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Fifty years later: Guyana is changing for the better - By Adam Harris

Fifty years later: Guyana is changing for the better

May 22, 2016 | By KNews | Filed Under Features / Columnists, ADAM HARRIS

The past few days have brought a lot of recollection from me. 924 more words

Guyana

Tibet Photoshoot

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Last but certainly not least we really hope you enjoy our very last post from the Tibet series. Words can not even begin to describe how much fun we had doing this. 27 more words

Reflections

Pinaman Owusu - fashion for development

Pinaman Owusu never thought she’d have anything to do with fashion, but now this Ghanaian born kiwi will have the honour of showcasing collections from 6 contemporary African designers & 2 emerging hot NZ based African talents to about 300 guests in Wellington at an event she has been working toward for over three years – the first ever Africa Fashion Festival New Zealand. 20 more words

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NZ Music Month special - Ruth Mundy & Joe Blossom

Joining B-Sides Stories this week were Ruth Mundy and Sean O’Brien aka Joe Blossom for a NZ Music Month special. Host Martin Andrews talks to our guests about the craft of songwriting and trying to make a living in Aotearoa as an artist. 26 more words

Arts & Culture

Showing Teeth. By Kathy Fabian

Socializing is all about people and different points of view. Sometimes you like what people say. Sometimes, you don’t. No matter what you have to remain cordial. 22 more words

Urban Photography

'Godfather' Notebook Featuring Francis Ford Coppola's Comments Out In The Fall

NEW YORK (AP) — “Godfather” obsessives can look forward to a new publication this fall: A 700-page “Notebook” featuring Francis Ford Coppola’s original annotations of the Mario Puzo best-seller. 118 more words

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