Chef-owned Konata's in North Miami has been sating locals with tasty fare made from handpicked, fresh ingredients for more than four years. Mr. Konata makes his Jamaican heritage quite apparent with the décor and cuisine. It is a spare but quirky shack filled with colorful photos of Rastafarian lea ... More >>
It seems as though newly minted Rastafarian, Snoop Lion (formerly Snoop Doggy Dogg), has picked up more than a newfound appreciation for the work of Haile Selassie in service of Jah Rastafari. If the one-time West Coast gangsta's Twitter is any indication (not to mention his endorsement of Obama), ... More >>
With similar holy praise and spiritual righteousness, Matisyahu scratches the Haile Selassie out of reggae music and gives it up to G-d. Born Matthew Paul Miller, the musician made it all the harder for us to say his name when he started using the Askenazi version of it. This former Phish-head ... More >>
Some bands on the defunct festival's bill are still coming to town. Here's a guide to the makeup shows.
Story time isnt just for kids
Come back, Jeffrey! "It was a small dog, a Japanese breed. His name was Lulu. He was allowed to sleep in the Emperor's great bed. During various ceremonies, he would run away from the Emperor's lap and pee on dignitaries' shoes. The august gentlemen were not allowed to flinch or make the slightest ... More >>
Welcome to Jamrock (Tuff Gong Universal)
July 28-August 3, 2005
Workers boogie on site
Has the Bob Marley Festival lost some of its spark?
Libeskind enlightens on edifices
Kings Hi-Way Natural Food & Juice Take-Out Restaurant
Reggae sojourners 4:20 have changed names and places, but they stick together
Shoot the sheriff, shoot the breeze, stand up, get down, whatever
Phishy friction between Seminoles and Miccosukees