Friday, 30 May 2014

JOIN THE CLUB: TALLAWAH trails the stars from Portmore to the Bahamas

BOYS' NIGHT OUT: May 17, St. Catherine. Showing some support for his close pal Chris Martin who was headlining a live solo performance at the Famous nightclub in Portmore, sprint sensation Usain Bolt hangs tight with ace selector Richie Dee Martin, clearly owning the night. (Photo: Skkan Media)

CHILL SPOT: May 17, St. Catherine. Call him LL Cool C. Reggae-soul singer Chris Martin finds himself surrounded by a pair of lovely ladies inside Portmore’s Famous nightclub, the setting for his recent solo concert endorsed by the makers of Voga Wines. (Photo: Skkan Media)

HIGH OFFICE: May 22, St. Andrew. On the occasion of his official investiture as Poet Laureate of Jamaica, Prof. Mervyn Morris is warmly welcomed to King’s House by Governor-General Sir Patrick Allen. Morris will serve a tenure spanning the next three years. (Photo: JIS)

ISLAND PRIDE: May 24, United States. It’s true what they say: you can find a Jamaican flag in every corner of the world. PM Portia Simpson-Miller is seen here greeting a member of the Diaspora bearing the black, gold and green as she heads to the 2014 commencement ceremony at the historic Lafayette College in Pennsylvania on the weekend. Simpson-Miller, who was invited to give the keynote address, was conferred with an honorary doctorate of Public Service during the ceremony. (Photo: JIS)

WORKING GIRLS: May 25, The Bahamas. Team Jamaica’s quartet of Sherri-Ann Brooks, Simone Facey, Anneisha McLaughlin and Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce pose for the shutterbugs following their bronze medal finish in the Women’s 4 X 200M final at the IAAF World Relays in Nassau. Their Jamaican male counterparts, meanwhile, copped gold and set a new world record. (Photo:

HOT STEPPERS: May 25, Kingston. A characteristically high-energy set by dancehall supergroup T.O.K was among the highlights at Sunday’s Fashionblock extravaganza put on by Saint International along Knutsford Boulevard in New Kingston. Chart-topping sensation I-Octane also hit the runway to unleash a slew of career hits. (Photo: Saint International)

HIGH SCHOOL MUSICAL: May 25, Kingston. The 2014 iteration of the JCDC-organized National Children’s Gospel Song Competition culminated inside the Ranny Williams Entertainment Centre Sunday evening, with high honours going to standout performers like Papine High School, whose talented reps copped second place in the age 11-15 ensemble category.  (Photo: JCDC) 

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