From left: Guyanese designer Sonia Allen, entertainer Lady Saw and fashionista Alecia Godfrey, at the CFW after party. - Winston Sill/Freelance Photographer
US Ambassador Pamela Bridgewater (left) jokes with South African High Commissioner Mathu Joyini. They were also at the reception.
Ambassador of the Russian Federation Vladimir Polenov (right) welcomes guests (from left) Spanish Ambassador Celsa Nuño and Venezuelan Ambassador Noel Martinez to the Russia National Day Reception.
President of the Jamaica Chamber of Commerce Milton Samuda (left) raps with Indian High Commissioner Mohinder Grover (centre) and IMF Senior Resident Representative to Jamaica Gene Leon. They were attending the Russia National Day Reception, held at Terra Nova All-Suite Hotel, Waterloo Road, on Tuesday, June 12. - photos by Winston Sill/Freelance Photographer
Other representatives of corporate Jamaica review the book, 'Jamaica: 50 Golden Moments'. From left: Jacqueline Burrell-Clarke, Digicel's public relations manager; Tshani Jaja, brand marketing and communications manager, Digicel; Dawn Green, public relations and marketing executive, Kingston Industrial Garage; Michelle Wilson-Reynolds, senior VP, group marketing and corporate affairs, at Capital and Credit Merchant Bank.
Dennise Williams (left), marketing manager, Mayberry Invest-ments Ltd, and Dr Carroll Edwards, director of marketing and communications, University of the West Indies, are engrossed in the contents of the book 'Jamaica: 50 Golden Moments', presented recently by The Gleaner Company to potential buyers, at its North Street offices in downtown Kingston. - Ricardo Makyn/Staff Photographer
Thousands of Jamaicans came out yesterday to the Icahn Stadium in New York for the Adidas Grand Prix Track and Field Meet and Concert. From left: Red Fox, artiste; Richie Stephens, artiste and brand ambassador for Jamaica; Minister Natalie Neita-Headley, and reggae superstar Shaggy. - contributed
The Gleaner Company's book, 'Jamaica: 50 Golden Moments' is creating quite a stir even while still hot off the press. This must-have memento, which captures Jamaica at its best, is a joint project of The Gleaner and Ian Randle Publishers.