Memorial Day line-up includes Grammy’s first reggae winners Black Uhuru, Kevin Lyttle, Gramps Morgan of Morgan Heritage, Sister Carol, and Fortunate Youth. Jamaica Gold Sound International is listed to provide the latest in Reggae Dancehall tracks during the set changes.
The invitation-only event was sponsored by Wells Fargo, Skanska, the California Community Corporation, LAUSD, LATTC, Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority (Metro) and the Employment Development (EDD).
Overall this was a good play that shows Jamaican culture in a positive light. A must see for those who love plays. The show runs for 2 hours with 10 minutes intermission. “Which way is Out” runs through May 26th at Stage 52 in Los Angeles.
It wasn’t long before word got around the community that Hungry Joe’s was a really good spot serving up a reputation for great-tasting authentic Jamaican meals. Among the most popular orders to date are Jerk Chicken and Oxtail dinners.