ACT LIKE A LADY: April 4, New York. Standing out in eclectic looks, Jamaican-born Editor-in-Chief of Essence Magazine, Constance White (left), and Oscar-nominated actress Taraji P. Henson attend a screening of Think Like A Man at the AMC Empire 25 theatre in New York City. Think Like A Man opens in theatres on April 20.
THE BRIGHT SIDE: March 31, Kingston. Colourful LIME executives Grace Silvera and Chris Dehring are seen in deep conversation on the final day of ISSA Boys & Girls Champs inside the National Stadium. The mobile company was a major sponsor of this year's athletic championships, which was won by Calabar High and Edwin Allen High respectively.
YOUNG AT HEART: April 5, Kingston. PM Portia Simpson-Miller has a word with young Alexandra Reid at the launch of the National Road Safety Council (NRSC) poster competition at Jamaica House. The poster competition is open to children and adolescents ages 6 to 19. The Prime Minister called for the support of all Jamaicans in making our roads safer and to protect our children. In other Simpson-Miller news, the PM is among the global movers-and-shakers being considered for this year's prestigious TIME 100 list, which will be made public on April 17. In a recent reader poll, Simpson-Miller pulled over 6,000 affirmative votes: