Miss Portland Festival Queen Anna-kay Bromfield's outfit and dazzling smile as she arrives at the Portland Jerk Festival on Sunday at Folly Estates enhanced an already bright day. - Photo by Paul Williams
Isn't Viviene Lawrence of Norridge, Portland, the most patriotic Jamaican in the land? - Photo by Paul Williams
Minister Lisa Hanna hangs out with former director of tourism Fay Pickersgill at the launch of Sumfest at the Kingston waterfront on the weekend. - Winston Sill/Freelance Photographer
LIME's Nathaniel Palmer (centre) enjoys the happenings at the Jesus Party with gospel artistes Omari (left) and Kevin at the Swallowfield Chapel on Friday, June 29. - Contributed
Author and past student of Merl Grove High School, Andrene Bonner, signs a copy of her book titled 'Olympic Gardens' for Information Minister, Senator Sandrea Falconer, at Merl Grove High School Past Students' Association North-Eastern American Chapter's 8th annual gala, held at the Hilton Hotel in Greenbelt, Maryland, on Friday, June 29. - Photo by Derrick Scott
A contingent of media representatives from Jamaica flew into New York City on the weekend for the summer concert 'Groovin In The Park'. From left are Richard 'Richie B' Burgess from Hot 102 FM, Sadeke Brooks from The Gleaner, Anthony Turner, media relations director and host, Ian Guthrie, TVJ, and Sanjay, co-host of TVJ's 'Intense'. - Photo by Dave Rodney
It's shaping up to be a summer of festivals. To kick off things was the sizzling jerk fest in Portland on Sunday. Sumfest is just around the corner, Osmosis is Saturday, and Little Ochie Seafood festival is happening Sunday.