Saturday, 10 August 2019

ON THE SCENE: Highlights from Dream Weekend; Kingston Kitchen; Denbigh 2019, and more

TOUR OF DUTY: August 4, Clarendon. As expected, the 67th staging of the Denbigh Agricultural and Industrial Show at the famed showgrounds in Clarendon attracted massive patron support and drew appearances from such VIPs as Jamaica Agricultural Society (JAS) president Lenworth Fulton, Agriculture minister Audley Shaw and Opposition spokesman Dr. Fenton Ferguson. (Photo: JAS) 

SHAPING UP: July 28, St. Andrew. Fitness buffs like media darling Paula-Ann Porter-Jones were front-and-centre for the recent renewal of the Guardsman Games, an exciting melange of endurance challenges and gruelling obstacle courses, pitting high-energy teams against each other. (Photo: Skkan Media)

BEST BEHAVIOUR: August 2, Westmoreland. Soaking up the non-stop party vibes at Twisted Spiritz (which climaxed with an electric live performance by Spice, inset), the fly girls were out in their numbers for the Dream Weekend festivities in Negril over the Emancipendence holidays. (Photo: Skkan Media)

BON APETIT! July 27, St. Andrew. The latest instalment of Kingston Kitchen was family night out for a number of folks, flocking to Hope Gardens to sample the delectable cuisine and support the hardworking food purveyors who had booths on display. (Photo: Skkan Media)

MILLION DOLLAR MOMENT: August 4, Kingston. The curtains came down on this year’s staging of the National Gospel Song Competition inside the National Arena, with MoBay-based songbird Joanna Walker taking top honours for her spirited entry “Taste & See.” Offering congrats and sharing in the cheque presentation are Olivia ‘Babsy’ Grange and Carole Guntley-Brady. (Photo: JCDC)

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