Daily Archives: 04/14/2013

Community Gardening: Transforming Urban Food Deserts into Food Forests

Rosaliene… Thanks for mentioning the entries on Guyanese Online that prompted you to write this entry on your Blog. Hope lives on…The first steps are the most difficult in initiating change .. Be Strong!!

Three Worlds One Vision

Community Gardening - Oakland - California - USACommunity Gardening – Oakland – California
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For yet another week, I have watched with mounting frustration our dysfunctional government’s failure to pass legislation needed to resolve the myriad and pressing problems facing our nation. Disenchanted am I to witness the leadership of the world’s greatest nation handcuffed and in stranglehold.

After conquering the world market and becoming powerful transnational behemoths capable of toppling governments of developing nations that fuel their growth, America’s great and admired innovative corporations are now intent in dominating the government of the Fatherland and commanding its armies. Think not that I exaggerate. Consider our current struggle against the National Rifle Association (NRA), lobbyists for our weapons manufacturers, to get common sense reform for gun control in our communities. Reform demanded by the majority of Americans, including gun owners and NRA members. Reform that will save lives. Our children’s lives. Your life. My life.


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Rick Warren: A life of purpose – TED video

Rick Warren: A life of purpose

Uploaded on Apr 15, 2008 


Pastor, philanthropist and author Rick Warren reflects on how the success of his book The Purpose-Driven Life triggered his own crisis of purpose. What should he do with this unanticipated wealth and attention?

Warren uses his own story to explain the central tenet of his teaching: that the antidote to spiritual emptiness is recognizing what we have been given — wealth, creativity, talent — and using those gifts to make the world a better place.

Guyana News: Capitol News Updates – 20 videos – April 14, 2013


Capitol News Updates – 20 videos – April 14, 2013

Here is a list of twelve of the 20 items that are featured: [Click to view]

  1. Light aircraft crashes into house after takeoff from Ogle Airfield.
  2. No impediments against combined opposition reducing budgets.
  3. The 2013 Budget to come under scrutiny on Monday April 16, 2013.
  4. Trade Unionist believes that an Injection of Funds needed in GPL and GUYSUCO.
  5. Sonny Ramdeo slapped with another indictment.
  6. Caribbean Airlines plans to increase fares incrementally.
  7. President Ramotar says any attempt to cut Budget is an act of vindictiveness.
  8. Governance in football is one of the issues being looked at as GFF elections
  9. Guyana says farewell to Reepu Daman Persaud.
  10. On-line degree programs planned  for University of Guyana.
  11. The expansion of the CJIA should benefit the tourism sector in Guyana.
  12. PSU calls for comprehensive approach regarding Georgetown’s garbage situation.

All in the Family – Comedy series 1971-1979 – 195 videos autoplay

All in the Family – comedy series – 1971-1979

All in the Family is an American sitcom that was originally broadcast on the CBS television network from January 12, 1971, to April 8, 1979. In September 1979, a new show, Archie Bunker’s Place, picked up where All in the Family had ended. That sitcom lasted another four years, ending its run in 1983.

Produced by Norman Lear and Bud YorkinAll in the Family revolved around the life of a working class bigot and his family. It is based on the British television comedy series Till Death Us Do Part.[2] Despite being considerably softer in its approach than its BBC predecessor[citation needed], the show broke ground in its depiction of issues previously considered unsuitable for U.S. network television comedy, such as racismhomosexuality,women’s liberationrapemiscarriageabortionbreast cancer, the Vietnam War,menopause, and impotence. Through depicting these controversial issues, the series became arguably one of television‘s most influential comedic programs, as it injected thesitcom format with real-life conflicts.[3]   Continue reading

How to make Guyanese Food dishes – 13 videos – autoplay

  1. Pepperpot – Guyanese Style
  2. Delicious cook up Rice
  3. Vegetable Fried Rice
  4. Bake and Saltfish
  5. Coconut Bake – Caribbean Flat Bread
  6. How to make Calaloo
  7. Guyanese Style Oxtail with Rice and Peas
  8. Curry Chicken
  9. How to make Daal Recipe
  10. Cassava Pone, Quenches, Snacks
  11. Guyanese Chow Mein
  12. Curry Chicken – repeated
  13. Soup Recipe

New York Tutorial Support Group – Spring Fling – June 21, 2013

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