ON THE TOWN: June 26, London. Heading out to dinner in Chinatown, Sean Paul was easily spotted by the paparazzi, even with his cap and shades on. Recently, SP was among the pop and hip-hop acts who ripped the main stage at BBC Radio 1's big Hackney Weekend. Rihanna, Jay Z and Kanye West also performed. (Photo: Pacific Coast News).
WELL DONE, SON: June 30, Kingston. Usain Bolt has warm congratulations for his protege-turned-main-threat, Yohan Blake, following Blake's stunning 100 M win at the National Senior Trials on Saturday inside the National Stadium. Blake went on to cop the sprint double with victory in Sunday's 200 M. How has Bolt responded to the double loss? "It's a wake-up call," he told reporters. Indeed. (Photo: Collin Reid).
ON SET: June 30, Kingston. Reprising her role as hostess with the mostest, Terri-Karelle Reid is all smiles at the Kingston leg of auditions for Digicel Stars. Sitting beside her is crooner D-Major, one of the mentors who'll be helping to groom this year's crop of stardom hopefuls. (Photo: Digicel).
THE GOOD EARTH: June 28, St. Catherine. The Cedar Grove High School is coming to Gregory Park, St. Catherine. PM Portia Simpson-Miller, along with education minister Ronald Thwaites (far right); East Central St. Catherine MP Arnaldo Brown (2nd left); Portmore Mayor George Lee (3rd left); and Rev. D. Barrington Brown (left), were recently photographed breaking ground for the construction of the school, to be built at a cost of $660 million. According to the prime minister's office, it is a joint initiative of the education ministry and the New Testament Church of God, with funding from the Inter-American Development Bank/GoJ Education System Transformation Programme. (Photo: OPM).