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Published:Wednesday | September 10, 2014 | 12:00 AM
At right: Stephanie Harris (left) snuggles with her beau, Greg Millwood, for a quick pic during chef Shea Stewart's 28th birthday party recently.
Scott Lyons (left) and Muna Shadeed pause for a photo with birthday boy chef Shea Stewart at his big bash recently.
Miss Universe Jamaica Kaci Fennell came out recently to enjoy Shea Stewart's Bachelor Chef's Birthday Party, while still putting in some work. Kaci has teamed up with Chef Stewart to work on her initiative, Style for Change, with part proceeds from his birthday party going towards the charity.
Stephen Price (centre), head of LIME retail, welcomesOlympic silver medallist Kerron Stewart (right) and her friend, Racquel Jenkins, in the LIME Carlton LifestyleStore in St Andrew. Both women were spotted checking out the new Huawei Y330.
From left: William Mahfood, chairman of Wisynco, chats with Dr Orville Morgan of Victoria Jubilee Hospital, Dr Natalie Whylie of Kingston Public Hospital and Dr Desiree Tulloch-Reid, president of the Lupus Foundation of Jamaica. The occasion was the presentation of a $250,000 donation to the Lupus Foundation of Jamaica, as Wisynco's response to the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge. The company opted to support a disease that has more relevance here, as Jamaica ranks among countries with the highest incidence of lupus in the world.- Paul Williams/Contributed
Kelly Tomblin (left), chief executive officer of Jamaica Public Service Company (JPS), signs up for The Gleaner 180 5k Run/Walk at the JPS St Andrew head office yesterday morning. Sharing the moment are Gleaner Online Brand Manager Terri-Karelle Reid (centre) and Winsome Callum, director corporate Communications, JPS. The big event kicks off this Saturday at The Gleaner's Kingston office, starting at 6:30 a.m. - Gladstone Taylor/Photographer

From corporate, to charity, to sports, to fashion, to food ... they were all out and about on the town.