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Its Parang Season in Toronto

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Nadia Batson & Sass is coming

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"Maracas Beach"

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This made me smile.......

8th Annual Autumn Leaves on Steel....November 5, 2011

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Have you been listening.....G98.7 is on the air!!!

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So ever since I stopped listening to FLOW (ahem....BOYCOTT), I've been listening to CHUM FM all the while anxiously awaiting the on-air arrival of 98.7 FM.  Well that day is finally here...... 


Check out their PRESS RELEASE: 
http://www.g987fm.com/IBN_PressRelease_Oct3.pdf


If you don't have time to read the entire thing here are the key points:
CARN is now offficially G 98.7 FM (CKFG-FM)The format will be a mix of R&B, Soul, Reggae, Soca, Hip Hop, Worldbeat, Gospel, and Smooth JazzThe station is currently in a music only format in order to fulfill the required signal frequency testing process (mandated by Industry Canada)Full programming, including the addition of  on-air announcers, station promotions, commercials, and a robust news & talk format will commence in November.Founder, President, CEO, Station Manager - Fitzroy GordonProgram Director - Wayne WilliamsMusic Director - Roger DeyDirector of News & Community Programs - Jai Ojah-MaharajProduction Manager Andrew C…

Carnival Nationz Appreciation Fete....October 15, 2011

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Dance Caribe Performing Company presents FOLKLORE LEGENDS OF THE CARIBBEAN: ANANSI STORY

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In celebration of their 23rd anniversary, Dance Caribe Performing Company will be staging their exciting world class premiere theatrical stage performance; a Caribbean dance theatre production, FOLKLORE LEGENDS OF THE CARIBBEAN “ANANSI STORY.” The production will be presented in 3 shows on Friday November 11th and Saturday November 12th, 2011 at 8pm and a matinee performance on Sunday November 13th at 3:30pm.Director/Choreographer and Harry Jerome Award recipient Martin Scott-Pascall, along side Dance Caribe, promises to showcase a mélange of dance styles unique to the Caribbean, performed in traditional & contemporary styling, while also uniting African, French, as well as West Indian heritage ranging from Caribbean folk characters, Creole to African and into the beat of the Drums of the Afro-Caribbean Cultures. Memorable dance presentations will include some of the best Caribbean & Canadian artisans in the field of choreography, costumes and music.FOLKLORE LEGENDS OF THE CAR…

2011 "Kaiso 365" Calypso Monarch Competition Finals

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I'm Santana - The Movie Trailer

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My City Lives.....Scotiabank Caribbean Carnival