TEENAGE

True Blues win again

Jamaica College captain Junior
Flemmings (centre) holds the Manning
Cup aloft after it was presented to
him by LIME’s vice-president of
marketing Carlo Redwood when the
Old Hope Road-based school defeated
Charlie Smith High 2-1 in the final of
the ISSA/LIME Manning Cup at the
National Stadium on Saturday. Also
pictured are other members of the
victorious team, Burger King
representative Sabrena McDonald
Radcliffe and Bigga representative
Chieftin Campbell.
(PHOTOS: NAPHTALI JUNIOR)

THE boys from Old Hope Road, Jamaica College (JC), cemented their dominance in schoolboy football on Saturday as they edged Charlie Smith to retain the ISSA/LIME Manning Cup title. Charlie Smith had defeated high-flying Wolmer's Boys 1-0 on their way to the finals, while Jamaica College stunned Cam ... Read More

JCDC Executive Director Delroy Gordon (2nd right) and NYS Executive Director Melvin Smith (right) in conversation with Events Production Assistants Tyrone Watts (left), Sashawn Allwood (2nd left) and Adidjah Clarke. Second chances for youths
WHEN the Jamaica Cultural Development Commission (JCDC) and the National Youth Service (NYS) initiat ... Read More

Oraine CHAMBERS and Santena
JUMPP Should the age of consent be raised?
There have been talks in Parliament these last few days to have the age of consent lifted to 18 in J ... Read More

Eleven year-old Stephen Clunis makes a
strong finish to win the Smart Egg Kids K
at UWI Mona Bowl on Sunday, November
16. The event was held as part of the CB
Group UWI 5K to raise funds for the
university’s scholarship initiative and to
purchase equipment for the Dialysis Unit
at the University Hospital of the West
Indies. Smart Egg Kids K crowns first official champion
STEPHEN Clunis made racing history as the winner of the first officially timed children's road race ... Read More

Grizzlies, Lakers surprise

Tuesday, November 25, 2014    

Washington Wizards guard
John Wall drives to the
basket as Cleveland Cavaliers
guard Kyrie Irving, defends, in
the second half of an NBA
basketball game on Friday,
November 21, 2014, in
Washington. The Wizards
won 91-78. (PHOTOS: AP)

HE LA Lakers (3-10) surprised fans and basketball watchers everywhere this week by winning two games in a row, while the Memphis Grizzlies (11-2) continue to top the conference. The Lakers were soon back to their old ways, however, getting routed 140-106 by the Dallas Mavericks (10-4). Before that, however, Kobe Bryant became the fourth player ever to score 32,000 NBA points in their 114-109 win over the Atlanta Hawks before eclipsing Mavericks neighbours, the Houston Rockets (10-3) 98-92. The ... Read More

Another Jamaican Voice

Tuesday, November 25, 2014    

I-Octane posted this photo of
himself and Gaza Slim on
Instagram that reignited
rumours that they were dating.

Another Jamaican seems to be setting the US singing competition The Voice on fire with her talent. The Jamaican-born singer Anita Antoinette Fearon has been performing well throughout the competition and her last performance of Bob Marley's Redemption Song is now at number one on the iTunes Reggae top 100 chart. Anita Antoinette Fearon has been getting a lot of attention from Jamaicans, especially residents of Duhaney Park in Kingston which is where she grew up before leaving for the US. This ... Read More

YVA premieres Mokingjay

Tuesday, November 25, 2014    

Season 4 winner of KFC ON
THE VERGE is Dejou (left) with
CEO of YVA Karen Clarke
(second left); artiste Eva Hype
(second right) and Pepsi brand
manager Carla Hollingsworth
on the YVA’s red carpet

ON Saturday November 22, 2014 teenAGE got a chance to view the premiere of the part one of the end of the The Hunger Games trilogy: Mockingjay At Carib 5. The red carpet event was star-studded with Stacious and Ce'Cile in attendance just to name a few. Upon entering the theatre patrons were given complimentary popcorn chicken and beverages as well as candy. Before the start of the movie there was a little session to heighten the excitement and vibes in the theatre. The previews involved quite ... Read More

Business leaders impressed by student entrepreneurs

Tuesday, November 25, 2014    

Donna Duncan stands outside the
JMMB office.

Over 30 business leaders were in awe after students presented their business plans and operations to them at the Junior Achievement Company of Entrepreneurs (JACE) Annual General Meeting (AGM) held recently at the Jamaica Conference Centre in Kingston. The business leaders were adjudicating the presentations of 41 student companies participating in the 2014-2015 JACE programme. Donna Duncan-Scott of Jamaica Money Market Brokers sat on one of the judging panels and was impressed by the level of ... Read More

Bad Apple to save the bunch

Tuesday, November 25, 2014    

A scene from Bad Apple

Bad Apple is expected to target numerous high schools in and around the corporate area this week. The play was run in May of this year, but the demand for, and response to the play was so great that writer and producer, Fabian Barracks, decided to showcase another short series of performances this month. The production starts showing today, Tuesday November 25, and runs until Friday of this week. It is being shown at the Theatre Place in New Kingston. Though anyone can attend the production, s ... Read More

Nightie night

Tuesday, November 25, 2014    

Nightie
night

SLEEP take splace when the body and mind are inactive and relaxed. Oftentimes, teens do not get enough sleep due to getting assignments done and studying. When enough sleep is not received it affects your ability to function in class because your basically tired and weary. If you have taken keen observation of your pattern, when you do not get enough sleep you may realise that you feel moody, look different, and/or perform poorly at school. Here are some facts about sleep that will prove that ... Read More

The one blazer effect

Tuesday, November 25, 2014    

WE took you through the different ways of mixing your old clothing with the new to create the perfect look. The models showed how to mix natural with bold colors, transforming a pants into a shorts and pairing similar colours with the right shoe and accessories. This week we bring to you something new and fresh. Everyone, should own a blazer. If not, you are really are missing out -- style wise. This piece of clothing is very durable and can be used to finish any look. So, this week in our ... Read More

Beach Buggy Racing

Tuesday, November 25, 2014    

THE recent launch of the 4.2 star rating game, Beach Buggy Racing, has taken the gaming industry by storm. The racing-cart game was developed and published by Vector Unit INC and is available on three major markets; Google playstore, Apple's appstore and the Windows store. The game has already seen over 15 million downloads and has been given user reviews such as "it's an amazing game" and "can't live without". It seems to be inspired by the famous Mario Cart Driving game and offers eight in ... Read More

Bryant puts up a shot

Tuesday, November 25, 2014    

Los Angeles Lakers guard Kobe
Bryant puts up a shot as former Laker
Shaquille O’Neal (lower right) looks
on during the first-half of an NBA
basketball game on Sunday,
November 16, 2014, in Los Angeles.

5. Despite a bad loss to the Raptors this week, LeBron James showed off his sick handles, selling Kyle Lowry on the hesitation before going behind the back and penetrating to dish to Anderson Varejao for the lay-up. 4. Six-foot-three guard Reggie Jackson used the screen by Steven Adams to get inside and cut through the Brooklyn Nets' half-court set before going right up over Brook Lopez for the stuff as Kevin Garnett also collapsed in to try and stop the shot. 3. A recognition for simple baske ... Read More

Around the Entertainment Globe

Tuesday, November 25, 2014    

A scene from Hunger Games Mockingjay Part 1

5. Blank Space is hot on the charts. The song has made Taylor Swift the first woman to have one hit succeeded by another at number one on Billboard. This happened when Blank Space took the top spot from Shake It Off, which was released prior to the album. Both songs come from her latest album 1989, which was released a few weeks ago. 4. Bill Cosby, despite his mounting sexual assault accusations, performed his one-man show in Florida last week Friday. He is still silent on the accusations for ... Read More



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