From the moment he walks into a small banquet room in the back of the Sunset Marquis Hotel in West Hollywood, Damian Marley projects a different swag than his brothers Julian and Stephen Marley. With a black-and-red “Zilla” snapback on his head covering his knee-length dreadlocks, a fresh pair of navy Timberland boots and a gleaming gold Rolex, the youngest son of reggae king Bob … Continue reading If we’re not careful, Damian Marley thinks corporations will ruin cannabis culture
Jamaica’s medical ganja industry takes ‘historic step’ with Kaya Chairman of Kaya Farms, Balram Vaswani, has said that sister company, Kaya Herbhouse is set to officially open its doors in March to the Jamaican public and visitors to the island, who are interested in sampling its offerings of medical marijuana and related products. In making the announcement on Tuesday, Vaswani said persons wishing to purchase … Continue reading Kaya & Jamaica’s medical ganja industry
In 2001, Shaggy was introduced to the Bustamante Hospital for Children whilst visiting a friend’s son who had been admitted there. He was so moved by what he witnessed, that he vowed to do whatever he could to make things better there for our nation’s children. Jump ahead to 2018 and Rock music legend Sting and Haitian American musician Wyclef Jean were among the international … Continue reading Shaggy & Friends…Making A Difference
The M1 by MIIEGO is one of the best earphones I have ever experienced. Sleek and modern in its feel and design, it is the perfect pair of earphones for the stylish modern music lover, who does not necessarily want to fit in by using the typical go- to options for an excellent listening experience. The Premium Isolation Eartips of the M1 has customized fit … Continue reading The MIIEGO Review
CanEx Jamaica to Host Cannabis Seminar Series in Kingston
Preparations have been going well and we believe this is going to be a wonderful event building from what was done last year; I believe the team has been working hard to ensure that people have a good time. It’s the best combination of doing something fun while doing some good for those in need.
Shauna Fuller Clarke’s B.A.S.E. Foundation teamed up with organiser, Sabrina Webster to deliver a clean and classic affair to enhance Endometriosis awareness- awidespread , yet sadly insufficiently discussed disease