Friday, 31 January 2014

LOOK WHO'S TALKING: Chris Gayle + NoMaddz + PM Simpson-Miller + Safiya Cooper + Yakub Grant + Denis O'Brien + Storm Saulter + Ricardo Gardener

GOOD SPORTS: Jan. 26, Kingston. On the heels of his patronage of the inaugural Samsung Youth Football Cup, former Jamaica international Ricardo 'Bibi' Gardener continues to help nurture the country's future football greats by co-hosting the recent El Clasico football competition at the Football Factory, with another staging scheduled for February. (Photo: Skkan Media)

LIFE OF THE PARTY: Jan. 25, St. Andrew. There's never a dull moment when Chris Gayle is in the house. Here, the affable sportsman bonds with Pulse's Safiya Cooper at Forever Kgn8 with DJ Cruise at Stony Hill's Villa Ronai. (Photo: Skkan Media)

GROUP DYNAMICS: Jan. 25, St. Andrew. Well known for their potent mix of dub poetry and bongoman vibrations, the souljahs of NoMaddz kept their audience enthralled as they performed at The Trod: Moving Forward at Half Way Tree's Countryside. (Photo: Ishango Photos)

ART & LIFE: Jan. 25, St. Andrew. Given that a special screening of his acclaimed film Better Mus' Come (which stars NoMaddz frontman Sheldon Shepherd) formed part of the night's offerings, no surprise that ace filmmaker Storm Saulter was in the mix at The Trod, spotted here having a talk with the group's manager Yakub Grant. (Photo: Ishango Photos)

FACE TO FACE: Jan. 22, St. Andrew. Economic growth and nation-building were among the matters up for discussion when PM Portia Simpson-Miller met up with Denis O'Brien, Chairman of Digicel Jamaica (celebrating its 10th anniversary this year), at Jamaica House. During their meeting, Simpson-Miller lauded the mobile company for its ongoing islandwide efforts in the key areas of education and community development. (Photo: OPM)





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