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Two New Books Remember Peter Tosh: Stepping Razor

Two New Books Remember Peter Tosh: Stepping Razor

By Norman (Otis) Richmond, aka Jalali Pride Contributing Writer There are two new books out on Peter Tosh aka Wolde Semayat, Cecil Tulloch’ s, Remembering Peter Tosh  and John Masouri’s biography,  The Life of Peter Tosh: Steppin’Razor. Bob Marley’s art director, ...

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Rastafest 2014 Promises Some New Features

Rastafest 2014 Promises Some New Features

By Neil Armstrong Pride Contributing Writer General Trees Sings About 2014 RastaFest TORONTO, Ontario – The organizers of Rastafest, a multi-discipline festival showcasing different aspects of the Rastafarian culture, say there are some new elements to the festival this year. ...

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Vybz Kartel Appears In Court

Vybz Kartel Appears In Court

KINGSTON, Jamaica CMC – Lawyers representing entertainer Vybz Kartel will return to court on Thursday after a magistrate adjourned the start of a corruption case against him and two other people on Monday. Kartel, whose real name is Adidja Palmer ...

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Ballet Creole Celebrates Silver Anniversary

Ballet Creole Celebrates Silver Anniversary

By Neil Armstrong Pride Contributing Writer TORONTO, Ontario – Patrick Parson, artistic director of Ballet Creole, a company and school he founded in 1990, is gearing up to celebrate its silver anniversary with gusto from July 2014 to June 2015. ...

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Dwayne Morgan: 21 Years—Countless Verses

Dwayne Morgan: 21 Years—Countless Verses

He lives by five words: passion, humility, perseverance, integrity and legacy. Dwayne Morgan, spoken word artist, author, creator, social entrepreneur and motivational speaker is talented, creative, grounded, inspirational and passionate. Morgan will take the experience of his 21 years to ...

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Carnival Traditions: How Toronto’s Carnival Matches Up

Carnival Traditions: How Toronto’s Carnival Matches Up

By Anthony Pierre Pride Guest Writer Carnival traditions in the Americas are a fascinating study, particularly because they reflect the syncretism of masquerade traditions from Africa and Europe. In fact, throughout North, South, Central America and the Caribbean, the various ...

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