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Published:Friday | May 24, 2013 | 12:00 AM
In between sips of Appleton mixes Tamia Harker and Derrick McKoy were more than willing to get up close and personal for a quick snapshot at Live and Revive's grand finale on Monday. - contributed photos
Perhaps out for a date night, Kyle Chin and his girlfriend Rachelle Gayle flashed their pearly whites for our EXTRA lens.
Skygrass band member Rasheed McCallum (left) joins his other bandmates Kamardo Blake (centre) and Simon Samuel for a quick photo op during Monday's Live and Revive finale at Macau.
CIBC FirstCaribbean International Bank managing director in Jamaica, Nigel Holness (right), proved himself a good sport on Employee Appreciation Day by donning his fancy hat to complement HR manager Jerome Griffiths in the hat parade.
Judith Romeo, associate director of compliance (left), and Angene James, manager special loans, thoroughly enjoyed the hat parade at the CIBC FirstCaribbean International Bank Employee Appreciation Day. - Contributed photos
Minister of Youth and Culture Lisa Hanna (second left) poses with (from left) Andrew McGlone, CEO of CVM; Richard Lake, Kelly Tomlin, JPS president, and Jacquie Jucean.
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The season finale of the Appleton VX-sponsored Live and Revive Monday night series at Macau has come to an end ... for now. And we have many of the intimate and fun highlights. We have the fun side of corporate Jamaica as CIBC hosted its Employee Appreciation Day. Plus, Burger King and Nice Time Productions hosted a Songs of Redemption documentary viewing. Catch it all on today's SOMETHING EXTRA!