GENERALLY SPEAKING: July 29, Kingston. PM Portia Simpson-Miller warmly greets Governor General, Sir Patrick Allen, after the service of thanksgiving for Jamaica's 50th anniversary of Independence held at the Holy Trinity Cathedral in Kingston on Sunday. In her message, the prime minister called on Jamaicans to be inspired and strengthened to build a nation that is peaceful, productive, prosperous and protective of all citizens. (Photo: OPM).
EASY RIDER: July 30, Britain. Competing in the Equestrian Eventing (Individual Cross Country) at Greenwich Park at the Summer Games in London on Monday, Jamaican Olympian Samantha Albert ended her bid (among more than 60 other contenders) in 51st place. (Photo: AP).
CHILL SPOT: July 29, Kingston. Guest performer Kiprich and host Sanjay vibe (while making individual style statements) inside the Blackberry Lounge on Sunday's third live show of Digicel Stars. (Photo: Digicel).
FLYING SOLO: July 29, Kingston. Later hitting the mainstage to give a rendition of his latest jam, "Facebook," Kiprich brought the show to a close with his trademark vigour and lyrical humour. (Photo: Digicel).
LONDON BOUND: July 30, Kingston. Off to the Summer Olympics in Britain to see our golden boy Usain Bolt (and the rest of Team Jamaica) deliver dazzling performances on the track are, from left, Bolt's publicist Carole Beckford, his brother Sadiki, his parents Wellesley and Jennifer, and his longtime business manager Norman Peart. Their trip to the Games was endorsed by mobile giants Digicel. (Photo: Digicel).