Monday, 19 February 2018

ON THE SCENE: Naomi works the stage at Soul Rebel 73 + Davina stuns at RJR/Gleaner Gala; PM Holness gets the youth vote, and more

FLY GIRL: Feb. 6, St. Andrew. Gospel and reggae-pop songstress Naomi Cowan delivers the goods while giving a main-stage performance at Soul Rebel 73, the 2018 Bob Marley b’day celebrations at 56 Hope Road. Protoje and a host of rising reggae ambassadors also graced the stage. (Photo: Sleek)

TALK UP YOUT’: Feb. 6, St. Andrew. Ever giving a voice to the nation’s youngsters, emcee Emprezz Golding gave this lad some shine as she carried out hosting duties at Soul Rebel 73, which, as expected, drew a mammoth crowd to the grounds of the Hope Road-based Bob Marley Museum. (Photo: Sleek)

COUCH THERAPY: Feb. 13, Kingston. Prof. Gordon Shirley cuts a dashing figure in his strong suit, as he sits down with hostess Dahlia Harris, moments after being named Man of the Year at the RJR/Gleaner Honour Awards Gala inside the Grand Jamaica Suite of the Jamaica Pegasus Hotel on Tuesday. Prof. Shirley, an esteemed public servant, is currently head of the Port Authority of Jamaica (PAJ). (Photo: Sleek)

TABLE FOR TWO: Feb. 13, Kingston. Two of this year’s distinguished honorees – a dapper Dr. Christopher Tufton (Health & Wellness) and a ravishing Miss Jamaica Universe Davina Bennett (Arts & Culture) – strike a pose for the shutterbugs at Tuesday’s RJR/Gleaner Honour Awards Gala at the Jamaica Pegasus Hotel. (Photo: Skkan Media)

VOTE OF CONFIDENCE: Feb. 13, St. Andrew. Last week’s media appreciation party, A Taste of Jamaica, offered PM Andrew Holness yet another opportunity to bond with his young supporters. Out in their numbers at the Jamaica House-hosted event, they flocked to the PM who obviously loved the company. (Photo: Sleek)

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