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An Interview With Talented Artist, Tatiana Poblah

An Interview With Talented Artist, Tatiana Poblah

By Narissa Van Cooten PRIDE Guest Writer Tatiana Poblah is a Montreal-based artist of Haitian and Beninese descent. Her beautiful illustrations ooze bright colours, femininity, and style. (Be warned…it’s hard to take your eyes off of them!) In an exclusive ...

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Pop Superstar Prince Dies At 57

Pop Superstar Prince Dies At 57

Pop superstar Prince was found dead at his Paisley Park recording studio and home in Chanhassen, Minnesota on Thursday, his publicist, Yvette Noel-Schure, told The Associated Press. He was 57. The Carver County Sheriff’s Office told TMZ that Prince was ...

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Leroy Sibbles To Headline Sunday Jam Concert Series

Leroy Sibbles To Headline Sunday Jam Concert Series

By Michael Van Cooten PRIDE Publisher/Editor TORONTO, Ontario — Veteran Jamaican-Canadian reggae musician, songwriter and producer, Leroy Sibbles, is coming home to Toronto to perform a rare, Sunday afternoon concert. Sibbles, dubbed “The Legend”, flies into Toronto, from Jamaica, on ...

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Exco Levi To Get Star On Brampton’s Art Walk Of Fame

Exco Levi To Get Star On Brampton’s Art Walk Of Fame

By Michael Van Cooten PRIDE Publisher/Editor BRAMPTON, Ontario, April 14 — Multiple award-winning Reggae songwriter and entertainer, Exco Levi, whose real name is Wayne Ford Levy, will be honoured by the city of Brampton, later this year, the city announced ...

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N.W.A Inducted Into Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame

N.W.A Inducted Into Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame

By Narissa Van Cooten PRIDE Guest Writer  On April 8 at Brooklyn’s Barclays Center in New York, legendary Compton hip-hop group, N.W.A, was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. BBC News reported that the group is “just ...

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Black Dance Vibes Abound In Toronto

Black Dance Vibes Abound In Toronto

By Neil Armstrong PRIDE Contributing Writer TORONTO, Ontario — Three dance companies in Toronto are showcasing different techniques and choreographies during the spring season. The Newton Moraes Dance Theatre (NMDT) will celebrate its 19th anniversary season with the world premiere ...

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