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Alkaline wanted for questioning in relation to murder case

February 9, 2017
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Detectives from the Criminal Investigations Branch are seeking popular entertainer Alkaline, real name Earlan Bartley, for questioning in relation to the murder of Rohan Morris.

It is believed that he can assist them with the investigations.

Bartley is being asked to report to the Area 4 Headquarters, Harman Barracks in Vineyard Town by 5 p.m. tomorrow

courtesy http://jamaica-star.com/article/20170207/alkaline-wanted-questioning-relation-murder-case

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No To Violence Against Women And Children – MoBay Protesters

February 9, 2017
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Published:Tuesday | February 7, 2017 | 12:00 AMOkoye Henry

Western Bureau:

Women clad in black yesterday took to the streets of Montego Bay to protest against the recent spate of violence against women and children, who are being killed in increasing numbers in the western city.

The protest was organised by the Central St James Women’s Movement. It saw women and a few men, who came out to support the action, displaying placards with messages such as ‘Real men don’t hurt women’ and ‘Say no to violence against women and children’.

“We want it to be known that we are not going to sit by and allow this violence to continue without saying anything about it,” said Donna Lynch, the president of the movement. “We want our message to be heard loud and clear.”

Government senator and former mayor of Montego Bay, Councillor Charles Sinclair, one of the men who supported the initiative, said he fully endorsed what the women were doing, as he, too, was angry with the general crime situation.

SHOWING SUPPORT

“Many women and children have been murdered viciously in Jamaica from the latter part of last year going into this year,” said Sinclair. “… These people are out here to show support to the grieving families as well as say to the rest of Jamaica that we must take stock of ourselves and bring a halt to this gruesome situation,” he said.

Last year, Sinclair was one of the persons lobbying for a state of emergency in St James during a peak period in the ongoing violence.

However, while the march basically got the thumbs up from many men, there were a few who took exception to the fact that it was primarily focused on violence against women and children.

“This should be a march against violence in general, there should be no segregation, because the stats will show that we have more men being killed than women and children,” said a male onlooker. “What I am seeing on the placards would seem to suggest that it is OK to target men, but spare the lives of women and children.”

okoye.henry@gleanerjm.com

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Tosh Museum Presents ‘The Steppin Razor Experience’

February 9, 2017
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Published:Wednesday | February 8, 2017 | 12:00 AM

As Jamaica celebrates Reggae Month, the recently opened Peter Tosh Museum will be hosting The Steppin’ Razor Experience, in honour of the reggae legend.

The event, scheduled to take place at the newly appointed Peter Tosh Square at the Pulse Centre on February 25, will feature live and recorded music.

A number of reggae heavyweights are set to perform, among them Andrew Tosh, Beenie Man, Dre Tosh and Garnett Silk Jr.

Guests will also be able to go on special tours in what is being dubbed as ‘A night at the Museum.’ Tours will be offered at discounted rates and Jamaicans and visitors alike will get another opportunity to access this already famous facility comfortably.

An official statement from the Tosh Museum said, ‘As we celebrate Reggae as well as Black History Month in February, this whole period presents a great opportunity for people to visit the museum to learn more, not only about Tosh’s significant contribution to Jamaica’s cultural history, but also his social justice advocacy, which is as salient today as it was in his time. His position on equal rights, apartheid and the legalisation of marijuana resonates around the world to this day. Some will say more today than ever before.’

The Peter Tosh Museum is a joint-venture collaboration between the Peter Tosh Estate, Pulse Investments Limited and Marlene Brown.

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Beyoncé Announces She’s Pregnant with Twins

February 2, 2017
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By Kiersten Willis – February 1, 2017

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Beyoncé Announces She’s Pregnant with Twins………………………..

Beyoncé announced Wednesday, Feb. 1, that she is pregnant with twins, giving 5-year-old Blue Ivy Carter two new siblings. The “Freedom” singer revealed the news on Instagram with a photo of her kneeling.And looking toward the camera as she caresses her growing baby bump.

The 35-year-old singer thanked her fans for their messages of encouragement, saying she and husband Jay Z, 47, “have been blessed two times over.”

Beyoncé Announces She’s Pregnant with Twins

Beyoncé announced Wednesday, Feb. 1, that she is pregnant with twins, giving 5-year-old Blue Ivy Carter two new siblings. The “Freedom” singer revealed the news on Instagram with a photo of her kneeling. And looking toward the camera as she caresses her growing baby bump.

The 35-year-old singer thanked her fans for their messages of encouragement, saying she and husband Jay Z, 47, “have been blessed two times over.”

Beyoncé Announces She’s Pregnant with Twins

Beyoncé announced Wednesday, Feb. 1, that she is pregnant with twins, giving 5-year-old Blue Ivy Carter two new siblings. The “Freedom” singer revealed the news on Instagram with a photo of her kneeling. And looking toward the camera as she caresses her growing baby bump.

The 35-year-old singer thanked her fans for their messages of encouragement, saying she and husband Jay Z, 47, “have been blessed two times over.”

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Top Celebrities with Jamaican Parents

February 1, 2017
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Jamaica – our little rock – a small country in the middle of the Caribbean Sea.

Just over 50-years-old, with an estimated population of 2.8 million in 2014, and a total surface area of just 10, 9991 square kilometres.

We’re a small country but despite the nation’s size we’ve produced an astonishing number of world famous celebrities.

Bob Marley, Usain Bolt, Shaggy, Sean Paul…just to name a few.

Yep, definitely likkle but tallawah.

Other stars, that didn’t grow up here, also have the magic of Jamaica in their blood.

Many people know that boxer Lennox Lewis is of Jamaican descent, as well as actress Sheryl Lee Ralph, model/singer Grace Jones and the great Harry Belafonte.

But there are many more world famous people out there that have Jamaican heritage.

Clearly there’s something special in the water!

 

Here are 13 celebrities you may not have known had Jamaican origins.

1. Kerry Washington

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Olivia Pope the actress that portrays Scandal’s leading lady, Kerry Washington, her mother is Jamaican.

2.Tyga

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Rapper Tyga’s father is from Jamaica.

3. will.i.am

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Scream and Shout singer and member of the Black Eyed Peas, Will.i.am, has Jamaican parents.

4. Naomi Campbell Coat

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British supermodel, Naomi Campbell, who was recently in the island on vacation with Paris Hilton, was born to a Jamaican mother.

5. Tyson Beckford

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Male model Tyson Beckford’s parents are from Jamaica. He actually lived in the island until he was 7.

6. Mya

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My Love Is Like…Wo singer Mya’s has a yardie father.

7. Notorious-Big_c1997-650

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Both of the parents of the late rapper The Notorious B.I.G. are Jamaican.

8. Patrick Ewing

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Former NBA star Patrick Ewing was born in Jamaica.




9. Gov_David_Paterson

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David Paterson, the first black governor of New York, has a Jamaican father.

10. Busta Rhymes

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Rapper Busta Rhymes has Jamaican parents.

11. Corbin Bleu

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For those of you who remember High School Musical, the only black lead in the movie, actor Corbin Bleu’s father is Jamaican.

12. Al Roker

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Today Show weather man Al Roker’s mother is from the rock.

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