Nov 28, 2014
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Comedy

Bumboclaat!: Rob Ford’s Drunken Patois Rant

Words by Jesse Serwer—

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West Indian culture is arguably more deeply embedded in Toronto than in any other farin city—even New York and London. What other place could have given us such patois-slanging yankees canucks as Drake and Snow?

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Duppies and Vampires: A Haunted Reggae Top 10 For Halloween


Words by Eddie STATS Houghton and Jesse Serwer—

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Viral Video Watch: Rosetta Stone Jamaican

Words by Tasha Brown—

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The Jamaican accent is among the most badly imitated of all accents. As a reminder, here’s our Top 10 list of top actors like Denzel Washington and other Hollywood figures botching it beyond belief.

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Throwback Thursdays: Lenny Kravitz is “Florida Boy” In These ’70s German TV Commercials

Words by Jesse Serwer—

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Florida Boy Orange was a brand of soft drink sold in the Germany in the ’70s. What’s that gotta do with us? Well, turns out “Florida Boy” himself, at least in a pair of (now comical, if a little uncomfortable) newly uncovered commercials, was none other than a young Lenny Kravitz.

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Eddie Ranks: Eddie Murphy’s Top Five Caribbean Moments


Words by Jesse Serwer—

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Impressions: The No-Maddz Dub Poetry Musical


Words by Tami Tsansai, Photos by Martei Korley—

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