TOSH

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Arte­facts avail­able for view­ing in­side the Peter Tosh Mu­seum. was some­one who spoke from the heart. He was a great poet, a great writer, and a re­ally cre­ative in­di­vid­ual.”

Chair­man of Pulse In­vest­ments Lim­ited (one half of the or­gan­is­ers of the ini­tia­tive) Kings­ley Cooper told guests that al­though the idea of the Peter Tosh Mu­seum was re­cently made pub­lic, it had been years in the mak­ing and he was happy that the plans have fi­nally been made tan­gi­ble and he is es­pe­cially happy that the mu­seum opened on the day Tosh would have cel­e­brated his 72nd birth­day.

“This evening marks the open­ing of the Peter Tosh

Mu­seum, an in­sti­tu­tion that has been long in the mak­ing, but will be an in­sti­tu­tion for the ages,” he said.

“This mu­seum will be some­thing that recog­nises the qual­i­ties of Peter Tosh and what made him spe­cial. He was un­com­pro­mis­ing, some­one who was pre­pared to die for what he be­lieved in. He was a man of great tal­ent, one de­serv­ing of hon­our and re­spect.”

Fol­low­ing the for­mal­i­ties, the Peter Tosh Mu­seum opened its doors for the first time and guests bun­dled at the en­trance, ready to ce­ment their place in his­tory as the first guests to tour the Peter Tosh Mu­seum.

The mu­seum will be open to the pub­lic in the com­ing weeks.

SFC Crew Pro­mo­tion, in as­so­ci­a­tion with Charmaine and Soupy, present Bub­ble Gal A Bub­ble, lun­cheon and af­ter-party at Echo Night Club, Port­land. Menu: ox­tail, cur­ried goat, cow head, tripe and bean, fried and bar­be­qued chicken, es­cov­itched and steamed fish and stewed pork. $700 for ox­tail and fish, $500 for other meals.

Han­del and Horn present Uppa Level at Vinny Samp­son place, Cheap­side. Fea­tur­ing En­ergy Zone.

Rae Town Jam­boree at Rae Town foot­ball field. Fea­tur­ing Gully Bop, Tur­bu­lence, Baby Tr­ish, Sta­cious, and many oth­ers. All pro­ceeds go to­wards the Par­adise Street Ba­sic School.

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