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Published: Thursday | March 29, 2012 Comments 0
Head cook and bottle washers Carmen Patterson (left) and Jacqui Tyson have a lot to smile about after a successful staging of Hats on to Easter Brunch and Rhythm at the UDC car park downtown waterfront on Sunday. - Norman Grindley/Chief Photographer
Head cook and bottle washers Carmen Patterson (left) and Jacqui Tyson have a lot to smile about after a successful staging of Hats on to Easter Brunch and Rhythm at the UDC car park downtown waterfront on Sunday. - Norman Grindley/Chief Photographer
Can you keep a secret? Keneea Linton George has a private conversation with her husband, Brian, at the premiere of season two of Mission Catwalk. - Winston Sill/Freelance Photographer
Can you keep a secret? Keneea Linton George has a private conversation with her husband, Brian, at the premiere of season two of Mission Catwalk. - Winston Sill/Freelance Photographer
Fashionistas Kerry-Ann Clarke (left)) and Lubica Slovak have our cameras mesmerised at the cocktail reception for the season-two premiere of Mission Catwalk at the Acropolis Entertainment Centre on Tuesday. - Winston Sill/Freelance Photographer
Fashionistas Kerry-Ann Clarke (left)) and Lubica Slovak have our cameras mesmerised at the cocktail reception for the season-two premiere of Mission Catwalk at the Acropolis Entertainment Centre on Tuesday. - Winston Sill/Freelance Photographer
Mandeville's Doreen Lawson cooling out on this 2012 E 350 Mercedes Benz with good friend Karen Mullings on Sunday. - photo by Dave Lindo
Mandeville's Doreen Lawson cooling out on this 2012 E 350 Mercedes Benz with good friend Karen Mullings on Sunday. - photo by Dave Lindo
From left: George Ruddock, Gleaner Voice editor; Deidre Forbes, former Voice editor, now editor-in-chief Nigeria OK magazine; and June Daley, president of Miss Jamaica UK, smile for the social pages at the recent launch at the Nigeria High Commission. - Contributed
From left: George Ruddock, Gleaner Voice editor; Deidre Forbes, former Voice editor, now editor-in-chief Nigeria OK magazine; and June Daley, president of Miss Jamaica UK, smile for the social pages at the recent launch at the Nigeria High Commission. - Contributed
National Lion Fish Project lead Dr Dayne Buddo (left) demonstrates how to properly prepare the lionfish for consumption to Scotiabank CEO Bruce Bowen (centre) and Pro Vice-Chancellor and Principal, University of the West Indies (UWI), Mona Campus, Professor Gordon Shirley. The occasion was the launch of the Scotiabank Group's 'Scotia Goes Green On Lion Fish: Let's Eat Them to Beat Them' campaign. Check today's Food section for some delicious recipes to eliminate these critters. - JIS
National Lion Fish Project lead Dr Dayne Buddo (left) demonstrates how to properly prepare the lionfish for consumption to Scotiabank CEO Bruce Bowen (centre) and Pro Vice-Chancellor and Principal, University of the West Indies (UWI), Mona Campus, Professor Gordon Shirley. The occasion was the launch of the Scotiabank Group's 'Scotia Goes Green On Lion Fish: Let's Eat Them to Beat Them' campaign. Check today's Food section for some delicious recipes to eliminate these critters. - JIS

It's another fabulous day in Jamaica with so many places to be and be seen.




CAPTION: National Lion Fish Project lead Dr Dayne Buddo (left) demonstrates how to properly prepare the lionfish for consumption to Scotiabank CEO Bruce Bowen (centre) and Pro Vice-Chancellor and Principal, University of the West Indies (UWI), Mona Campus, Professor Gordon Shirley. The occasion was the launch of the Scotiabank Group's 'Scotia Goes Green On Lion Fish: Let's Eat Them to Beat Them' campaign. Check today's Food section for some delicious recipes to eliminate these critters. - JIS

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