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Published:Friday | January 14, 2011 | 12:00 AM
Talking jazz! Ricky Francis chats with Ramona Sirjue (left) and Loni Jones during the Pre Jazz Festival lyme held at the Fiction Night Club on Wednesday. - Contributed
Three-time world athletic champion Usain Bolt enjoys the vibe at the Pre Jazz Festival lyme with Trizan Chung-Ying (left) and Sheba Hottat. - Contributed
From left: Sade Powell, Roxanne Elliott, Tashy Myers and Vanessa Williams out for the lyme.
It seems that Courtney Walsh Jr has his hands full with Theodine Simpson (left) and Flair Bachelorette 2010, Misha Haye. - Contributed
Sandy Springs, Georgia, resident Gregory Bryan measures the amount of snow that fell on his deck on Tuesday. - Contributed
Capital and Credit's Ryland Campbell (left) gives a listening ear to Public Defender Earl Witter at the Jamaica Cricket Association's awards dinner and presentation at the Jamaica Pegasus hotel on Thursday January 6. - Winston Sill/Freelance Photographer
Pulse superstar model Jeneil Williams with fashion icon Karl Langerfeld in Moscow, Russia, at the reception to launch the calendar at the end of 2010. Langerfeld shot the famous Perelli calendar for 2011. - Contributed
George Alliman (centre), The Jamaica Pegasus hotel's 'Employee of the Year', being congratulated by the hotel's human resource manager, Fern Lewis Hue (left), and board director, Kevin Hendrickson, at the recent awards event. - Contributed
Chief Executive Officer of the Jamaica Cricket Association Robert Bryan (left) hobnobs with Major Radcliffe Daley (centre), who's in charge of the Jamaica Defence Force's team, and Dave Cameron, West Indies Cricket Board vice-president. - Winston Sill/Freelance Photographer
President Barack Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama attend memorial service for the victims of last Saturday's shootings, at McKale Center on the University of Arizona campus Wednesday, January 12, in Tucson, Arizona. Second from left is Daniel Hernandez, a University of Arizona political science student who helped Gabrielle Giffords when she was shot and a right is Mark Kelly, husband of Giffords. - AP

We have more highlights of the Jamaica Cricket Association awards dinner and presentation held at The Jamaica Pegasus hotel last Thursday.

Gearing up for jazz festival.