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The Demise of West Indian Cricket - commentary

EDITORIAL: THE DEMISE OF WINDIES CRICKET?

Sat, 09/24/2016 – 12:00am Barbados Advocate Newspaper

Maybe to those of a certain age, popularly referred to as the… 629 more words

Tourism / Entertainment

MY STORY: Cita shaped by mix of Guyanese and Barbadian cultures

MY STORY: Cita shaped by mix of cultures

GERCINE CARTER, gercinecarter@nationnews.com – Added 17 September 2016

Photo: Cita Pilgrim says she retains her appetite for the cuisine of her native Guyana. 944 more words

Guyana

Caribbean Life News Update - 17 September 2016

Caribbean Life News Update – 17  September 2016

Persaud wins NY Democrati­c Primary

BY NELSON A. KING

A Guyanese legislato­r in Brooklyn handsomel­y beat her Haitian-b­orn challenge­r to win the New York Democrati­c Primary elections on Tuesday. 482 more words

Guyana

Caribbean Life News Update - 13 September 2016

Caribbean Life News Update – 13 September 2016

Africa may become the next China

BY JEREMY BAMIDELE

Tradition­ally, Africans remained offline and uninvolve­d in the digital world. 650 more words

Guyanese Online

Caribbean Life News Update - August 11, 2016

Caribbean Life News Update – August 11, 2016

Barbados immigrati­on under scrutiny

BY GEORGE ALLEYNE | CARIBBEAN

The immigrati­on service in Barbados has again found itself in the Caribbean spotlight following recent allegatio­ns by two Jamaicans and a Guyanese of mistreatm­ent after arriving at Grantley Adams Internati­onal Airport. 354 more words

Guyanese Online

Caribbean: The media and the linguistic divide - By David Jessop

Caribbean: The media and the linguistic divide

Published on September 3, 2016  – By David Jessop

In the middle of last month Danilo Medina was sworn in as president of the… 996 more words

Personalities

Music: Prince Buster – five great tracks from the King of Ska

Prince Buster – five great tracks from the King of Ska

By Erin MacLeod – https://www.theguardian.com –  Friday 9 September 2016

Celebrate the life and music of one of Jamaican music’s all-time greats with these five brilliant recordings… 191 more words

Guyanese Online