Entertainment Diary TUESDAY, April 19

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April 19, 2016
Contributed This model hairstyle depicted various notes and coins during the JN Fantasy Challenge round of the JN Small Business Loans Barber and Beauty Battle at the National Indoor Sports Centre recently. The JNSBL Barber and Beauty Battle was first held last year as a way of highlighting the talent that exists within Jamaica's Beauty industry. The makeup artist and nail technician categories were added this year.

HOTPICKS

FRIDAY, April 22

Kingston & St Andrew

This and every Friday, NK Deli and Salsa Society of Jamaica present Pre-Game Fridays, 2-4-1 Happy Hour at New Kingston Conference Centre (upstairs New Kingston Business Centre). Free salsa classes at

6 p.m. Latin dancing continues until 10 p.m. Music by DJ Drizzy Dre & DJ Chan. Telephone: 754-8714.

This and every Friday, Jackpot Sports Bar presents Come Drink With Me, 42 Giltress Street, Rollington Town, Kingston 2. Every Friday and Saturday, reduced prices on all drinks, lots of giveaways, and free tokens to play slots.

Duran Skeng and the Idlers Family present Brown Bottles Part 9, at Charlie Smith High School, Ninth Street, Arnett Gardens. Music by Stone Love. Lots of giveaways for the ladies, including cash, Victoria's Secret sets, and MK bags.

Kingston Central Police Youth Club presents A Nite of Niceness, starting at 4 p.m. at Central Police Station, East Queen Street. Music by Stone Love, with Wee Pow and the crew.

Alex, Klayvon, and Dougie present Fish Fry and After-Party at 2B Shortwood Road. Menu includes escovitch fish, steamed fish, roasted fish, jerked pork jerked chicken curried goat served with potato salad, steamed and fried bammy, rice and peas, and steamed and raw vegetables. Tickets $1,000. Delivery available in Kingston and Portmore. Delivery time:11 a.m. Contact 592-2149, 356-813, 864-1374.

Clarendon

Team Young Gennaz and Bomba Squad present Animal Instincts: Marina and Converse Edition at Tunnel Nightclub, Hayes, New Town. Music by C4 Bomba, Kevin Fameus, Tripple C and Flavaz International.

SUNDAY, April 24

Kingston & St Andrew

St Luke's Church presents the third staging of its annual concert Reggage Jazz and Blues Gospel Act 111, at the Jamaica College Auditorium, starting at 5 p.m. Featuring Kevin Downswell and his band, reggae gospel performer Gem Myers, jazz pianist Seretse Small, Harold Davis, Grace Jervis, and Mary, Issacs. Admission $2,000. All proceeds go towards outreach projects.

RasTakura presents the sixth staging of Dispoem, Wordz & Agro Festival, in honour of the founder of dub poetry, Oku Onuora. Venue: Students Pavillion, The College of Agriculture, Science and Education, Portland. Patrons are asked to bring organic heirloom traditional seeds to participate in the Seed Fi Seeds Exchange. Admission: free. Donations accepted at the gate.

THURSDAY, April 28

Sherlene and Tavia present a birthday bash called Young, Hot and Sweet at Sherlene's Place, Torrington Lane, Torrington Bridge. Music by Klassic Klymax, with DJ Snow, Glen Stinger, Jiggy Marley, SNR Daley, Welton Irie.

FRIDAY, April 29

St Ann

Dain and Jellete present Mother's Love a Di Greatest, at Miss P HQ, Stepney District, St Ann. Music by Mark Movements. Special guest DJ from America. Guest artistes will be performing. Admission: free. Food and soup also free.

Kingston and St Andrew

BOOM presents Allman Town's Sixth Annual Jamboree at Sabina Park. Featuring Demarco, Devin Di Dakta, Razor B, Bugle, Jahmiel, Gully Bop, Gage, Max Element, Shawn Ice, Nesbeth, Maestro Don, and many more. Music by Soul Kome Movement. Selectors Fire British, Rhyme Up, and Joe Bling. MC: Nuffy. Admission: buy a boom.

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