Jamaica Gleaner
Published: Sunday | November 11, 2012
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Oh, what a party!
Hitting the high notes of Gloria Gaynor's hit song, I Will Survive, cabaret singer Aisha Davis had sequinned and bejewelled women twisting and twirling on the dance floor of the Grand Ballroom of The Jamaica Pegasus hotel on Saturday night (November 3).

10 Things you didn't know about Pat Ramsay
Say the name Pat Ramsay in some circles and there's almost a reverential hush by those within earshot, as they silently pay homage to an outstanding Jamaican woman who has over the years given of herself and her expertise in helping to build an appreciation of and for art and the artists of the country.

Hedonistic delights
Luvs, it is to date, and unquestionably so, the most successful resort brand, with a loyal and dedicated following that spans its three decades-plus years of existence, and spawning new followers each and every day...That brand is Hedonism II, over there in fabulous Negril.

Fashion of the ball
Flattering couture was on display at the Jamaica Chamber of Commerce's Annual Charity Ball at The Jamaica Pegasus hotel. The evening dresses and ball gowns came in luxurious fabrics of varying colours and textures - from chiffon to velvet, to satin, taffeta and organza.

Caribbean's best on show
OCEAN Style, the Caribbean's premier authority on fashion and upscale living, celebrated its fifth year of excellence with the greatly anticipated return of the OCEAN Style Fashion Showcase last weekend in Montego Bay.

Father Files - Action flicks and flick of the wrist
A couple weeks ago (the week before Hurricane Sandy, actually), Yele and I were at home for most of Sunday and Monday. The ladies of the turf were all out and it was just us boys in the roost.

Doctor's Advice - She left me for a woman
Doctor, I am feeling real low, and the reason is this: my wife and I have been married for 11 years, and I thought we were happy. But the amazing thing is that she has just left me for another woman. I cannot believe this. I had no idea that she had lesbian tendencies.

Jazzy Jacqui Tyson - Serving up delectable food and fashion
The Gleaner is celebrating November as Food Month which kicks off with Restaurant Week. Throughout the month, we will feature everything food, including some personalities in the industry. Restaurateur Jacqui Tyson is one of the industry's creative minds.


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