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Jamaica Ska Legend Winston Samuels Passes

News Americas Now, PHILADELPHIA, PA-Thursday, August 24, 2017- Jamaican Ska Authentic Winston Samuels (McInnis) has gone home to rest.  His song about “There is a home up in Heaven called Paradise….” and we should Be Prepared says it all. Winston Samuels (McInnis), a living legend in Jamaican Music, was born in Kingston, Jamaica to proud parents Winston D. McInnis and Mavis ...

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Montserrat Born Teen Dies After Collapsing During Football Practice

14-year-old born Montserrat immigrant Dominick Bess is dead after collapsing during football practice at a Bronx, NY school, New York Police say. (Family handout/AMNewYork image) By NAN Staff Writer News Americas, BRONX, NY, Weds. Aug. 23, 2017: A 14-year-old  born Montserrat immigrant is dead after collapsing during football practice at  a Bronx, NY school, New York Police say. Dominick Bess, ...

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Caribbean American Congressmember Rallies For Removal Of Confederate Signs In Brooklyn

Caribbean American Congressmember Yvette Clarke on Tuesday held a rally with some supporters in Bay Ridge, Brooklyn, to urge the removal of Confederate signs from the area. (Twitter image) By NAN Contributor News Americas, Brooklyn, NY, Weds. Aug. 23, 2017: Fresh on the heels of her “Honoring Real Patriots Act of 2017” bill, Caribbean American Congressmember Yvette Clarke on Tuesday ...

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12 States In Mexico The US Is Warning Nationals To Avoid

Tijuana is one of the areas in the state of Baja California, Mexico, the US is warning nationals against travel to. By NAN Travel Editor News Americas, WASHINGTON, D.C., Weds. Aug. 23, 2017: The U.S. Department of State on Tuesday issues a travel warning to its citizens against traveling to several Mexican states. They are: 1: Baja California – this ...

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Brooklyn New York Residents View The Eclipse

A view of the partial solar eclipse 2017 as seen in Brooklyn, NY on August 21, 2017. It was seen at 75 percent in NYC despite the cloudy view. (Hayden Roger Celestin image) A maintenance worker of Philip Howard Apts, of Brooklyn, New York, taking out recyclable bags of garbage, took time out to capture the 2017 Solar Eclipse, that ...

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Brooklyn New York Residents View The Eclipse

A view of the partial solar eclipse 2017 as seen in Brooklyn, NY on August 21, 2017. It was seen at 75 percent in NYC despite the cloudy view. (Hayden Roger Celestin image) A maintenance worker of Philip Howard Apts, of Brooklyn, New York, taking out recyclable bags of garbage, took time out to capture the 2017 Solar Eclipse, that ...

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International Caribbean Stars To Shine At CaribbeanTales Film Festival Gala Launch

Actor Joseph Marcell, best known as “Geoffrey” the butler from Fresh Prince of Belair, will be part of the 12th annual CaribbeanTales International Film Festival (CTFF). News Americas, TORONTO, Canada, Mon. August 21, 2017: As Canada delights in all its diversity this year, the CaribbeanTales International Film Festival (CTFF) marks its 12th annual festival with a street party celebrating the ...

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How To Pack Efficiently When Moving To A New House

News Americas, NEW YORK, NY, Mon. Aug. 21, 2017: Whether you are moving to a new big house or a new small apartment, it is very important to pack efficiently to avoid losing or forgetting something important. Before anything else, create a checklist. The checklists always work no matter whether you are moving to a large office, a large apartment, ...

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Guide To Viewing The Solar Eclipse In The Caribbean

Here’s your Guide To Viewing The Solar Eclipse In The Caribbean By NAN Staff Writer News Americas, NEW YORK, NY, Mon. Aug. 21, 2017: Eclipse fever has taken over many across the US with thousands trekking to cities where the phenomenon will be first seen in totality to experience this rare, once in a lifetime occurrence. But if you are ...

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What The US Can Learn From This Caribbean Island On Presenting It Racist History Today

An apartment adorned with two Confederate flags in the East Village of Manhattan in New York City, New York, USA.(Jason Szenes image) By NAN Staff Writer News Americas, RALEIGH, NC, Fri. Aug. 18, 2017: A North Carolina University professor believes the US can learn something from a Caribbean country when it comes to representing its dark racist history today. Professor ...

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