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  1. The women’s advocacy group National Organization for Women (NOW) has slammed as textbook “misogyny”, Minister of Education Ronald Jones’ criticism of “nakedness and exposure” on the road during Grand Kadooment. Even though Jones had not singled out women, NOW First Vice President Mechell Marshall insisted the inference was clear, and the minister had no right […]
  2. After nine years and capturing a total of 49 awards in the Crop Over Festival, leader of the Youth Explosion Kadooment band, Quincy Jones, is stepping down. Although his love for the band is still there, he believes it’s time to pass on the mantle of leadership to younger people. “I believe that parts of […]
  3. If the Pic-O-De-Crop competition were a horse race and one had attended all the training gallops and done the homework on the mounts, one could not be faulted for picking a thoroughbred called Ian Webster to win the feature event by at least a half-length. The First Citizens Big Show opened on Saturday at the […]
  4. As Crop Over 2017 gains momentum, not even the rain over the weekend was enough to prevent party goers from having a grand time at the Valhalla: Kooler Experience fete. Held at the Bellevue Plantation in Waterford, St Michael, the event sponsored by party promoters, One Light, and Foreday Morning band, Spektrum, brought together a […]
  5. As far as Minister of Education Ronald Jones is concerned, too many people are much too naked and far too exposed while jumping on the road at Grand Kadooment. Addressing Youth Explosions’ annual church service Sunday morning at the St David’s Anglican Church in Christ Church, Jones did not say if moral police should be […]

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