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Roadside Eats
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Clifton Brown still 'canna cross it'
The star of Jamaica's No 1 viral video welcomes the recognition but remains dissatisfied about the lack of an adequate bridge in his community...
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Press Record: Chronixx
Jamar 'Chronixx' McNaughton speaks explicitly about his music career's past, present and future...
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Shabba Ranks arrives for Sumfest
Shabba Ranks arrives in Jamaica for Reggae Sumfest 2012
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A herbalist and his roots
Rastafarian at the Emancipation park, showcases his homemade beverages made from natural ingredients and emphasizes the need for healthy dieting
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J Capri Funeral
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Yendi and Chino: How they met before the baby
Yendi and Chino respond to what is being said. View article with comments and related video on our website here: bit.ly/HYKN7Z
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Stirring the Pot: Murray's Fish and Jerk Hut
As we ready to celebrate two decades of excellence in food service, delivery and presentation, we are stepping out bolder and starting our countdown this year by encouraging all to take a long, hard look at our culinary landscape — how far we have come, and, naturally, the possibilities. The 2017 Stirring The Pot Tour, which is sponsored by Serge Island and iCool, kicked off last week Thursday, March 23 at Toll Gate, Clarendon at Murray’s Fish and Jerk Hut...See more: http://www.jamaicaobserver.com/magazines/food/The-Ultimate-Jerk-Experience-at-Murray-s-Fish-and-Jerk-Hut_93505
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Cowboy: I owe my foot to Bigga Ford
Veteran crime fighter 'Cowboy' Knight survives at least three shootings. Read full story here: http://bit.ly/RAvcmx
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TEENage Expression Tour: Lennon High
Here Is a little history on Lennon High in Mocho Clarendon...
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Ninja Man for Sting 2012
Ninja Man is now in the line-up... Comment here: http://www.jamaicaobserver.com/video/Ninja-Man-for-Sting-20122012-11-09T18-17-48
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Voice from the street:Giving "Bun"
Individuals voice their concern about who is the better cheater between Male and Female
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Loose Cannon Tours
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Alleged police murder in Cassava Piece
Residents of Cassava Piece in St. Andrew protest over the alleged killing of Dianne Gordon, 45 by police on Friday...
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Voice From the Street: Abortion
Individuals express their thoughts on abortion
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Youth View Awards 2017
The Youth View Awards celebrated their 10th Anniversary last Saturday at the National Indoor Sports Centre. This was done by offering its audience an enticing mixture with many additives. These ranged from the simple instant photo booth upon entrance, to many tasty appetizers offered in the “swag lounge”. While the layout hadn’t changed from the last staging the show provided exciting performances and well deserved awards. The show was hosted by the illustrious former beauty queen Yendi Phillips and resident YVAs host and disc jock Bambino. They kept the audience’s attention with witty banter and wise cracks from start to finish and closed the show with a well choreographed and enthralling dance performance. The performances of the night ranged from gospel artistes such as Chozenn, Kevin Downswell and Rondell Positive who transformed the National Indoor Sports Centre into a place of worship; to Dancehall favourites such as Shenseea, D-Major, Xclusive and the Bruk Back singer Razor B who said he was “excited to perform and shell down the stage, and get the ladies to break backs”. Other performances featured International superstar Nylah (formerly of Brick and Lace) who is known for her single “Light it up” with Major Lazer. The highlights of the evening were the performances from legends such as Freddie McGregor and the YVA’s Icon Award recepient Beenie Man as they had the crowd dancing and singing a lot to their favourite hits. One surprise was when young fashionista and instagram model Shanice Allen was awarded Female Fashion Icon of the year over seasoned greats such as Miss Kitty and Spice. Young showstopper Shenseea who was nominated for the first time won three awards including break out artiste of the year http://www.jamaicaobserver.com/teenage/Youth-View-Awards-celebrates-ten-years-in-style
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Jones Town taxi operators fearful after colleague goes missing
A number of taxi operators who ply the Jones Town to downtown Kingston route Wednesday expressed fear for their safety following the disappearance of one of their colleagues last week. The operators withdrew their service to protest against the disappearance of their colleague, 51-year-old Kenneth Duncan along Collie Smith Drive in St Andrew. Duncan, otherwise known as Paul and Twinnie, of Crooks Street, Kingston 12 was last seen about 9:00 pm last Thursday at the Kingston Public Hospital wearing a khaki pants, a white T-shirt and a pair of black slippers. He is of dark complexion, stout build and is about 162 centimetres (5 feet 4 inches) tall. The protesting taxi operators said they suspect foul-play in Duncan's disappearance and are fearful that he may have been killed. “We never had this occurrence where Twinnie is concern. We realise that other drivers have been missing over the years; kidnappers take them away, take away their cars and killed them; some of them we find their body, some we don't,” a taxi operator who gave his name as Jeffery told the Jamaica Observer. Noting that his life has been threatened on more than one occasion, Jeffery said Duncan's disappearance is a call for concern. At the same time, he appealed to person who might know of his whereabouts to come forward. “The whole community is hurt [as] everybody loves Twinnie. Everybody can speak good of Twinnie. We love him and we miss and we would a really love to get him back right yah now, if is even him body weh we can bury him…,” Jeffery continued. “Right now taxi men [are] in fear right now and we came off the road from early because nobody no want to have this experience. We affi a look out for thief cause a one life you have to live and you have to take care of it to the best of your ability,” said Jeffrey. Another operator who gave his name as Michael, said too, that he was in fear of his life. Read more: http://301-joweb.newscyclecloud.com/news/jones-town-taxi-operators-fearful-after-colleague_156555?profile=1373
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Green Bay Massacre Survivor
A survivor of the Green Bay massacre 34 years ago is crying out to the Government for assistance, even as he declared that he had forgiven the Jamaica Defence Force (JDF), whose soldiers shot dead five other men at the army's firing range in the hills of Hellshire, St Catherine, on January 5, 1978...
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Ninjaman speaks his mind
Desmond 'Ninjaman' Ballentine speaks on the public's perception of who he is and his plans for the future...
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Dinner with Grace Jones @ Goldeneye
Read full story here: http://www.jamaicaobserver.com/lifestyle/So-Full-Of-Grace
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Holding a vibe with Hempress Sativa
"Conscious" artistes have long been the foundation of Reggae music, and with international trends leaning towards a relaxation in the use of marijuana there was no better time than now to speak with Rastafarian singer Hempress Sativa. Read more: http://www.jamaicaobserver.com/latestnews/Holding-a-vibe-with-Hempress-Sativa#ixzz2n1KbMYu7
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Gloria's Port Royal
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Deer hunting?
REPORTS of a proposal from United States (US) hunters seeking permission to pursue the white-tailed deer in Portland have received mixed reviews by farmers and residents, some directly affected by the animals. The wild deer, native to the Americas, have populated the hills of the eastern parish, destroying the crops of small farmers. “Although the deer don't really affect my crops, I am concerned about the persons who are affected, and for that reason I am in agreement with the suggestion made by the Americans,” said Clinton Lammie. Errol Campbell, who plants pumpkins, dasheen and yams, was also in agreement with his colleague. Campbell told the Jamaica Observe North & East that the deer eats his pumpkin vines and corns, causing him to “dislike” the Odocoileus virginianus, also known as the Virginia deer. “My livelihood is being affected. Get rid of them,” he stressed. Orville Stewart: “I am fortunate to see the deer regularly and to not be affected by them anymore.”
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Should child rapists face death penalty?
STOP SEX ABUSE! Protestors want death penalty for rape. Scores of Jamaicans, angered by the gruesome attack and rape of five females, including an eight year- old child, yesterday protested... Read full story here: http://bit.ly/PFUTyH
Views: 10203 Jamaica Observer