Daily Archives: 02/26/2013



Our Phones – Wireless
Cooking – Fireless
Cars – Keyless
Food – Fatless
Tires – Tubeless
Dress – Sleeveless
Youth – Jobless
Leaders – Shameless
Relationships – Meaningless 
Attitude – Careless   Continue reading

MASH 2013 – Digicel dominates Mash float parade

Digicel dominates Mash float parade

February 26, 2013 by  – GINA
Following Saturday’s Mashramani float parade which saw a total of 30 bands competing under the theme “Reflecting Creativity, Embracing Diversity’s, the Ministry of Culture Youth and Sport announced the results this evening.
The Banks DIH individual float which earned them Queen.

The Banks DIH individual float which earned them Queen.

The parade was a huge success as bands competed in the following category; costume and band parade-individual (king and queen, male and female), full and semi costume (large, medium and small), floats (commercial and non-commercial) and regional (full costume and individual) with depictions keeping in line with the theme.         Continue reading

Mashramani 2013. Guyana’s Carnival – Bryan Max photos

Mashramani 2013. Guyana’s Carnival

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Botlahle: SA Got Talent 2012- The Madiba (Nelson Mandela) Poem – video

Poetry Inspiration – by an 11 year old South African girl:

Botlahle Boikanyo – An 11 year old girl delivers a breathtaking performance on South Africa Got Talent in honor of the legacy of the Madiba, Nelson Mandela.

This is one of her performances for selection to the finals, which she won.

Botlahle: SA Got Talent 2012-The Madiba  Poem

Also check out her other performances at:

Botlahle – Winner Of South Africa’s Talent 2012 – 2 videos

Guyana launches Diaspora project in Washington

Guyana launches Diaspora project in Washington

February 25, 2013 – WASHINGTON, USA (GINA) —

Guyana’s Minister of Foreign Affairs, Carolyn Rodrigues-Birkett, on Friday evening launched the Guyana Diaspora Project (GUYD) at the Embassy of Guyana in Washington, DC, a project designed to compile data about the resources, skills and level of interest which is available in the Guyanese Diaspora.

Persons and organisations who wish to assist in Guyana’s development can submit their information online through a dedicated website or by way of social media. The information obtained would allow for skill sets and resources which are available in the Diaspora to be matched and channelled toward development needs in Guyana.    Continue reading

Grammy tribute to Bob Marley – “Legend” sales soaring – videos

Could you be loved (Bob Marley Tribute) Grammy Awards 2013

Grammy tribute to Bob Marley – “Legend”sales up

KINGSTON, Jamaica, Monday February 25, 2013 – The detractors who panned the tribute to legendary Jamaican reggae star Bob Marley at the 55th Annual Grammy Awards on February 10 now have another reason to wipe the egg off their critical faces.   Just one week after the “Could You Be Loved” tribute rocked the Grammys, “Legend”, the 1984 Best of Bob Marley album, sold over 20,000 copies.   [listen to LEGEND album below]

Quite apart from the response it generated at Los An]eles’ Staples Centre – with the audience of celebrities on its feet, many jamming throughout the set – the collaboration by the iconic musician’s sons Ziggy and Damian “Junior Gong” Marley, Barbados’ six-time Grammy award-winner Rihanna, Bruno Mars and Sting has refocused attention on the music and message of the undisputed king of reggae, who died from cancer at age 36 in 1981.      [Read more]

Bob Marley LEGEND Album – complete .. Continue reading

Cricket: Sarwan ushers West Indies to series victory vs Zimbabwe

Sarwan ushers West Indies to series victory

Ramnaresh Sarwan

Ramnaresh Sarwan

February 25, 2013 – Caribbean News Now

ST GEORGE’S, Grenada — Stroke-maker Ramnaresh Sarwan put to rest lingering fears about his future by crafting his first international century in nearly three years, as West Indies coasted to a an easy seven-wicket victory over Zimbabwe to take an unbeatable 2-0 lead in the three-match one-day series here Sunday.

The 32-year-old, in an unfamiliar role of opener, finished unbeaten on 120 to carry West Indies to their target of 274 off 49 overs at the National Stadium.    Continue reading

Barbadian Migration to British Guiana,1840-1960 – by Frederick Alleyne

This entry was inserted a year ago on February 29, 2012. We have re-blogged it for those who have not seen it. Quite interesting!!!

Guyanese Online

UWI Cave Hill, Barbados – HISTORY FORUM

 on Friday, March 2nd at 4:30 pm

in the New Bruce St. John Room  [located in the Humanities Quadrangle]

 Mr. Frederick Alleyne  will present a paper entitled:

“Barbadian Migration to British Guiana,1840-1960: The Search for ‘El Dorado'”


Guyanese migration to Barbados and other Caribbean territories in the 20th century is now the subject of much debate but the reverse was the case in colonial times when British Guiana was the destination of thousands of Barbadian and West Indian workers. The debate on migration during the 19th century on the issues of national economic development of the countries that sent the migrant and those that received them are not that different from the present discussion. In a recent speech to the local Chamber of Commerce Hon Mia Amor Mottley, M.P former Leader of the Opposition, Barbados Labour Party, stressed the potential…

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