After 12: A night of Nostalgia

Wednesday, December, 6 2017    

The party world knows that when Kerwin Touch a Green Boss hosts a session, it will be one worth attending. That's why the crowd descended on Silva Sky Plaza on November 12 for his Old Hits Best of the 80s and 90s dance, especially given that Road Shella was dishing out... Read More

Beres captains 'Love' cruise again

BY RICHARD JOHNSON Observer senior reporter johnsonr@jamaicaobserver.com | Wednesday, December, 6 2017    

CHANGES are coming for the second voyage of the Love and Harmony Cruise, which is set to sail next year. Read More

Wyclef, Sting to headline Shaggy show

Wednesday, December, 6 2017    

KINGSTON, Jamaica — British singer, songwriter and actor Sting and American hip hop act Wyclef are the headliners for the 2018 staging of the biennial charity event Shaggy & Friends. Read More

Chronixx rocks Pier One

BY ACEION CUNNINGHAM Observer reporter cunninghama@jamaicaobserver.com | Tuesday, December, 5 2017    

CHRONIXX stamped his authority on the second leg of his Chronixx Live tour at Pier One in Montego Bay, last Saturday. The first leg was held at Mas Camp in St Andrew the evening before. Read More

Bacchanal gets 'Rebirth

BY RORY DALEY Observer writer | Tuesday, December, 5 2017    

IT was a colourful cornucopia of feathers as Bacchanal Jamaica launched its 2018 carnival costume offerings in front of a soca-faithful crowd at Mas Camp, St Andrew, on Saturday night. Read More

MILESTONE -The Harder They Come

By Howard Campbell Observr senior writer | Tuesday, December, 5 2017    

The Jamaica Observer's Entertainment Desk continues its daily year in review of people who made an impact during the year.   Read More

Tony Kelly serves Caramel Ice Cream rhythm

Tuesday, December, 5 2017    

Grammy-winning producer Tony “CD” Kelly has unleashed his latest project. The Caramel Ice Cream rhythm is his first various artiste project in years. Read More

Clarke remembers Hawthorne as 'Irie'

BY HOWARD CAMPBELL Observer senior writer | Tuesday, December, 5 2017    

LAST Saturday, Jamaica lost one of its true success stories. Lowell Hawthorne, principal of the Golden Krust chain of restaurants, committed suicide at that establishment's factory in the Bronx, New York. Read More

United Reggae jams to Callaloo Sessions

Tuesday, December, 5 2017    

Though he had little experience as a journalist, Camille Monchicourt was undaunted when he launched the French unitedreggae.com website in 2007. It has since become one of the leading sources of... Read More

NEWSMAKER - Lorna Goodison

By Richard Johnson Observer senior reporter | Monday, December, 4 2017    

The Jamaica Observer 's Entertainment Desk continues its daily Year In Review of people who made an impact during the year.  Read More

G-Loc eyes stardom

Monday, December, 4 2017    

Newcomer G-Loc is ready to soar. He is set to take flight with two newly released tracks; Suffer and Come Over.Both songs are produced by Konsequence Muzik. Read More

Rihanna gets street

Monday, December, 4 2017    

The Barbados' Government has renamed a street after pop singer Rihanna.The singer, who attended the name-changing ceremony last Thursday, saw Westbury New Road renamed Rihanna Drive.She lived there until she was 16. Read More

Festival Song contest gets big boost

Monday, December, 4 2017    

NEXT year's Jamaica Festival Song Competition will receive a whopping $10 million in cash and prizes as well as a makeover, according to Minister of Culture, Gender, Entertainment and Sport Olivia “Babsy” Grange. Read More

Shaggy unveils clothing line

Sunday, December, 3 2017    

IT seems as if it is indeed Shaggy. The Grammy-winning deejay is now venturing into the clothing business with his urban lifestyle line dubbed Rae Town Apparel. Read More


Sunday, December, 3 2017    

RENEE McDONALD The Jamaica Observer's Entertainment Desk continues its daily Year In Review of people who made an impact during the year.  Read More


Today's Cartoon

Click image to view full size editorial cartoon