Daily Archives: 11/03/2016

Guyana– Latest News from various sources – November 03, 2016

Guyana: LATEST NEWS – 03 November 2016 – Kaieteur News… (see other News sources at the end of this entry)

Where Kathak and Bomba Meet in Me – by Romanee Kalicharran of Romanee and Company

Contact Information: Jessica Lanice C. – Jessica.Lanice@ThaLSpot.com – (917) 830-4027

Where Kathak and Bomba Meet in Me

Romanee Kalicharran of Romanee and Company LAUNCHES a series of interactive presentations in New York City (Manhattan, The Bronx, Brooklyn) beginning Tuesday, November 8th and culminating on Sunday, November 20th with a spectacular intercultural performance: “Where Kathak and Bomba Meet in Me”.

October 19, 2016 (New York City) “Where Kathak and Bomba Meet in Me” as described by the artist is an explorative journey into our true selves – who we are, and how we came to be where we are.  It appeals to a generation of forward thinkers, a deep understanding of the soul as portrayed though remarkable insight and melding of her Puerto Rican and Guyanese (East Indian) extractions. Moreover, the artist seeks to appeal especially to hybrid cultures within the young in the diaspora, many of whom are on a quest to find and define themselves in an era of volatility.     Continue reading

Caribbean & Floridian Association, Inc – New Year’s Eve Ball- Orlando, FL

Download Flyer: Caribbean & Floridian Association, Inc – New Year’s Eve Ball- Orlando, FL

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Trump’s Inconvenient Racial Truth re African-American community – commentary

With the race for the presidency entering its last days, Donald J. Trump last Wednesday once again made his pitch to black America: a new deal aimed just at them. “I will be your greatest champion,” Trump said at a campaign rally in the battleground state of North Carolina. “I will never ever take the African-American community for granted. Never, ever.”

The hyperbolic remarks elicited the same collective eye roll among black Americans and white progressives that they have since Trump began regularly including black Americans in his platform in August. It was then, following days of unrest in Milwaukee after the police killed a black man there, that Trump flew to Wisconsin to give a speech on race.      Continue reading

Caribbean Life News Update – 02 November 2016

Caribbean Life News Update – 02 November 2016  Caribbean Life

Weeks after hurri­cane, Haitians struggle for clean water

BY DAVID MCFADDEN | CARIBBEAN

COTEAUX, Haiti (AP) _ It’s been nearly a month since Hurri­cane Matthew tore through southern Haiti and people like Kettley Rosier and many of her neigh­bors still have to spend their meager savings to buy drinking water.

Trinidad PM reshu­ffles his Cabinet

BY AZAD ALI | CARIBBEAN

With just one year in office, Prime Minister Dr. Keith Rowley of Trinidad and Tobago has fired two of his Cabinet minis­ters in a major reshu­ffle he promised last month.

Venez­uela’s congress opens polit­ical trial against Maduro

BY JOSHUA GOODMAN AND JORGE RUEDA | CARIBBEAN

CARACAS, Venez­uela (AP) — Venez­uela’s oppos­ition-contr­olled congress has opened a polit­ical trial against Presi­dent Nicolas Maduro for breaking the constit­utional order, deepe­ning a standoff trigg­ered by the author­ities’ suspe­nsion of a recall refer­endum against the embat­tled socia­list leader.          Continue reading

Guyana – Capitol TV News Videos – 01 November 2016

Guyana – Capitol TV News Videos – 01 November 2016

A local telecommunication company continues to invest in the development of Guyana’s youth
Fly Jamaica says its new office in the city will ensure that customers have more options to purchase tickets
Realizing the potential of the tourism Sector is the main focus of Tourism Awareness month
All hands are needed on deck if needed to control illegal mining activities
Highlighting the many social ills that plague society is the major thrust for a 14- day single man walk
Newly appointed GDF Chief of Staff has issued a stern warning to ranks who are engaged in deviant behaviour
Another co-accused in the 2008 Bartica Massacre pleads guilty to manslaughter
Top Cop: There is no place for Rogue cops in the Guyana Police Force

Yes, Donald Trump can win. Here are 4 maps that prove it – By Chris Cillizza – Washington Post

Yes, Donald Trump can win. Here are 4 maps that prove it.

By Chris Cillizza – November 2, 2016 – Washington Post.

The latest Washington Post-ABC News tracking poll shows Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton in a dead heat nationally. 

trumpTwo things that may seem contradictory at first are true of this election campaign in its final days:

  1. Donald Trump is making up ground on Hillary Clinton.
  2. Hillary Clinton still has a solid hold on the 270 electoral votes she needs to be elected president in six days’ time.

But how solid is the Democratic nominee’s grip on that 270? I thought it would be worth fiddling around with our terrific electoral map tool to see how many realistic paths Trump has to 270 electoral votes as a way of answering that question. (Be realistic, I mean could actually happen. So, no, Trump winning California is not an option I explored.)   [Read more]

Guyana Government News Brief – November 2, 2016

GINA logoGuyana Government News Brief – November 2, 2016

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