Sun | Jun 7, 2020

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Karen Smith, the president of the Jamaica Federation of Musicians and Affiliated Unions (JFMAU), has questioned whether foreigners will be given work permits to provide entertainment when the tourism sector reopens. Foreign workers from countries...

Summer is finally here. So you know what that means: it’s time to turn up the heat! Jamaica’s most viewed online entertainment event, Digicel Unplugged, will be rolling out ‘beach waves’ for online viewers on Sunday, June 7, with a high-energy...

Sista Sasha is determined to do it her way in an era where dancehall gospel singers who had found fame on the secular stage are still earnestly carving out their path and shunning all mention of their former lifestyle altogether. Cognisant of her...

When French record producer, house music DJ, and remixer Bob Sinclar teams up with OMI, the result is pure magic – a celebratory track driven by the flavourful mix of sounds and coupled with compelling lyrics that speak positivity. Sinclar, the...

Nothing brings people together more than film and music. So film buffs and, by extension, music lovers are in for a mega feast: the ‘We Are One: A Global Film Festival’. When the COVID-19 pandemic struck, theatres and cinemas shuttered – and are...

“In order to be irreplaceable, one must always be different.” Strutting new life into the words of Coco Chanel is local fashion modelling agency, Saint International. The pioneer company celebrates another major global marquee moment with Saint...

As persons continue to be affected by the fallout from the COVID-19 virus, reggae artiste Sophia Brown is the latest artiste to extend a helping hand to the country’s most vulnerable. In an interview with The Gleaner, the singer expressed that...

The Jamaican Government has indicated that it will be taking a cautious approach in the reopening of the entertainment industry, which has taken a $26-billion hit since the sector was locked down in March to slow the spread of the novel coronavirus...

For almost three months, the COVID-19 pandemic has caused a global intermission for social activities and halted the production capabilities of various industries globally. Among the hardest hit in Jamaica are the Tourism and Creative Industries....

Organisers of Reggae Sunsplash have said that although fans will be left disappointed by the rescheduling of the event, they believe postponement was the right course of action. In a statement sent to The Gleaner on Friday, the team explained that...
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