Caribbean Wives of South Florida pilot

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Caribbean Wives

The Caribbean Wives (CWSF) was produced to feature Caribbean wives

living in South Florida and across the states, raising families, balancing marriage,

career/business, living the American Dream with a cultural difference trying to fit in.

The Pilot:

The one hour pilot is completed, its new, its fresh and its different.

The high point in this pilot was the combustion of personalities based on culture as

the women interacted and socialized in various settings. For Caribbean people, its

their education, where they live, what they drive, while at the same time adapting

much of the American culture and lifestyle, bringing some level of satisfaction and

perspective to what they consider achievement. Thus proving to themselves and

everyone, that they belong here like anyone else; that they too can be included

with the rich, famous, prominent, successful American women

Caribbean Wives of South Florida

Tami Chynn due soon

tami Jamaican songstress Tami Chynn is pregnant for fellow reggae singer and husband Wayne Marshall.

The pair are expecting their first child together in July.

Dawn Penn returns with “City Life”

DAWN PENN returns to the major stage with the release of her latest track “City Life”.

Although she is best known for her worldwide hit “You Don’t Love Me aka No, No, No”, Dawn Pann has been a staple in the Reggae music industry for over 40 years.

Check out her latest below.

Cherine Anderson partners with Yoplait to fight Breast Cancer

Cherine Anderson

 

Cherine Anderson (also known as “The Queen of Dancehall Soul”) in her ongoing support for the fight against cancer recently teamed up with Yoplait and The Jamaica Cancer Society for their 2011 Breast Cancer Awareness Month Campaign “Save Lids to Save Lives”. This time the songbird will play an even greater role, leading the charge as spokesperson for the campaign.

Pledging her support to the cause, Cherine encourages the entire nation to support the initiative by Yoplait which will see The Jamaica Cancer Society benefiting $8 from every pink lid cup of Yoplait yogurt sold during the period October 1 to November 13.

The Jamaica Cancer Society and Yoplait under the theme Taking care of the women in our lives, invite all Jamaicans to take responsibility and play their part in encouraging and supporting the women in their life to conduct ongoing self examinations, routine screening and understand the importance of early detection.

(Original post Jamaica Observer)