Tuesday, 2 July 2013

OUT & ABOUT: L'Antoinette Stines + Beenie Man + Leonie Forbes + I'deyah Ricketts + Paula Creary + Elephant Man + Ruth HoShing

STATE OF GRACE: June 29, St. Andrew. Among the distinguished folks who flocked to the Philip Sherlock Centre, UWI Mona, for Saturday's gala performance of L'Acadco's 30th anniversary season, our roving cameras found leading ladies (from left) Leonie Forbes, Paula Creary, and Ruth HoShing(Photo: TALLAWAH)

FAMILY MOMENT: June 29, St. Andrew. Still in Mona, L'Acadco's Artistic Director L'Antoinette Stines, joined by her sons Robert (left) and Aaron, cuts the special 30th anniversary cake onstage, following the intermission at Saturday's show. (Photo: TALLAWAH)

MOM AND ME: June 30, St. Andrew. This year's Kingston Pon Di River Festival (the third ever staging) boasted an impressive roster of talent, the youngest being 10-year-old Jamerican novelist I'deyah Ricketts (pictured here with mom Karen), who read engagingly from her debut, Lyla Lyte and the Li'berry Fruit. Her second effort in the Lyla Lyte series is due out later this summer. (Photo: TALLAWAH)

IN LIVING COLOUR: June 30, United States. Reggae and dancehall's finest seized the centrestage spotlight at Sunday's BET Awards, which featured performances from style-savvy Jamaican heavy-hitters like Beenie Man and Elephant Man, inside the Nokia Theatre L.A. Live in California. (Photo: Zimbio.com)

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