a million heads to Alpha Boys' School
Art collectors and reggae enthusiasts alike engaged in a competitive bidding session on Sunday at a live auction hosted at the National Gallery. The auction is part of a two-part fund-raising initiative for the Alpha Boys' School....

Alliance Franšaise launches 'Jobs of the World' photo competition
The FoUndation Alliance franšaise, in partnership with the magazine Courrier International, launches the third edition of its international photography competition under the theme 'Jobs of the World'....

Protoje supports the arts through Live From Kingston
The live music scene has been steadily accelerating for the last three years and now it is shifting into new gear. With an unprecedented number of new acts joining the ranks of a once small group of outliers, the local industry is beginning to pay...

Virgo finds love in international waters
Lovers' rock singer Romain Virgo recently completed a three-month tour to support his second album, The System, which was released in May by VP Records. The tour, which took him to the United States, Europe and Japan, was a satisfying experience...

Grounded in the music OMI's career begins to take off
At the time of this interview, Omar 'OMI' Pasley's sensational single, Cheerleader, had more than one million views on YouTube, was number one in Dubai and was in the number one position in Hawaii for a few months....


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