Thursday, 31 August 2017

OUT & ABOUT: Tarrus Riley + ZJ Elektra + PM Andrew Holness + Craig & Tricia + Assassin + Kaysia Johnson-Vaughn + Tara Playfair

WE OWN THE NIGHT: August 26, Kingston. Recording star Jeffrey ‘Assassin’ Campbell and public relations pro Tara Playfair share lens time and enjoy the vibes at Saturday’s grand finale of the Pepsi Refresh Tour, which drew a supersized crowd and delivered sizzling performances from Christopher Martin, Ding Dong, Ikaya, Aidonia and Assassin.(Photo: Skkan Media)

YOUNG AT HEART: August 25, Kingston. Scotia is always doing good in the neighbourhood. Last Friday, the corporate giants hosted a back-to-school promotions bash, where parents and children met with bank execs, including Manager for Marketing Programmes, Kaysia Johnson-Vaughn, seen here bonding with Zip FM’s resident disc jock ZJ Elektra(Photo: Skkan Media)

POPPING THE QUESTION: August 24, Kingston. Some girls have all the luck! Tricia Anderson was the envy of women everywhere when longtime beau, Craig ‘Craigy T’ Thompson went down on his knees and officially asked her to be his one and only, during a taping of Daytime Live! at the TVJ Studios on Thursday. Chatting with TALLAWAH at Saturday’s Miss Universe Jamaica finale, he told us about his decision to propose. “It’s a decision I took some time to make, but I’m happy with it.” (Photo: Sleek)

STAR OF THE SHOW: August 24, Westmoreland. As expected, the fans came out in their numbers to catch a live performance from Tarrus Riley (seem here with a couple of gorgeous ladies) on the occasion of the 2017 renewal of the Appleton Signature Nights series, which made a stop at Kenny’s Italian Café in Negril last Thursday night. (Photo: Skkan Media)

HEAD OF THE CLASS: August 23, St. Andrew. PM Andrew Holness, who consistently emphasizes the paramount importance of the education mandate to his administration, met with some of the year’s outstanding GSAT scholars, who paid a courtesy call at Jamaica House last week, as they look forward to starting high school in the new academic year, which commences next week. (Photo: Jamaica House)

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