Daily Archives: 06/03/2018

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Bahamian artist commemorates Royal Wedding with “Mother’s Blessing”

rom:TheBahamasWeekly.com   ARTS & CULTURE
Bahamian artist commemorates Royal Wedding with “Mother’s Blessing”
By Jamaal Rolle -May 22, 2018 – 7:30:22 PM

“Mother’s Blessing”, as depicted by Bahamian Celebrity Artist, Jamaal Rolle.
Premier Bahamian ‘celebrity artist’ Jamaal Rolle recently placed brush to canvas to commemorate the Royal Wedding of the now Duke and Duchess of Sussex, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle.
The painting entitled “Mother’s Blessing” depicts a heavenly image of the late Princess Diana as she smiles on the new union of her son Harry and Meghan embracing with a kiss on their wedding day. 

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‘Parents killed it’: why Facebook is losing its teenage users

‘Parents killed it’: why Facebook is losing its teenage users

This year more than 3 million under-25s in the UK and US are expected to leave the site

Facebook, SnapChat and WhatsApp apps.
 About 44% of Snapchat’s users are aged 18 to 24, compared with 20% of Facebook’s:. Alamy Stock Photo

When Mark Zuckerberg launched Facebook he was a 19-year-old living in a dorm in his second year at university. Fast-forward 14 years and it is the young people he was so successful in luring to Facebook to propel it to become the world’s biggest social networking site that are now his biggest problem.

This year more than 3 million under-25s in the UK and US will either quit Facebook or stop using it regularly, and they are pretty vocal about why.         Continue reading

“american child” – Poem by normal – on the Rosaliene Bacchus Blog

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Four-year-old American child learns to us a machine gun

Four-year-old American child – in the age of the National Rifle Association – learns to use a machine gun
Photo Credit: ABC News Video (January 2014)

My Poetry Corner June 2018 features an excerpt from the poem “american child” by normal. Raised in Passaic, New Jersey, normal is a poet and registered nurse now retired and living in Saugerties, New York.

As a young poet in the early 1960s, he began reading his work at the Rafio Café in Greenwich Village, frequented by Beat poets and writers. Among the poets who influenced normal’s sensibilities is the American poet, e.e. cummings (1894-1962), whose use of low-case letters and minimal punctuation he emulates.

The following excerpts come from normal’s chapbooks, Blood on the Floor (1999) and American Child (2001).

His poem “blood on the floor” brings to mind America’s powerlessness to end mass shootings, stealing the future of our children.

don’t slip

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Guyanese Online – News and Associations Events – May 31, 2018


Guyanese Online Entries at May 31, 2018

  • Guyanese Online Celebrated its Eight Anniversary in February 2018
  • Now over 5.5 Million views on this website
  • News, videos, articles and advertisements by Guyanese Associations 
  • News and Feature Items: May 26-31, 2018

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Guyana News Headlines Links – Kaieteur News – May 29-31. 2018

Guyana News Headlines: Demerara Waves – 31 May 2018

How ‘African’ is Northern Africa? – commentary

Opinion: Humanitarian Achievements of Venezuela’s Maduro Government

Opinion: Why Nicolás Maduro Clings to Power

Hurricane Season 2018 – Forecasters Predict Near-Normal or Above-Normal Activity

Airlines: WestJet says it has no plans to operate to Guyana

GUYANA NATIONAL AWARDS – By Verian Mentis-Barker – Commentary

U.S. Prisons: For some, like slavery without chains – By Mohamed Hamaludin

Race & Policing—-Time for a Broader Discussion – By Yvonne Sam

Guyana: Mae’s School controversy – re Amerindian Culture – By Adam Harris

In British Guiana, we had… – Letter by Harri P. Beharry

Barbados: “Economy in dire straits” – Exchange Rate in jeopardy – IMF Report

OH HOW HAPPY CAN GUYANA BE ! – Chris Prashad – Music video


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More than 50 years later… University of Guyana launches Alumni Association

00The University of Guyana (UG) launches Alumni Association

By  Feona Morrison – Kaieteur News – 03 June 2018

Alumni relations play a vital role in the advancement of any institution. It is in this regard, that the University Of Guyana (UG) launched its Alumni Association under the banner “Proud Legacy: Prosperous Destiny”, on Friday evening, over 50 years after the university was established.

During a simple but significant ceremony held at the university’s Turkeyen Campus, graduates and current students were enlightened to the importance of the Alumni Association—a platform for increased awareness, participation and academic involvement for both students and faculty members.     Continue reading

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