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SOMETHING EXTRA

Published:Tuesday | October 23, 2012 | 12:00 AM
Restaurant Week Ambassador Kerry-Ann Clarke is beaming as she receives a Restaurant Week token from event conceptualiser Stephanie Scott, highlighting the restaurant where she will be dining come November 9-17. - NORMAN GRINDLEY/CHIEF PHOTOGRAPHER
Restaurant Week Ambassador Oliver Samuels enjoys the company of Red Bones Blues Café Manager Enola Williams during his RW experience at the Argyle Road eatery last Friday. - WINSTON SILL/FREELANCE PHOTOGRAPHER
Earl Hamilton, director of St Catherine Co-operative Credit Union, chats with Knakera Spence of The Richard Rhone Bursary Award at the St Catherine Co-operative Credit Union 35th Anniversary Scholarship and Bursary Awards Ceremony last Friday. - Rudolph Brown/Photographer
The Most Hon Edward Seaga lauched the Reggae Golden Jubilee CD at The Jamaica Pegasus hotel in New Kingston last Friday. Suzanne McManus (left), Paula Kerr-Jarrett (centre), Carla Seaga (right), and Gabrielle Seaga share lens time. - Winston Sill/Freelance Photographer
Lady Saw (left) and Saleem Lazarus grace our lens.
Here are Joe Ferreira (left) and Lili Cruz at the CD launch.
It seems like Harold Brady (left) and Opposition Leader Andrew Holness are having a fashion face-off at the launch of Edward Seaga's Reggae Golden Jubilee CD at The Jamaica Pegasus hotel when they were caught wearing the same shirt in different colours.
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Restaurant Week continues to be the most talked-about event on the social circuit and we continue to share highlights with our ambassadors making the rounds at the Epicurean and Delectable restaurants across the island.

Former Prime Minister The Most Honourable Edward Seaga launched Reggae Golden Jubilee CD at The Jamaica Pegasus and the St Catherine Co-operative Credit Union hosted their 35th Anniversary Scholarship and Bursary Awards.