Monthly Archives: February 2014

Plane crash in Hawaii kills 3, injures 3

HONOLULU (AP) — A small plane crashed and burst into flames shortly after takeoff from Hawaii’s Lanai island, killing three people and leaving three others injured, authorities said Thursday.

Gasoline tanker drivers restive, again

KINGSTON, Jamaica — Over 200 gasoline tanker drivers across the island have again become restive complaining that negotiated wage agreements are not being met by marketing companies.

THE SMOKING-HOT CHIMNEY RECORDS!

Jordan McClure (left) and David Hale of Chimney Records. At right Anything’s Possible by Chronixx and Kabaka Pyramid was produced by Chimney Records—.

THIRD WORLD’S WILLIAM “BUNNY RUGS” CLARK HONORED BY SURVIVING BAND MEMBERS!

Third World’s William “Bunny Rugs” Clark at Manhattan’s Highline Ballroom in 2011.—-

(Photo credit: MyFlash Photography

The life and music of William “Bunny Rugs” Clark, 65, lead singer of the evergreen reggae band Third World who passed away on Feb. 2, was celebrated on Monday, Feb. 24 at a service at Kingston’s Holy Trinity Cathedral.

CHAD YOUNG, CEO OF JAMAICA’S IRIE FM, DIES AT 27!

Chad Young, the chief executive officer of Irie FM and its sister station, Zip FM, and has died.

JAMAICAN EXECUTED IN FLORIDA FOR DEATH OF HIGHWAY TROOPER!

The Jamaican man convicted for placing a pipe bomb in a gift-wrapped microwave oven in a plot to kill two potential murder witnesses was executed yesterday for the 1992 death of a Florida highway trooper.