Daily Archives: July 29, 2016

USA Elections: The Democratic Party Convention – Day 4: July 28, 2016

USA Elections: The Democratic Party Convention – Day 4: July 28, 2016

The Democratic convention ended Thursday night with Hillary Clinton delivering her acceptance speech. The Fix team watched, tweeted and Fix Boss Chris Cillizza jotted down some of the best and worst of the night that was.

Winners
* Khizr Khan: The father of Army Captain Humayun Khan, who died in a suicide bombing attack in Iraq in 2004, provided a powerful testimonial to his son — a Muslim-American soldier — and an equally stirring condemnation of Donald Trump’s proposed temporary ban on Muslims entering the U.S.. He asked rhetorically whether Trump had even read the Constitution then whipped out a pocket Constitution of his own — a nice bit of stagecraft.  Khan held the crowd in the palm of his hand — a stirring and entirely unexpected moment. Watch it here.   Continue reading

Scorching Global Temps Astound Climate Scientists – by Nika Knight

Published on Wednesday, July 27, 2016  by Common Dreams – by Nika Knight

Scorching Global Temps Astound Climate Scientists

As wildfire rages in California, flooding affects millions in India and China, and eggs are fried on sidewalks in Iraq, scientists say global climate catastrophe is surpassing predictions 

Southern California’s years-long drought has resulted in one of the “most extreme” wildfires the region has ever seen. (Photo: Nick Ut/AP)

Record global heat in the first half of 2016 has caught climate scientists off-guard, reportsThompson Reuters Foundation.

“What concerns me most is that we didn’t anticipate these temperature jumps,” David Carlson, director of the World Meteorological Organization’s (WMO) climate research program, told Thompson Reuters Foundation late Monday. “We predicted moderate warmth for 2016, but nothing like the temperature rises we’ve seen.”       Continue reading

Senior Guyanese Friendship Association Toronto – Fall Dance – October 29, 2016

SENIOR GUYANESE FRIENDSHIP ASSOCIATION

FALL DANCE

Saturday, OCTOBER 29, 2016  – 8PM – 2AM

Flipper’s Fish House

Banquet Hall                                     

2300 Lawrence Ave E. Scarborough Ontario, Canada

(White Shield Plaza)

(Lawrence Ave E  – N/W corner at Kennedy)  

 Donation:       $30.00    Cash Bar

 TICKET INFORMATION:  

416-492-8557 or  416-493-0349 or   416-499-0470

Flyer: Senior Guyanese Asso- Toronto . Fall Dance 2016         

Profile: Mohan Nandu – Guyana’s Singing Legend – By Dr Dhanpaul Narine

Profile: Mohan Nandu – Guyana’s Singing Legend

By Dr Dhanpaul Narine

Mohan Nandu is one of the greatest singers that Guyana has produced. When he begins to sing you would think that the Lord descended from the mountaintop and handed him the voice to entertain thousands.

Mohan is a simple and humble person that would politely disagree. But give him a harmonium and back-up musicians and he would transport you to a world in which he becomes the King of Melody. After listening to him you get the feeling that Mohan Nandu was born to sing.

Read more: Mohan Nandu – Guyana’s singing legend

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E-Networks Emerging Voices Episode 6 Mohan Nandu Opens – Guyanese Legend

Senior Guyanese Association Toronto Bazaar – September 24, 2016

Flyer: Senior Guyanese Association Toronto Bazaar – September 24, 2016

Senior Guyanese Bazaar - September 24, 2016

Guyana Government News Brief – July 28, 2016

GINA logoGuyana Government News Brief – July 28, 2016

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