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The Mighty Sparrow’s calypso- “Good Morning Mr. Walker”….Look who is singing it now

Published on Jan 29, 2015

From “The Wayward Tour Live” available from and all other good music outlets: Eliza Carthy, and Jim Morray with the Wayward Band performing “Good Morning Mr. Walker”.  Who says that our music does not sound good in other genres or that other people can’t play it?

……..Now here is the original by the Mighty Sparrow …. from the early 1960’s………   Continue reading



Think you can hide in a large crowd? Not anymore……. scary!!

 Think you can hide in a large crowd? Not anymore…….

Vancouver Canucks fans

Vancouver Canucks fans

This picture was taken in Vancouver BC Canada featuring fans of the Vancouver Canucks in 2011 Stanley Cup Finals BEFORE Game 7, won by the Boston Bruins.

This shot was taken around  5.46PM on June 15, 2011. It is made up of 216 photos (12 across x 18 down) stitched together taken over a 15 minute span and is not supposed to represent a single moment in time. Picture is on FanZone  George Street, Vancouver.  There are two versions… see top of picture to switch versions.

The camera can identify a face among a multitude of people.   See link below.. Continue reading

Freaky Flowers – Echinopsis Cacti in Bloom – video

Freaky Flowers – Echinopsis Cacti in Bloom – By  EchinopsisFreak   

…..  For better viewing click the FULL SCREEN button on YouTube ……

Published on Mar 28, 2015 –  A montage of a dozen types of Echinopsis cactus flowers blooming. And wilting. And just generally showing off their mind-blowing colors. My favorite cactus flowerings from the 2014 blooming season.

Echinopsis cactus flowers bloom overnight and the flowers last for only a day. Actually, the flowers are at their peak beauty for an hour or two at the most. That’s what turned me from a cactus enthusiast into a cactus photographer … the desire to try to preserve some aspect of their freaky beauty. Prior to becoming an Echinopsis addict a few years back, I had never owned a DSLR or image/video editing software.   Continue reading

The New York Tutorial Support Group – Thanksgiving Dance – Nov 13, 2015

Tutorial dance


The New York Tutorial Support Group – Thanksgiving Dance – Nov 13, 2015

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Guyana Christian Charities – Bake and Food Sale – Pickering Ontario – October 25, 2015


Reminder for this event this coming Sunday October 25, 2015

Originally posted on Guyanese Online:

GCC- 2015 Bake Sale

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Guyana Christian Charities – (GCC)  

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CANADA: Justin Trudeau pledges ‘real change’ as Liberals win Federal majority government

Justin Trudeau pledges ‘real change’ as Liberals leap ahead to majority government

Harper expected to resign as Conservative leader

Justin Trudeau address crowd in Montreal

Justin Trudeau addresses supporters at party HQ in Montreal  (CBC)

By Mark Gollom, CBC News  – Last Updated: Oct 20, 2015 2:30 AM ET

Justin Trudeau will be Canada’s next prime minister after leading the Liberal Party to a stunning majority government win, dashing the hopes of Stephen Harper, who had been seeking his fourth consecutive mandate, but will now step down as party leader.

This will be the second time for Canada to be led by a Trudeau, as the 43-year-old Liberal leader follows in the footsteps of his father, Pierre Elliott Trudeau, who served as prime minister for almost 16 years before retiring in 1984….  ...[read more at links below]

Read reports and view videos from CBC Canada. ……   Continue reading

Georgetown Guyana – artistic videos by John Greene – 2 videos

Georgetown Guyana 2012 – an artistic video – by John Greene  

What a great video! Beautiful sense of cinematography. Enjoy!

Here is the full reel of his shots:-   video #2   Continue reading

Changing Perceptions for World Food Day

Originally posted on Diana Tyner's Blog:


Anthelme Brillat-Savarin once wrote, “Tell me what you eat and I will tell you what you are” (Dis-moi ce que tu manges, je te dirai ce que tu es). Thinking this is where, the phrase “you are what you eat” comes from. Let’s toast today, October 16th  to World Food Day, which marks the founding date of the Food And Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) and draws attention to our issue of global hunger. So what am I doing to contribute? Good question…

What I Learned From Farming

Makes me reminisce of my roots growing up on a family farm. The smells of farming, the fresh, delicious food, and also the place where I learned the love for growing things. I learned values, perceptions about food, and a connection. These things I learned growing up on a farm never have left me but over the years, in…

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Profile: Dr. Faye Burrowes – An Educator With a Difference! – By Dr. Dhanpaul Narine

Profile: Dr. Faye Burrowes – An Educator With a Difference!

Dr. Dhanpaul Narine

Dr. Dhanpaul Narine

By Dr. Dhanpaul Narine

Behind her welcoming smile and friendliness lie a steely determination to reach the top. It took her a while but her hard work paid off and this summer Faye Burrowes was awarded her doctorate degree in education. It was a proud moment for this educator from Guyana who has now made her home in New York. Dr. Faye Burrowes has made us all proud. Her story is uplifting and inspirational.

Faye was born in Riverstown Village in the Essequibo Coast of Guyana. Her mom was Mary Burrowes and her dad was George Burrowes. Faye is the tenth of eleven children and the last girl in the family. She attended Riverstown Primary School and then Normal Educational Institute which was a private High School in Queenstown on the Essequibo Coast. Faye loved Math and English and her teachers Arnold Drakes and Miss Innis were very supportive.  Continue reading


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