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Something Extra | Thursday

Published:Thursday | November 23, 2017 | 12:00 AM
Our camera snapped (from left): Kerry Miller, personal assistant to Adam Stewart, with colleague Clive Hamman of Sandals International, and Christine Thwaites of the ATL Group.
Nordia England-Prout, training and development manager at Round Hill Hotel, hanging out with Yoni Epstein, CEO of Itel BPO.
The Montegonian posse of (from left): Jason Russell, Maurice McCurdy and Gemna and Dwight Troupe enjoy a glass of wine before their coffee high at Monday’s opening.
Jill Stewart (left) with Franciska Haynes
From left: Anna Priestley, Andrea Agula and Alecia Newman came out for Monday’s grand opening of the first Starbucks cafe in Jamaica.
Mark McIntosh and Caroline Yapp share a hearty laugh.
CEO of Sandals Resorts International Adam Stewart and his mother, P.J. Stewart.
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The first and only Starbucks cafe in the island opened its doors on the hip strip in the Second City on Monday night, and Montegonians and coffee lovers flocked to get their coffee fix. The Gloucester Avenue outlet has been highly anticipated, and much will be touted about this new franchise to the Jamaican landscape in the coming weeks.