Friday night of the three-day Kingston Pon Di River event was steamy, quite sensual in nature, dominated by some racy readings and raunchy performances from Rosie Murray, Tanya Shirley, Shelley-Ann Weeks, Tomlin Ellis and Fuzion, among others, in-between relaxing jazz selections from Gordon Wedderburn.
On January 21, St Elizabeth native Sanya Brown and Kingstonian Andrew Duggan said their 'I dos' in the wedding of their dreams. The two met at a party at Weekenz along Constant Spring Road in 2003. That meeting blossomed beyond the boundaries of friendship and after five years of dating, Andrew popped the question.
Doc, I am a woman whose mind is very troubled. I am married, with two young sons and a daughter. I have always been faithful to my husband. He is a good man. And we both love our children. But six months ago, I found myself falling in love with my daughter's teacher.
The atmosphere was definitely celebratory and the company was fabulously attired for Scotia Private Client Group's Jamaica Open Polo tournament at Caymanas Estate on Sunday, April 29. If you missed the fun, take a peek at these snapshots.
Sheena Drummond, Miss Pryce Construction, was crowned Miss Jamaica World Middlesex at the Golf View Hotel in Mandeville on Saturday, April 28. The 19-year-old emerged ahead of 12 other girls who entered this year's competition.
They call him the 'Love Doc', he who not only embraces and indulges in the beauty and pleasures of sex, but also makes a living preaching and teaching it. And at age 61, he has no plan to slow down anytime soon.
Once upon a time, The Jamaica Pegasus hotel, located along Knutsford Boulevard, was regarded as an iconic social landmark. It was the preferred hotel for the international traveller, who was stopping over in the nation's capital. It was also the preferred social haunt of the leading social denizens, business tycoons, fashionistas and, of course, social profilers!
We have been socialised on the expectation to 'fall in love', marry and 'live happily ever after'.