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Press This: Subway Love

Simply Marquessa

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HAPPY VALENTINE’S DAY – By Dmitri Allicock + video

HAPPY VALENTINE’S DAY – By Dmitri Allicock + video



By Dmitri Allicock

Love in a marriage is more than just a feeling but a verb. The everyday wear and tear of life can fluctuate the feelings of happiness but a commitment to instill a positive approach in your relationship and to treat each other kindly will reduce stress and overcome challenges. Remember to let go of past heartbreaks, not to dwell on the negatives and to forgive. Happiness lies within and in the manner in which we appreciate one another.

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Water Wheel


By Dmitri Allicock

On the shores of Upper Demerara lies one of a kind

A precious Water Wheel that takes you back in time

A treasure of forgotten history that can be seen still

Only remnant that is left of the Paterson’s Sawmill

Read more: Go to Dmitri’s Blog to comment and share

THE ZEST OF GUYANA – Thirty five poems – By Dmitri Allicock + video

zest of guyana



By Dmitri Allicock

The first slither of the orange peel
My soul refreshed with a citrus feel
Ripe oranges to peel I love the best
To inhale the sweetness of that zest
The passion of homegrown fragrant
And orange peel freshness so instant

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QC Alumni Association of Central Florida- Golf Tournament – April 9, 2016

QCAACF - Golf E-Flyer

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QC Alumni Association of Central Florida- Golf Tournament – April 9, 2016

Saint Stanislaus College – Pre-Registration for150th Anniversary Reunion 2016

Pre-Registration for Saints 150th Anniversary Reunion 2016

Posted by St Stanislaus Blog : 03 Feb 2016 02:41 AM PST

Philosophy for All Ages, especially in Old Age – by George Carlin… video

Philosophy for Old Age – by George Carlin… video

Uploaded on Jul 18, 2010 

Wise words attributed to the late George Carlin, one of America’s great comedians, on how to stay young. It should be called “Philosophy for All Ages.” Background music: “Godspeed” from the Time Machine soundtrack, composed by Klaus Badelt.

Frederick Douglass: America’s great abolitionist- African American History Month

Frederick Douglass: America’s great abolitionist –

  •  Google’s honoring of Frederick Douglass through a doodle on its search page Monday (February 1,2016) highlights one of America’s most prominent abolitionists.

Douglass’ life story and his oral and literary work still stand as defining items in the saga of slavery and racial injustice in the United States. Remembering his career is also a relevant way to observe the start of  African American History Month.

Read more –  Frederick Douglass: America’s great abolitionist

Profile: Larry Crandon- musician – By Dr. Dhanpaul Narine

Profile: Larry Crandon- musician – By Dr. Dhanpaul Narine

Larry Crandon, also known as Lawrence, is a quiet and unassuming man who chooses his words carefully. He is a thinker and a helper and many have benefi tted from his expertise as a construction engineer. But it’s in the world of music that Larry has found his niche and he takes great pride in sharing his music for all to enjoy.

Larry was born at Fyrish in Berbice, Guyana. His mom is Marina and his dad is Thomas. Larry is the third of nine children and he recalls that his parents were not only providers but that they worked hard to ensure that the family walked on the straight and narrow path. Larry attended Gibralter Primary School and later Fyrish Government School. He did well and was placed at the Comprehensive Secondary School in Port Mourant for further studies. Larry liked math and he remembers Ms. Baksh, Mr. Goberdhan and Mr. Farouk Juman as teachers who took an interest in him.   Continue reading

Guyana Cultural Association (GCA) – Online Magazine January 2016

GCA Jan 2016

Download – GCA – New York – JAN. 2016 e-MAGAZINE

IN THIS ISSUE       PAGE  3-9: NY 50th anniversary launch         PAGE 10: Journey to Jubilee         PAGE 11: Remembering Godfrey Chin        PAGE 12-17: GCA’s 15th anniversary        PAGE 18-19: Michael Khan        PAGE 20-27: The New Amsterdam I knew        PAGE 29-31: How I learned the waltz, king sailor and foxtrot

January Editor Edgar Henry     Cover Design Claire Goring & Ashton Franklin


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