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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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Global Fans Seek Out Reggae's Mecca

Reggae artiste Queen Ifrica says the 22-year-old reggae lifestyle festival, Rebel Salute, will continue to pull thousands of tourists to the island annually. According to the conscious singer, tourists want to experience authentic reggae music from the place of its origin, and Rebel Salute provides that opportunity. Queen Ifrica, in…
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Giant Panda Guerilla Dub Squad

Giant Panda Guerilla Dub Squad used to be a regular on the Ithaca club circuit because bass player James Searl attended Ithaca College, but based out of their hometown of Brighton, a Rochester suburb, the band continues to tour and record. Earlier this year they released Steady, the bulk of…
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1987 Bruce Springsteen Goes Reggae

In the summer of 1987, Bruce Springsteen was keeping a very low profile. The ridiculous success of Born in the U.S.A. was two years behind him, and the singer knew that topping it would be impossible – so he didn't even try. Instead, he plugged away on his confessional, stripped-down…
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Reggae Fest Boosts Dreadlocks

You hardly ever hear the sound of blow-dryers or scissors in Yvonne Jacobs’s hair salon. That’s because three-quarters of the patrons at Eve Coiffure in Côte-St-Luc have dreadlocks. And Yvonne Jacobs — loctician, stylist and owner of Eve Coiffure — is getting a boost in business thanks to the Montreal…
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