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  • Diva Nikki Z, Hartford

    Diva Nikki Z, Hartford
    How long have you been a DJ and how did you become interested in it? I started DJ'ing pretty late, I started full out DJ'ing when I moved to Jamaica in 2006, but I originally dabbled around with it in early 2000, just blending rhythms at WESU right here...
  • Man's family urges Oakland Park hit-run driver to come forward

    Man's family urges Oakland Park hit-run driver to come forward
    All that Rollin Francis' family has left are the cellphone videos he took of himself at Disney World, saying he loved God and wanted God to protect his children. Just hours after returning from his dream trip to the theme park, the tourist from...
  • MLS teams begin CONCACAF Champions League group play

    MLS teams begin CONCACAF Champions League group play
    Major League Soccer has made it a clear priority to win the CONCACAF Champions League, and those games begin this week for the MLS teams. The MLS hopes will fall on the Timbers, D.C. United, New York Red Bulls and Sporting Kansas City this year. The...
  • Poitras Expects UHart Men To Contend For America East Title

    WEST HARTFORD –Twice in three seasons under coach Tom Poitras, the Hartford men's soccer team used a late surge to reach the America East championship game. The Hawks won five in a row before losing to Stony Brook in 2011, six in a row before losing...
  • FEATURE-Reggae making a revival in Jamaica, recalling golden era of '70s

    By Aileen Torres-Bennett KINGSTON, Aug 24 (Reuters) - The main event at fight night in Kingston, a popular boxing showcase, was hours away, but the crowd at the National Stadium's indoor arena, from the young and hip to the elderly, was already pumped....
  • Reggae making a revival in Jamaica, recalling golden era of '70s

    KINGSTON (Reuters) - The main event at fight night in Kingston, a popular boxing showcase, was hours away, but the crowd at the National Stadium's indoor arena, from the young and hip to the elderly, was already pumped. When reggae artist Tarrus Riley...
  • RBC raises dividend as profits rise, lifted by capital markets

    TORONTO (Reuters) - Royal Bank of Canada on Friday reported a bigger-than-expected increase in quarterly earnings, driven by strong results from its wealth management and capital markets divisions. Canada's largest bank also boosted its quarterly...
  • As Venezuelan deliveries wane, allies tap traders for pricey fuel

    HOUSTON/CARACAS (Reuters) - Venezuela's shipments of crude oil and fuel to its allies have fallen to a five-year low as a weak economy hits its ability to uphold accords that former President Hugo Chavez struck to lower energy costs for friends and expand...
  • A FONDO-Aliados de Venezuela recurren a mercado abierto mientras pactos energéticos languidecen

    HOUSTON/CARACAS (Reuters) - El suministro de crudo y derivados venezolanos a sus aliados bajo los pactos energéticos que creó el fallecido presidente Hugo Chávez se desplomó en el 2013 a mínimos de los últimos cinco años en medio de la crisis económica...
  • At Boca's 'All Florida,' artists deliver the state of the world

    At Boca's 'All Florida,' artists deliver the state of the world
    Between now and the close of the "All Florida Juried Competition and Exhibition," visitors to the Boca Raton Museum of Art may notice Tony Vazquez's sculpture of a stovetop espresso maker is falling apart. That will be on purpose. Titled "Mene Grande,"...
  • Lapasset delighted by rugby sevens debut at Youth Games

    NANJING China (Reuters) - International Rugby Board (IRB) President Bernard Lapasset described the debut of rugby sevens at the Youth Olympics as a "huge moment" for the sport and said IOC President Thomas Bach had been impressed by the quality on show in...