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Baby Bob Marley

Myles Kingston Sadler may have been born long after the time of Bob Marley, but the toddler is already proving to be one of the reggae legend's biggest fans. The 2-year-old's parents are of Jamaican, Cuban and Haitian descent and say the little boy loves reggae music. Videos posted to…
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I Was Supposed To Be Born Jamaican

Ashanti was in Jamaica last weekend hosting a party at Fiction nightclub and ringing in the new year with Shaggy at his house in Kingston. The R&B diva seems like she had a great time on the island so we might see some more of her in Jamaica soon. Speaking…
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Local Reggae Continues To Be Outsold

Billboard findings show Jamaica losing grip on genre to overseas markets LAST year was a tough one for local reggae at least, according to Billboard magazine findings. In June, the internationally acclaimed chart revealed that United States (US) reggae acts were outselling their Jamaican counterparts. By September, more Billboard research…
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Bob Marley's Take On Life

On Jan. 9, community members will explore relationships through the song lyrics of Bob Marley with Dr. Kim Bateman as part of the engaging Sierra College Insights series. From the blissful state of Marley’s “One Love” to the impetus to “Get Up, Stand Up, Stand Up for Your Rights,” many…
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Bob Marley Museum ReOpens

A steady stream of visitors poured into the Bob Marley Museum on its reopening yesterday. The Hope Road facility had been closed since mid-October. "The museum has been in operation for nearly 30 years, while the building itself is almost a century old... so we did some structural upgrade which…
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Documenting Reggae For Over 30 Years

For over 30 years, Roger Steffens has earned a reputation as an authority on Bob Marley and the Wailers. The massive archive of Marley/reggae memorabilia at his Los Angeles home has attracted reggae's elite and Hollywood A-listers like Leonardo DiCaprio. But Steffens had a cache of slides close to his…
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