Daily Archives: September 3, 2013

Capitol News – TV News Videos – 02 September 2013

Capitol News – TV News Videos – 02 September 2013

  • Senior education officials called in to defuse conflict between St. Rose’s High & St Agnes Primary
  • Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro ends one-day visit to Guyana
  • Assault and larceny charges against TIP heroine receive attention of DPP
  • Fire guts DaSilva’s House of Optics
  • Guyana Revenue Authority clears the air on the cocaine in rice issue
  • Caribbean entertainment and culture a major source of revenue for the Region – Caricom Secretary General

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Senior education officials called in to defuse conflict between St. Rose’s High & St Agnes PrimaryPosted: 02 Sep 2013 04:06 PM PDT   Senior education officials were called in to defuse a conflict between St. Rose’s High and St. Agnes’ Primary school. It has to do with a decision by the St. Rose’s Board to shut out the grade 6 students from that school to accommodate the intake of new students. St. Rose’s, over the past year has […]
Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro ends one-day visit to Guyana    Posted: 02 Sep 2013 04:04 PM PDT   Continue reading

Guyana Asso. of Georgia – Awards Banquet – September 28, 2013

Georgia event

Bass Baritone Opera Star Aubrey Allicock

Bass Baritone Opera Star Aubrey Allicock

By Dmitri Allicock

Aubrey Allicock

Aubrey Allicock

Aubrey Allicock just completed a critically acclaimed run as the lead in Terence Blanchard’s Champion at the Opera Theatre of Saint Louis , United States. The buzz in the opera world is that this was a career launching performance. OUT Magazine recently ran a profile of the singer along with this amazing photograph.

Jerry Portwood writing for Out Magazine carried an article on Aubrey Allicock’s recently completed role as the young boxer Emile Griffith in the world premiere of Champion.   Continue reading

Quietly Heroic – Guyana’s Stephen Campbell

Amerindian Heritage Month – September 2013 

Quietly Heroic – Guyana’s Stephen Campbell

Published on Sep 2, 2013 – by Errol Brewster

‘Quietly Heroic’ is a remembrance of the 1st Arawak Parliamentarian in Guyana – Stephen Campbell, in celebration of Amerindian Heritage Month 2013. In it his daughter – the noted Guyanese woman painter and potter – The Late Stephanie Correia, paints with poems, paintings and recollections an intimate portrait of her father as a private family man, whilst colleagues and opponents of his tell of his political character, his struggles and achievements.

The programme, composed from footage taken in 1998, echoes the call of the Amerindian community for a national holiday on 10th September, to commemorate Stephen Campbell’s formal entry in 1957 into the Legislative Council as a representative for the the North West District.