Tuesday, 4 April 2017

ON THE SCENE: Highlights from Magnum Live, Yello! launch party, SCQ finale and more

VICTORY DANCE: March 28, Kingston. Following a keenly contested match-up against defending champions, Titchfield High, kings of St. Bess, Munro College, and their jubilant supporters celebrated their hold on the 2017 TVJ Schools’ Challenge Quiz championship trophy, inside the TVJ Studios. Munro, who last won the competition in 2003, defeated Titchfield 27-24. (Photo: Lasco)

GOLDEN GIRLS: March 27, Kingston. Entertainment legend Grace McGhie-Brown (left), star of film, television, radio and theatre, is all smiles as she accepts the plaque that accompanied her Lifetime Achievement Award, presented by fellow luminary Fae Ellington, during last Monday’s Actor Boy Awards ceremony at the Phoenix Theatre in New Kingston. “I am deeply honoured to accept it,” McGhie-Brown said in response, “and I will treasure it always.” (Photo: Actor Boy Awards)

MAIN ATTRACTION: March 25, Kingston. The stage was set, the patrons were amped and, by all accounts, ‘The Man Himself’ delivered. Dancehall hotshot Alkaline (who hadn’t given a live performance in Jamaica in over three years), reportedly gave an electrifying set as he headlined last weekend’s much-publicized Magnum Live mega-concert, which drew thousands of the deejay’s diehard fans to the National Stadium car park. (Photo: Sleek)

LADIES MAN: March 20, Kingston. Star batsman Chris Gayle, channeling his inner dark knight, shares lens time with a bevy of gorgeous Heineken girls, on the occasion of the Champions League Trophy making a stop at his New Kingston hotspot Triple Century. Generating an islandwide buzz, the tour also made stops in Montego Bay and Ocho Rios. (Photo: Sleek)

PICTURE PERFECT: Looking fab as always, Global Directories Marketing Manager Tshani Jaja and her culinary whiz brother Oji, pose for the shutterbugs at the recent launch party to celebrate the Jamaica Yellow Pages’ transition to Yello! Featuring displayed artwork from a range of Jamaican talents, the launch party took place at the Constant Spring Golf Club. (Photo: Sleek)

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