Rashawn Ross of St. Thomas MONTREAL – Everyone should be lucky enough to love their job as much as Dave Matthews loves his. And judging by the perma-grins on stage, it must be love that leads Matthews and his cohorts to play such famously long sets. Wednesday’s three-hour Bell Centre show for
Puma Ptah of St. Thomas ROCHESTER, New Hampshire — Between worldwide reggae fests in Italy and Jamaica, is a festival tomorrow August 1 at The Governor’s Inn, where eight reggae bands will entertain with more than 10 hours of music, accompanied by arts and craft vendors, Jamaican grill pits and
Juan “Pretty” McCullum WASHINGTON — The Hill online non-partisan political newspaper has chosen Delegate to Congress Stacey Plaskett’s general counsel as one of the 50 Most Beautiful People in the District of Columbia for 2015. Juan McCullum, 32, of Pearl, Mississippi was listed as No. 5 on the list compiled
CHARLOTTE AMALIE – When superstar comedian/actor Cedric The Entertainer took the stage recently with a big smile, it was clear to patrons attending the opening night at the United States Virgin Islands (USVI) Music Festival in St. Thomas that the festival would deliver all that was advertised in the package.
ATLANTA – The St. Thomas brothers who make up the musical due Rock City gave an interview to The Idolator’s Chris Williot yesterday. Theron and Timothy Thomas – who spoke at the University of the Virgin Islands Man-Up Male Empowerment Conference this year – were candid when they spoke with Williot
Julian Marley SAN JUAN – Julian Marley, son of reggae legend Bob Marley, has released a song celebrating the decriminalization of marijuana in Jamaica as a liberating experience. The song, “Lemme go,” focuses on how the amendment to the 1948 Dangerous Drugs Act benefits Rastafarians, who consider smoking marijuana
Oskar Rodriguez can usually be found busting a move and breaking a sweat as a backup dancer for artists such as Janet Jackson and Jennifer Lopez, but now he’ll be centered stage as he stars in the new season of HULU’s original series “East Los High.” Born and raised
SAN JUAN — Everyone is all about the “Minions” movie right now, but one company has taken it too far while promoting the film. A week before the movie premiered on July 10, Kotex Puerto Rico posted on its official Facebook that they were ready to watch the flick.
“Sugar Cane Alley” 1983 PORT OF SPAIN — The Trinidad and Tobago Film Festival has unveiled its first selections for this year’s edition of the Festival with the announcement that ten classic Caribbean films will form part of the 2015 lineup. These ten films will screen in a special sidebar
KRALENDIJK, Bonaire (VIFreep) — Yonanas, the innovative dessert maker that churns out delicious “ice cream” from just frozen fruit has announced a new opportunity for fans to have a once-in-a-lifetime experience. One lucky sweepstakes winner and a guest will win a roundtrip vacation for two to the Caribbean island of Bonaire.