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Something Extra | Wednesday

Published:Wednesday | March 14, 2018 | 12:00 AM
Glynis Salmon being escorted off the stage by the very chivalrous duo of Clement 'Jimmy' Lawrence (left), chairman of J. Wray & Nephew, and Pearnel Charles Jr., minister of state in the Ministry of National Security.
Deika Morrison (left), programme director Crayons Count, having some fun with Angela Thame at the Book Industry Association of Jamaica (BIAJ) Kingston Book Festival.
Latoya West-Blackwood (left), chairman of the Book Industry Association of Jamaica, shares lens time with Andrea Dempster-Chung of the British Council.
Natalie Rowlands smiling pretty.
Once there is soca music, Roxan Edmundson Munroe and her husband, Daniel, are quite alright.
Stacey Wills (left) with gal pal Liz Hoo Sang.
Tracey-Ann Chin and Suzanne Ingram enjoying the soca beats.
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Literary lovers turned out in droves for the cocktail party of the Book Industry Association of Jamaica (BIAJ) Kingston Book Festival  Top Shelf. And, speaking of lovers, when it comes to soca you don't need to be on the high seas to have a grand time.