Thursday, 29 November 2012

ON THE SCENE: Romain Virgo + PM Portia Simpson-Miller + D'Angel + Nakazzi Hutchinson + Cecile Watson + Lisa Hanna

LIFE SIZE: Nov. 24, St. Andrew. Multifaceted ceramic artist Nakazzi Hutchinson (right) engages PM Portia Simpson-Miller in discussion at the opening day of the Jamaica Business Development Corporation’s (JBDC) shopping affair "Signature Sorrel," which was held on the grounds of Jamaica House last weekend. The event featured authentic Jamaican fare including art, food and home accents. Accompanying the Prime Minister is the Chief Executive Officer of JBDC, Valerie Veira(Photo: OPM)

IF YOU BUILD IT: Nov. 26, Kingston. Youth and Culture minister Lisa Hanna, spends time with YUTE programme beneficiary, Jermaine Braithwaite, ahead of the signing of a memorandum of understanding (MOU) by PM Portia Simpson-Miller for a new YUTE BUILD Project - an initiative of the NHT, HEART Trust/NTA and the PSOJ on Monday at Jamaica House. The new project, supported with a $10 million grant from the NHT, will support the training and internship for 50 youngsters in construction skills leading toward certification. Also participating in the function was the Managing Director of the NHT, Cecile Watson(Photo: OPM)

PARTY OF SIX: Nov. 24, Port Royal. Rocking a foxy ponytail and a sexy mini, dancehall diva D’Angel (2nd right) shares lens time with Hennessy's Geoffrey Bouilly and Debbian Spence-Minott (left) and members of the Hennessy promotional team. Occasion was "Hennessy Artistry: The Global Art of Blending," a stunning performance showcase which featured top Jamaican entertainers like Rodney Price, Richie Stephens, Jessica Yap, Nitty Kutchie and Romain Virgo. This international event was first launched in New York in 2006 and since then has been staged in New Kingston, Los Angeles, and Miami, among other international hotspots. (Photo: ProComm)

THE RIGHT NOTE: Nov. 24, Port Royal. With his trademark high-energy delivery and tonnes of charisma, singer Romain Virgo kept spirits high at Saturday’s ‘Hennessy Artistry: The Global Art of Blending’ with an A-class performance that left the massive crowd yearning for more. The event was staged at the old Coal Wharf in Port Royal. (Photo: ProComm)

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