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· December, 2005

Stories about Guyana from December, 2005

Guyana: A reptile at the bank

While waiting in line at the bank, Guyana-Gyal gets the chance to touch an iguana for the first time.

A conversation with Guyana-gyal

“I GON TELL YOU stories, true, true stories. Like me gran'pa and me nanee and cha cha used to do, and they ancestors too. Take half, leave half, cry or...

Caribbean: R.I.P. Kerry Packer

Ryan Naraine and Richard Jobity remember Kerry Packer, the Australian media baron whose controversial World Series Cricket tournament was a key factor in the development of West Indies cricket. Packer,...

Guyana: Wine not rum?

MediaCritic considers a senior government official's assertion that he favors red wine a slap in the face of the Guyanese rum industry.

Selections from the Caribbean blogosphere

Barbados – Campfyah, writing from Caracas, fills us in on some of his Christmas activities and Barbados's participation in an international Christmas charity fair. – In a post which sparks...

The talk in the Caribbean blogosphere

I'm writing this post on December 1st, which is also World AIDS Day. There were 24,000 AIDS-related deaths in the Caribbean this year, and as Abeni of St. Vincent &...

Caribbean: “Why We Hate Homosexuals So Much”

Alien In The Caribbean digs deep to find the roots of homophobia in the Caribbean.

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