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Published:Tuesday | June 26, 2012 | 12:00 AM
Cheridah Todd (left) and Barbara Grant gave us their best pose. They attended the Miss Jamaica World 2012 coronation on Saturday night.
It's either we caught Marian Ross off guard or Mayer Matalon is the reason for her beautiful smile at the opening night of the Kingston International Backgammon Tournament at the Spanish Court Hotel last Friday. - Photos by Winston Sill/Freelance Photographer
Lisa Hanna (second left), minister of youth and culture, meets with members of Grand Jamaica Homecoming in Toronto, Canada, recently. From left are Joan Young Davis, Jamaica 50th secretariat; Seth George Ramocan, consul general of Jamaica to Toronto; Donette Chin-Loy Chang, president, Jamaica Homecoming Canada; Antoinette Spooner, vice-president, Grand Jamaica Homecoming; and Robert Kerr, regional manager, Jamaica Promotions Corporation. - Contributed
Robert Richards and former Miss Jamaica World Kerrie Bayliss during the 2012 coronation at The Jamaica Pegasus hotel Saturday night.
No, you're not seeing doubles. Dr Trevor Gardner (left), new president of Northern Caribbean University, jokes about matching ties with Nigel Coke, public affairs and religious director, Jamaica Union Conference of Seventh-day Adventists, at church on Saturday. - Contributed
It's party time for United States Ambassador Pamela Bridgewater and Sergeant Rio Martinez at a reception to celebrate the United States' 236th independence anniversary at her Paddington Terrace residence. The occasion was also to say farewell to chargé d'affaires, Isiah Parnell.
It's BlackBerry time between Sally Levy and Tommy Cowan, managing director of Glory Music and co-producer of Fun in the Son, at the media launch of the festival at the UDC car park on Sunday. - Ricardo Makyn/Staff Photographer
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We have a new beauty queen, while things are heating up for us to have some 'Fun In The Son'.


CAPTION: Lisa Hanna (second left), minister of youth and culture, meets with members of Grand Jamaica Homecoming in Toronto, Canada, recently. From left are Joan Young Davis, Jamaica 50th secretariat; Seth George Ramocan, consul general of Jamaica to Toronto; Donette Chin-Loy Chang, president, Jamaica Homecoming Canada; Antoinette Spooner, vice-president, Grand Jamaica Homecoming; and Robert Kerr, regional manager, Jamaica Promotions Corporation. - Contributed