Daily Archives: 12/02/2019

Buxton Friendship Express Newsletter – November 2019

Published by Buxton-Friendship Heritage Fund, Inc.
We are pleased to share with you the November 2019 issue of our monthly newsletter: The Buxton-Friendship Express. You may download your copy from the following link to access it:
Best regards,
Lorna Campbell. Editor
Buxton-Friendship Express <buxtonexpress@aol.com

Guyana Politics: OPINION: Manifestos: exhibitions in political pornography

 — by GHK Lall

What is a manifesto, other than a collection of words and a rush of marketing messages?

What is a manifesto, besides being a piece of paper made to mean something, especially that which the circumstances demand? Give the people what they want to hear, what sells, and the rest usually takes care of itself.

As I see it, a manifesto – and I do not care anymore from whom and where it originates – is a pack of pages, which has made jokers of the entire Guyanese population. It will continue to do this time again.              Continue reading

Students serve Caribbean cuisine at industry showcase in NYC

By Tangerine Clarke
Kat Taveras, program manager for Food Education Fund, a non-profit, (forefront) with students, after lunch at the Food & Finance School showcase in Hell’s Kitchen, NYC
Eleventh grade students of Food & Finance High School, a culinary-arts institution, served fine Caribbean style cooking, on Thursday, Nov. 21, to impress top restaurateurs, at a showcase in the school’s Hell’s Kitchen, Manhattan location.                Continue reading
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