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Delcita Gets A Degree In Romance Laws

Delcita Gets A Degree In Romance Laws

By Michael Van Cooten Pride Publisher & Editor “University of Delcita”, a family-oriented comedy drama, is coming to Toronto – from Jamaica – for three shows on Thanksgiving weekend. Delcita Coldwater, a likeable and popular stage character, created and shaped ...

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Black Stalin Hospitalised With Stroke

PORT OF SPAIN, Trinidad, CMC – Veteran calypsonian Leroy Calliste, the Black Stalin, remained hospitalised Monday, after suffering a stroke a few hours after performing at a charity show in south Trinidad on Sunday night.   Relatives said that Stalin, ...

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Natural Hair Rocks!

Natural Hair Rocks!

Above photo is of Toronto Natural Hair & Beauty Show Host Nikki Morgan. By Beverly Browne Pride Contributing Writer Up to the end of the 20th century, for many years, Black females who were in the limelight and looked up to ...

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Jay Martin: Canada’s Black King Of Comedy?

Jay Martin: Canada’s Black King Of Comedy?

Above photo courtesy of Jay Martin. Introducing Jay Martin, also known as Canada’s Renaissance Man.  He has also been referred to as Canada’s own Steve Harvey, because of his reputation for causing audiences to roll with laughter in the aisles ...

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Jamaican Singer, Hopeton Lewis, Dies In New York

NEW YORK, New York, CMC – The Jamaican-born singer, Hopeton Lewis, credited with recording the first “Rocksteady” song, has died. He was 66. Lewis, who died at his Brooklyn home last Thursday night, is best known for the 1966 hit ...

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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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