Community Conversations 2017

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  • Billboard’s Got Some Splainin To Do

    Billboard’s Got Some Splainin To Do

    You might remember the angst a year ago when Billboard named Joss Stone’s Water for Your Soul the reggae album of the year and Joss Stone the reggae artist of the year. Manyqueried the reasonableness of declaring a non-reggae artist… Posted: January 3, 2017Views: 65674No Comment Yet
  • Tribute to Ma B...  Mrs. Pat Bailey

    Tribute to Ma B... Mrs. Pat Bailey

    Pat Bailey was a renaissance woman, a pioneer who blazed her way into the hearts and households of millions for nearly half a century. I am humbled to say she was a mentor to me. She along with her husband… Posted: January 3, 2017Views: 8693No Comment Yet
  • Remembering Dy Dy

    Remembering Dy Dy

    My grandmother was the sweetest person I ever met. She never got angry or upset. She always laughed and had a good word to share. She never used "foul" language; I never heard her swear. She always sang or hummed… Posted: December 29, 2016Views: 8996No Comment Yet
  • Be a Beacon and Channel Positive Vibrations

    Be a Beacon and Channel Positive Vibrations

    Hey Family, been keeping quite these day but I have to say something...why do so many folks get on social media and shame people for believing in Christmas? For celebrating Christmas? "Oh, it's a pagan holiday," they say and on… Posted: December 27, 2016Views: 8235No Comment Yet
  • Celebrating Sharon Gordon; Elevating CPR

    Celebrating Sharon Gordon; Elevating CPR

    October 5, 2016, Brooklyn, N.Y. The Coalition to Preserve Reggae Music's annual staging of Reggae Culture Salute scheduled for Saturday, November 5, will not take place as previously announced. With artists plagued by challenges in securing Visas and Work Permits,… Posted: October 5, 2016Views: 8040No Comment Yet
  • Etanaism: The Good, the Bad and the Ugly

    Etanaism: The Good, the Bad and the Ugly

    Etana’s misguided foray into activist punditry seems destined to be career-altering, much like that of the Dixie Chicks, more than 13 years ago, when that group’s comment regarding President George W. Bush altered their career trajectory. In time, the Dixie… Posted: October 5, 2016Views: 8403No Comment Yet
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