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Published:Wednesday | October 21, 2015 | 12:00 AM
‘One good thing about music, when it hits you, you feel no pain.’ Asafa Powell is chilling on a staircase of the Bob Marley Museum, St Andrew.
Laura Asbjornsen (left), Managing Director of Creative Orange Advertising Limited and Neysha Sondeen, Editor in Chief of MACO Caribbean Magazine.
CNTM franchise holder Wendy Fitzwilliam (left) and art consultant for Britto Central Lorraine Littles.
From left: Olympic hurdler Leford Green, FLOW brand ambassador Jaheel Hyde and Jermaine Gonzales, 400m runner, take a moment to pose for the camera during the Bell Ziadie Memorial Celebrity Football Match held at Winchester Park on Heroes Day.
Stephen Miller (centre), FLOW’s sponsorship manager, was ‘on the bench’ with reggae singer Christopher Martin (left) and former Reggae Boy and coach Ricardo ‘Bibi’ Gardner during Monday’s celebrity/entertainer football game.
Students of the John Rollins Success Primary School in Montego Bay, winners of the 2014-15 LASCO Re-Leaf Environmental Awareness Programme (REAP), smile bright with Stephen Newland, CEO of LASCO REAP, at the fourth launch of the competition on Friday, October 9, at the victors’ school.

The countdown is over! Today is the launch of the sexiest calendar of 2016. Asafa Powell will be signing copies of the highly anticipated pictorial that will be available in select stores to be announced in this space tomorrow. Here is your daily dose of EXTRA.