Daily Archives: September 5, 2017

As Irma Intensifies, “You’ve Never Experienced a Hurricane Like This” – videos

As Irma Intensifies, “You’ve Never Experienced a Hurricane Like This”

Hurricane Irma

With a “monster eye” and sustained winds that could reach 200mph, Hurricane Irma causes dread ahead of expected landfall

By Jon Queally, staff writer Tuesday, September 05, 2017 – by Common Dreams

Photo: Responding to images of Hurricane Irma taken from space, one scientist at the National Hurricane Center remarked that it was “one of the most incredible things I have ever seen on satellite. “(Photo: NOAA/@NHC_Atlantic)        Continue reading

Chronicle Editor Honoured by GCA in New York – by Francis Quiama Farrier

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Chronicle Editor Honoured by GCA in New York – by Francis Quiama Farrier in New York

The Guyana Chronicle Editor, Godfrey Wray, was among the twenty one Individuals who were honoured at the seventeenth Annual Awards Cermony on Wednesday evening August 30, 2017, by the Guyana Cultural Association of New York, which was attended by Guyana’s Fourth Vice President and Minister of Indigenous People’s Affair, Hon. Sydney Allicock, MP.   Continue reading

Guyana: Indigenous folklore and their role in preserving culture, traditions

Guyana’s Indigenous peoples – Myths or legends?

– Indigenous folklore and their role in preserving culture, traditions

By Ravena Gildharie…. for Amerindian Heritage Month 2017

IT WAS a bright day and an Arawak schoolboy, Frank Bernard, of the Pakuri Village, St Cuthbert’s Mission, was on a lunch break when he strutted down to the landing with his bucket to fetch water from the Mahaica Creek.      Continue reading

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