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  • FROM THE ARCHIVES: Major L. Earle Johnson – Nation Builder 25 May 2020 21:00 Dominica News Online Major L. Earle Johnson“We are surrounded by unlimited opportunities for self-education. The real challenge is our personal response to this exposure, and our passion to get ahead in life” Retool or Rust (2007, by Dr. L. Earle Johnson) Major L. Earle …
  • Noble: Writers must read too; why Baldeosingh misunderstands Black Power movement 08 May 2020 02:44 Wired 868 Stephen King, the famed writer, once said: “If you want to be a writer, you must do two things above all others, read a lot and write a lot.” It is a pity that several in our community do the second and not the first. But beyond that, book publishing has a …
  • Notting Hill Carnival is cancelled but organisers promise 'celebration of Carnival culture and arts' 07 May 2020 13:27 Daily Mail Notting Hill Carnival is cancelled but organisers still promise 'celebration of Carnival culture and arts' for August bank holiday weekend By James Robinson for MailOnline Published: 08:52 EDT, 7 May 2020 | Updated: 09:21 EDT, 7 May 2020 The …
  • Antigua shines in panograma competition 06 May 2020 20:20 Daily Observer By Machela Osagboro Antigua’s own Amarni Gomes placed 9thin the first ever panograma event, which saw competitors from all over the region.  The winner of the event, Trinidadian pannist, Earl Brooks, topped the table with a performance of Michaels Jackson’ …
  • Martin Douglas, Who Set Tone for Steel-Pan Brooklyn, Dies at 71 21 Apr 2020 21:15 The New York Times This obituary is part of a series about people who have died in the coronavirus pandemic. Read about others here. On summer nights in central Brooklyn, the roar of traffic gives way to the twinkle of steel-pan drums as musicians of all ages rehearse, …
  • ‘T&T still mecca for pan’; Author Kim Johnson campaigns to reprint work on steelpan 02 Apr 2020 01:36 Wired 868 Author Kim Johnson is on a mission to reprint his 2011 work, The Illustrated Story of Pan. Drawn from more than 600 interviews with pan pioneers, and filled with historical photos, the book documents the history of the steelband movement. Wired868 spoke …
  • Trinidad’s first COVID-19 victim loved the Carnival 27 Mar 2020 09:06 Stabroek News (Trinidad Express) The first COVID-19 victim to die in Trinidad and Tobago was Hansel “Hanny” Leon, a man who loved Carnival and well known for “beating the iron”. Tributes have begun to flow for 77-year-old Leon who died Wednesday at the Couva Hospital. A …
  • CubaDupa Announces Full Festival Lineup of 1500 Performers 11 Mar 2020 03:41 Scoop Wednesday, 11 March 2020, 3:59 pm Press Release: CubaDupa New CubaDupa App, Visual Arts Elements, and Accessibility Initiatives WELLINGTON, NZ — Aotearoa’s most vibrant and creative free festival hits the streets of Wellington on 28 and 29 March—and has …
  • Pan as icon: preserving, claiming, marketing (Part II) 07 Mar 2020 10:33 Daily Observer (An address to the CARIFESTA V SYMPOSIUM, Port-of-Spain, Trinidad and Tobago/August 1992) By Dorbrene O’Marde And then this final word, ‘marketing.’ It is a word that I am scared of, especially when loosely bandied around culture and the arts. It is …
  • Pan as icon: preserving, claiming, marketing (Part I) 06 Mar 2020 10:05 Daily Observer (An address to the CARIFESTA V SYMPOSIUM, Port-of-Spain, Trinidad and Tobago / August 1992) By Dorbrene O’Marde Before adding my contributions to this discussion on ‘Pan as Icon – preserving, claiming, marketing,’ let me be quick to acknowledge my …
  • RHTYSC Cricket Teams, Guyana Beverage Co. hosts successful Say Yes/ Say No Parade 25 Feb 2020 05:44 Kaieteur News Feb 25, 2020 Sports 0 Hundreds of students drawn from six schools along with the cricketers of the Rose Hall Town Youth and Sports Club, MS on Republic Day participated in a massive Chubby Children Mash Parade along the Lower Corentyne Highway. The Mash …

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  • Brooklyn Beckham, 21, and Nicola Peltz, 25, 'plan to tie the knot with TWO weddings next year' 11 Jul 2020 23:27 Daily Mail Brooklyn Beckham and his new fiancée Nicola Peltz are reportedly set to tie the knot in two separate weddings next year. The photographer, 21, and actress, 25, announced that they were engaged on Saturday following reports he had popped the question. And …
  • Éilís binding the stories of people’s lives 11 Jul 2020 16:29 Clare Champion   BOOKBINDING is an intriguing age-old craft, which is being nurtured by artist Éilís Murphy at her Corofin studio. Her expertise and creativity have recently been rewarded with a €10,000 RDS Craft Awards bursary. Éilís was one of five emerging Irish …
  • Slashing of VAT rate needed to help tourism survive 11 Jul 2020 03:06 Killarney Today Sunset selfie: Opportunities like enjoying the evening sunset at Ross Castle await visitors to Killarney. Picture: Valerie O’Sullivan THERE is still huge accommodation availability – at great value – in hotels and guesthouses in Killarney and other parts …
  • Norfolk mum who has raised thousands for charity with the help of her gorgeous pony 10 Jul 2020 18:08 Norwich Evening News PUBLISHED: 18:57 10 July 2020 | UPDATED: 18:58 10 July 2020 Ali Stearn and her mini-Shetland pony Jack Brock and her children Archant Gina Long talks to mum-of-two Ali Stearn. She’s former Grand National winner Bob Champion’s stepdaughter and her love of …
  • UK decision to resume weapon sales to Saudi Arabia 'tantamount to signing death warrants of children' 10 Jul 2020 15:54 The Independent Britain’s decision to resume selling arms to Saudi Arabia is tantamount to signing the death warrants of thousands of children in the Middle East, a charity has warned. The UK paused exporting weapons to the kingdom last summer amid fears the hardware was …
  • Plenty of availability in county’s hotels and guesthouses 10 Jul 2020 11:04 The Roscommon Herald         Hotel occupancy levels of only 23 and 26 per cent for the peak summer months of July and August respectively highlight the unprecedented challenges facing the sector, the Irish Hotels Federation (IHF) has said. This time last year, the occupancy …
  • UK Faces Lashing From Human Rights Groups For Resuming Weapon Sales to Saudi Arabia 10 Jul 2020 10:43 Al Bawaba Thousands of people have been killed since Riyadh started a relentless campaign of air attacks against the Houthi rebels in Yemen. The United Kingdom is facing criticism from human rights campaigners for resuming the sale of weapons to Saudi Arabia, which …
  • The roughneck US cowboys who drilled Britain's secret WWII oil wells - CNET 10 Jul 2020 08:06 Cnet When rambunctious Oklahoman oilmen were billeted alongside English monks, the two groups were quickly nicknamed the "rogues and robes." Richard Trenholm/CNET Sherwood Forest, home of England's legendary outlaw Robin Hood, was a long way …
  • Coronavirus: Quarantine changes come into effect in NI 10 Jul 2020 07:19 BBC Image caption Previously, anyone entering NI from outside the Common Travel Area had to self-isolate for 14 days People arriving in Northern Ireland from more than 50 countries including France, Spain, Germany and Italy are now no longer required to …
  • Coronavirus: Quarantine rules end for dozens of destinations 10 Jul 2020 04:25 News Image copyright AFP Travellers arriving in England, Wales and Northern Ireland from many countries no longer have to self-isolate for two weeks. The quarantine requirements are being relaxed for arrivals from 59 countries and 14 British overseas …
  • Coronavirus: ‘Big fat British Asian weddings’ forced to slim down 09 Jul 2020 23:29 News Image copyright DaVinci Wedding Cinema Image caption Vishal Panesar and Ravika Sabh hope that by delaying their wedding they can invite more guests "We've always pictured having the big fat Indian wedding," say Vishal Panesar and his fiancée …

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  • 61 sumptuous afternoon teas in Surrey and Hampshire 12 Jul 2020 02:50 GetSurrey Fancy a spot of tea with freshly baked scones loaded with strawberry jam and thick clotted cream? Surrey and north-east Hampshire is home to some wonderful venues serving exquisite cream teas for a spontaneous or special occassion. Complete with freshly …
  • Surrey's 10 most romantic restaurants according to TripAdvisor 12 Jul 2020 02:50 GetSurrey Whether you're looking to book a table for Valentine's Day or planning something special for a loved one, Surrey is not short of fine dining and award-winning restaurants. Complete with candlelights, bubbly and decadent desserts, some restaurants …
  • Fine dining eateries, spectacular brasseries and the best pub grub 12 Jul 2020 02:50 GetSurrey With so many fantastic restaurants on our doorstep, it wasn't easy to whittle down our favourites to just 50. From fine dining eateries at spectacular hotels, to hearty, wholesome grub at cosy gastro pubs, us Surrey folk have a lot of choice when it …
  • Dozens of Surrey restaurants make it into Harden's best restaurant guide 2017 12 Jul 2020 02:50 GetSurrey Harden's has released it's Best UK Restaurants 2017 guide - and more than a dozen eateries in Surrey feature in it. The book now in its 26th edition, is driven by a survey using reviews from members of the public and lists everything from the best …
  • Two luxury Surrey hotels to reopen with huge list of safety measures 11 Jun 2020 00:44 Get Surrey Alexander Hotels has announced it will reopen its two luxury Surrey properties this summer. The boutique hotel group that looks after Great Fosters in Egham and Barnett Hill in Guildford anticipates to reopen both sites on July 4. As well as opening the …
  • 58 places in Surrey everyone should visit when life is back to normal 18 Apr 2020 06:22 Get Surrey Those few miles around your home you're able to cycle, run or walk while keeping to the current lockdown rules are perhaps getting a little tiresome. While everyone still needs to do their bit to help protect the NHS by only going out for exercise or …
  • Eight afternoon tea locations that are perfect to book for Mother's Day 18 Feb 2020 10:38 Wales Online Mother's Day is fast approaching and it's the one time of year you can treat your mum and say a massive thanks for everything she does for you and your family. Why not treat your mum to a spot of afternoon tea? To help you decide on a location, we …
  • Yorkshire woman weaves a career out of Britsh wool 01 Jan 2020 19:47 Yorkshire Post Three years ago Adriana Gentile set up her own homewares business for wool products. Catherine Scott reports. Weaving is Adriana Gentile’s DNA. Her great-grandad used to make looms and now she has set up her own business in a former textile mill in Leeds. …
  • Best wedding venues in Surrey for 2020 17 Dec 2019 12:52 Evening Standard You don't have to stray far from London to find country barns and castle grandeur.  An hour or so from the capital is Surrey, sitting pretty to the southeast of London.  We asked Hamish Shephard, founder of wedding planning app Bridebook, for his …
  • 20 cosy pubs and restaurants in Surrey serving mulled wine this winter - including prices 24 Nov 2019 08:40 Get Surrey Lazy afternoons spent in the pub garden with a G&T in hand have become a distant memory as we now huddle indoors to escape the winter chill. Thankfully, some pubs and restaurants in Surrey are making the most of those long, dreary evenings by serving …
  • The 21 fine dining restaurants in Surrey with AA Rosettes 19 Oct 2019 15:06 Get Surrey The 27th edition of the AA Restaurant Guide has been published and it features 21 eateries in Surrey. Inspected for culinary excellence, these selected restaurants are not your average dining spots, think dress codes, taster menus and a lengthy waiting …