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Live: Music Picks Dec. 4-10
Desert Noises Homecoming Show and Live RecordingProvo-based rock foursome Desert Noises have been on tour for so long (virtually nonstop for the past few years) that their latest album, 27 Ways,...
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Line-up aims to create tourism fever
THE Wushwini Arts, Culture and Heritage Centre has announced its Festive Fever programme for next month and looks ready to bring on the merriment. Starting on December 6, the programme will roll out...
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Should Bob Marley’s name be used to sell marijuan...
Ian Thomson, author of The Dead Yard: Tales of Modern Jamaica A kind of political correctness dictates that one should not be too unkind to Bob Marley, but to turn him into the “Marlboro Man of...
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Marley family joins company to start global marij...
Updated: Wednesday, November 19 2014, 02:42 PM EST KINGSTON, Jamaica (AP) - A U.S. private equity firm has joined the family of late reggae star Bob Marley in hopes of building what it calls the...
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How Michael Jackson Made $150 Million in 2014
And that’s just the beginning for the King of Rock ’n’ Roll and other long-dead celebrities, Bloomberg Pursuits magazine will report in its Holiday 2014 issue. Reviving a corpse from a cryogenic deep...
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8 things you might not know about Jamaica
... -- Unless you've been stuck in a mine shaft or visiting a distant planet for the past few decades, chances are you've heard of Bob Marley and Usain Bolt and can identify both as the most famous...
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