Wednesday, 18 June 2014

SCENE & HEARD: Cuddy'z turns 10 + Teachers get their due + Weir, Blake and Carter shine in New York + DJ Nicholas puts in work

CUDDY'S ANGELS: June 11, Kingston. Fresh roses Catherine Goodall (left) and Ellise Campbell shared lens time with gentle sporting giant Courtney Walsh, on the occasion of his hip New Kingston eatery Cuddy'z observing its 10th anniversary with a celebratory bash attended by a host of friends and well-wishers.  (Photo: Infuzioninc)

HEAD OF THE CLASS: Jun 12, St. Andrew. Some 40 lifelong educators were honoured by PM Portia Simpson-Miller, Governor-General Sir Patrick Allen and Education minister Rev. Ronald Thwaites at an awards ceremony at Jamaica House on Thursday put on as an expression of gratitude for their years of distinguished service to the education sector. (Photo: JIS)

CUT TO THE CHASE: June 14, United States. Though he experienced a bit of a shaky start out of the blocks, Yohan Blake (far left) regained his composure to finish second behind compatriot Nesta Carter (centre) at the end of their brisk 100M dash at the New York Grand Prix on Saturday. The American Marvin Bracy (also pictured) was third. (Photo:

TO THE FINISH: June 14, United States. Team Jamaica standouts Warren Weir (centre) and Nickel Ashmeade (second left) were also on track at Saturday's Diamond League meet inside New York's Icahn Stadium, with Weir winning the Men's 200M sprint to get his 2014 campaign off to a promising start. (Photo:

THE MESSENGER: June 15, Kingston. Leading the vanguard of gospel ministers rocking the stage at Caribbean Gospel Escape (CGE) on the weekend, DJ Nicholas brought his arsenal of foot-stomping, rag-waving hits to the thrill the massive at Hope Road's Police Officers' Club. (Photo: CGE via Facebook)

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