FRIENDS & FAMILY: April 24, St. Andrew. It's all smiles from the multi-talented crew, including director fabian thomas (far left) and stage legend Leonie Forbes (centre foreground), set for this weekend's Vagina Monologues at UWI's Philip Sherlock Centre that will benefit local women's charities.
GETTING HIS DUE: April 21, New York. Looking sharp and dashing, veteran reggae crooner Richie Stephens was the man of the hour at an awards ceremony put on recently by the Comets Athletic Club (New York chapter). Here, President of Comets Club International, Judith Hutchinson, presents Stephens with their special Cultural Ambassador award while Aziz Adetimirin (left) and Christopher Castriota look on.
STAGE PRESENCE: April 13, Northern Ireland. As he continues to make his presence felt in the international arena, Sean Paul flew to Belfast to thrill his European fans at the MTV Titanic Sounds concert in Belfast. The Grammy winner's vibrant performance mainly comprised tracks from his most recent album, Tomahawk Technique.
TO HAVE AND TO HOLD: April 17, Los Angeles. Last week's star-studded premiere of Marley in L.A. was, of course, a must-do for Ziggy Marley and the lovely wife, Orly, who brought a jolt of brilliant colour to the red carpet. Meanwhile, Ziggy was the musical guest on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno on Wednesday.
ON THE REEL: April 18, Kingston. The recently-concluded Reggae Film Festival offered a much-needed platform for up-and-coming Jamaican filmmakers like (from left) Reinardo Chung, Diavallon Fearon, Chris Byfield and Craig 'Amaziah the Great' Kirkland. This year's RFF unfolded inside the gardens of the Jamaica Pegasus, New Kingston.