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The District Attorneys Office with the cooperation of the Federal Communications Commission's investigation found that Seon Bruce was acting as a deejay for 104.7 FM. During the investigation detectives bought air-time from Bruce to run a commercial on the pirate radio station. On April 18, 2013, a FCC engineer tracked the radio's signal to an antenna on the rooftop of a 50-story building located at 30 Broad Street in downtown Manhattan and later seized the transmitting equipments. Solomon Malka admitted that he was aware that his radio station was not licensed. Authorities also seized another transmitter belonging to Solomon from the elevator room on the roof of an apartment building at 611-615 East 76th Street in Brooklyn on June 14, 2013.

By Kim Blair, Street Hype Reporter wo Brooklyn-based radio operators and owners were recently arrested and charged with allegedly running pirate radio stations. Kings County District Attorney, Charles J. Hynes said in a statement that the two men, Seon Bruce age 40 and Solomon Malka age 51, were charged with Unauthorized Radio Transmission, a class-A misdemeanor on June 27, 2013.

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If convicted, each face up to a year in jail. A person is charged with Unauthorized Radio Transmission when he/she knowingly makes a radio transmission on a radio frequency assigned and licensed by the FCC for use by AM and FM radio stations without authorization or having first obtained a license from the FCC. With a radio broadcast license in New York now costing millions of dollars, several licensed station owners argued that the pirate radio stations were affecting their advertising revenue. As a result, New York has seen more FCC enforcement against pirate operations than any other state, with some 330 official actions including citations, fines and shutdowns logged against pirate radio stations since 2003.


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e are shocked and outraged that George Zimmerman was found not guilty for the fatal shooting of Trayvon Martin on the night of February 26, 2012, in Sanford, Florida. Zimmerman, a 29-year-old Hispanic American, was on neighborhood watch for the gated community where Trayvon was staying temporarily when he shot and killed the 17-year-old African American high school student. According to Zimmerman, he shot Martin in self-defense after he was attacked by the unarmed teenager. The Sanford Police Department detained and questioned Zimmerman for approximately five hours after the shooting and later released him stating they found no evidence to contradict his claim of selfdefense.

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It took several days of national and international outcry and condemnation before Floridas authority decided to charge Zimmerman for second-degree murder and manslaughter in the death of the teenager. However, from the very beginning, we were very critical of the judicial process as allegations of racist motivation surfaced about the shooter and the conduct of the police. The community at large want to trust the American justice system, but it would appear that the prosecutors did a very poor job convincing the jury that Zimmerman is among a growing list of murders who target young and innocent Black boys. The case of Bronxs teenager RaMarley Graham comes to mind. At first, the New York Police Department claimed



that RaMarley attacked them with a gun. The department was forced to come clean after surveillance cameras captured the incident. A Bronx Supreme Court judge later threw out the indictment of Richard Haste, the officer who shot and killed RaMarley on a technicality. Although a retrial is expected in this case, justice delayed is justice denied. In both cases it would appear that the American justice system has failed to address racial profiling and discriminatory practices of people like Zimmerman and Haste. We are joining the millions of Americans in condemning the not guilty verdict and call for the fixing of the justice system to protect innocent African Americans.


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ith the assistance of my friends and colleagues, I have been working hard organizing the first annual youth employment and globalization conference to be held on February 7th and 8th, 2014 in Miami Florida. I decided to do this conference to research ways of improving unemployment among young people. With the efforts from academia and other corporations, we can start helping our future leaders to become employable. Recently, I read an article where Angela Merkel, the Chancellor of Germany stated that youth unemployment is the biggest crisis facing Europe and urged other governments to do more to copy the German system concentrating on apprenticeships and not simply on academic study to prevent the emergence of a "lost generation." Ms. Merkel in addressing the press said, "Youth unemployment is perhaps the most pressing problem facing Europe at the present time." and "We in Germany have learned a lot from successfully reducing unemployment by means of structural reform since reunification and we can now bring that experience to bear." Forbes magazine reported that youth unemployment had reached 16.2 % in the United States, and 24% in Europe. Looking at the Caribbean, the unemployment rate in Jamaica according to the local Gleaner is approximately 32-35%. As of 2009, the United Nations placed Martiniques youth unemployment rate at 61.2%. An appeal was made for students to submit their research papers. To date, no submissions have been received from anyone living in the USA, or the Caribbean and the most confirmed attendees are from the continent of Africa as per our Facebook event page.

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By Aubrey Campbell he Lenox Road Baptist Church at 1356 Nostrand Avenue, Brooklyn, will host this years Thanksgiving worship service, commemorating Jamaicas 51st Anniversary of Independence. Consul General of Jamaica to New York, Herman G. LaMont, made the announcement at a meeting with members of the media at the offices of the Consulate General in Manhattan, on Tuesday, July 9. LAMONT The Reverend Dr. Kirkpatrick Cohall, senior pastor at the church, will deliver the sermon, and according to CG LaMont, the invitation is being extended to all Jamaicans and friends of Jamaica to come and share in what he says will be a most inspiring experience. This year, we are staying home and keeping things in the Diaspora. All the celebrants will be from the Diaspora, this time and we invite everyone to come. The order of service was not available at the meeting but persons wishing to attend, are being asked to be seated by or before 3:45 pm, for a 4:00 pm start. The Independence Anniversary Church Service will climax a week of spiritual outpouring for by Jamaicans, for Jamaica, as three days prior, on Thursday, August 1 Emancipation DayJamaicans in the global village, will take time out to fast and offer prayers for the spiritual renewal and transformation of the nation. The Intercessory Prayer Ministry International (IPMI), a New York-based organization, in conjunction with Jamaicas Overseas Missions and clergy in those jurisdictions, will join forces in staging the ninth annual Jamaica Diaspora Day of Prayer and Fasting. It is my hope that both events will help to bring our nationals closer to the challenges facing our brothers and sisters at home at this time, offered CG LaMont.

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Bronx Councilmember Andy King (1st l) along with members of the Bronx Community Solutions recently launch Operation Cleaner Streets within the 12th District, which seeks to revitalize our neighborhoods streets and walkways through community service. As part of this effort the Councilman and his staff joined today with representatives from the organization in order to oversee the progress made by a group of low-level offenders sentenced to community work. In the upcoming weeks King will be calling upon residents of the 12th including business owners, community organizations, religious leaders and all others to pitch-in and help maintain this vision by contributing to the operation in whichever ways they can.

Brooklyn: ocal law enforcement officials say 19 people were arrested and 12 Brooklyn massage parlors were closed in a prostitution crackdown and owners and operators arrested and charged with prostitution, promotion of prostitution and unlicensed practices. Brooklyn District Attorney Charles Hynes and Police Commissioner Ray Kelly said the spas and massage parlors were located in Bay Ridge and the Dyker Heights sections of Brooklyn and posed as legiti-

19 Arrested In Brooklyn Prostitution Sting

mate businesses but were a front for prostitution and advertising sex services on websites. The year-long investigation conducted by the KCDA Special Investigations Unit and the Brooklyn South Vice Unit of the NYPD into these businesses began after neighbors complained to the D.A.s office, through Community Board 10. Residents reported suspicious and disruptive activities in places purported to be legitimate day spas and massage parlors.

However, some of them had explicit advertisements on craigslist.com and on backpage.com. The operation, which utilized physical surveillance, undercover detectives, and search warrants, revealed substantial evidence of prostitution, promoting prostitution, and other violations of the NYS Education and Workers Compensation Laws, as well as the New York City Health, Safety and Zoning regulations and laws.


BRONX: 40-year-old elementary school teacher has been indicted for allegedly raping one of his 5th grade pupils on several occasions. Bronx District Attorney Robert T. Johnson announced that the Grand Jury on June 24 charged Anthony Criscuolo of Kinsella Street in the Bronx, with two counts of Predatory Sexual Assault Against a Child, a Class A-II felony

Bronx Teacher on Rape Charges

offense, two counts of Rape in the first degree, a Class B felony offense, three counts of Sexual Abuse in the first degree; a Class D felony offense, and endangering the Welfare of a Child, a Class A misdemeanor. It is alleged that the rape against the 10-year-old female victim occurred between April 1 and June 18, 2013, in the defendant's car at Public School 386 where Criscuolo was as a teacher.


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QUEEN: he head of a Queens nonprofit, tied to ex-State Senator Shirley Huntley turned himself into authorities on Tuesday. Van R Holmes, the head of the Young Leaders Institute in Laurelton, is accused of misusing about $85,000 he received from the City Council and the State Senate. Sources say instead of spending the cash on youth education programs, Holmes used it on himself, including pay-

Nonprofit Leader on Fraud Charges

ing for visits to a cabaret lounge. His arrest stems from the indictment of Huntley, who is headed to prison this month for stealing money from other Queens nonprofits. Huntley also led to the investigation of misconduct by three City Council members and a state senator. Holmes was arrested and arraigned in Queens County Court on Tuesday. The complaint charges Holmes with Grand Larceny in the Second Degree, Grand

Criscuolo is scheduled to be arraigned on Friday, July 26 in the Bronx Supreme Court. He is also being held in lieu of $750,000 bond or $500,000 cash. He faces a maximum sentence of 25 years to life if convicted of the most serious crime, Predatory Sexual Assault Against a Child. The case is being prosecuted by Assistant District Attorney Gina Torres of the Child Abuse / Sex Crimes Bureau.

Larceny in the Third Degree, Forgery in the Second Degree, Falsifying Business Records in the First Degree, and Offering a False Instrument for Filing in the First Degree. The maximum penalty for the top count charged in the complaint is up to 15 years in prison. Huntley admitted in May embezzling from Queens nonprofit Parents Information Network. She was sentenced to a year in federal prison and $88,700 in restitution.

MOUNT VERNON: he City of Mount Vernon will begin tearing down properties at 306 South 6th Avenue and 7 West Third Street that have been a source of neighborhood concern for years. Mayor Ernest D. Davis stated, With the removal of these neighborhood nuisances, residents can feel safer and more confident in their own community. While the city had the legal authority and funding to tear down the buildings a year ago, problems with contractors has caused the city to hire another contactor who has begun preparing the properties for demolition. Although this has been a long process, problems weve had with contractors have been resolved and were now ready to remove two unsafe structures, said Mayor Ernest D. Davis. The City Council in 2012 granted permission for emergency demolition of four

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The organizers of the annual Grace Jamaican Jerk Festival NY are gearing up for another fun-filled, family festival of flavorful foods, authentic culture and phenomenal entertainment on Sunday, July 21, at Roy Wilkins Park in Queens. Roy Wilkins Park will become the center of Caribbean culture -- delivering on everything from delectable jerk foods and cultural presentations to high-energy entertainment and activities for the kids. The event promises to build on last years success delivering beyond expectations.

Grace Jerk Festival for July 21

According to Eddy Edwards, Chairman of Jamaican Jerk Festival USA, Inc., co-producers of the event with VP Records, We are working to ensure that patrons have the best possible experience at this years festival. Early activities will feature Grace Foods top chef, Mazie Miller offering creative cooking demonstrations and sampling, while singer/actor Leon, of Cool Runnings fame will host the celebrity cook-off.

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GEORGETOWN, Guyana: oung people in the Caribbean Community (CARICOM) will benefit from an after-school programme designed to use creative techniques to reduce at-risk behaviours, increase healthrelated awareness, impact educational aspirations, self-esteem and social connectedness among the youth in all CARICOM member states. Framed through a partnership among the United Nations Development Program (UNDP) sub-regional office in Barbados, the CARICOM Secretariat and the Organisation of Eastern Caribbean States Sub-regional Cooperation Programme, the After School Activity Programme (ASAP) responds to a goal of the United Nations Development Assistance Framework to enhance the quality of life and security of children, adolescents and youth through

CARICOM youth to benefit from regional after-school programme

strengthened multi-sectoral and human rights based approaches in education, governance, health and social services. In response to the need to address youth violence, citizen security, underdevelopment of sport and child obesity, the programme will equip the youth -- especially those deemed to be at-risk and vulnerable -- with life skills through sport participation by developing and expanding the understanding of parents, coaches and administrators of the educational value of sport. The CARICOM Secretariat will implement the ASAP, beginning with pilots in Anguilla, Grenada, and St Lucia involving the selection of two pilot schools, national consultations, a trainerof-trainers workshop, community based ASAP trainings and the implementation of the programme in participating schools

Chaguanas, Trinidad and Tobago: ustin Jack Warner, Trinidad and Tobagos former National Security minister on Friday launched his Independent Liberal Party (ILP) as he seeks to be retained as the parliamentary representative for the Chaguanas West constituency in Central Trinidad. Warner, 70, resigned his post as a government minister and parliamentary representative following the release of a CONCACAF Integrity Report that accused him of financial fraud as a deliberate plan to mislead.The report accused Warner of using deceptive methods to secure funds from CONCACAF and FIFA, as well as induce FIFA to transfer funds earmarked for development purposes to bank accounts he controlled. Warner has questioned the procedure

Warner Launches New Party

used to gather the information for the report, describing it as flawed.He resigned his seat in parliament telling supporters he needed a fresh mandate from his constituents. But Warner was by-passed in favour of the Khadijah Austin Warner Ameen, 32, who is also acting chairman of the ruling party. In an immediate response, Prime Minister Kamla Persad Bissessar told supporters of her ruling United National Congress (UNC) that Warners move was designed to bring down your duly elected government. She said Warner had his eyes not only on Chaguanas West but the entire country, hence the formation of the party.

By Ray Chickrie Caribbean News Now contributor TEHRAN, Iran -n response to a congratulatory message from Guyanas President Donald Ramotar, Irans president elect, Hassan Rohani, expressed his desire to expand regional and international cooperation between Iran and Guyana during his presidency. Rohanis announcement of expanded ties with Guyana came after Guyanese presidential envoy George Hallaqs visit to Tehran last week, where he personally delivered Ramotars congratulatory message to Rohani, who recently won the Iranian general election. Hallaq delivered a written message from Ramotar to outgoing President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, calling for closer ties with Iran. Ahmadinejad said relations between Iran and Guyana will never be

Iran president elect calls for stronger ties with Guyana

weakened or severed despite the long geographical distance between the two countries, according to the Iranian news agency Fars. The Iranian president noted Irans president elect, that the two counHassan Rohani tries are on the same front, and urged officials from both countries to explore areas of cooperation. Ramotar visited Iran as part of former Guyanese President Bharrat Jagdeos official visit to Iran in 2010. At the end of that visit, Iran promised to map Guyanas mineral resources, which came under heavy local and international criticism.

KINGSTOWN, St Vincent (World Bank) -In St Vincent and the Grenadines, the national program to control HIV/AIDS implemented a comprehensive prevention, treatment, and care program to address the HIV/AIDS epidemic, led by the public sector with the participation of civil society. Between 2004 and 2010, the annual number of new HIV-positive cases declined by 41 percent from a baseline of 108 to 64. During the same period, the annual number of new AIDS cases declined by 38 percent from 40 cases to 25. Moreover, the total number of persons tested for HIV through the Voluntary Counseling and Testing program reached 8,927 in 2010, exceeding the projects target of 2,000.

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n June 27 the bipartisan "Gang of Eight" immigration reform bill, which aims to provide a pathway to citizenship for undocumented immigrants while strengthening the border, was passed at the final vote in the Senate. Senators passed the bipartisan bill known as "The Border Security, Economic Opportunity and Immigration Modernization Act of 2013", or S.744 by a vote of 68-32, setting an end to debate on the legislation. All 52 Democratic senators voted for the bill, along with 14 Republicans and two independents. Earlier this week, its amendments on border security were passed with the vote of 67-27, with 15 Republicans voting in favor. In addition to strengthening border security, the nearly 2000-page immigration bill would give provi-

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sional legal status to about 11 million illegal immigrants and give them a pathway to citizenship. The bill also includes changes to family visa program, employment based visa program, and the E-verify program. The bill also needs passage in the House of Representatives to become law. The vote result has received support from many industry associations as well as immigration lawyers associations. "Despite our continued concerns regarding the recent changes in the bill that will militarize the border and bring real harm to border communities, AILA is pleased that the Senate continues to move forward toward real immigration reform that will on balance benefit far more families and businesses than it will hurt," said newly installed American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA) President Doug Stump, "This bill is far from perfect, but it does contain provisions that will boost our economy, make our country safer, and offer protections for the undocumented who currently live in the shadows. " "We are pleased that an immigration bill passed the Senate today with bipartisan support," said Steve Caldeira, president and chief executive of the International Franchise Association. "The [Act] works to address many of the current and future labor needs of our businesses while offering opportunity to improve upon the bill in some key areas, such as a better E-Verify program and strengthened w-visa language, in a conference committee."

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Two more gold medals for Jamaica on final day of World Youth Champs

Jamaica ended the 2013 World Youth Championships in Donetsk, Ukraine in a blaze of glory on Sunday, securing two more gold medals to finish with six gold and two bronze, a total of eight medals. This is one medal less than the nine achieved by Jamaica in 2007 and 2011 but it is the highest number of gold medals ever secured by a Jamaican youth team. Michael Ohara won the 200m in a world leading time of 20.63, easing his disappointment at not placing among the medalists in the 100m. The other Jamaican gold medal on Sunday came in the sprint medley relay.

GEORGETOWN, Guyana (CMC) West Indies registered a 37-run victory over Pakistan and levelled their five-match series 1-1 in the second ODI at the Providence Stadium on Tuesday. Spinner Sunil Narine pulled the match around for West Indies in the late afternoon, grabbing four wickets for 26 that steered them to victory. He was also named man-of-the-match. Chasing 233 for victory, after West Indies posted 232 for eight off their 50 overs, Pakistan were restricted to 195 as the hometeam won with 13 balls to spare. Pakistan were unable to produce the acceleration they showed in the first match, when they defeated West Indies by 126 runs at the same venue, as the West Indies combined pace and spin attack kept them in check. They owed their total to a dogged but chancy 54, off 94 balls, from opener Nasir Jamshed, who benefited from four chances before he was fifth out off the bowling of Pollard.

Windies level series with 37-run win over Pakistan

S sprinter Tyson Gay, Jamaica's former 100m world record holder Asafa Powell and Sherone Simpson, Jamaican Beijing Olympic 100 metres silver medallist have failed drug tests. Gay, 30, the joint-second fastest man over 100m, was notified by the US AntiDoping Agency on Friday that his A sample from an out-of-competition test in May had returned a positive. The management company for Powell confirmed he had tested positive for a banned substance. Another Jamaican sprinter, Sherone Simpson, has also failed a drug test. The Olympic 4x100m relay silver medallist said on Sunday she had tested positive for a stimulant at last month's national championships. Powell and Simpson's doping positives come a month after Jamaican Olympic champion Veronica Campbell-Brown tested positive for a banned diuretic. The 30-year-old Powell was the last man to hold the individual 100m record before compatriot Usain Bolt broke it in 2008. He is still the fourth fastest man of all time. Powell later helped Jamaica to win 400m relay gold at the 2008 Olympics in Beijing. Gay, the fastest man in 2013, is waiting for the results of his 'B' sample. He has already withdrawn from next month's World Championships in Moscow. "I don't have a sabotage story... I basically put my trust in someone and was let down," he said. "I know exactly what went on, but I can't discuss it right now. "I hope I am able to run again, but I will take whatever punishment I get like a man."

Gay, Powell, Simpson Fail Drug Tests





Cuba gains but Haiti tops CFU in world ranking

KINGSTON, Jamaica (CFU) -Caribbean Football Union (CFU) teams Cuba and the Dominican Republic made significant gains to remain inside of the top 100 of the FIFA/Coca-Cola World Ranking, according to the July edition. Cuba leaped nine places to 82nd in the world and eighth in the Confederation of North, Central American and Caribbean Association Football (CONCACAF). The Dominican Republic also moved up four places to 90th in the world. But Haiti remains the top CFU nation in the rankings despite falling six places on the world ranking to 69th. The Haitians are also


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n a few months Khalilah Rose will be launching the KREATE scholarship for selective children across the parishes of Jamaica. This is a new project from a singer who is always willing to give back to society. With wisdom in her lyrics and feeling in her Jah blessed voice Rose has spent the last 10 months entrenching herself in the upper echelons of the reggae and on her debut albumZion's Lullaby, her

Ronnie Tomlinson destinemedia00@gmail.com he 'Royal Family'of Reggae, Morgan Heritage, has made a triumphant return with their new 12-track album "Here Come the Kings" (VP Records/Gedion/CTBC). To celebrate this musical gem, on Tuesday, August 6, Destine Xposure is staging the official "Here Come the Kings" Morgan Heritage album release party at the legendary hot spot SOB's (200 Varrick Street, New York, New York). Reggae music fans will be treated to an exclusive live performance by Morgan Heritage, while having an up close and personal opportunity to vibe to their favorite band's new music at this event, which is being co-sponsored by Veggie Castle, Ben Ash Natural Juice and VP Records. Doors open at 8 PM.

Morgan Heritage to Release 'Here Come the Kings'

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he West Indian American Day Carnival Association (WIADCA) is preparing for its 46th annual, five-day carnival, which will take place on (8/29/13 thru 9/2/13) at (Brooklyn Museum). To kick off the event, Thomas Bailey, President of WIADCA; Brooklyn Borough President Marty Markowitz; Caribbean-American elected officials; and corporate sponsors will join others to announce revised rules and new additions to the celebrations leading up to and following the carnival.. They will also host a networking reception on (7/11/13) at St. Francis College, located at 180 Remsen Street in Brooklyn Heights. The West Indian American Day Carnival and the West Indian Day Parade

are a phenomenal celebration of the many contributions made by Caribbean Americans in Brooklyn, in New York City country, said BP and across the Markowitz. So bravo to Jean Alexander and all of the members of the West Indian American Day Carnival Association and to my Deputy Borough President and proud daughter of Guyana, Sandra Chapman. I know for sure that this years New York Caribbean Carnival, with five days of cultural displays and entertainment from August 29th until September 2nd, will be bigger and better than ever and a must see for Brooklynites, for New Yorkers and for tourists from across America and around the globe!

Guaranteed to be a sold out event, patrons are encouraged to purchase tickets in advance for $15. For tickets: www.irishandchin.com/ticket-sales.

The 43rd season of Lincoln Center Out of Doors (July 24 August 11, 2013) will showcase more than 100 free performances across the plazas of Lincoln Center during three weeks. Twenty-one premieres and debuts highlight this latest edition of one of the countrys longest-running, free, summer outdoor festivals. Special performances designed especially for family audiences take place on Family Day on Saturday, July 27th, with a new addition this year: a Damrosch Park main stage concert at 5 pm by. Full concert details, and a complete Calendar of Events, follow, here, or visit: www.LCOutofDoors.org. All events are free; no tickets required. Marian Skokan 212-875-5386; mskokan@LincolnCenter.org


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roovin recorded by The Young Rascals in 1967 depicts a couple in love. But on June 30th enthusiastic patrons of all age group were in love with the 2nd staging of Groovin' In The Park on Sunday afternoon in Roy Wilkins Park, Queens. Buzzing with musical greats, the highlypromoted musical extravaganza had patrons groovin' despite intermittent showers. The colorful array of umbrellas and make-shift plastic rain coats did not deter the fans from enjoying the show. However the rain sparked an instant flashback to my childhood days walking barefooted with a plastic overcoatbut back to my review. The dynamic radio-duo-Richard Richie B Burgess and Ras Clem with their eclectic taste in music kept the flow of performances on cue with engaging dialogue and bouts of humor. Kudos guys! While I missed Half Pints opening act, the rumor mill was out he was great! Second in line and not to be outdone was the make-over man himself, Barrington Levy. Levys obvious self confidence as the self-proclaimed dancehall master dispelled all schisms as he delved into his slew of hits Living Dangerously, Prison Oval Rock, Black Roses,Broader Than Broadway, Too Experienced, My Woman and Dangerous. A crowd pleaser, his rock steady rendition of Struggler and impeccable timing with the band made his set simply electrifying. While the women were in chorus -Levy was on point. And speaking of being on point! Queen Ifrica the Fya Muma chanted her way to the stage with the song Babylon You Throne Gone Down in a summery black dress embellished with a picture of Bob Marley. Her fabulous female back up duo in toe she struck her hit Brown Skin and the crowd was groovy. From my vantage point, Queen Ifrica was irie. But the obvious response to Kevin Anthony Jackson a.k.a. Sanchez by the women sent a clear message that the right kind of touch was on ration. Sanchezs stream of hits Here I Am, Sometimes, This Little Girl and

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Benefits of early treatment 1. guide incoming teeth into optimal positions 2. regulate the width of the jaws 3. lower the risk of trauma to prominent front teeth 4. correct harmful sucking habits 5. reduce the likelihood of teeth becoming stuck or impacted under the gums 6. preserve or gain space for arriving permanent teeth 7. guide the growth of the young jaw bones creating a better environment for those new emerging permanent teeth. Early intervention by an orthodontist can prevent more complicated dental treatment in later years. By allowing children the opportunity to have a great and beautiful smile can affect their future in a positive way. Children are very concerned about their appearance and it is an acceptable rite of passage to get braces in order to have a great smile. In some communities having braces is a status symbol indicating intelligence and wealth. Age is not a factor for getting braces, if the bone and gum tissue around the teeth are healthy anybody can have orthodontic treatment. More and more adults are seeking orthodontic treatment, currently 20 % of all orthodontic patients are adults.


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he Professional Jamaicans for Jamaica, Inc. (PJFJ) will host its 2nd Annual Cocktail & Dinner Fundraiser on Saturday, July 27th at Pine Bar & Grill in The Bronx. The events goal is to entertain and drive home the importance of the organizations mission of uplifting Jamaicas children, one child at a time. In PJFJs efforts to target 100 students in early childhood, primary, and high school in Jamaica all proceeds from the annual fundraiser will be allocated to the organizations Student Sponsorship Program and provide academic scholarships for the students educational development.


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Prolonged exposure to loud sounds can cause irreversible damage to the inner ear, resulting in tinnitus, hearing loss,or both.

The new report, Hearing Problems and Headphone Use in New York City, is based on data collected from the 2011 New York City Community Health Survey. Younger adults aged 18 to 44 are nearly three times more likely than adults

45 and older to listen to music with headphones. Although adults aged 45 and older report more hearing problems, younger adults who frequently listen to headphones at high volume report a similar rate of hearing problems. More than onethird (36%) of younger adults who report listening to music with headphones listen every day. Of the younger adults who listen every day, 16% report listening at more than half the maximum volume for four or more hours. Hearing loss is preventable. To protect your hearing when using headphones: Reduce the volume, limit listening time, take regular breaks and never listen at maximum volume. Know the early signs of hearing loss and ask a doctor for a hearing test if you have trouble hearing conversation, need to turn up the volumes on TV, radio or personal music players or experience ringing in the ear. For more information, search Noise & Hearing Health at nyc.gov.

According to the CDC (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention), nearly 1 in every 10 children/adolescents in the USA has elevated total cholesterol levels; and this was after concentrations had dropped over a 20-year period.

An Urgent Appeal
We need $5 M to purchase two Linear Accelerator Machines for Jamaica

Vincent HoSang Chairman, Caribbean Food Delights

am appealing to everyone especially our Caribbean brothers and sisters. I have been asked to purchase a Linear Accelerator Machine for Cornwall Regional Hospital in Montego Bay, Jamaica costing approximately US $5 Million. I met with the Minister of Health, Dr. Fenton Ferguson a few weeks ago. He asked if I can purchase two machines as Kingston needs one also. If 500,000 people give a one-time donation of $10, we will be closer to our goal. Please send donations to Vincent HoSang Family Foundation (VHFF), 117 Route 303, Suite B, Tappan, NY 10983.
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usiness owners are being alerted to two Marketplace education and outreach opportunities that we urge you to pass onto your stakeholders. 1. The Small Business Administration and Small Business Majority are launching their next round of Affordable Care Act 101 weekly webinar series from July 18August 15. Small business owners can learn the basics of the Affordable Care Act, and what it means for their company and employees, including insurance reforms, the small business health care tax credit and the new Health Insurance Marketplace. 2. The Department of Health and Human Services and the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services will hold the second in a three-part series of Health Insurance Marketplace Stakeholder Engagement Open Door Forums the week of July 29. These stakeholder consultation calls will provide an update on the operational execution of the Marketplace, including systems readiness, consumer support, and outreach, and will be followed by a time for Q&A. These teleconferences are intended specifically for stakeholders in states with either Federally Facilitated Marketplace or State Partnership Marketplace. Registration is required. For the links to register and more www.cms.gov

10 Tips for the First-Time Business Owner

By Scott Gerber ith that, here are 10 pieces of advice that I wish someone had given to me before I launched my first venture. Focus. Focus. Focus. Many first-time entrepreneurs feel the need to jump at every "opportunity" they come across. Opportunities are often wolves in sheep's clothing. Avoid getting side-tracked. Juggling multiple ventures will spread you thin and limit both your effectiveness and productivity. Do one thing perfectly, not 10 things poorly. If you feel the need to jump onto another project, that might mean something about your original concept. Know what you do. Do what you know. Don't start a business simply because it seems sexy or boasts large hypothetical profit margins and returns. Do what you love. Businesses built around your strengths and talents will have a greater chance of success. It's not only important to create a profitable business, it's also important that you're happy managing and growing it day in and day out. If your heart isn't in it, you will not be successful.

By Patrick Maitland Street Hype Editor -----------------------------------------------amaican born fashion designer Angela Lewis is aggressively carving out a niche for her trendy and sporty Anjiques clothing-line. Lewis is the CEO and founder of The Anjiques Boutique located at 66 West 1st Street in Mount Vernon. She is an experienced self-taught designer with an eye for details who grew up with a passion for styling and creating unique pieces. She believes in designing for women of all sizes thus making them feel unique, sexy and chic.

the self-taught designer

Angela Lewis CEO and founder The Anjiques Boutique

Her mission statement is 'Sexy at any Size,' proving that women of all shapes can dress to impress and express themselves through fashion. Inspired and motivated by todays trends, Lewis uses her own twist on designs to create a unique piece to meet the needs of her growing customer base. She is very optimistic about the future and plans on turning her brand into a household name and to display her designs at all major fashion shows including New York Fashion Week. Lewis may be reached at: anjiques@yahoo.com or call: 347-5894587

The most important thing you can do is learn from your mistakes--and never make the same mistake twice.

Say it in 30 seconds or don't say it at all. From a chance encounter with an investor to a curious customer, always be ready to pitch your business. State your mission, service and goals in a clear and concise manner. Fit the pitch to the person. Less is always more. Know what you know, what you don't know and who knows what you don't. No one knows everything, so don't come off as a know-it-all. Surround yourself with advisors and mentors who will nurture you to become a better leader and businessman. Find successful, knowledgeable individuals with whom you share common interests and mutual business goals that see value in working with you for the long-term. Act like a startup. Forget about fancy offices, fast cars and fat expense accounts. Your wallet is your company's life-blood. Practice and perfect the art of being frugal. Watch every dollar and triple-check every expense. Maintain a low overhead and manage your cash flow effectively. Learn under fire. No business book or business plan can predict the future or fully prepare you to become a successful entrepreneur. There is no such thing as the perfect plan. There is no perfect road or one less traveled. Never jump right into a new business without any thought or planning, but don't spend months or years waiting to execute. You will become a wellrounded entrepreneur when tested under fire.

No one will give you money. There, I said it. No one will invest in you. If you need large sums of capital to launch your venture, go back to the drawing board. Find a starting point instead of an end point. Scale down pricey plans and grandiose expenditures. Simplify the idea until it's manageable as an early stage venture. Find ways to prove your business model on a shoestring budget. Demonstrate your worth before seeking investment. If your concept is successful, your chances of raising capital from investors will dramatically improve. Be healthy. No, I'm not your mother. However, I promise that you will be much more productive when you take better care of yourself. Entrepreneurship is a lifestyle, not a 9-to-5 profession. Working to the point of exhaustion will burn you out and make you less productive. Don't make excuses. Eat right, exercise and find time for yourself. Don't fall victim to your own B.S. Don't talk the talk unless you can walk the walk. Impress with action not conversation. Endorse your business enthusiastically, yet tastefully. Avoid exaggerating truths and touting far reaching goals as certainties. In short, put up or shut up. Know when to call it quits. Contrary to popular belief, a smart captain does not go down with the ship. Don't go on a fool's errand for the sake of ego. Know when it's time to walk away. If your idea doesn't pan out, reflect on what went wrong and the mistakes that were made. Assess what you would have done differently. Determine how you will utilize these hardlearned lessons to better yourself and your future entrepreneurial endeavors. Failure is inevitable, but a true entrepreneur will prevail over adversity.

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By Patrick Maitland wenty plus-year old Jamaican American multi-talented Tracey Hayden, aka Tracey Night, is on a mission to be the most rounded entertainer. The recording artist, songwriter, entrepreneur, voice actor, DJ, record producer and philanthropist is best known for her "Break Up Anthem" banger titled "Understand," produced by Billboard producer TJ Records. At the tender age of 12, the choir director at her church in Jamaica discovered Tracys talent and immediately promoted her as lead vocalist on the Junior choir. She was also encouraged to begin working on her musical career by another choir director, Sister Carol while attending Holy Childhood High School. Music makes me feel good and brings out my emotion and feelings. If I want to feel empowered or have fun, I turn to music. This is what I love. It is my passion to entertain and inspire people with my music, she explains. Tracy caught the ears of one of Jamaicas top reggae/dancehall producers and co-owner of Madhouse Records, Dave Kelly who mentored and featured her on some of his top projects including That's How I Ride," Talk To Me" and Nookie with Baby Cham and "Right There" with Spice. She is a graduate of the Edna Manley School of Dance and attributed her success to the unwavering support of her mother and Marketing Executive, Mark Weinbeerger, a mentor and a father to her. Tracy migrated to the United States six years ago and was recruited to model for major brand names including Sean John, Baby Phat and Enyce. She was also featured in R Kelly's "Ignition" as well as Buju Banton's "Paid Not Played" and "What You Gonna Do" with Buju Banton and Nadine Sutherland. Known for her high-energy performance and commanding vocal, Tracy Night has been described as highly intelligent, vibrant, playful yet serious, sexy and has a high sense of humor. She lives by the saying "Live In The Moment." Her ambitions include producing and performing timeless music, philanthropy and expanding her entrepreneurship skills. -Tracey Night may be contacted at sunlight.entertainment@gmail.com; traceynight@gmail.com; 702-574-7324 or www.facebook.com/Tracey-Night-Music

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alph Holness, a Jamaican giant in roots theatre, died on Saturday (July 13) after a long illness. Holness, who hails from Westmoreland, was responsible for producing rib-tickling plays during the 1980s and 1990s. They include Unda Mi Nose, Dead Lef and Obeah Wedding. He has been described as a gentle giant by those who have worked with him over the years and will be greatly missed.

Ralph Holness is dead

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