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Something Extra - Tuesday

Published:Tuesday | December 16, 2014 | 12:00 AM
Winston Sill/Freelance Photographer Take about one on one, Adrian Campbell from One Third serenades Melicia James, human resource manager, Sagicor last Thursday.
Jermaine Barnaby/Photographer Dorian celebrates after being named Prince of Hope at the Pageant of Hope at the Genesis Academyon South Camp Road on Saturday.
Winston Sill/Freelance Photographer Super sexy Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce is not afraid to show her curves in this little balck number at the JAAA/Scotiabank Group Golden Cleats Awards.
The ultra fab Lisa Aris was nothing short of elegant at the Golden Cleats Awards on Friday at the Terra Nova All-Suite Hotel.
Jermaine Barnaby/Photographer Strike a pose there's nothing to it! Chevon Bembridge proves this saying is true with Miss teen USA Megan at the Pageant of Hope.
Winston Sill/Freelance Photographer From left: Rejeanne Campbell, Stacy Gordon and Renee Graham are pleased with the evening's proceedings as seen on thier faces at the Sagicor Group mix and mingle, at the East Lawn, Devon House, Hope Road on last Thursday.
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'Tis the season to be jolly, fa la la la la ...

It is nine days to Christmas and we can't help but enjoy the good feeling

that comes with this time of year. Here is your daily dose of EXTRA!

Cupid's arrow appears to have targeted a special place on Lyndhurst Road in Kingston 5 this year - not one, not two, but three weddings in 2014.

Chik-V Christmas

The chik-V debacle has left many people broken up and not in a celebratory mood this Christmas. Despite the mishandling of the epidemic, no one was made to account for acts of omission - but this is Jamaica. By the way, how did the Cayman Islands manage to get rid of the grave mosquito problems they had a few years ago?

Testing waters

The many loves of the top-notch academic are anxious to test the waters, especially as they hear rumblings about how bad things are on the home front. It should be an interesting 2015.

Why the imports?

As the dollar continues its climb, maybe this year there will be less imported stuff on the shelves. Ham, for example, is prepared right here at home. so, should we be spending hard-to-come-by foreign exchange to import ham? Worth checking out who the importers are as well.