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Something Extra - Tuesday

Published:Tuesday | February 9, 2016 | 2:00 AM
The dynamic duo of Terri-Karelle Reid and ‘bestie’ Garfene Grandison were in sync as they listened to music from the blue frequency.
Yendi Phillipps (left) gave singer Denyque the low-down on the plans she has in store for her dance class fans in partnership with Quiet Jamaica.
The stars came out for the Quiet Jamaica event at Usain Bolt’s Tracks and Records last Thursday. Olympian Warren Weir (left), KLE’s Gary Matalon, and singer Denyque were spotted hanging out in the mezzanine.
KLE’s big boss Gary Matalon and The Gleaner’s Nordia Craig joined the Quiet revolution last Thursday night as Quiet Jamaica shared its exciting 2016 plans with its Quiet Qarnival cardio launch guests.
From left: Desiree Lopez and Best Dressed Chicken marketing officer Nikolette Williams paused the Quiet fun for a quick pic with Quiet Jamaica’s PR and sponsorship manager Cortia Bingham.
Krystal Tomlinson (left), PR manager at the Digicel Foundation, Dr Sanneta Myrie, Miss Jamaica World (centre), and Donisha Prendergast, granddaughter of Bob Marley, are a picture of regal beauty at Bob Marley’s Birthday Breakfast celebrations, held at the Bob Marley Museum on Hope Road in St Andrew.
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There was nothing soft about The Gleaner-sponsored Quiet Jamaica Qarnival and cardio launch at Usain Bolt's Tracks and Records on Thursday night. Tantalise your Tuesday with these snapshots.