Sunday, 24 February 2013

OUT ON THE TOWN: Marcia Griffiths + Yohan Blake + Philip Paulwell + PM Portia Simpson-Miller + Peter Phillips

TAKING NOTE: Feb. 21, St. Mary. PM Portia Simpson-Miller makes jottings on her notepad next to finance minister Peter Phillips during a town hall meeting with St. Mary residents last Thursday evening. During her address to the gathering, the PM stressed that, going forward, it won't be business as usual for her administration. (Photo: OPM)

LIFE OF THE PARTY: Feb. 22, Kingston. Among the handful of government ministers who truly know how to have a swell time, a beaming MP Philip Paulwell poses next to a glamorous Digicel mannequin at Friday's Bacchanal fiesta at the New Mas Camp. (Photo: Skkan Media)

COUNTRY STRONG: Feb. 22, Kingston. The islandwide fervour of Jamaica Day that happily gripped the nation on Friday was not lost on the very young, including these exuberant students of the Denham Town Primary School, who flocked to the streets in their national colours to show some island pride. (Photo: Digicel)

THE WOMAN IN WHITE: Feb. 19, Kingston. Supersongstress Marcia Griffiths was the sizzling headline act at the most recent leg of the Behind the Screen concert series, which made its return to Tracks & Records on Tuesday. But the reggae queen did not entertain the massive crowd by herself, as she brought company in the form of Beres Hammond, and others. (Photo: Jamaicansmusic)

BEAST AT REST: Feb. 23, Kingston. The 37th staging of the Gibson Relays inside the National Stadium on Saturday brought out a bright galaxy of track superstars, including Yohan Blake, who anchored his Racers Track Club to a new meet record in the Men's 4X400M final. (Photo: Yohan Blake)

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