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Posted on 3rd September 2008 by Reggaelifestyle

A new and highly anticipated book with detailed information and over a hundred documenting the birth and rise of Jamaica’s dancehall culture will be available next month.

Dancehall: The Story of Jamaican Dancehall Culture - Book Description

This definitive study of the 1980s Jamaican Dancehall scene features hundreds of exclusive photographs and an accompanying text that capture a vibrant, globally influential and yet rarely documented culture that has been mixing music, fashion and lifestyle with aplomb since its inception. With unprecedented access to the incredibly exciting music scene during this period, Beth Lesser’s photographs and text are a unique way into a previously hidden culture.

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Posted on 3rd September 2008 by Reggaelifestyle

A Cambridge academic was criticised yesterday after he declared he could not bear to live next door to Jamaicans who ‘play reggae music all day’. George Steiner, 79, who is also a novelist, said he believes racism is inherent in everyone and that racial tolerance is merely skin deep. Mr Steiner, whose Jewish family fled to America from Paris before the Nazi invasion of 1940, said: ‘It’s very easy to sit here, in this room, and say “racism is horrible”. ‘But ask me the same thing if a Jamaican family moved next door with six children and they play reggae and rock music all day. ‘Or if an estate agent comes to my house and tells me that because a Jamaican family has moved next door the value of my property has fallen through the floor. Ask me then!’

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Posted on 8th July 2008 by Reggaelifestyle

The government is to establish a museum of reggae music and artifacts, to represent the struggles and achievements of Jamaican music, and will establish a special initiative to encourage and assist Jamaican film makers to produce works on Jamaican culture.

The announcement was made last week by Minister of Water and Housing, Dr Horace Chang, who was giving the welcome address on behalf of Prime Minister, Bruce Golding at a launching reception for the seventh International Crossroads in Cultural Studies Conference. The reception was held at Vale Royal, the Prime Minister’s official residence.

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Posted on 12th January 2008 by Reggaelifestyle

Allbatts.com is an online superstore offering the widest selection and best prices on batteries. Visit the website and be in awe at the comprehensive collection that’s includes, cell phone batteries, power tool batteries, digital camera batteries, camcorder batteries, laptop batteries, PDA batteries, scanner batteries and so many other gadgets and electronics.

Any consumer looking to purchase batteries now or in the future will find allbatts.com to be a valuable resource as the battery care centre and lists various articles that provide information on how to proper care, replace, handle and dispose of batteries. Remember for everything from a laptop battery to a scanner battery, visit allbatts.com.

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Posted on 9th December 2007 by Reggaelifestyle

Kestenbaum, Eisner & Gorin is a well known law firm located in Southern California that specializes in the defense of all felony, misdemeanor, and DUI cases. They are ranked in the top 5% of all US law firms, specialize in criminal law, has over 50 years courtroom experience and has offices all over the Southern California area.

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Posted on 29th November 2007 by Reggaelifestyle

Friendsation.com is a free online dating site that offers free personals to members all over the world. It offers regular and advance dating site features such as buddy lists, free chat, blogging, voice personals and much more.

Friendsation is in beta stage but offers a popular location to find friends and online dating via an easy to use dating site.

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Posted on 18th November 2007 by Reggaelifestyle

Kingston is Jamaica’s largest city and the international capital of reggae and dancehall music. Everyone knows that music is one of the main reasons why Jamaica is instantly recognized and so many visitors come far and wide to experience Kingston and the entire Jamaica. A Hotel Guide is very vital to any visitor looking to prepare well for a visit and the city travel guides provided by hotelsbycity.net does a wonderful job of giving visitors a proper synopsis on what kind of experience they can expect from visiting Kingston.

The guide covers the entire Kingston area, attractions and events inside and on the outskirts of the city and much more. Looking to visiting Kingston? This hotel guide provides all the information you need about Jamaica’s capital.

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Posted on 4th November 2007 by Reggaelifestyle

PAYjr is an innovative online allowance and Chore program for kids and teens. PAYjr helps parents to reward their children for completing chores and other such good behavior. Allowances can be loaded directly, electronically, and automatically to a free, reloadable and reusable card which is safer than cash, Plus with PAYjr new partnership with well known store chain Target means a great place for children to go to reward themselves. Children will also be able to learn valuable lessons about money management, budgeting and saving towards a goal.

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