Jamaica

CONCACAF Gold Cup 2019 Quarter Finals at The Linc

June 30, 2019 PHILADELPHIA — Haiti (defeated Canada) and Mexico (defeated Costa Rica) on Saturday in Houston, TX to advance to the CONCACAF Gold Cup Semi-Finals, and on Sunday, June 30th, 2019, the Quarter-Finals moved to Lincoln Financial Field in Philadelphia, PA. Jamaica defeated Panama 1-0 in the first game. The second match of the night, […]

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Interview with Damian Marley

Being one of the living legacies of the King of reggae music, Bob Marley, is not an easy torch to carry but his youngest son, Damian “Jr. Gong” Marley, has done it with style and grace. With a stellar new album under his belt, Damian Marley has hit the road for a national tour that […]

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Do You See What See-I?

Union Transfer was the setting for fans of Reggae, Rock, and Jangsta Funk, on Saturday night as See-I brought their infectious sound to Philadelphia. With support from DJ Rob Paine and The Pimps of Joytime, the show boasted a triple bill of musical treats. See-I last appeared in the Philly region when they played the […]

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2011 Penn Relays & The Broad Street Run

The 2011 Penn Relays had wonderful energy that just seemed to fill Franklin Field. From the nervous excitement of the athletes to the passion of the fans and families, everyone was thrilled that this year’s event had finally arrived. The Penn Relays have always drawn a great deal of attention to the “USA vs The […]

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Dub Legend Lee “Scratch” Perry on World (Cafe Live) Stage

  Reggae artists may come and reggae artists may go, but Lee “Scratch” Perry remains. Singing, shimmying and shining (literally and figuratively), the 74-year-old Jamaican lit up the lighter-waving crowd Thursday at World Café Live in University City. Thanking the audience for making him “feel like Peter Pan,” Perry jumped, ran and tip-toed across the […]

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