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Scandal-hit Toronto Mayor to run for re-election despite crackgate

Delano Williams tried and failed to make the British team for the Olympics, but is doing well in the Jamaican equivalent

Sprint sensation strikes again as Usain Bolt finishing school beckons

Schoolboy Williams takes No 1 spot in world 200m rankings... and has a British passport

Snoop Lion in his new Rastafarian guise earlier this month

From Dogg to Lion: Rastas divided over rapper's conversion

Bunny Wailer accuses Snoop Lion of embracing Rastafarianism simply to publicise his new reggae album. Tim Walker reports

Toots and the Maytals, Concorde 2, Brighton
Jessie Ware, Plan B, London

If ever someone needed to relax, it's Toots

Jamaica to honour late reggae star Peter Tosh

Firebrand reggae star Peter Tosh will receive Jamaica's third-highest honor in a ceremony later this year.

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Maverick Sabre, Roundhouse, London

Michael Stafford, better known by his stage name Maverick Sabre, is in the middle of his set when a fight breaks out.

Jamaica election race too close to call

Jamaica's two main political parties are in a neck-and-neck race to capture a majority of the country's 63 parliamentary seats and win control of the government for the next five years.

Amol Rajan: Being a schmuck stopped me meeting my hero

All my life I’ve been obsessed with heroes.

Sinead O'Connor, St John-at-Hackney, London
Skrillex, Academy, Bristol

The often controversial singer packs an emotional punch as she lets her powerful voice rip in an east London church

Eric Clapton, Royal Albert Hall, London

"This is like walking into my front room," jokes old Slowhand, as he strolls on to the wide, rug-covered stage of arguably the UK's most prestigious venue for the first gig of an 11-night residency.

Music & Me: When Saints Go Machine

When Saints Go Machine produce ice-cool shimmering pop that belies their tongue- in-cheek moniker. Signed to hip dance label !K7 records, expect to hear a lot more of the Danish foursome’s stunning songs this summer. Nikolaj Manuel Vonsild took time out to answer our questions.

Bob Marley: Rastaman vibration

Thirty years after his death, Bob Marley's legend lives on. But no other artist has matched his enduring influence on music and culture. Why? By Ian Burrell

Women of the World, Royal Festival Hall, London

"Women of the world, take over," the whimsical Scots bard Ivor Cutler once urged, his advice taken last Friday at a concert featuring women performers from different strata of the musical spectrum.

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Abject leadership is allowing football’s age-old sores to fester

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