J’cans open bedrooms to sex dolls | News

Sex dolls have been around for ages, but earlier this week social media went into a frenzy when Sexy Real Sex Doll Shakira began making rounds. These silicone beauties now boast human like features such as the ability to simulate orgasms, flirt, and they can even be made to feel warm like real skin. Based on how frighteningly realistic they look, questions are being raised about whether or not the sex dolls might be able to replace females in Jamaican bedrooms. In a post made on Instagram, dancehall artiste Ce’Cile…

J’CANS OPEN BEDROOMS TO SEX DOLLS | News

Sex dolls have been around for ages, but earlier this week social media went into a frenzy when Sexy Real Sex Doll Shakira began making rounds. These silicone beauties now boast human like features such as the ability to simulate orgasms, flirt, and they can even be made to feel warm like real skin. Based on how frighteningly realistic they look, questions are being raised about whether or not the sex dolls might be able to replace females in Jamaican bedrooms. In a post made on Instagram, dancehall artiste Ce’Cile…

Steel Pulse founding member dies | Entertainment

The entertainment fraternity is in mourning following the passing of Steel Pulse’s founding member, Steve ‘Grizzly’ Nisbett. His death was announced via the reggae group’s Facebook page. “It is with a heavy heart that we must pass the sad news that today, our brother, our friend, our timekeeper for so many years, original founding member of Steel Pulse, Steve ‘Grizzly’ Nisbett, has passed away suddenly and unexpected. As we the Steel Pulse family far and wide have lost someone so close to us, we will still take the stage in…

‘Pressure Drop’ and ‘Saving Grace’ demonstrate contrasting styles | Entertainment

Theatregoers might be intrigued at the very different approaches taken to serious family problems by two equally successful plays currently on our stages. Spoiler alert: both Basil Dawkins’ Pressure Drop (Little Little Theatre) and Fabian Barracks’ Saving Grace (Phoenix Theatre) end happily. For those who have been following Dawkins’ productions for a while – perhaps even since his first commercial one, Flatmate, in 1980 – the upbeat ending will come as no surprise. Dawkins insists that he writes ‘dramedies’ which see-saw between comedy and serious drama and generally climax’ ‘…

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Fri, Jan 26St AnnDweet And Done at Amnesia Night Club, Ocho Rios. Music by: Bass Oddessy and Fire Redz from Florida. Adm: $1,000. VIP: $2,000. Ladies 2 for 1 before 12.Fri, Jan 26Kingston… Source link

Tessellated hands over live show proceeds to Alpha Institute | Entertainment

The Alpha Institute remains grateful to Corporate Jamaica for the support given throughout its 138 years in existence, and is especially touched by persons who reach out individually to donate time, energy, and money to assist with the various programmes. Margaret Little Wilson, school administrator, met with Joshua ‘Tessellated’ Meeks and his grandmother, Marjorie Tulloch-Hobbs, to receive the proceeds accumulated from the Pine and Ginger artiste’s benefit event in December. The live show, Tessellated and Friends, which featured international recording artistes Amindi and Valleyz (Pine and Ginger) as well as…

Five Questions With Charly Black | Entertainment

This week’s five questions with feature highlights the ‘man from Trelawny’, Charly Black. Black made several big moves on the entertainment scene last year, dominating headlines across the globe for becoming a platinum and diamond-selling artiste. He wrapped up an extraordinary year, by signing a recording deal with global powerhouse, Universal records. Now, he looks to further his success in 2018. Here are five questions with Charly Black. What is one thing people would be surprised to know about you? Charly: That I am still humble despite all my success.…

State of Emergency declared in St James | News

January 18, 2018 A State of Emergency is now in effect for the parish of St James. Prime Minister Andrew Holness, in making the announcement at a Jamaica House press conference, said the level of violence in the second city has reached intolerable limits.  “The Government has been contemplating this action for sometime,” the prime minister said. “It is not an action for show,” he stressed. St James recorded 335 murders in 2017.   Source link