Jamaica’s most respected comedian, Oliver Samuels, along with his co-stars: Volier Johnson, Dennis Titus, Lakeisha Ellison and Sharee Elise, will present their stage play, “Crazy but True,” on October 5th and 6th in Georgia. The event will be held at the Shiloh High School, located at 4210 Shiloh Road in Snellville, GA.
Tickets, which are going for $45 USD, can be purchased via the host, Mikey Sparkle Production’s website.
On Saturday, August 24th, gospel radio presenter and promoter, Brother Gary, will be hosting a gospel comedy show, dubbed ‘A Night Of Laughs & Praise.’ It will be held at the LaRoose Catering Hall, which is located at 4848 White Plains Road in the Bronx, from 5 PM until…
Though several entertainers have been confirmed for the event, patrons seems to be anticipating the appearance of the comedy duo Ity & Fancy Cat the most. They are the stars of the popular TV show, with the same name, and Ity Ellis has been a part of the body of Christ since 2016.
The Next 400 Gala and We Buy Black Convention will be held on August 23rd, 24th and 25th at the Georgia International Convention Center in Atlanta, Georgia.
This year’s honorees are: Mo’Nique, Yusuf Salaam, Dr. Lakeysha Hallmon and Mahmoud Abdul-Raouf. The keynote speaker will be Basheer Jones, with Derrick Boazman carrying out hosting duties. There is a $100 entrance fee. Click here for tickets.
Mary J. Blige has signed a first-look TV deal with Lionsgate to develop and produce television series via her newly launched Blue Butterfly Productions Company. Lions Gate Entertainment Corp. is a global content platform that brings films, television series, movies etc. to audiences all over the world.
Blige, who currently stars on Netflix’s The Umbrella Academy and VH1’s Scream, is no stranger to acting and the movie culture. That being said, now, in addition to everything else she’s involved with, MJB will be wearing a new hat as TV producer.
Recording artist, Amaziyah, will be hosting his annual Star F.A.M.E festival, which is committed to highlighting artists, poets and actors, this Sunday, July 7th. The event will take place at Foundation HQ in Spanish Town, St. Catherine, Jamaica, from 10 AM to 8 PM.
Patrons will be treated to live poetry reading, short films, plus both a fashion and stage show. Some of the artists and poets that will be featured are: Wise Wurdz, Skripcha, Spolly De Poet, Empress Black, Fire Ras, Nanko, Amaziyah, Dawitt St. Aubin and many more.
There will be an entrance fee of $1,500 JMD. For additional information, please contact 1-876-477-6245.
After two straight days of inconsistent internet service from Flow, impacted Kingston residents are abandoning the telecommunications giant for what they say is a more reliable service from Digicel.
It has been brought to our attention that Flow servers have gone down on a number of occasions throughout the month of May, making it impossible for persons who need internet access for work/school to get anything done.
One Kingston 19 resident told us that “his loyalty is to the company that is able give him good service and seeing as though he’s not getting any service from Flow, they are not in the running.” We reached out to Flow’s customer service office before preparing this article and were told that at least 5,000 homes in Kingston have been negatively impacted as a result of their servers going down.
Jamaican fast-man, Usain Bolt, has unveiled a new two-seater, all-electric and zero-emission vehicle, via his mobility company. It was on full display at the VivaTech conference in Paris a few days ago.
The car is being called the Bolt Nano and it comes in the same week that the firm announced it was rolling out its e-scooter offering in Paris.