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Reggae Wave TV Recaps Marley “3 Little Birds” & Pressure Buss Pipe Exclusive Interview

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This episode of Reggae Wave TV, Lance-O catches up with Pressure Buss Pipe to talk about his new single “Virgin Island Nice” and his album release party at Jazzid. Also Lance-O also shows footage of Bob Marley’s “Three Little Birds” play in New York -
-Stay tuned for part 2 of Daniel Marley’s exclusive interview on Reggae Wave TV.

New Super Food? DeJaFrut’s all natural sorbet!

Food was left struggling to find words to describe DeJaFrut’s all-natural sorbets. From the black cherry, coconut, hibiscus tea (sorrel), key lime, mango and our personal favorite, the pineapple, their sorbets are incredibly rich and deceptively creamy.

The frozen dessert made from sweetened water flavoured with fruit is dense and even in texture, and is made by slowly freezing down the ingredients while churning them constantly to create an even, consistent texture. DeJaFrut’s all-natural sorbets puts a tropical spin on Italian ice with local fruits that are mostly sourced from the parishes of St Elizabeth, St Mary, and St Thomas. Read more

Jamaica must do better at helping itself

This newspaper, probably more than any other entity, has repeatedly pointed to absence of foresight by Jamaica’s leaders in not ensuring that Sabina Park was outfitted with lights at the time the historic cricket ground was refurbished for the 2007 ICC Cricket World Cup.

We recall that at the time the People’s National Party (PNP) Government of the day had faced fierce criticism for its more than US$100 million expenditure on the World Cup. No doubt that criticism influenced the then Government to postpone the lighting project, which they knew would have to be implemented at some stage. Read more

‘Yeah, mon’: Toronto mayor resurrects Jamaican patois in Ford Nation video

Toronto Mayor Rob Ford took another opportunity to showcase his Jamaican accent in the latest episode of his weekly web series Ford Nation, called “From Jamaica with Love.”

In the video posted Thursday, Ford and his brother Coun. Doug Ford spent the three-minute segment reading fans’ letters about the mayor’s appearance on “Jimmy Kimmel Live” last month.

About two and a half minutes into the segment, Doug Ford read a letter he said is from a fan in Jamaica. Read more