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  1. China's experimental fusion reactor maintains superheated hydrogen plasma for 102 secondsRead the original story w/Photo

    19 hrs ago | Gizmag

    A bit of friendly competition never hurt anyone. China's EAST tokamak and Germany's Wendelstein 7-X aren't exactly fusion energy's answer to Messi and Ronaldo, but through their own flashes of individual brilliance the reactors might one day command the world's attention in a much more important way.

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  2. Akon, Ikaya sizzle in MoBayRead the original story w/Photo

    20 hrs ago | The Gleaner

    ... Redemption Song left no doubt that Ikaya's stocks are very high. The festival, designed to mark the 71st birthday of reggae legend Bob Marley, got royal treatment from the reggae king's grandson and son, Skip Marley, and the multitalented Ky-Mani ...

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  3. Redemption for Bob and Buju - Homage to Banton, Tosh, Gregory, Beres, Alton, Minott at Marley concertRead the original story w/Photo

    20 hrs ago | The Gleaner

    Mel Cooke Andrew Tosh performs at Redemption Live, Digicel's 71st birtday concert for Bob Marley held at Sabina Park, Kingston, on Sunday. Sunday's Redemption Live concert, staged by Digicel at Sabina Park, Kingston, was naturally laden with interpretations of Bob Marley songs as it celebrated the reggae legend's 71st birthday, which was actually the previous day.

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  4. The Diary: So which Scots team did Bob Marley support, and what the...Read the original story w/Photo

    20 hrs ago | Sunday Herald

    "Did someone say that Scottish educational standards were slipping? This notice in the window of a Troon boutique suggests that the owner has some doubts about the arithmetical capabilities of potential customers.," says Willie Young in Giffnock REGGAE superstar Bob Marley, who would have been 71 this week if he was still alive, could list the Celtic team that won the European Cup. As celebrity fan stories go, that one is hard to top.

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  5. Redemption concert lives up to billingRead the original story w/Photo

    22 hrs ago | Jamaica Observer

    CELEBRATION of the life of late reggae legend Bob Marley continued on Sunday with the Digicel's Redemption Live Concert held at Sabina Park in Kingston. The free concert kicked off at 4:00 pm and featured stellar performances from the likes of Morgan Heritage, Cocoa Tea, Tanya Stephens, Bugle, and Sizzla Kalonji.

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  6. Miller debunks calls for Reggae MuseumRead the original story w/Photo

    22 hrs ago | Jamaica Observer

    Recent calls for the establishment of a reggae museum in Jamaica were debunked Sunday during the Jamaica Music Museum's Grounation series, at the Institute of Jamaica. The lead story in last Friday's entertainment section of the Jamaica Observer , headlined 'Rodigan calls for reggae museum', quoted British radio personality David Rodigan, saying: "There is a need for a reggae museum to be here in Jamaica to reflect the history of this music that you have and is revered all over the world" A previous Observer article highlighted the Lewis brothers, Ian and Roger of the Inner Circle Band, making a similar call.

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  7. Dying cancer mum's last wishRead the original story w/Photo

    22 hrs ago | The New Zealand Herald

    The family of a new mum with terminal cancer have put a call out for fusion band Fat Freddy's Drop to play at her hospice bedside. Charlie Nicholson received a grim cancer diagnosis in November, when doctors told the then-31 weeks' pregnant Gisborne woman she had late stage melanoma.

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  8. The ConversationRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | The Atlantic

    In the December cover story , Hanna Rosin asked why so many kids in Palo Alto have taken their own lives.

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  9. Parrot's multispectral crop monitoring sensor can be retrofitted to existing dronesRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Gizmag

    Drones have certainly emerged as promising tools in agriculture, with several groups including MIT and DJI announcing crop-monitoring unmanned aircraft inside the last year. But what if you've already got a perfectly good drone capable of taking long, automated flights over your farmland? Parrot has just announced a sensor attachment that can be slapped on old drones to take infrared pictures and help farmers work out areas in need of attention.

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  10. The Gap Banda s Charlie Wilson is not ready to slow downRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Redlands Daily Facts

    ... It keeps me thinking I got to go back to the drawing board.” The record features guests like Snoop Dogg and reggae star Shaggy. Wilson admitted that he thought the Bob Marley-influenced song he performed with Shaggy, ...

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  11. Devon tops stiff Calypso MonarchRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Trinadad Express

    Hands in the air as new Calypso Monarch Devon Seales celebrates copping the crown at the finals of the National Calypso Monarch competition at the Queen's Park Savannah, Port of Spain on Sunday night. Photo STEPHEN DOOBAY In what was truly a final of keen competition in which very good calypsoes were performed with expert execution, Devon Seale was on Sunday crowned National Calypso Monarch 2016.

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  12. a Ia ll always have my best friendaRead the original story

    Monday | Jamaica Observer

    The halls of the Grandiosa Hotel, Montego Bay, were filled with bliss as Davenia Hemmings and radio announcer and disc jock Shemoi Leach were wed on the 19th day of December, 2015. Finding your soulmate is incredibly rare, but Davenia and Shemoi were blessed to have met each other in their formative years.

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  13. Halifax reggae band playing New Glasgow venueRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | The News

    Dub Kartel, a seven-piece Halifax-based reggae/dancehall band that has been building a following since 2010 despite not having released a full-length album yet, is playing the downtown venue this weekend. "For a band to be able to get the response without even having a record out, it's pretty awesome for us," keyboardist Richard McNeil said about the band's popularity, which manifests itself in more than 4,000 Facebook fans and crowds at their live shows, including a self-started festival that sees big Halifax names join their roster.

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  14. Audubon needs citizen scientists for annual bird count, PhD not requiredRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Christian Science Monitor

    The Great Backyard Bird Count, a yearly four-day event that invites the public to collect data on birds in their area, remains among the world's most enduring citizen science projects. A tufted titmouse takes off with a sunflower seed from a feeder in Vigo County, Ind., during the Audubon Terre Haute Christmas Bird Count on Dec. 19. From Feb. 12 to 15, birdwatchers, enthusiasts, and experts from around world will participate in the Great Backyard Bird Count, founded in 1998 by the Cornell University Lab of Ornithology and the National Audubon Society.

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  15. Marley Natural: Inside Reggae Dynasty's Splashy L.A. Cannabis LaunchRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | RollingStone

    Reggae singer Stephen Marley shares a whiff of Indica cannabis with Big Dread, a friend of Bob Marley's, at the launch party for Marley Natural. "This is Bob's night," Stephen Marley shouted to a crowded living room high up in the Hollywood Hills.

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  16. OC Fair Announces Performances by Three Dog Night, Pacific Symphony,...Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Market Wire

    The OC Fair announced a pre-Fair performance by Three Dog Night who will be joined by Pacific Symphony to celebrate the music of TDN and the late Corey Wells on Thursday, July 14. Also announced were performances by UB40 featuring Ali Campbell, Astro & Mickey / The English Beat / Jo Mersa Marley on Sunday, July 31 and The B-52s on Friday, August 12, as part of the Toyota Summer Concert Series at the Pacific Amphitheatre at the 2016 OC Fair . As always, concert and action sports tickets include Fair admission.

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  17. Songs of a revolutiona and others that make Bernie Sandersa s playlistRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | The Washington Post

    ... by folkster Tracy Chapman. And "The Revolution Starts Now" by country rocker Steve Earle. And "Revolution" by reggae legend Bob Marley & The Wailers. And "Revolution" by Celtic punk band Flogging Molly. In the latter song, the lead singer screams: ...

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  18. Omari Banks Teams Up with Multi-platinum, Multi-Grammy Nominee, Jason "J-Vibe"Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday | PR Log

    Kicking off the new year and in time for lover's week, soulful reggae recording artist Omari Banks is delivering "Me & You" produced by multi- platinum, multi-Grammy nominee, Jason "J-Vibe" Farmer. Feb. 8, 2016 - PRLog -- Kicking off the new year and in time for lover's week, soulful reggae recording artist Omari Banks is delivering "Me & You" produced by multi- platinum, multi-Grammy nominee, Jason "J-Vibe" Farmer.

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  19. Bounce Network Reality TV Producer Dez Nado Preps New Album Release with Universal Music GroupRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 31, 2015 | 24-7 Press Release

    The album, entitled "LaDolceVita", has a February 14 release date and will be backed by Universal Music Group, according to Wikipedia's artist reference page for the up-and-coming hip hop/reggae artist. The release coincides with the season premiere of the new, regional hit cable reality TV series "Life & Grind: Duval", a cable television show that Dez Nado produces which premieres Sunday, January 3rd at 8pm ET on the Bounce TV Network.

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  20. Cultural appeal of jazz and poetry expand across the globeRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 27, 2015 | Examiner.com

    Linton Kwesi Johnson recites his own poem "If I was a Top Notch Poet," and "Poem of Shape and Motion 1" by Martin Carta as part of an NYU tribute to the late influential poets Jayne Cortez and Amiri Baraka. Creative fusions of jazz and poetry on the page and stage have been part of the cultural arts scene almost since the earliest beginnings of the music itself, and jazz poetry remains a thriving genre to this day.

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