Tuesday, 26 March 2013

OUT & ABOUT: Tessanne Chin + Brian Lumley + PM Simpson-Miller + Talia and Ashley + Sir Patrick Allen + Lisa Hanna + Kes + Babsy Grange + Yendi Phillipps

PALE FIRE: Mar. 22, Kingston. Rocking an easy-breezy look, Yendi Phillipps puts in an appearance at Mas Camp on Friday night, sharing lens time here with mainstage headliner Kes, who gave a hyperkinetic performance with his sizzling bandmates in tow.  (Photo: Skkan Media)

SHORT NOTICE: Mar. 22, Kingston. Girl power! Talia and Ashley, the lovely and talented hostesses of Intense, join in the fun at Mas Camp's closing night of Bacchanal 2013 on Friday.  (Photo: Skkan Media)

COVER ME: Mar. 22, Kingston. Alongside a dynamic ensemble, songbird Tessanne Chin serves up the fierceness as she gets in on the act at Mas Camp. Talk about striking a pose! Meantime, Tessanne and hubby Michael Cuffe recently marked their second anniversary as a married couple. Heartiest congrats, guys!  (Photo: Skkan Media)

IN THE FRAME: Mar. 22, Kingston. Chef extraordinaire Brian Lumley is all smiles as he, too, checks out the action and poses for the paparazzi (alongside a supercute female companion) inside Mas Camp on Friday's closing night of Bacchanal 2013.  (Photo: Skkan Media)

UP FRONT: Mar. 24, Kingston. Governor General Sir Patrick Allen and PM Portia Simpson-Miller have a quick word as they look over a section of the programme at the Prime Minister's Youth Awards and Youth In Concert, hosted inside New Kingston's Emancipation Park on Sunday evening. For achievements in the past year, dozens of outstanding young Jamaicans from across the island were recognized with awards during the ceremony.  (Photo: OPM)

STANDING OUT: Mar. 24, Kingston. Hailing from several fields (arts/culture, sports, entrepreneurship and journalism included), over 40 youngsters (ages 15-24) were presented with special accolades during Sunday's well-supported Prime Minister's Youth Awards at the Emancipation Park. Sprinter Warren Weir, radio host Basilia Barnaby, and singer-songwriter Romain Virgo were among the standout recipients. Here, some of the awardees pose with PM Portia Simpson-Miller, Gov-Gen Sir Patrick Allen, culture and youth minister Lisa Hanna, and Opposition spokesperson on culture, Olivia 'Babsy' Grange. (Photo: OPM)

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