Tuesday, 16 March 2010

SPOTTED: Here, There & Everywhere

The legendary Jimmy Cliff accepts his Rock & Roll Hall of Fame award from Wyclef Jean at the induction ceremony at the Waldorf-Astoria Hotel in New York City on Monday. Cliff, who now permanently lives overseas, became the second Jamaican to be inducted into the prestigious Hall of Fame.

Long before Lady Gaga was even conceived, Grace Jones was turning heads and dropping jaws with her out-of-this-world fashion choices. Here, the wonder-woman channels her inner flamingo as she heads to the stage at the Flower Bomb 5th Anniversary party, held recently at the Hotel Meurice in Paris. You better work, girl.

Prime Minister Bruce Golding speaks with Eric Albrecht (centre), Vice President of Marketing of the Ladies Professional Golfers' Association (LPGA) and Ed Moses, Vice President of Marketing, Mojo Marketing and Media at the Mojo 6 Raceway golf tournament launch on March 14. The tournament is set for April 12-16 at Cinnamon Hill, Rose Hall in St. James.

Golding expressed his support for the return of professional ladies' golf to Jamaica after a 20-year absence at the launch of the Mojo 6 Raceway Tournament at the Caymanas Club on Sunday. Golding said he hopes the event will motivate local golfers to prepare for the return of golf to the Summer Olympics roster in 2016. Apparently Mr. Golding takes his golf very, very seriously.

Grammy winner Damian Marley plays the reggae-soul rebel during his performance at the "House of Marley" launch at The House of Blues in Chicago last Sunday. Jr. Gong should seriously be in the running for world's longest locks!

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