TEAM LEADER: With a fierce intelligence and leadership instincts that belie his 17 years, junior Reggae Boyz captain Omar Holness motivates his teammates in Kingston as they prepared to depart the island to create history at the keenly anticipated 2011 FIFA U-17 World Cup, being hosted in Mexico from June 18 through July 10.
BLACK AND YELLOW: Lending some of her positive energy on the eve of the young Reggae Boyz departure for Mexico, Digicel's Paula Pinnock-McLeod sidled up to Coach Wendell Downswell at a farewell function held in honour of the U-17 World Cup squad in Kingston earlier this week.
KINDRED SPIRITS: The recently premiered Asante Adonai Literary Lyme certainly drew a varied crowd to Winefield in St. Ann. Sharing cam time here with Cheryl Ryman of Outameni is Jamaican-born film and TV star Peter Williams (Catwoman, The Chronicles of Riddick), who currently calls Canada his temporary home.
LIVELY BANTER: There was much to discuss in between sessions at the lyme, and Donna Duncan Scott and hubby Alwyn are seen here catching up with legal luminary Richard Small (left) following his reading.
'SHADY' LADY: The smile says it all. There was no place Kellie Magnus would rather be than at the recently held Asante Adonai Literary Lyme. Also pictured are Michelle Neita (centre) and Brenda Skeffery.
GREAT COMPANY: The literary fiesta not only offered remarkable readings, but great food and lovely fellowship that bonded festivalgoers. Vibing in the warm sunshine: Janet Silvera, Leahcim Semaj, Carolyn Cooper, Millicent Lynch and Dollis Campbell.
HOLD ME CLOSE: In Miami for a performance at the recent Best of the Best reggae and hip hop concert, dancehall-soul rebel Cherine Anderson bumped into, of all people, rap heavy-hitter Busta Rhymes, who, if I'm not mistaken has Jamaican roots himself.