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Scenes from the social world in and around Kingston Jamaica.

Desmond Steele (left) watches bemused as Jaki Johnson provides spontaneous backup vocals for Tanya Stephens' live performance at Christophers on April 24. We're sure Tanya appreciated the support, Jaki!
"Who does not love wine, women and song, remains a fool his whole life long". As they raise a toast to Tanya Stephens' performance at Christophers, (from left) Antoinette Pinnock, Charlette Chantiloupe and Martina Moyston bring credence to the classic verse.
Chris Martin (left) provides a night to remember for one fan, with this up-close-and-personal serenade at the launch party for his new single "Have a Girl" at Christophers last Thursday.
Awww! Daynia Morgan and Tameka Blake made our day with a matching pair of infectious smiles at the launch of 'Laas Fridays', a new monthly after-work lyme held at the courtyard of Starapples Restaurant on April 30. We foresee a bright future for these two in toothpaste commercials!
All you single ladies now know where to find the good-looking guys! Rojah Thomas (left) greets old friends at 'Laas Fridays'.
You know that deep feeling of "aaaahhhhh" when someone treats you with a backrub after a long work day? Well, this is the accompanying facial expression! Though she appears to have temporarily lost motor control of one eye, Christina Loague has no complaints about the complimentary massages offered to patrons at the new month-end after-work "chill-out" 'OverTime'.
Who can resist a lady in red? We caught these two 'mid-peck' at 'Overtime' held at Mango Ranch on Friday.
Bathed in electric blue from the overhead strobes, these ladies celebrate the return of 'The Fantastic Mega-Club YUSH' to the National Indoor Sports Centre last Saturday.
The brains, beauty and brawn behind the 'YUSH' party spectacular, (from left) Scott Dunn, Carrie 'Quizz' Sigurdson and Phillip 'P.P." Palmer.
Showing off one of her favourite accessories, N'Gina Thompson is perfectly chic at 'YUSH'.
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