Jamaica Gleaner
Published: Tuesday | January 8, 2013
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NYOJ does it again - Int'l trumpeter and pianist to perform for Jamaicans tomorrow
Internationally acclaimed trumpeter Marc Reese of Empire Brass fame, and his talented wife, pianist Lisa Leonard, will be performing for the very first time in Jamaica for a Chamber Music Recital in aid of the National Youth Orchestra of Jamaica (NYOJ)....

LUXE brings out the heavy hitters - World's first champagne for ice launched in Jamaica
Jamaica's international appeal as a fun destination was evident once more as Moet and Chandon launched its Ice Imperial, the world's first-ever champagne created to be enjoyed over ice....

Violinist falls in love with Jamaica
International pop artiste/violinist Orisha Sound is in Jamaica. The artiste performed at the recently concluded National Organisation of Deported Migrants (NODM) upliftment concert in Trelawny and, according to the singer, she has spiritually connected with the island....

Reggaeton faces Cuban fire
HAVANA (AP): At 10 o'clock on a Saturday night, the Mariana Grajales Park in downtown Havana pulses with a thumping beat...

'Glass Slippaz' does 'bad' well
Playing the villain in a theatrical piece is never easy, as it often requires the portrayal of a 'mean' character. It requires the actor being very good at being bad. ...


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