Daily Archives: 04/30/2021

MUSIC VIDEO: Cynthia Schloss – “The Jamaican songbird”- Mix

“Send Me The Pillow You Dream On” – Cynthia Schloss

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Veteran female singer, Cynthia Schloss, is generally referred to as Jamaica’s songbird. She was the third of six children and attended the Trench Town Elementary and Ardenne High School. Schloss got her big break at the Merritone Amateur Talent Exposure in 1971, where she won the finals singing First Time Ever I Saw Your Face. Continue reading

GUYOIL – A Case Study of Corruption in Governance in Guyana – Editorial – Kaieteur News

April 27, 2021 – Kaieteur News – GUYOIL stands as a prime example of how governance, at many levels, functions in Guyana today. GUYOIL could serve as the perfect picture of a rare behind the scenes look at how men entrusted with responsibility conduct themselves.

They conduct themselves in this manner, because it is understood all around that they have been given a mandate, in the fullness of powerful carte blanches, to make a killing while living a deep dark lie. Indeed, it could be confidently and convincingly said that GUYOIL is so much more than any one lie, but an expression of so many countless other deplorable and damnable lies.    Continue reading

GUYANA: Fire destroys Sharon’s Mall at King and Charlotte Streets, Georgetown.

FIRE: Sharon’s Mall on the evening of April 28, 2021.

April 29, 2021 – Kaieteur News – Fire fighters last evening had a difficult time controlling a raging fire at the Sharon’s Mall situated at the junction of King and Charlotte Streets, Georgetown.

Based on information gathered at the scene, the fire soon after it was detected quickly swept through the two top floors of the four-storey building. Sharon’s Mall is a building that rents space to lawyers and other business owners.

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Here is How To Start Building Wealth – By Lesley-Anne Scorgie | Toronto Star

Start Building Wealth…. Even Without Any Money – Seven steps

Lesley-Anne Scorgie | Toronto Star

If you’ve read my work for a little while you know I’m obsessed with Oprah Winfrey for a couple of reasons. First, she’s constantly inspiring people from all walks of life to rise up and do better for themselves and their communities; second, she got to where she is — a self-made billionaire — via hard work and having a plan, despite the odds stacked against her from childhood; and third, she changed my life completely after I was on her rags-to-riches show in 2001. The episode was called Ordinary People Extraordinary Wealth.            Continue reading

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