It was an entertainment fiesta on Saturday, December 4 as the Kiwanis Club of Kingston hosted its Grand Christmas Charity Ball at The Jamaica Pegasus hotel.Fab 5, celebrating 40 years in the music industry, and Judi Emanuel...
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It was a blue and white and tennis-themed celebration for speaker of the House of Representatives, Delroy Chuck, who celebrated his 60th in fine style on Thursday, December 2, at his Jacks Hill residence.Some 250 family members, friends, political...
Persons wishing to make a quick trip by air to the Treasure Beach area of St Elizabeth will now be able to do so come Thursday, December 16 when the 250,000-square foot Lionel Densham Aerodrome opens at Short Hill in the parish.Located on property owned...
WESTERN BUREAU: Women donned their finest, and the men earned high marks, too, for being so stylishly dressed, but the cause behind inaugural Rose Hall Holiday Ball far outweighed the fashion in the ballroom of the Iberostar Suites in Montego Bay on Saturday, December 11.
Don't be fooled by that captivating smile - behind it lies an astute political mind and a caring, people-centred personality, but that smile is what immediately pulls you into the dynamic United States (US) Congresswoman Yvette Clarke upon first meeting.
It will long be remembered as the party of the year in western Jamaica, not just because the invitations were so cleverly designed but because it incorporated all the elements of a well-thought-out plan.
Now, Portia Simpson Miller, as the script would have had it, was born destined to fail. Not because of the absence of industry on her part, but due to an accident of birth, which saw her being born 'below the clock' and consequently, not necessarily equipped with the social and, educational skills and tools to 'make it'.
Inspired by Nanny of the Maroons, fashion designer José Duran, who divides his time between New York, Paris and his homeland, the Dominican Republic, made his Jamaican debut at the Ocean Style/Kerrymanwoman Fashion Show at Half Moon on Saturday, November 27.
Diana Stewart, chairman of the Errol Flynn Benefit Ball, held on Saturday, November 13, has expressed heartfelt thanks to the numerous sponsors of the annual ball which was staged on the scenic Ken Wright Pier at the Errol Flynn Marina. The theme for the evening was 'A Night at the Oscars'.
It was one of the fabbest parties of the season, and then some. It boasted style, old-world elegance, Continental charm and fabulous pizzazz! The music was simply divine - eclectic and oh so agreeable. And then there was the fare - a feast that was fit for royalty, topped by imported Belgian chocolate that provided a rendezvous with the senses!
The invitation outlined a number of reasons to celebrate the synergy between modern medicine and elements from ancient cultures. And on Friday, November 19, a spa and wellness centre with a difference was unveiled to the public at 19 Balmoral Avenue in St Andrew. As usual, we caught some of the guests in attendance.
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Touting strides in the economic and social development of Jamaica, the island's ambassador to the United States, Audrey Marks, praised the diaspora's contribution to the island's progress. The Jamaica Awareness Association of California (JAAC) and its work were singled out as a model...
Elaine Bryan, Flair columnist based in Atlanta, Georgia, has chalked up yet another prestigious award. This time it's the 2010-11 Counsellor of the Year Award for Region VI from the Georgia School Counsellors Association.
The second annual Errol Flynn Charity Ball held on the grounds of the marina in Port Antonio on November 13 was a stellar event, attracting a number of dignitaries, musical minds, foreigners and local guests.
Edward Philip George Seaga was a man destined for greatness, and a man of many firsts. His destiny, however, was not without its trials and tribulations. Along the way he met many whom he embraced and empowered, so that they, too, could have that one moment in life of being more than they thought they could be.
Clients, business associates and friends of Jamaica International Insurance Company (JIIC) were feted at a client get-together/chill & chat party at The Jamaica Pegasus hotel poolside on Thursday, November 11. Our photographer caught some of the fun.