Monday, 25 August 2014

MAKING A SCENE: Trailing our favourite stars from city Kingston to Rio de Janeiro

THE RIGHT NOTE: August 20, St. Andrew. Headlining the benefit edition of Live in the City at CRU Kitchen and Bar last week, dancehall hotshot Konshens, who graced the stage alongside his SubKonshus crew, poured his all into a performance that featured a round of hits, old and new, from his diverse rep. The deejay's next album, Hotel Room, drops later this year. (Photo: Skkan Media)  

ALL OF US: August 20, St. Andrew. On a rare break from their globe-trotting ways, Morgan Heritage's Peeta Morgan, Gramps Morgan and Una Morgan also put in appearances in support of Live in the City, sharing the frame here with radiant Miss Jamaica Universe contestant Kaci Fennell. (Photo: Skkan Media)

BY YOUR SIDE: August 20, Kingston. It was a real family affair inside the Knutsford Boulevard hotspot Triple Century last Wednesday night, as dancehall disciple Wayne Marshall launched his latest album, Tru Colours. Here, the man of the hour hangs tight with a certain supersongstress (and sister-in-law) who goes by Tessanne Chin. (Photo: Skkan Media)

FOR MOSIAH: August 17, Kingston. Commemorating the 127th anniversary of Marcus Garvey's birth, Youth and Culture minister Lisa Hanna places a wreath on the national hero's tombstone during a floral tribute at National Heroes' Park. In her message to mark the occasion, Hanna hailed the late UNIA stalwart as "the quintessential pioneer" and "a great Jamaican." (Photo: OPM)

WILD AT HEART: August 17, Brazil. More often than not, work and play goes hand in hand for the world's greatest living sprinter, Usain Bolt, seen here goofing around with pal and American rival Wallace Spearmon at the Rio de Janeiro-hosted Copacabana sea-side meet last week. (Photo:

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