Jamaica Gleaner
Published: Saturday | February 2, 2013
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First Comedy Café a hit - Series begins with good turnout and much laughter
Waves of laughter propelled by genuinely entertaining humour, created gigantic splashes at South Beach Café on Wednesday.

Dennis Brown celebrations put on hold; Reggae Month activities continue, to be streamed live
The biggest free, one-night concert in the world has been postponed. The concert, which would have ended a weekend of celebration of the achievements of The Crown Prince of Reggae, Dennis Emanuel Brown, was precursed with a wreath-laying ceremony at his graveside at the National Heroes Park yesterday on the anniversary of his birth.

Sky is not the limit for Bowes
Manchester United might have found a star player in Stefan 'Eva Hype' Bowes, had the young talent not surrendered his dream of becoming a professional football player for the club. However, music, his second passion, seemed to have been his true calling.

Bob Marley celebrations start tomorrow
The life and work of reggae legend Bob Marley will take centre stage in Negril for four consecutive days, starting tomorrow, as the resort will host the annual birthday bash for the iconic musician, who was born on February 6, 1945.


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