Entertainment

Photos: Bond's first Jamaica visit

Sunday, October, 8 2017    

Sean Connery and Ursula Andress in scenes from the first James Bond film, Dr No, in Ocho Rios, Jamaica. Read More

First James Bond film celebrates milestone

By Howard Campbell Observer senior writer | Sunday, October, 8 2017    

Last Thursday was the 55th anniversary of the release of Dr No.The first of the James Bond movies, it was largely filmed in Jamaica in 1961 and released just two months after the country gained Independence from Great Britain. Read More

Mothers ruin sons

Tony Robinson | Sunday, October, 8 2017    

Alack, what heinous sin is it in meTo be ashamed to be my father's child!But though I am a daughter to his blood,I am not to his manners. Read More

Zimbabwe awaits Tarrus Riley

Saturday, October, 7 2017    

Word out of the African state of Zimbabwe indicates that reggae lovers in that country are eagerly anticipating the debut performance of crooner Tarrus R iley on October 27. Read More

Raging Fyah continues the work

Saturday, October, 7 2017    

Grammy-nominated reggae band Raging Fyah continues to take their brand of music to music lovers across the globe. Read More

Wolmer's does it... again

Saturday, October, 7 2017    

Last weekend the performers of the Wolmer's Dance Troupe lit up the stage of Little Theatre in St Andrew for their 27th season of dance.Founder and artistic director of the troupe Barbara McDaniel expressed delight in the final production which unfolded on the stage. Read More

Honouring music royalty at Kings Theatre

Saturday, October, 7 2017    

TWO stalwarts of Caribbean music were recognised for their outstanding careers last Saturday in Brooklyn, New York at the IED International Awards. Read More

Karlito's way

Saturday, October, 7 2017    

Canada-based recording artiste Karlito said he is upbeat about his recently released single Superwoman — dedicated to the females who work tirelessly to provide for their families. Read More

Carlene takes celebrity cook-off

Saturday, October, 7 2017    

Carlene Smith, better known as Carlene the Original Dancehall Queen, took the top honours in the fourth staging of the Suncity Radio-promoted Bubble Di Pot Celebrity Cook-Off at the Mandela Park in Half-Way-Tree yesterday. Read More

Top Sounds gear up for Ratingz

BY KEVIN JACKSON Observer writer | Saturday, October, 7 2017    

When the latest edition in the Ratingz party series unfolds tonight, top sounds including Fire Links, Di Unit, Coppershot and newcomers Rebel Sound are promising to bring the unadulterated dancehall vibe to the proceedings. Read More

Johnny Live Comedy Bar

BY KEVIN JACKSON Observer writer | Friday, October, 6 2017    

Since its new season resumed on September 5, the Johnny Live Comedy Bar has continued to entertain while attracting a diverse audience each Tuesday night.This week was no different. Read More

Kashu, Hype Type team up

BY KEVIN JACKSON Observer writer | Friday, October, 6 2017    

Dancehall artiste Kashu has teamed up with Florida-based deejay Hype Type for the song Beat Dem Bad. The song, which was released earlier this week, is produced by Arkitechz Production. It is featured on the White Rum rhythm. Read More

D-Medz marches for peace

Friday, October, 6 2017    

Reggae artiste D-Medz has organised a march in Clarendon — the parish where he resides — dubbed the 'Nuh Falla Bad Company Peace March' in a bid to advocate for peace to return to the parish.The event is set for National Heroes Day, October 16. Read More

Sean Paul visits Buju

Friday, October, 6 2017    

Grammy-winning dancehall artiste Sean Paul spent last Sunday visiting incarcerated reggae artiste Buju Banton at the McRae Correctional Facility in Atlanta, Georgia.The Gimme The Light singer took to social media to announce his visit. Read More

MOBO Awards set for Nov 29

Friday, October, 6 2017    

The Music Of Black Origin (MOBO) Awards are set to return to Leeds in the United Kingdom on November 29. Read More



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