ALL ABOUT KAREN: A more slender, elegantly trim version of acclaimed actress Karen Harriott was among the famous faces spotted at Tuesday's launch of Jazz & Blues Sweet 16 at the Wyndham. Harriott tells TALLAWAH that her absence from the stage and TV are being dutifully spent not only with family but also with the Secretariat that's assembling great plans for the the keenly awaited Jamaica 50. That's not to say she has abandoned her passion for acting; she has vowed to return when the time - not to mention the script - is right.
MELLOW YELLOW: Dancehall pioneer King Yellowman kept it stylish with a matching suit, complete with a crowning fedora.
COOL HAND KEITH: With wine glass in hand, icon and former sportscaster Keith Brown was a mix of reserved and urbane.
TALK THAT TALK: Actress and radio host Rosie Murray has a lot to smile about these days. Not only is Murray garnering awards buzz for her amusing, sexy-silly turn in the David Tulloch dramedy If Walls Could Talk, she is also gearing up to hit the road with her castmates for performances in rural towns.
THE POWER OF TWO: Diligent head of The Art of Music Productions (AMP), Walter Elmore (seen here being interviewed by Winford Williams) has asserted that with Celine Dion in tow, Jamaica Jazz & Blues 2012 is poised to go down in history as the greatest ever staging of the important 16-year-old calendar event.