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The Author Profile: Joe Aytch was a San Francisco Bay Area Photo Journalist whose writing and photos have appeared in various publications throughout the United States, including The Reggae Calendar International, Exodus, The Buffalo Soldier, Forward, Dub Missive, The African Voice, The Guardsman, The Bayview Heritage and more. He was the Editor/Writer for CityFlight Newsmagazine and for the Reggae Review. Joe Aytch passed away on May 18, 2008 in Santa Clara County, from a stroke in 2003 in which he never recovered.

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Monterey Bay ReggaeFest 2001: One World, One People




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Reggae In The Park And Global Exchange Unite for Weekend of Great Music




Rich industrial nations [Babylon] are the concrete jungles of modern time as they spread their so-called free trade economics to the rest of the world. In the free trade scenario, if each economy produces what it does best and trades with other economies for their goods and services, everyone’s wealth goes up. Unfortunately, it is […]






20th Annual RaggaMuffins/ Moss Jacobs Marley Festival




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Queen Mary Hosts “The World of Reggae” Reception




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San Francisco’s Carnaval




    Having never traveled abroad, I had little if any idea of the popularity of Carnival celebrations in the rest of the world. From Finland to Belize, and everywhere in between, Carnival, a holiday that has its roots in the season of spring and Christian repentance has become a phenomenal world class party. When […]






Nature of Roots Music: The Bob Marley Day Celebrations




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San Jose’s Freedom Train Celebrates Martin Luther King Jr.




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Joe Aytch was a San Francisco Bay Area Photo Journalist whose writing and photos have appeared in various publications throughout the United States, including The Reggae Calendar International, Exodus, The Buffalo Soldier, Forward, Dub Missive, The African Voice, The Guardsman, The Bayview Heritage and more. He was the Editor/Writer for CityFlight Newsmagazine and for the Reggae Review. Joe Aytch passed away on May 18, 2008 in Santa Clara County, from a stroke in 2003 in which he never recovered.

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