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Jamaica Gleaner Entertainment
published: Friday | August 26, 2005

Mini-Miss Fletcher's Land contestants sashed
ON WEDNESDAY evening the Fletcher's Land Youth Upliftment and Cultural Committee staged a dinner and Sashing for the Mini-Miss Fletcher's Land Contest at the Fletcher's Land Community Centre, Kingston.

The phenomenal seventies
THE 1970s is arguably one of the better decades of Jamaican music. The decade saw scores of phenomenal tunes that made an impact on the music industry, bringing fame and some fortune to the artistes and reggae music.


'Longest Yard' - A comic touchdown
THE LONGEST Yard is a great popcorn movie. It has the potent combination of prisoners and American football, which takes the idea of contact sport to a whole new level.


Justin Timberlake wins libel case
LONDON, (Reuters): ON WEDNESDAY, American pop star Justin Timberlake won substantial libel damages from a British newspaper that claimed he had had an affair behind his girlfriend's back.

















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