Something extra

Published: Monday | February 11, 2013 Comments 0
Ever the dancing phenom and Extra's darling exec Trisha Williams-Singh, was caught doing what she does best at the Bob Marley Earthday Concert on Thursday.
Ever the dancing phenom and Extra's darling exec Trisha Williams-Singh, was caught doing what she does best at the Bob Marley Earthday Concert on Thursday.
Paula Pinnock-Mcleod looks impressed by an onstage performance at the concert, which she couldn't help but point out to Olivia 'Babsy' Grange. - photos by Winston Sill/Freelance Photographer
Paula Pinnock-Mcleod looks impressed by an onstage performance at the concert, which she couldn't help but point out to Olivia 'Babsy' Grange. - photos by Winston Sill/Freelance Photographer
Scores of Belgians and tourists gathered to pay tribute to iconic reggae superstar Bob Marley at Belgium's famous landmark, the Manneken Pis, which was dressed in Jamaican colours. The event was organised by the Embassy of Jamaica and Permanent Delegation to UNESCO to commemorate Marley's birthday and the ongoing celebration of Jamaica's 50th anniversary of Independence. - Contributed
Scores of Belgians and tourists gathered to pay tribute to iconic reggae superstar Bob Marley at Belgium's famous landmark, the Manneken Pis, which was dressed in Jamaican colours. The event was organised by the Embassy of Jamaica and Permanent Delegation to UNESCO to commemorate Marley's birthday and the ongoing celebration of Jamaica's 50th anniversary of Independence. - Contributed
Enjoying the Bob Marley concert are (from left) Samantha Chantrelle, executive director, Digicel Foundation; Andrew McGlone, CEO, CVM TV; and Alicia McCalla, project manager, CVM TV, who all took time out to acknowledge our lens.
Enjoying the Bob Marley concert are (from left) Samantha Chantrelle, executive director, Digicel Foundation; Andrew McGlone, CEO, CVM TV; and Alicia McCalla, project manager, CVM TV, who all took time out to acknowledge our lens.
Some of the country's most important businessmen gathered at transportation mogul Fred Smith's (second right) home Monday night for the monthly all-male 'Monday Club' networking. From left: Courtney Campbell, CEO, GraceKennedy Financial Group; Mariano Dall'Orso, senior vice-president Western Union; and Don Webhy, Group CEO, GraceKennedy.
Some of the country's most important businessmen gathered at transportation mogul Fred Smith's (second right) home Monday night for the monthly all-male 'Monday Club' networking. From left: Courtney Campbell, CEO, GraceKennedy Financial Group; Mariano Dall'Orso, senior vice-president Western Union; and Don Webhy, Group CEO, GraceKennedy.
From left: Indian High Commissioner Pratap Singh, Montego Bay businessman Lachu Ramchandani and Roger Cogle, market head of personal banking, RBC, were out at Fred Smith's Coral Gardens home on Monday night for the monthly male-only 'Monday Club' networking. - photos by Janet Silvera
From left: Indian High Commissioner Pratap Singh, Montego Bay businessman Lachu Ramchandani and Roger Cogle, market head of personal banking, RBC, were out at Fred Smith's Coral Gardens home on Monday night for the monthly male-only 'Monday Club' networking. - photos by Janet Silvera
This Valentine's Day, forget the predictable red and opt for a splash of colour. See more in Flair.
This Valentine's Day, forget the predictable red and opt for a splash of colour. See more in Flair.


What seems to be one of the most talked-about events on the social circuit last week was the Bob Marley birthday concert held at the Emancipation Park. Hosted by the 'extraordinary' telecoms giant, Digicel, the event was a huge success since the park was packed with attendees from across the social spheres. It was an event that is never to be forgotten! Show another romantic side this Valentine's Day with meaningful colours. See today's Flair and continue to enjoy a few scenes from MoBay's Monday Club and the Bob Marley celebration in Brussels.








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