Friday, 21 August 2020

SCENE & HEARD: Marcia Griffiths honoured … Dacoda Mitchell flaunts it … Treisha Williams’ ‘One Dose’ takes the prize…

GETTING HER DUE: Aug. 6, Kingston: Ageless reggae queen Marcia Griffiths shared the stage with culture minister Olivia ‘Babsy’ Grange and Tom Tavares-Finson at the special virtual taping of this year’s Independence Grand Gala, where Griffiths was presented with a Reggae Icon Award. Ken Boothe and Orville ‘Shaggy’ Burrell were the other Jamaica 58 honorees. (Photo: Ministry of Culture) 

CURVES AHEAD: Aug. 8, St. Mary. If you’ve got it flaunt it… actress Dacoda Mitchell showed off her gorgeous bod while partying with the cool crowd at the Ribbiz Big People Party in Oracabessa. (Photo: Skkan Media) 

BIG SHOTS: Aug. 2, St. Mary. With Dream Weekend cancelled because of COVID-19, business partners Kamal Bankay and Don Creary still got their party on at the Ribbiz Big People Party, which drew a sizeable turnout to Oracabessa for a high-energy post-Independence affair. (Photo: Skkan Media) 

THE PEOPLE’S CHOICE: Aug. 2, Kingston. Impressing the judges and the voting public with her fired-up single “One Dose of the Holy Ghost,” Treisha Williams took first place at the grand finale of the Jamaica Gospel Song Competition. (Photo: JCDC) 

THE LIVING IS EASY: Aug. 8, St. Andrew. Still one of the trendiest hotspots uptown, CRU recently hosted a summer brunch, bringing out some classy girls and stylish dudes, who enjoyed sips and toasts and catching-up as they let the good times roll. (Photo: Skkan Media)

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