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The Caribbean Fever Music Festival has been moved to December 17th due to the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy. Tickets already purchased will be honoured for December 17th and artist line up will remain the same. Info…
It was far from negative and sombre. Brian Mac Farlane seemed to have done a total 180 degree turn from his winning 2012 mas presentation, Santification when he presented his 2013 theme, “Joy, The Finale” last Sunday at his mas camp at Rosalino Street, Woodbrook.
Seeing LOTS of fetes already start advertising.Central Bank All Inclusive, Lime 2013 "Ready Yuhself and UWI Fete to name a few. Which fetes are on your MUST DO list for Carnival 2013 and which ones are you giving a pass? Short season, so will you be choosing wisely or fitting in as much as…Continue
Visitors, please note: Parades will begin on January 19th. All NEW ORLEANS parade activity will pause from January 28th – February 5th due to Super Bowl XLVII, which takes place on February 3rd. However, there will be parades…Continue
Reigning International Power and Groovy Soca Monarch Machel Montano has received first-round ballot consideration in the 55th Grammy Awards for his 2012 album, Double M, and the music video for "Vibes Cyah Done".
The first round nominations are in the World Music category in which Montano has a very good chance of making it through to the next stage.…Continue
This is the Song that will be playing at every Party, Parade, Independence Events and Festivals all over the world. Great song by the very talented Songstress, Lady Alexis. Its "Time For Fun" baby...…Continue
Brass Fest turned the spotlight on some of the Caribbean’s top entertainers including Mr Vegas, the Machel Montano (picturef above) HD ensemble, Patrice Roberts, Farmer Nappy, Edwin Yearwood, WCK and Krosfyah.
In recognition of the 50th anniversary of independence of Jamaica and Trinidad and Tobago, the two nations will be honoured at the head of next week’s West Indian American Day Carnival Parade in…
A stabbing on Eastern Pkwy and Bedford Ave. after the West Indian Day Parade.
Violence erupted hours after the West Indian Day Parade ended in Brooklyn this evening — leaving two dead and two others injured, authorities said.
A 26-year-old man was stabbed in the neck around 6:30 p.m. in front of Sing…