Razor B to open Kingston restaurant

Monday, August, 13 2018    

RAZOR B is set to open a restaurant in the Corporate Area in early October. The entity named Cassup's Kitchen will be located at Dunrobin Avenue in St Andrew and will offer dine-in and takeout options. Read More

NDTC moves into new age

By Richard Johnson Observer senior reporter johnsonr@jamaicaobserver.com | Monday, August, 13 2018    

THE National Dance Theatre Company of Jamaica (NDTC) is clearly a troupe in transition. Read More

Chapter closes on V S Naipaul

By Howard Campbell Observer senior writer | Monday, August, 13 2018    

The celebrated Trinidadian writer, Sir V S Naipaul, died in London on August 11, six days before his 86th birthday. Rated as one of the 20th century's great literary figures, he was awarded the Nobel Prize for Literature in 2001. Read More

Nicki pulls on J'can talent

By Kevin Jackson Observer writer | Monday, August, 13 2018    

Trinidadian rapper Nicki Minaj has some Jamaican influence on her latest album Queen, which was released on Friday by Young Money Entertainment/Cash Money Records. Read More

Gyptian sizzles at summer fest

Monday, August, 13 2018    

GYPTIAN delivered a marquis performance at the Summer Sizzle Festival at the Jamalco Sports Club in Halse Hall, Clarendon, on Saturday. Read More

Aretha Franklin said to be seriously ill

Monday, August, 13 2018    

NEW YORK, United States (AP) — Aretha Franklin is seriously ill, according to a person close to the singer.Speaking on the condition of anonymity the told The Associated Press on Monday that Franklin is seriously ill. No more details were provided. Read More

Manhattans for Love and Harmony Cruise 2019

Sunday, August, 12 2018    

Changes are coming for the third annual voyage of the Love and Harmony Cruise which is set for April 13-18 next year. Read More

Edith Brown painting her reality

By Sade Gardner Observer writer | Sunday, August, 12 2018    

Artist Edith Brown had no intentions of becoming a painter. The designer was contented with selling frames and clothing with motivational quotes, but all that changed after she attended a Christian retreat in Montego Bay two years ago. Read More

Leonie McDonald adding J'can flavour to world

BY HOWARD CAMPBELL Observer senior writer | Sunday, August, 12 2018    

Doing the music festival circuit can be a grind for even the most season artiste. It's a trek Leonie McDonald savours. Read More

The Music Man

BY Richard Johnson Observer senior reporter johnsonr@jamaicaobserver.com | Sunday, August, 12 2018    

On Monday, October 15, National Heroes Day, broadcaster and musicologist Dermot Hugh Hussey will be among those to be invested with the Order of Distinction in the Rank of Officer (OD) during the presentation of National Honours and Awards at King's House. Read More

Althia Sinclair living her dream

Saturday, August, 11 2018    

FOUR nights a week singer Althia Sinclair and her five-member Altitude Band take the stage at Sandals South Coast, a far cry from where her musical journey began in Quick Step, St Elizabeth. Read More

Kei Kei gives soulful tribute

Saturday, August, 11 2018    

FORMER Digicel Rising Star finalist Daniell “Kei Kei” Shelton gave her supporters a farewell gift yesterday. It came in the form of a soulful rendition of Titanium by David Guetta featuring Sia. Read More

Daydreams all-white was alright

Saturday, August, 11 2018    

All umbrellas were out at Daydreams, all-white affair and one of the most-awaited Dream Weekend events, which unfolded last Saturday afternoon. Read More

Dhextrus on the rise

Saturday, August, 11 2018    

FAST-RISING deejay and producer Dhextrus is basking in the traction his latest single Go Hard is receiving.Produced by KSwiss Records, the recently released single was voted one of the Best Summer Songs on the radio. Read More

Benzly Hype set to reclaim the spotlight

Saturday, August, 11 2018    

DEEJAY and TV personality Benzly Hype is reclaiming the spotlight with his new single Neva Say Bye . Read More


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