Saturday, 1 December 2018

SCENE & HEARD: When Fayval met Tarrus; Tami Williams gets her due; Reggae Girlz in party mode, and more

HAVING A BALL: Nov. 27, Kingston. Still celebrating their historic qualification for next year’s well-anticipated FIFA World Cup of Football in France, the Reggae Girlz were in the mix at the Caribbean Airlines customer appreciation soiree, held at the Worthington at Spanish Court Hotel on Tuesday. (Photo: Skkan Media)

MY DAY: Nov. 27, Kingston. Following a crowd-pleasing set at the Caribbean Airlines party, singer Tarrus Riley posed for pics with his fans, including government minister Fayval Williams(Photo: Skkan Media)

ROLE MODEL: Nov. 24, St. Andrew. Supermodel Tami Williams was among the well-deserving young Jamaicans who collected awards from PM Andrew Holness during last weekend’s Prime Minister’s Youth Awards on the lawns of Jamaica House. (Photo: Sleek)

OFF DUTY: Nov. 24, St. Andrew. State minister for Culture and Sports, Alando Terrelonge, and senior tourism adviser Delano Seivewright took a pause from their chat at the PM Youth Awards to greet the cameras. (Photo: Sleek)

SHOW STOPPERS: Nov. 24, Kingston. Two of the year’s standout entertainers, Wayne Marshall and Agent Sasco, headlined the performance package at the PM Youth Awards, thrilling the audience with their latest hit songs. (Photo: Sleek)

BEST OF THE BEST: Nov. 23, Kingston. The curtains came down on the 2018 All-Jamaica Squash Championships at the Liguanea Club on Friday night, with an awards presentation. Here top awardees Chris Binnie and Ackeilia Wiltshire share lens time with former champions Karen Anderson and Wayne Burrowes, Simone Foote (Marketing manager, BCIC) and Vikram Dhiman (Chairman, BCIC). (Photo: J'ca Squash Association)

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