Valentine’s Day is not just for wifey – men say side chicks get their time too | News

    It is the day before Valentine’s Day and some men are wondering how they are going to deal with their wife and their side chick at the same time. One vendor, Dywane Murray, said that he would give both his wife and girlfriend the same thing on Valentine’s Day. He added that for this to work, his girlfriend has to know his wife comes first. “Me woulda carry out the two a dem go the same place, but how me would a do it is tell me girlfriend…

J’can women eager to try vibrating panties | News

  Women who want to enjoy sexual stimulation in public without anyone knowing or just spice up their sex lives say they are desirous of owning vibrating panties. Last September, Jasmine Brown, the store manager of Aura Viibe in Portmore, told THE STAR they stock the C-string vibrating panties for $9,500 and the Oh Mi Bod vibrating panties for $19,500. “Some persons wear it to work. The call centre girls, who say that they have a stressful day, so they wear it and it has a remote control underwear so…

Cops hunt parents of abandoned baby | News

February 13, 2018 The police are asking the parents of a one-month-old baby who was abandoned in the bathroom of a fast-food restaurant last Saturday to come forward. According to the police’s Corporate Communications Unit (CCU), they are asking the parents or anyone who knows the parents to call the Old Harbour Police Station. THE STAR understands that last Saturday, a customer found the one-month-old baby in the KFC bathroom in Old Harbour, St Catherine. The police were summoned, and the child was taken to get medical attention. When THE…

My time to shine – Blake | Sports

Despite a modest start to his season, former World 100m champion Yohan Blake reiterated his determination to take up the reigns and fill the void left by the retirement of his former training partner Usain Bolt. Blake’s comment came after he ran 10.32 seconds to win his heat in the 100m at the Camperdown Classics on Saturday. “I want to take over this 100m. I should have taken over this 100m a long time ago, but circumstances caused me not to,” Blake said after the race. Blake finished fourth overall.…

Ramgeet dominates with Chief Cicatriz | Sports

PHOENIX, Arizona, (CMC): Veteran Jamaican rider Andrew Ramgeet piloted favourite Chief Cicatriz to another domination of the US$75,000 Phoenix Gold Cup over the weekend, as the five-year-old gelding successfully defended his title in the feature at Turf Paradise. Going six furlongs for the four-year-olds and upward, the hot 4-5 bet easily dealt with the early threat from 4-1 chance Chief Lion, to reach the wire 4-1/2 lengths clear in a quick time of one minute, 7.95 seconds. The victory followed last year’s triumph under Daniel Vergara when, as a four-year-old,…

MoBay photographer wants help to buy new cameras | News

Popular Montego Bay photographer Allan Lewin is depending on the goodwill of the public to assist him in buying new equipment Lewin has set about raising US$3,000 (approximately J$380,000) through the popular funding website, GoFundMe. The account has existed for nearly one month, but only US$70 (J$8,800) has been raised from two donors. “It’s my livelihood and I need the help, so I have asked my supporters for help all those, whether home or abroad, who know of my work over the years and [have seen] what I do,” Lewin,…

James continues great form | Sports

Tiffany James, former World Under 20 Championship 400m champion, continues her impressive start to the season, as she ran her fastest opener in the 400m at the Camperdown Classics on the weekend. James stopped the clock at 52.75 seconds, turning back a good field, which included the experienced Christine Day and 400m hurdles specialist Kaliese Spencer. “When I was in the marshalling area, I got lane one and I was feeling a little down and I reminded myself that ‘Tiffany, this is your year’, and I went out there and…

Take a chance with Phineas | Sports

A FINE gathering of talent, from four-year-olds to a battle-hardened nine-year-old, litters the Ash Wednesday Trophy at 1,300 metres, a distance which should ensure a truly run race among the principals. A quintet of the 14 runners declared last raced on January 27. Led by second-place PROLIFIC PRINCESS, they were all trampled by out-of-class ORPHEUS in the A. E. ‘Billy’ Williams Memorial at 1,400 metres, LOTTERY TICKET included. Another set of returnees, from the following week, are the stablemates RAS EMANUEL and PRINCESS EMANUELLE, who finished heads on for second…

Put your name on it – persons still getting ‘love tattoos’ | News

February 14 is tomorrow, and lovers are planning how to show their significant others how much they really mean to them. Some may go the clichÈ route and get flowers, roses and/or a card. But others may choose tattoos. Ryan Haye, who operates the Soul Raven Studio, told THE STAR that the inking of a lover’s name is a popular practice, especially around Valentine’s Day. “There is indeed a lot of partners coming to put on names. I’d say approximately 50 per cent of tattoos that I’ve done are names,”…

Petersfield’s Watson promises brilliant season | Sports

World Under-18 400m champion Antonio Watson of Petersfield High School says he intends to be unbeaten on the track this year. “My objective for this season is to win as many overall events as possible, including the Carifta Games, Champs and later down in the year, World Youths,” he said. Watson was the recipient of the Gleaner/Youthlink Award for Boys at the 40th staging of the Milo Western Relays. The relays took place at the Montego Bay Sports Complex in Catherine Hall, St James. Kevona Davis of Edwin Allen High…