Something Extra

Published: Friday | January 11, 2013 Comments 0
Blissful bride - Gianna enjoys the view on the boardwalk at Sandals Grand Riviera during a recent photoshoot. Here, she makes a stunning bride in this Bliss Bridal strapless fit and flair gown with pink rosettes accentuated with crystal beading. See Flair on Monday for details.
Blissful bride - Gianna enjoys the view on the boardwalk at Sandals Grand Riviera during a recent photoshoot. Here, she makes a stunning bride in this Bliss Bridal strapless fit and flair gown with pink rosettes accentuated with crystal beading. See Flair on Monday for details.
Nickesha Grey, who is visiting from overseas had the time of her life Sunday afternoon eating a few jamaica delicacies in between sips of manish water. Sharing lens time with her is Allen Croft at last Sunday's Rhyne Park soirée. - Photo by Janet Silvera
Nickesha Grey, who is visiting from overseas had the time of her life Sunday afternoon eating a few jamaica delicacies in between sips of manish water. Sharing lens time with her is Allen Croft at last Sunday's Rhyne Park soirée. - Photo by Janet Silvera
From left: Councillor Suzette Brown, businesswoman Dacia Smith, Club MoBay's Tameka Brye and RIU's Angella Bennett share lens time at a soirée in Rhyne Park Rose Hall last Sunday. - Photo by Janet Silvera
From left: Councillor Suzette Brown, businesswoman Dacia Smith, Club MoBay's Tameka Brye and RIU's Angella Bennett share lens time at a soirée in Rhyne Park Rose Hall last Sunday. - Photo by Janet Silvera
Digicel's Marketing Operations Manager, Jacqueline Edwards-Locke (centre) smiles along with these two students as she hands over JUTC bus tickets to them at the Half-Way Tree transportation centre. These students were among 300 whose bus fares were paid by Digicel on January 7. - Contributed
Digicel's Marketing Operations Manager, Jacqueline Edwards-Locke (centre) smiles along with these two students as she hands over JUTC bus tickets to them at the Half-Way Tree transportation centre. These students were among 300 whose bus fares were paid by Digicel on January 7. - Contributed
Our Gleaner team (from Left) Nadisha Hunter, Stephen Jackson and Lovelette Brooks accepts a presentation from Half Moon's Travel Industry Manager Arlien Dyer and Marketing and Communications Manager Diandra Shand. - Ian Allen/Photographer
Our Gleaner team (from Left) Nadisha Hunter, Stephen Jackson and Lovelette Brooks accepts a presentation from Half Moon's Travel Industry Manager Arlien Dyer and Marketing and Communications Manager Diandra Shand. - Ian Allen/Photographer
Dr Peter Garth (right) chairman of the National Leadership Prayer Breakfast (NLPB) discusses the planning of the NLPB with Bishop Dr Stevenson Samuels (left) Vice-Chairman NLPB, Richard Powell (second left) President and CEO Victoria Mutual Building Society and Bishop Stanley Clarke (second right) Secretary NLPB. Occasion was the press briefing of the 33rd NLPB. - Ian Allen/Photographer
Dr Peter Garth (right) chairman of the National Leadership Prayer Breakfast (NLPB) discusses the planning of the NLPB with Bishop Dr Stevenson Samuels (left) Vice-Chairman NLPB, Richard Powell (second left) President and CEO Victoria Mutual Building Society and Bishop Stanley Clarke (second right) Secretary NLPB. Occasion was the press briefing of the 33rd NLPB. - Ian Allen/Photographer


Women are in for a treat come Monday when the Flair unveils its Wedding Issue. We have glamorous pictures shot at Sandals Grand Riviera Hotel in Ocho Rios. The Half Moon Hotel visited our Gleaner offices with New Year treats in tow and Digicel gives back to downtown. We also have social scenes from a soirée in Rhyne Park, St James and a Prayer Breakfast held recently. It's your daily 'Extra' fix!








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