From the '70s until 1999, Reggae Sunsplash was the premier Jamaican reggae festival. Hotels filled up quick on the northern part of the island, camping out on beaches became the norm, and everyone got in touch with their inner Rasta. Yet for the past five years, there has been no dub, no dancehall, no Sunsplash, no nothing. But this year, Kenny Benjamin, one of Jamaica's most prominent businessmen, and Wayne Sinclair, managing director of Event Partners 2006, have resurrected the Jah-lovin' juggernaut, much to the chagrin of the original organizers. "What? You want to have a reggae festival? In... More >>>