Monday, 20 January 2014

JOIN THE CLUB: On the scene with Philip Paulwell + Alaine + Fae Ellington + Barry O'Brien + Natalie Neita-Headley + Marcia Griffiths + PM Portia Simpson-Miller, et al

THE SOCIAL NETWORK: Jan. 15, St. Andrew. With a big year ahead, what with their 10th anniversary celebrations set to dominate headlines for months on end, the Digicel Foundation last Wednesday hosted a media launch at the Stella Maris Foundation, securing an appearance by PM Portia Simpson-Miller, pictured here with members of the extended Digi family (from left): Lisa Lewis (Chair, Digicel Foundation); Samantha Chantrelle (Executive Director); Andy Thorburn (Regional CEO) and Barry O'Brien (CEO, Digicel Jamaica). (Photo: OPM)

SISTERS WITH VOICES: Jan. 12, Kingston. A host of fans, friends and family, not to mention fellow entertainers like radiant songstress Alaine, descended on the waterfront in Downtown Kingston last Sunday to witness a musical extravaganza that was the grand homecoming concert from The Voice's Tessanne Chin, who basked in the splendour of the joyous occasion. (Photo: Skkan Media)

GET YOUR KICKS: Jan. 12, Kingston. Ghetto Youths ambassadors Damian 'Junior Gong' Marley (left) and Wayne Marshall delivered vigour and crowd-pleasing antics as they blazed the mainstage at the recent homecoming concert for Tessanne in Downtown Kingston. (Photo: Skkan Media)

ANOTHER YEAR: Jan. 11, St. Andrew. Now officially worthy of the title "a man of a certain age," government minister Phillip Paulwell was in the thick of fine company inside Ribbiz last Saturday evening as Fae Ellington (left) and Marcia Griffiths, among several others, helped him usher in another birthday in style. (Photo: Skkan Media)

ASIA MAJOR: Jan. 9, St. Andrew. Sports minister Natalie Neita-Headley kept the mood light as she chatted with newly installed Chinese Ambassdor to Jamaica, Dong Xiaojun, during a courtesy call at Jamaica House last Thursday, centred on wide-ranging talks aimed at enhancing long-standing relations between Jamaica and China. (Photo: OPM)

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