Daily Archives: 07/12/2021

🔴LIVE RADIO + HIGHLIGHTS | West Indies v Australia | 3rd CG Insurance T20 / 2021 – July 12, 2021.

  • LIVE RADIO | West Indies v Australia | 3rd CG Insurance T20 – 2021 – Match played in St. Lucia 0n July 12, 2021.
  • AUSTRALIA 141/6  WEST INDIES 142/4  – West Indies won by 6 wickets (31 balls left)
  • Player of the Game: Chris Gayle 0/9 (1) & 67 (38). West Indies win 5 match series 3-0

SCOREBOARD and DETAILS: https://www.espncricinfo.com/series/australia-tour-of-west-indies-2021- -3rd-t20 /full-scorecard

HIGHLIGHTS  VIDEO:- 3rd of 5 T20 matches – West Indies vs Australia 

GUYANA HISTORY: A summary of the 1889 ‘Cent Bread’ riot in Georgetown – By Nigel Westmaas 

Stabroek Market: Location of the inciting incident

Georgetown: Stabroek Market: Location of the inciting incident

By Nigel Westmaas 

In 1889, there was massive riot in Georgetown that led to widespread unrest and the destruction of buildings, especially Portuguese shops. The incident that sparked the revolt was the occasion for the riot but the context was simmering for decades. It was symbolized and highlighted by the expressive ‘cent bread’ descriptive.        Continue reading

MEDICAL: Top Five Myths About Human Kidneys – Shreya Dasgupta | Smithsonian Magazine

From limiting alcohol consumption to detoxing, many misconceptions circulate about how to keep your kidneys healthy 

  Shreya Dasgupta | Smithsonian Magazine 

Kidneys are not our most glamorous organs, often taking a back seat in the news to the brain or the heart. Probably the only time we think about our kidneys is when we joke about selling one to afford the newest Apple gadget.

But the two bean-shaped, fist-sized kidneys sitting at the base of the rib cage are fascinating, multitasking organs. They are at work all day long removing waste, stimulating red blood cell production and keeping the body’s balance of salts, acids and bases in check.      Continue reading

NEW BOOK: The Twisted Circle:– A Novel by Rosaliene Bacchus

Front Cover – Designed by Rosaliene Bacchus

Front Cover of The Twisted Circle: A Novel – by Rosaliene Bacchus

When I left the convent in December 1977, my career as an art and geography high school teacher smashed against the boulders defending Guyana’s coastline. Broken and lost, I was set adrift—without purpose or direction for my return to secular life. Inspiration for my creative artistic expression vanished with the prevailing winds. Never to return…until now.

On completion of my second novel, The Twisted Circle, I had contacted two artists I knew about designing my front cover. Both declined to take on the project. Book cover design was not part of their expertise.          Continue reading