A newly-curated collection by iconic artist Peter Max will be on exhibit and available for purchase at the Geary Gallery, April 30th – May 7th. Peter Max will also make two special appearances at the gallery Thursday, May 5th, 2016 from 6-9 pm and Saturday, May 7th from 4-7 pm. RSVP’s are required. Peter Max has painted […]
“Taste the Islands with Chef Irie” a popular Jamaican-produced TV program made its debut on American Public Television in select U.S. markets this week. Hosted by culinary consultant Hugh (Chef Irie) Sinclair, the seven-part, Jamaica Tourist Board-sponsored series, is the first Caribbean cooking show and the first Jamaican-produced series to be aired nationally on the […]
HARTFORD, CT – The Black Hustler Sound system has been quiet on the clashing front over the last few years leaving their fans a teeny bit worried if the team still had the clashing vibes in them. However, the Sound system quieted their doubters last night after beating New York City based Sound system Young […]
Legendary British photographer Charlie Phillips talks to the BBC’s Dan Damon about the customs and fashions of Afro-Caribbean funerals in London. Phillips has been photographing funerals from the Windrush generation in the 1950s to present day.
So sis asked me to do a piece for her blog many moons ago. Of course she made the mistake of not giving me a specific topic. Hmmmm, what to do…..I see she has grabbed the procrastinating topic so there goes that…..seems to be a family trait, this thing called procrastination. Then viola! Well, make […]