Venezuelan Tall Ship Simón Bolívar to Dock in Nassau Harbour


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What a beauty! The Venezuelan Navy Training Vessel, the tall ship Simón Bolívar, will dock at the Nassau Harbour August 22-26, 2015. The ship will be open to the public for tours from noon until 6:00pm on August 22, and from 9:00am to 6:00pm on August 23-25. A welcoming ceremony for the arrival of the vessel is set for Saturday, August 22 at 11:00am.

Earlier this summer, the vessel stopped in Jamaica, Barbados, Belize and Cuba as part of the first stage of the crew’s 27th Caribbean training cruise, which began in Venezuela.

The visit to The Bahamas is part of the second stage of their training cruise, which began on July 27. This stage includes visits to Honduras, Cuba, and St Lucia.

The Simón Bolívar was built in Bilbao, Spain at Astilleros Celaya and launched in 1979.

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Jamaican Raw Sessions: The Raw Side of Reggae

Global Sisterz Media SALUTES on the launch of their ‘Jamaican Raw Sessions’…


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Howard Campbell (Jamaica Observer) reports that a French website dedicated to reggae that has been around since 2007——has launched an Internet series featuring Jamaican artists performing in acoustic form under the category “Jamaican Raw Sessions.”

Jamaican Raw Sessions is the title of the project by It showcases a number of performers as well as such as Max Romeo, Kabaka Pyramid, Wild Life and Derajah.

The sessions, done at the homes of artistes recording studios, were recorded in February when a team from were in Jamaica. “The most satisfying thing was to catch very natural and raw performances by talented artistes in their Jamaican yard in a professional, but joyful way. All artistes were really welcoming, accessible and glad to participate,” Monchicourt told the Jamaica Observer.

Most of the 14 ‘performances’ have been posted on the website’s Youtube channel. Co-Founder and CEO of United Reggae Camille…

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Dominican Police Will Not Confirm Nelly Shtarre’s Dead Pending Investigation

Latest Update on the Investigation of involving Sis. Nelly Stharre…

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The police have described as “mere speculations” that charred remains found in the heights of Mahaut in a burnt out house belong to that of Reggae artiste Nelly Raffoul, who goes by the stage name “Nelly Stharre,” Dominica News Online reports.

Police PRO, ASP Claude Weekes that it is true Raffoul lives in the area but the police is no position to confirm whether the remains are that of Raffoul.

“We are carrying out investigations into this matter,” he said, adding the investigations are in the early stages.

“Many people are speculating that she has died. We are not in a position to confirm that bearing in mind that we are in the early stages of the investigations,” he noted.

Weekes said the matter has to be scientifically analysed.

“What I can tell you is that there appear to be what is human remains and the police are conducting their…

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