Published: Monday | November 9, 2009
Retirement plan? Deputy Commissioner of Police Jevene Bent points at the painting she presented to former Police Commissioner Rear Admiral Hardley Lewin during a farewell function held at the Police Officers' Club in St Andrew last Friday. - Norman Grindley/Chief Photographer
The weekend was all about food, very good food. On Friday, it was a gastronomic journey at The Jamaica Pegasus and on Saturday, the Gleaner-sponsored Restaurant Week took over the island's cities.
Pulse model Tresha Cameron was a sight for sore eyes at Breezes Braco's seventh anniversary Best of Jamaica last weekend in Trelawny. - Photo by Richard Morais
International photographers Headley Jones Jr and Cherie Steinberg could not resist taking advantage of the delicious menu at the Bobsled Café in Montego Bay at the start of Restaurant Week on Saturday. - photo by Sheena Gayle
Restaurant Week's organiser Stephanie Scott (right) journeyed to the Second City - Montego Bay, for its inaugural participation in this calendar event. Enjoying the first night of the week with her are André Dixon, CEO of participating restaurant Twisted Kilt, and waitress Stacy-Ann Fraser. - photo by Sheena Gayle
The Rhone family made it a night out last Friday. Camella Rhone and sons Jonathan (left) and Trevor David were at The Jamaica Pegasus gala gourmet dinner on the final night of the hotel's 14th wine and food festival. - Winston Sill/Freelance Photographer
Senator Ronald Robinson and his beautiful wife, Karette, were among the guests at the welcome reception by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Foreign Trade at the Rose Hall Great House in Montego Bay last Thursday. The reception was for foreign ministers who were on the island for the three-day joint foreign ministers' meeting of Latin America and the Caribbean. - Christopher Thomas/Freelance Photographer