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Title: Panache Jamaica (PJM magazine)
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Language: English
Publisher: Tricia Williamson
Place of Publication: Kingston, Jamaica
Publication Date: September-October 2009
Copyright Date: 2009
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for "bloody clothe".
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menstruation and the reproductive
supremacy of women. It expresses
the aggravation one experiences
at not being able to pursue sexual
intercourse. CLAATS OF JAMAICA
refreshingly explores the artful
interpretation and expression of
"said" taboo Jamaican cuss words.
Available at www.pussycloth.com


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With Organic Crispy
Eggplant, Arugula and Cherry
Tomatoes.......100 % Jamaica.
Eveything in this was grown
and produced with in 50 miles of my home
in Kingston Jamaica"
.....................................M eet SARA MAIII
Sara Mair started her culinary career at
Johnson and Wales University.

She was offered a position on Bravos Top
Chef which she accepted and placed in the
top five.

Finally back in Jamaica she is pursuing
her cheese line "Cheese Girl". She has also
partnered with Tanya Taylor to produce
"The Local Gourmet" which is going to be a
local cooking show.
Email her at chefmair@hotmail.com


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first disposable camera and from
there my love and dedication
or photography, has swooped
me into a world of fashion,
celebrities, weddings and portraiture.

Having studied at The Art Institute of Fort
Lauderdale, I received my Associate of
Science degree in photography in 2004. I
was exposed to all aspects of the field, both
commercial and fine art.

After working in the States at a portrait
studio and publishing company. I decided to
move back to my home, Jamaica, to be one
of the best in the business :) Little by little I
am accomplishing these dreams and goals I
aspire towards.

Who knew I could make a living by doing
what I love!

Cheers!

TIFFANY LUE-YEN specializing in wedding,
portraiture, fashion and commercial
photography.
Available at www.tluephoto.com


their it's creating and
Ailing gold records, hosting
world famous celebrities,
creative artists and Presidents
at Goldeneye, or introducing
the world's first BLACK GOLD rum, Chris
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I attended Ryerson University in Toronto Canada and completed a
four-year program where I obtained a B.A in Fashion Design. All
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Editor-in-Chief
TRICIA WILLIAMSON

Photography
TRICIA WILLIAMSON, DEAN CLARKE, ANDY JONES,
SUKI MACDONALD

Design & Layout
TRICIA WILLIAMSON


Contributing Photos & Text
CHARL BAKER, SUKI MACDONALD, DOUWE EGBERTS,
TIFFANY LUE-YEN, REVE JEWELLERY, CLAATS OF
JAMAICA, SARA MAIR, BLACK GOLD, PAUL MARCH,
PCF, ITAL BLENDS, AVEDA, VP RECORDS, DIAMONDS
INTERNATIONAL, REGGAE MARATHON, PULSE
INVESTMENTS, SOKA, POSHE, ALI LUE, WALK GOOD,
KURVITY, TRUDI-ANN HERDSMAN, ECO-SMART,
PATRICE DA COSTA, JIN PATISSERIE, JASON TIMOTHY,
THE CLOTH, ANDRE COWAN, NICHOLAS MCKOY,
JAMAICAN YAAD STYLE, JORDU, BEYOND JEWELLERY,
ALIA MICHELE HART 'N ITRIS.


Office Location
237 OLD HOPE ROAD,
KINGSTON, JAMAICA
TEL: 876-448-4565
FAX: 876-749-7061


For marketing, advertising and other enquiries, contact:
editor@panachejamagazine.com


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EAUTY ANSWERS TO THE

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BEAUTY TIPS FROM PAUL...

1. THE SPACE BETWEEN YOUR BROWS
MUST NEVER BE WIDER THAN THE
LENGTH OF YOUR EYES. THE LENGTH
OF THE EYE IS MEASURE FROM INNER
CORNER TO OUTER CORNER.

2.USE MOISTURIZER BEFORE YOU
APPLY YOUR FOUNDATION CAUSE IT
GOES ON BETTER.

3.IF YOU HAVE FULL LIPS DON'T USE
BRIGHT COLOURS ON THEM THEY
WILL APPEAR BIGGER.

4.ALWAYS BLEND YOUR EYE
SHADOWS SO THEY FADE INTO EACH
OTHER.

5. AFTER YOU APPLY YOUR
FOUNDATION BE SURE TO USE A
TRANSLUCENT POWDER OVER IT SO
TO SET YOUR FOUNDATION AND IT
WILL LAST LONGER.

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THE SOPY CARE ARTISANS


How it all began
We are a small company in size but big in heart and
intention. Ital Blends was born after its founder,
Michelle Yap-McKay, worked in the corporate world for
over 20 years. "I kept feeling like something was missing
from my life, like there was something out there for me
to accomplish, something to call my very own", says
Michelle. "I was always drawn to the natural, simple way
of life, alternative therapy, yoga, self exploration etc.,
and realized that on our small island, the choices for
natural soaps and body care products that were locally
made was very limited". After many years of research,
trials, recipes etc., Ital Blends became more than just a
dream. Michelle's mother Sandra (who, by the way was
her main soldier) fell in the production line, and they
were in business. Ital Blends now employs from the
area, even the craftsmen for their bamboo and calabash
soap dish are from the area.

The wondrous benefits of goats' milk
Realizing the absolutely wondrous benefits of goats'
milk through many discussions with her alternative
practitioner, Michelle got fascinated and felt a burning
in her soul to learn more about this miraculous
ingredient. She made many gifts for her friends and
family and everyone absolutely loved it! Reports poured
in about how wonderful their skin felt, with signs of
eczema disappearing after only a week of using their
soap, Michelle felt complete.


Our Products
Ital Blends products are made in the picturesque
Jamaican hills of St. Andrew's Irish Town, which forms
a part of the Blue Mountains. With its spectacular views
and completely surrounded by nature, this piece of
paradise provides the staff of Ital Blends with loads of
inspiration for their natural creations. With each and
every batch that's made, prayers, blessings and positive
intentions are an integral part of their process, and
indeed their success.

Ital Blends products are offered in four (4) series, namely:
Pure Niceness (colour coded in Green)
Lively Up Yu Self (colour coded in Red)
Cease & Settle (colour coded in Gold)
BeeniBit (aluminum p 'id. j.-in. I

Their product line encompasses:
Handcrafted Goats Milk Soaps
Goats Milk Body Lotions
Goats Milk Body Shampoo (liquid soap)
Rejuvenating Body Polish
Massage, Body & Bath Oils
Hydrating Body Mists
Bath Salts (coming soon)
Wedding Souvenirs
Gift Baskets
Hotel amenities

Why the name and choice of packaging?
Michelle happily states, "the answer is simple, love for
our country, its people and our language..."

Ital Blends may be a small (but growing in strength and
stride) company, but it felt that an important part of their
products was the "clothing" they would wear... Michelle
felt it was very important that the products reflect what
was put into each and every one of them love, elegance
and passion! "We ended up with an end product we are
very proud to label MADE IN JAMAICA".

Ital Blends Philosophy
Love and honor our God, respect the earth and what it
offers; it's people, but mostly, respect you. Speak and
live the truth, always.

Visit their website and engage your senses -
www.italblends.com or email info@italblends.com
| Tel: 876-654-6310 or 876-944-8000.


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Well, Jah Inow, we give thanks to all well wishers and to those who support the
music. I am not here to be a prophet or a prince, but if that's how Johnny feels that big
up to Johnny we appreciate the vibes and words of encouragement. We are about the
music, and time will tell.
To be honest, I'm really interested in being a Prince or King of music labels and the
[tussle] of who is better than who. I'm just doing my thing and making music. I don't
compete with musicians, I love all artistes.

What was it like performing at Reggae Sumfest this year?
That was good! Being home and representing on such an international platform;
I really enjoyed it, it was very good. Plus with the launch of Contagious, it was jut nice.

One this album you worked with Dean Fraser again, is there any artistes you'd
like to collaborate with in the future?
Well in addition there are a lot of other good producers on this as well and that's
what's really made this album so different.

So you would say this album is fully loaded....you good?
Well, yes I like it and I wouldn't give anything I didn't like. But you can also go out
and get it and be the judge.

Are there any awards you'd like to win for Contagious?
Well, I'm not really into the whole awards thing....we're into the music. The awards
are nice and pretty to look at and they encourage you; but we never really made music
for that. Award this and award that, because maybe you hear it and don't like it, but
that doesn't mean its not good music. People will have their opinions and can say what
they want.
You put your nice clothes for the red carpet....all of that is great. But for me, there
are bigger things like the music and how it makes people feel. And that's why I love
performing live and delivering that vibez to the audience.

So what do your parents think about the album?
Well my mother and father support it fully, especially my mother she was always
pushing me in the early stages and my father is brethren- nothing has changed. They
love the work I am doing and that's good. And remember to always honour your mother
and father....you'll live longer.

How do you feel about people who bootleg or illegally download your music?
Well they are cutting the musician's foot short and robbing my livelihood from
me all in one go. I am a man who buys music and yes, we understand that people are
going to want things from time to time and they are going to do it[bootleg/ download
illegally] but people just need to be considerate that this is our work.... and how we
survive. Would you want someone doing that to you?

Yes, we agree, so tell us what albums are you listening to now?
Who am I listening to now? Well I think you need to ask who it is I am not listening
to (laughs).






Konshens, Chino and Ifrica are just a few. It's not just about one artiste at one time....I Wayne...Sizzla .....its a
different mood. Now if you want some foreign music, I listen Amy Whinehouse and some Jazmine Sullivan-
who was at Reggae Sumfest as well.

. I 'Well our magazine targets Caribbean women and we have a readership of over 35,000, when they're
listening to Contagious and hear Start Anew and Good Girl Gone Bad what do you want them to take away
from that?
Well I want them to listen to the song. Take for instance Start Anew......well do that start anew! When
you're in a position or a relationship where you are destroying yourself- start anew.
No man is perfect. I, Tarrus Riley am not a prophet or a priest, I am not perfect. Yet still we do not want
anyone in a destructive vibes or situation.
Good Girl Gone Bad approaches the same way as well by reaching out to young girls. Just trying to get across
- don't grow up too fast.
My music is about making you think, its not bashing you, its encouraging you to use your brain and think.
You should Inow that Yendi and I did a campaign in schools- against domestic violence and all violence. We
went to the schools in the inner city, talking about self abuse and self- destruction, bleaching and sex...a lot of
topics that people are not talking to them about.

. I That's great! And really needs to be highlighted in the media, so we can do our part to get that
message out.
Well you Inow why I never highlighted it, because to me it wasn't a publicity stunt, it's something I did
from my heart. We never got any funding from anyone, that was all us.
Other artistes such as Bugle were also involved and took of their time to talk and reason with the youths
on these issues. And once that was done we performed and it was all for free, we didn't charge the youths
anything.
And that's just one of other things that we've done.

. So what will you be doing once you get bach home?
Well I'm going to rest and eat some good food and charge up myself.

. What you gonna eat when you get bach?
Well I eat to live, so I'll eat the ital apart from the fish out the water.

. So that's your favourite meal?
(laughs heartily) No, I don't have any favourite meal, I just eat, I just eat.....everything else good.

. ) Are you watch the race tomorrow with Usain?
Of course, I have to watch it!

. Who do you think is going to win?
(Laughs) Well, you done Inow already .... you done Inow... (Laughs)

Among the outstanding performances from Shelly-Ann Fraser, Melanie Walker, Kerron
Stewart, Aileen Bailey, Micheal Frater, Asafa Powell and many others-Usain Bolt later went
on to win the 100 metres and 200 meters in world record times of 9.58 and 19.19 respectively
at the World Championships in Berlin, Germany. The Jamaican team captured a total of 13
medals, placing second on the medal tally. M


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second City beauty-cum-
newly crowned Miss Jamaica
Universe Carolyn Yapp's eyes
brim with excitement as she
speaks of her prospects at
next month's pageant to be
staged at The Atlantis in the
Bahamas. Chilling with the
Jamaica Observer she shared her favourites...

What's your favourite cocktail?
A mango cosmopolitan.

What's in it?
Vodka, triple sec, mango puree and lime juice

Why do you love chilling at the Jewel of India?
The food is awesome; Roy is the best bartender...
I chill here with amazing company; this is where
my crew hangs out

In a sentence, who is Carolyn Yapp?
Carolyn Yapp is a simple girl from Montego Bay
with big dreams; I always try to do anything that
will improve my life experiences.

Socialite or homebody?
I was a homebody for a while, even though I
love hanging out with m friends and meeting
new people. I just moved to Kingston and my
friends are trying to introduce me to people, so
I've been a lot more social lately.

What's one thing people would be surprised to
know?
That I'm really goofy and down-to-earth.

What's in your handbag?
My BlackBerries (Pearl and Javelin), my Prada
purse, Chanel compact, my make-up bag and
Miss Jamaica sash.

Flats or stilettos?
Stilettos...for sure, at least four inches. But it
depends on the mood I'm in because I'm a big
fan of Tory Burch flats.

What's your style?
I've never really thought about that...I'm more
city-chic, I guess. I love wearing contemporary,
young designers and I love dresses...they're
more comfortable.


Who does your hair?
Lately I've been doing it myself, but when I do get
my hair done, I go to Josie on Phoenix Avenue...
she knows how my hair works.

A good book or TV?
A good movie on TV! I love movies.

What's your favourite movie?
Pride and Prejudice starring Keira Knightly...one
day I hope to find my "Mr. Darcy".

And what qualities should your Mr. Darcy have?
He should be understanding and honest, romantic
when he made needs to be; confident, and he
must be able to stimulate me intellectually and
know how to have a good time.

What's your idea of a perfect date?
A gorgeous man, a great bottle of wine and a
nice romantic dinner.

What's your latest obsession?
Tory Burch. I'll buy everything she makes.

What's in your car stereo?
Amy Winehouse's Back to Black, Buzz Cats I
and 2; Ultra Dance Hits, Bjork and Britney Spears'
Circus.

And 10 years from now?
Ten years from now I'll be 35. I hope to be married
and would have by then started my business in
interior design or beauty. M

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Their most recent diamond is
the Crown of Light, a 90 faceted
diamond specially patented for
them. DI is a must visit once you
touch down in the Caribbean.

On the corporate side, Diamonds
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Pack up the boots and synthetic socks, flip-flop season has officially arrived to stay ever fashionable
at our paradise island of Jamaica. To usher in summer, Ammars, in partnership with renowned
Brazilian sandal maker Havaianas and exclusive distributor for Caribbean Walk Good, is
transforming its Villaig Plaza KiliiNl n concept store into an urban beach oasis. Ammars is
inviting flip-flop lovers to stop by the store and cool their soles with classic, fashionable and
super comfortable summer footwear made of natural rubber. Opening by the end of July, the
Urban Beach Flip-Flip shopping experience will offer the latest Havaianas styles from collection
2009 in vibrant, bold colors and perfectly versatile neutrals. Always seeking new inspirations for
its flip-flops, Havaianas brings to the 2009 collection themes and dcsigi to please all audiences.

The women's collection approaches from the ethnic and exotic mood of India to the freshness
and gracefulness of the orga;ic floral extracts, going through the femininity and freedom of
the butterflies and birds. The metallic tones grant sophistication to the entire range. The great
highlight of the collection is the Havaianas Fit model. With a delicate adj ita1l lkc strap, Havaianas
Fit has the versatility and comfort to be used in all occasions from dawn to dusk.





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Kristy Choo
Executive Pastry Chef
Jin Patisserie

S. good to the last bite" is Pastry ChefKristy
.. Choo's mantra.Her drive to create
... ... .. p e .... wnew sweet sensations to challenge the
customer's taste buds pushes her to find
new and better ingredients. Often her
search takesher literally around the globe.

Her taste for travel emerged when at a young age she took a
.i. ................ . job as a flight attendant for ANA Airlines in Asia. Little did she
know that her journeys would lead to finding her true love and
...... awakening an insatiable curiosity for food. Choo describes her
discovery, "I started to see flying as a way to experience new
i .I foods and I was inspired to become a chef."

.......... 'Choo, a native of Singapore moved to San Francisco to
is :"...... I enroll in the California Culinary Academy. It was here where
S ... her affinity for desserts became apparent. After graduation
she returned home and worked in the pastry department at
S.... the prestigious Raffles Hotel, where on occasion she had the
S : privilege of working alongside visiting Michelin star chefs like
Joel Robuchon, Alain Ducasse, Gordon Ramsay and others and
L their teams of patissiers and chocolatiers. She left Raffles to
work at the French restaurant Les Amis to expand her pastry
making technique.

In 2001 she went to Berlin for the "Gourmet Summit" as the
S pastry chef on the three person team. After returning to Singapore
a colleague unexpectedly invited Choo to join Singapore's
national team for the prestigious international "Food & Hotel
.* b ."Asia" competition in April that year. Not considering herself a
master chocolatibre, she decided to test her abilities and rose to
*. meet the challenge of competing against formidable European
and Asian opponents. She trained every day for a month and a
half, often 14 hours or more a day, under the guidance of team
Manager and Executive Pastry Chef Kenny Kong of Singapore's
Swiss6tel, to master the learning curve, while inventing truly






original recipes. As the only pastry chef on the
team, not only did her hard work paid off but
she defeated the Swiss and German chocolatiers
in the competitive "Petit Fours" category. This
triumph led to being selected for the "Culinary
World Cup" held in Luxembourg in November
2002, competing against other international
teams.

Soon after that she moved with her husband
Kim Oh to Los Angeles. In 2003, Choo decided
to turn her passion into a reality and open
a patisserie. After months of research, she
selected a quaint house with a front yard on the
chic stretch of Venice's Abbot Kinney Blvd. Jin
Patisserie, a pastry boutique and Asianinspired
tea garden is set discreetly behind a high wall
and accented with a bubbling fountain, exotic
foliage, lounge chairs, tables, and benches. The
name "Jin" is a modified version of Choo's
middle name Gyan. Jin also means "gold" in
Mandarin and refers to four Chinese dynasties.
The patisserie has become the perfect canvas for
her artistic expression and affinity for design.
Choo personally designs everything from the
chocolate, cake flavors, location aesthetic, and
packaging.

Choo has continued winning awards by being
chosen the "Pastry Chef of the Year" in 2007
by Angeleno magazine; "Best of LA" in 2004
by Los Angeles Magazine"; "Best in Show"
2006 at the Next Generations Chocolatier
Competition; "Rising Star" in 2006 by Star
Chefs; "Pastry Chef of the Year" as well as the
"French Sterling Silver" award for the patisserie
in 2007 by Southern California Restaurant
Writers; and nominated in 2007 in the "Hot
Chocolate" category by the Food Network.

Whether brewing the perfect pot of tea, baking
delectable scones, or creating a new chocolate
flavor on a whim, Choo is making sure the last
bite is the best.

1202 Abbot Kinney Blvd. Venice, CA
www.jinpatisserie.com
contact: t. 310.399.8801 f310.399.8801



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It's September, summer is nearly over and
winter is slowly creeping up on us once again.
The days will soon be getting shorter and
we'll soon be waking up to moody blue skies
and leaving work in darkness. As the wintery
nights start drawing in, it's the perfect time to enjoy
some time at home. That isn't to say you can't indulge
and enjoy the finer things in life.

Throwing a dinner party is great way to catch up
with friends and show off your culinary skills. There
are no last orders at home so you can entertain till
the small hours. The smell of premium Roast and
Ground coffee filling the room will make you a
popular host. With the help of Douwe Egberts' new
Limited Edition coffees, Etienne's Signature blends,
you can treat your guests to a truly luxury coffee and
end the evening in style.


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CUP OF QUALITY

COFFEE THIS WINTER

Douwe Egberts have an unrivalled heritage in the coffee
world and over 250 years of experience in making truly
exceptional coffee. Blending smooth, delicious coffee is
an art that they have been perfecting since 1753. With the
help of their master blender, Etienne Moernaut, Douwe
Egberts bring you 3 exquisite Roast and Ground blends
to suit any occasion.

For seasoned dinner party goers and devoted coffee
lovers, the vintage blend is sure to whet your appetite with
its spicy finish. This vibrantly rich blend is bursting with
full-bodied tones to impress your guests. Crafted for you
to savour and enjoy, the Vintage Blend is an elegantly
strong and intense coffee experience.It's naturally bold
with depth and complexity giving you that full flavour
hit.

A smoother, less punchy, coffee is the Velvet blend;
perfect for a lazy Sunday afternoon after an indulgent
family roast. Etienne has used his expertise and
dedication to create something truly special with this
luxuriously smooth and velvety coffee. Velvet Blend
is an uncompromisingly vibrant and aromatic coffee.
Made with 100% Arabica beans, it has a delightful, nutty
depth and lingering malty undertones.


Suitable for all, and great for enjoying a prolonged
weekend brunch with your loved ones, is the softly
delicate Smoky blend. Blending subtle, mellow, mild
coffee is an acquired skill and Douwe Egberts have
triumphed with this strikingly smooth coffee, made with
a blend of the finest, hand selected beans.

So stop wishing the winter away, choose one of Etienne's
Signature Blends from Douwe Egberts and enjoy some
quality time with the people you love the most.


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Name: Jason Timothy
Age: 32
Location: Dominica
Occupation: Planning Engineer

How would you describe yourself in 5 words or less?
Hard working, ambitious, fun loving.

If you could change one thing about a woman what would it be?
I wouldn't change a thing! If I did it would no longer be a woman.

What do you love most about women?
Their God given natural beauty.


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Name: Andre Cowan
Age: 26
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OccupalloIi: Category Manager

Ho %o oui(l you describe yourself in
5 words or less?Confident, Ambitious,
Sc\.IJo\ lal and Blunt

F1I\ otilll1c mo\ le:
Taken ....It ho\vs passion, drive and
true Io\ e. qualities that i admire

What do youi love most about

Senilit\ It\. ability to feel and show
cminLion,. pa-Nionate, confident and
anibiliotu \cry attractive and sexy,
labhiona;ile and loves to dance, loves
to laugh. not a control freak

What has been the biggest
misconception about you?
I anim cock\

If yon were given $1,000 USD to plan
tile perfect w weekend, what would you
do?
All inclusive resort in Montego Bay or
Negril, Mystic mountain and the water
slide place[ Kool Runnings]





Name: Nicholas Mckoy
Age: 27
Location: Jamaica
Occupation: A Pulse model

How would you describe yourself in 5 words or
less.
Strong, energetic, virile, swift and BOLD

If you had $200 Jamaican dollars to save your
life and dying of hunger what would you buy
and eat?
I'd buy a Bun & Cheese and just call it a day.

What do you love most about women?
When they are independent and responsible.
Women that know and go for what they want
in life.

What has been the biggest misconception about
you?
The biggest misconception about me that
people have is that I dream alot. But in all
reality is ..... I'm a go getter.

If you were given $1,000 USD to plan the '
perfect weekend, what would you do?
It would b me and my girlfriend planning a A
picnic on the moon poppin' champagne. Lol



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company, Digicel, yesterday said it had complete
a deal to acquire the assets of the French phone
company, Orange Dominica Limited.....Lesson:
Three's a crowd, when battling LIME just buy on
the other competition and squeeze...lol


D'Roi Gayle, Alli Plummer and Christine Ellis like
this.

Mike Ricketts
n business "money talks "bull.... walks, that how the
big boys do dem ting, see it from day one, so it go, ife
runnings doahl!!.... bless





Kanye West is such an a** he's like a scratched CD keeps doing the same crap everytime an
need ft dash weh! Beyonce you are a class act and Taylor you deserved your moment and we love you!

Garth Kelly, Fabian Salesman, Audrian Golding and 5 others like this.

Stampede Lammie
nye a de boss

Paul Johnson
beg to second you on dat Panache,i think dat ratid bowyimbarass all black people, never fell so humilated
b 4...

licia Green
i second panache and paul-couldnt ave said it bettr ma self .shame caan dun!

Pauline Haylett
him is jus plain outa adda, jamaican style

Garth Kelly
never did like that fool to begin with...always craving attention,like a spoiled child .. hopefully his 2 minutes o
ame will soon be behind us

Shadaine Longmore
a waste boi dem deh im nuh even worth the amount a hype weh ppl a gi him.... sumbady need fi knock da pun
out cold fi a while






Rest in peace Trevor Rhone- playwright,
author, teacher, actor.....a giant in Jamaica's
cultural movement

Vee Soundclash, Aisha Thompson, Garth Kelly an
2 others like this.

Gillian Larmond
Rest in peace Sir Rhone, condolences to the family of
the late Trevor Rhone.

Wayne Patacer
4 true genius and great contributor to our Jamaican
irt world!.'.'

Donnamarie Lynch
I echo Wayne s comment... RIP V

Garth Kelly
ditto

Gillian Larmond
for real WFavne

Panache Jamaica
The harder they come, the harder they fall one and
ill......love that movie and song. Celebration of a
wonderfdl life


The Honourable Usain Bolt and Highway
2000 to be named Usain Bolt Highway......perfect
match

D'Roi Gayle and Benjamin Dumont like this.

Alexander William Delapenha
You do know that s gonna inspire everyone to drive
'aster on it, right?

Panache Jamaica
9h MJlliam, puss and dog don 't have the same luck...
nor do we all drive a $15 million dollar car...so please
dow your roll and buckle up everytime!

Garth Kelly
LOL

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