Sunday, 11 December 2011

ON THE SCENE: Veronica Campbell- Brown + Dr. Carolyn Cooper + Yendi Phillipps + Camille Davis + PM Andrew Holness + Olive Senior

SENIOR STAFF: Dec. 11, St. Andrew. Author Olive Senior is caught between UWI Mona's Dr. Michael Bucknor (left) and Dr. Norman Edwards at the Sunday morning launch of Senior's new book, Dancing Lessons.

INNER BEAUTY: Dec. 4, St. Ann. An inside shot of the exquisite gallery at Mount Plenty, St. Ann, which hosts the latest exhibit by artist Laura Facey, which was opened to the public last Sunday. Dubbed Radiant Combs, the exhibit is a series of fascinating wood carvings from the world of Facey.

EARTHY DELIGHTS: Dec. 11, Kingston. Looking spa-fresh and radiant, Yendi Phillipps, Naomi Cowan and NeahLis share lens time at Babeelicious, where the Yendi Phillipps Foundation staged a clothes and food drive on the weekend in aid of the Mustard Seed homes.

GIVING HIS REGARDS: Dec. 9, New York. Jamerican actor Dule Hill oozes understated style at the Broadway opening of the romantic comedy-drama Stick Fly, in which he co-stars opposite Mekhi Phifer and Tracie Thoms. Stick Fly is produced by Grammy winner Alicia Keys, who also composed music for the production.

VISION: Dec. 11, St. Andrew. Attending the launch of Olive Senior's Dancing Lessons at UWI Mona, Dr. Carolyn Cooper dazzles in celestial white. C'est chic!

BARING ARMS: Dec. 10, Kingston. Spotted out at the theatre (to see Who Ah Di Don?) actress Camille Davis goes for nerdy glam -- and nails it. Talk about a brainy beauty!

WINNERS' CIRCLE: Dec. 9, Kingston. Staking their rightful place among the year's best, track coach Glen Mills (left) and 2011 World Championship gold medallists Veronica Campbell-Brown and Yohan Blake show off their trophies at the JAAA Golden Cleats Awards at the Terra Nova Hotel.

WHIZ KIDS: Dec. 9, St. Andrew. PM Andrew Holness is seen presenting the Central Information Technology Office (CITO) Challenge Trophy for the best overall application for the public sector to the Campion College team at UWI Mona. The team took part in the Blackberry Developers Competition, which targeted students of primary, secondary and tertiary institutions across Jamaica with a focus on stimulating innovation and entrepreneurship.

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