Tuesday, 8 August 2017

ON THE SCENE: Queen Ifrica + Coleen Douglas + Tessanne Chin + Cortia Bingham + Earl Jarrett + Olivia ‘Babsy’ Grange

EMBRACEABLE YOU: July 30, St. James. A favourite Government minister for countless Jamaicans, Olivia ‘Babsy’ Grange shares a warm embrace with a youngster after attending last Sunday’s National Church Service to mark the official start of the 2017 Emancipendence celebrations. The service was held at the Calvary Baptist Church in Montego Bay. (Photo: Olivia ‘Babsy’ Grange) 

PIECE OF CAKE: July 27, Kingston. Recording artiste and new Sagicor brand champion Tessanne Chin oozes her trademark radiance while cozying up to a delectable gateau, following her signing at Sagicor head office last Thursday. (Photo: Sagicor) 

SPREADING THE WORD: July 24, Kingston. On the occasion of the Jamaica 55 Diaspora Conference, which drew a large attendance (over 1200 persons flew in), Jamaica National general manager and organizing committee chair, Earl Jarrett, spent time greeting delegates, many of whom hadn’t been back to Jamaica in years. (Photo: JN Bank)

LADIES WHO BRUNCH: July 23, Kingston. The increasingly popular ‘We Inspire Women’ movement has a long roster of events planned for the remainder of the year. As a warm-up, the ladies recently put on a ‘Be the Woman’ soiree, which drew support from the likes of communications pro Coleen Douglas (left), seen here sharing lens time with team leader Cortia Bingham. (Photo: Sleek) 

IN THE MOOD: July 22, St. James. Delivering one of the most talked-about performances of the festival, Queen Ifrica is captivated by the stirring music (selections from her popular catalogue) that had the supersized crowd singing along. (Photo: Sleek)






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