Tuesday, 16 July 2013

OUT & ABOUT: Highlights from Absinthe, Ultra++ Summer Live, Wray & Nephew's Startime, Grace 5K Run, and more

HATS OFF: July 13, Kingston. Beres Hammond (right) and Cecil Smith were among the oldies aficionados who stepped out for Saturday's star-studded and well-supported Wray & Nephew Startime concert, which delighted showgoers with its roster of veteran entertainers and no shortage of vintage hits. (Photo: Ishango Photos)

COUNTRY STRONG: July 15, United States. Ever proudly celebrating her Jamaican roots, Sheryl Lee Ralph tweeted this photo depicting her posing with husband Vincent Hughes (right) and Jamaican Ambassador to the US, Dr. Stephen Vasciannie, at the Jamaican Embassy in Washington. (Photo: Sheryl Lee Ralph)

FAST LEARNERS: July 14, Kingston. Hundreds of Jamaicans of all ages and sizes headed for Downtown Kingston on Sunday to take part in the Grace Kennedy Education 5K Run, whose objective is to support educational programmes in downtown inner-city communities. (Photo: Grace Kennedy Limited)

THE IN CROWD: July 14, Kingston. The Sunset Vista at Port Royal's Morgan Harbour Hotel was the vibrant setting for Sunday's Absinthe bash, which brought out fun-loving peeps like Ricardo 'Bibi' Gardener (second left), Dwayne Dacres, Shawn Birch, Danielle McLean, Gersham Greene and Ayesha Dawes(Photo: Ishango Photos)

EYES ON THE PRIZE: July 14, Kingston. The hopeless romantics among us were also well represented at Absinthe, sponsored by Digicel, thanks to the passionate pair of Sanjay Smith and his lovely belle Safiya Cooper(Photo: Ishango Photos)

CLUB PARADISE: July 13, Kingston. Star power rocked the Fiction night club on the weekend, with the staging of Ultra++ Summer Live. Here, dancehall queenpin Marion 'Lady Saw' Hall cozies up to R&B hitmaker Ne-Yo(Photo: Skkan Media)

GOOD SPORTS: July 13, Kingston. Also in the house for the Fiction-hosted Ultra++ party on Saturday: cricketer Sadiki Bolt (left) and Olympian Jermaine Gonzales, who we hear should be back on the track soon. (Photo: Skkan Media)

ISLAND HOPPING: July 13, Curacao. Kicking her album promotion into high gear (The Rebel dropped last month), dancehall vixen Danielle Isaacs (centre) headed to Curacao to connect with fans at the Club de Shell on the weekend. While out and about, she met up with Chaka Demus & Pliers (who performed at the BET Awards a couple weeks ago) and a pair of her dancers. (Photo: Connect International)

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