VIBES: Happy to be returning home from touring, the Jambiz crew of actors (Midnight At Puss Creek) held a spirited mini-celebration in transit. But no rest for the talented: Camille Davis, Sharee Mc-Russell and Glen Campbell have already slipped back into work mode for Charlie's Angels, which opens July 27 at Centerstage.
ALL SHOOK UP: Promoting his newly-released disc, Summer in Kingston (and first single "Sugarcane"), Shaggy got in full swagger mode for an electric performance Friday night on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno on NBC, before shutting down New Kingston to launch the album on Saturday.
LAST HURRAH: No tears from the strong-hearted. Neville 'Bertis' Bell was in great spirits recently as he prepared to make his final appearance as a co-host of TV J's hot morning-time show Smile Jamaica.
WATER WORKS: PM Bruce Golding (third left) has expressed delight at a recent move by the NWC to build a new $6.3 million pumping station at their Darling Street facility that will transport waste water to the Soapberry treatment plant off Hunts Bay. The project is being supported by the Inter-American Development Bank and should be completed in 18 months by KIER contractors. From left at the contract signing at the NWC corporate office on Thursday is NWC Chairman, Dennis Chung; Minister of Water and Housing, Dr. Horace Chang, and NWC President, Albert Gordon.