Saturday, 1 March 2014

SCENE & HEARD: Out and About with PM Portia Simpson-Miller, Romae Gordon, Sara Lawrence, Brandon Ferguson and Usain Bolt

TRIPLE THREAT: Feb. 27, Trinidad &Tobago. "Completely at home with foreigners and locals," is how one onlooker describes Usain Bolt's vibe as he partied up a storm in Chaguaramas earlier this week, alongside Caesar's Army Promotion, one of the key outfits organizing events from Trinidad Carnival 2014. Here, the World's Fastest Man shares lens time with The Morning After Team duo of Jules Sobion and Candace Guppy. (Photo: T&T Carnival 2014/Facebook)

CLUB MOD: Feb. 21, Kingston. Flashing their pearly whites for the camera, L'Oreal Paris Ambassador Dr. Sara Lawrence (right) and a girl pal hang tight at last Friday's Dance Feva bash hosted by the American International School in Kingston (AISK). (Photo: Skkan Media)

WHITE HOT: Feb. 22, St. Andrew. The Jamaican leg of the Colour Festival, among the most popular this side of the world, got a well-supported launch last Saturday at Villa Ronai's Kgn8 in Stony Hill, drawing appearances by the likes of Romae Gordon and Brandon Ferguson, who were spotted radiating joie de vivre. (Photo: Skkan Media)

HIGHER LEARNING: Feb. 20, St. Catherine. PM Portia Simpson-Miller, seen here performing ribbon-cutting duties, has called the new Cedar Grove Academy an excellent partnership between the government and the church for the benefit of the education sector. The institution, which was officially opened last Thursday, is a joint venture between the Ministry of Education and the New Testament Church of God in Jamaica. (Photo: OPM)

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