Sunday, 5 September 2010

ON THE SCENE: PM Bruce Golding + Storm Saulter + Jah Cure + Etana + Tami + Marigold Harding + Usain Bolt + Sheryl Lee Ralph

STARRED REVIEW: Jamaican sprint superstar Usain Bolt is all glee as he slows down to promote his first book in London. According to word from Bolt's camp, the book (an illustrated biography, published by HarperSport) will be launched in Jamaica sometime in October.

LEADING LADY: Songbird Etana gives new meaning to purple reign as she aims for royalty - and succeeds! - draped in the of-the-moment colour at the Pantry Playhouse in New Kingston last Thursday. It was opening night of What Is Fi Yuh, so of course, the lady had to be in attendance to support her hubby, Andre Morris, who is starring in the production.

SOUL SOUNDS: Performing such hits as "Unconditional Love," "Reflections" and "Call On Me" reggae star Jah Cure (and his powerful backup trio) thrilled the attentive audience at the No-maddz Live Summer Music Tour Finale at the Sportsmax Zone, New Kingston, on August 28.

AGELESS BEAUTY: Jamerican film and stage veteran Sheryl Lee Ralph cuts a stunning figure steeped in vintage elegance while attending the 2010 NAACP Theatre Awards in Los Angeles, California last week. Whoever said 'Black don't crack' had women like Miss Ralph in mind.

SCREEN TIME: Filmmaker Storm Saulter, whose latest project Better Mus' Come arrives in cinemas October 13, opts to share the frame here with singer-songwriters Sezi and Tami Chynn (right) while out promoting his film recently. Loving Tami's striking accent necklace option.

PURE 'GOLD': PM Bruce Golding leans in to congratulate newly installed Custos of St. Andrew, Marigold Yvette Harding, following the installation ceremony last Thursday at King's House. Marigold, wife of Oswald Harding, President of the Jamaican senate, is also an internationally acclaimed horticulturist.

(Photo creds: Getty Images,, Office of the Prime Minister)

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