Charlotte Independence Football Club Signs Jamaican Footballer Je-Vaughn Watson

CHARLOTTE, N.C. — The Charlotte Independence football club bolstered their squad on Friday with the signing of veteran Jamaican football player Je-Vaughn Watson. Watson has competed previously for Major League Soccer’s Houston Dynamo, FC Dallas, and New England Revolution and brings immense experience to the club.  Je-Vaughn is a player we think adds to the…

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MUST WATCH: Shaggy and Sting Perform at Queen Elizabeth’s Birthday Party.

London, UK – Queen Elizabeth who celebrated her 92nd birthday on April 21, was treated with performances from a host of musical talents at the Royal Albert Hall including the recently formed duo, Sting and Shaggy. The duet performed their reggae-gesturing single Don’t Make Me Wait, from their collaborative new album 44/871 and later returned to…

J$25 Million Grant Facility Made Available For Small and Micro Entrepreneurs in At-Risk, Low-Income Communities

Kingston, Jamaica – The Jamaica Social Investment Fund (JSIF), has launched a micro and small business grants program that seeks to assist passionate, innovative small businesses and startups from at-risk, low-income communities realize their entrepreneurial dreams and reach new markets. The program, which is being executed as part of the Integrated Community Development Project (ICDP), provides…

The Ultimate Jamaican Vacation Travel Guide For Traveling Like A Local

Finally a guide about Jamaica written by a Jamaican who actually knows a thing or two about the country. Jamaica: Vacation Like A Local is the ultimate guide for visitors who want a truly immersive cultural experience outside the ordinary all-inclusive offerings available on the market. This guide has the most relevant, up-to-date and useful…

Photo Review: Xaymaca International Jamaican Carnival 2018

Kingston, Jamaica – Last week, thousands of revelers arrived in Jamaica for the largest staging of carnival in the island’s history rivaling that of Trinidad and Tobago. The carnival scene in Jamaica has been going active for decades, starting in the 1940’s with the opening of the University of the West Indies. Students from the Eastern Caribbean, especially those from…