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CaribPress Newsmagazine
PublisherLyndon A. Johnson
EditorRobert Wheaton
Founded1999, as California CaribPress
HeadquartersLos Angeles, California

CaribPress is a monthly newspaper published in California, covering primarily Southern California and the West. As the name suggests, CaribPress has a Caribbean focus. A large part of the paper's editorial content relates to entertainment and sports. It also features regular columns on business, immigration and family law. It is also distributed in various locations throughout the United States, such as New York City and Miami.[1]

Founded as California CaribPress in 1999, the paper was originally published bi-monthly until 2005, when the paper became a monthly. The paper was renamed CaribPress after the first issue.

Reggae singer Maxi Priest graced the publication's first cover. Since that time CaribPress has profiled notable figures from a variety of professions including former Jamaican Prime Minister P. J. Patterson, television executive Paula Madison, Los Angeles City Councilman Bernard Parks and businessman Butch Stewart.[1]

Awards and recognition[edit]

  • 2011: Interethnic Relations Award for "Iraqi Immigrant's Formula for Success in South L.A." by Sheannette Virtue[2]


  1. ^ a b "CaribPress: Newsmagazine serving the Caribbean community in Southern California for the past 10 years". Creative Caribbean Network. Archived from the original on 2011-11-13. Retrieved 2011-10-06. The first issue premiered with a cover story on reggae artist Maxi Priest. Since that time, CaribPress continues to highlight the accomplishments of music artists and entertainers, but has also profiled notable figures such as television executive Paula Madison, Los Angeles City Councilman Bernard Parks and former Jamaican Prime Minister P. J. Patterson.
  2. ^ Sentinel News Service (2011-07-21). "Winners of the 2011 Interethnic Relations Awards". Los Angeles Sentinel. Los Angeles, California. Retrieved 2011-10-06.

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