Jamaica Gleaner
Published: Monday | December 6, 2010
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Half Pint does Hawaii
Reggae crooner Half Pint is gone to Hawaii. There, he is to perform on six shows over the next two weeks. Shows have been scheduled for Honolulu, Maui and Oahu.....

Montego Bay sees 'A Betta Tomorrow'
When recording artiste Kevin Smith heard the prodding of the Lord to put together an event geared specifically to the west, he thought that there must have been a mistake. Why would God chose him? How could he put it together and how would it be funded?

Film stalwart passes
Lloyd Alberga, a stalwart of the Jamaican film industry, died on Saturday at the University Hospital of the West Indies (UHWI). He was 96 years old. Alberga was a senior member of the Carib Theatre and its parent company, the Palace Amusement Company...

Facebook, Twitter, BlackBerry, meet Osmosis
Technology, like the Osmosis brand, has evolved.The Mad Circle trio - Deane Shepherd, Jermaine Brown and Philip Palmer - share with us how social media has helped to keep Osmosis in the public eye (and ear).

Jaunel looks forward to busy Christmas
It's a Cosmo Christmas for Pulse's Jaunel McKenzie.As the festive season gets into full gear, the Pulse model is perfectly in sync with the spirit of the season as she dances and dazzles in the latest copy of American Cosmopolitan magazine.

Jamaica to witness roving carnival
Jamaica will feel the spirit of carnival as promoters Marvin Lawrence, Julius Morgan, and Larry Johnson roll out 10 events across the length and breadth of the country for All-Island Carnival.The series will begin on January 29 with a grand opening in...

Something extra
In spite of earlier predictions to the contrary, from all indications, it's party time in Jamaica! Belated happy birthday wishes to Prime Minister Bruce Golding, who celebrated another year yesterday ...

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