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Scenes from the social world in and around Kingston Jamaica.

Representing the Faculty of Health & Applied Science, impressive formations like this lead the 'COBRAZ' to the win in UTECH's annual Inter-Faculty Cheerleading Competition.
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University of Technology students enthusiastically let their support for their favourite teams be heard at the UTECH Inter-Faculty Cheerleading Competition.
Now that's a winning smile! Marvin Lawrence takes no prisoners in his domino game at popular games night, 'Deuces Wild'.
Kim-Marie Spence (left) matches smiles with Charl Baker at 'No-Maddz Live'.
Sporting a new look, we caught singer Alaine (left) out with friend Akane, enjoying the show at 'No-Maddz Live'.
Billed as the first live recording of a Jamaican reggae album in the 21st century, 'No-Maddz Live' was a fusion of reggae, dub-poetry and soul by the up and coming group, that delighted all who attended the landmark show held Saturday at Finnegan's Winery.
With a name like 'Socamaloo', party-goers at the launch of the new Sunday series couldn't help but find their inner soca-junkie!
Ron Burke gives an appreciative eye to wife Donya, as they work the sandy dancefloor at 'Socamaloo'.
'Socamaloo' brought the beach to New Kingston, complete with sand, complimentary oysters, and a bungy-jumping trampoline, that caught the eye of Stephanie Lumley, assistant marketing manager of Rainforest Seafoods.
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