ST CATHERINE, Jamaica – Cops assigned to the Linstead Police station in St Catherine say they seized a firearm and several rounds of ammunition in the town on Thursday.
Reports are that between 11:00 am and 4:00 pm police personnel conducted operations in the Clarkes area of the town, During the process an unfinishe ...more »
The now habitual sounds of jazz and acoustic reggae music were heard
Monday last at the Macau Gaming Lounge & Bar from the Appleton V/Xsponsored
Live and Revive concert. Saturday Social was on the deck along
with fans of singer/songwriter Sezi and guitarist Jason Lee Worton, both of
whom delivered passionate presentations.
We share highlights.
Guitarist Jason Lee Worton snapped with supportive girlfriend
Racquel d'Cambre moments before his performance at Live
Off duty and out for a night on the town at Live & Revive were volunteers from the Canadian
organisation Students Crossing Borders (from left), Tina Quach, Bernadette Summers, Delia
Panameno and Marsha Barrett.
Definitely in high spirits, volunteers of Students Crossing Borders (from left), Jennifer Brown,
Janice Lee, Terry Wilson, Michelle Pegler and Sarah McEwen greeted our lens ahead of
indulging in Appleton V/X cocktails.
Sarah 'Sezi' Silvera
was trendy in
floral ahead of
Appleton V/X Live
and Revive stage.
Local coordinator of Students Crossing
Borders Junior Rowe, flanked by coleaders
Terry Kelly (left) and Lisa Shortall,
whom we spotted at Macau Monday last,
were only too happy to say hello to Page 2.
Hostess at Macau Chantel Clarke struck a chic note
in her ensemble at the jazzy Monday night event.
Music lovers and friends Kimone Myers (left), Nicholas Ashton
and Melissa Massey anxiously awaited the start of the show.
Rachelle Gayle was
flirty in blue for the
Live and Revive concert.
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