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First of all, let me take this time to apologize to the promoter as well as the person(s) responsible for having us cover this event for being terribly late and ultimately not being able to give a "full full" review (so many events, so little time). Now that that's out of the way, let's get to the review shall we?

Our Youth Voices Magazine, classy name, classy magazine, inspiring objective. Just as the name implies, this magazine and website is mainly for the voices of the youth. It portrays all our local youth's success, topics and issues and even interests. Now I know what you're thinking. "But there are so many other magazines and sites that claim to be all about the youths." Now I am not going to argue with that, but after browsing through some of the material in the magazine, there were some topics the other competitors seem to sweep under the rug.

Saturday 10th April 2010 Mr. David Massiah held the official launch of the magazine and website that would be now available for the public. The launch was held in the VIP Lounge of the Hasley Crawford Stadium. There was also a fashion show on display by some of the aspiring designers whose work and stories are displayed in the magazine. These designers were Deron Attz, Stacy Smith and finally, Lick Lashley. Unfortunately, arrived a tad too late so was only able to soak in Lick Lashley's designs. My bad.

Nevertheless there were beautiful models who really did the designers work justice. Looking forward to more projects that this group maybe bringing forward.

A special thanks to Mr. David Massiah for having us at his launch, and to Deron Attz for inviting us. All the best for in the future, and my fellow TJJ readers, be sure to grab a copy of the "Our Youth Voices" magazine.

Jokey Juice
... Salt N Pepper

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