Hits: 233 Created on 16 September 2016 Written by Caldwell Taylor Category: CULTURE AND ENTERTAINMENT
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BAI BUREH'S PEOPLE COME HOME TO CARRIACOU: "FOR TRUE, TIME IS REALLY LONGER THAN ROPE"

Bai Bureh (1840-1908) was the fearless Temne fighter who led the 1898 war against British colonialism in Northern Sierra Leone, and, no joke, in the course of his fight he offered a one thousand pound reward for the capture of the British Governor of the territory! The offer was proclaimed in response to the Governor's call for Bureh's capture; this call came with a one hundred pound sterling bounty to anyone who provided information that led to the capture of the rebel leader. Bureh was finally taken and was exiled. The hero returned to his country in 1903, and he died in 1908.

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Hits: 169 Created on 31 August 2016 Written by NEWS AMERICAS NOW Category: CULTURE AND ENTERTAINMENT
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SOME OF NEW YORK'S FINEST AGAIN VOICE HATE FOR WEST INDIAN DAY CARNIVAL
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Hits: 273 Created on 17 August 2016 Written by ALLYDAY Category: CULTURE AND ENTERTAINMENT
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NETHERLANDS INSURANCE SOBER-UP ZONE IN DEMAND

St. George -- The 2016 Carnival Season heralded the introduction of Netherlands Insurance Sober-up Zone. Originally scheduled to be operate at three carnival season events, (10 -10, Preeday & Extreme White), the Sober- up Zone was compelled to almost double its attendance portfolio due to popular demand.

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Hits: 263 Created on 15 August 2016 Written by George Category: CULTURE AND ENTERTAINMENT
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MWEN KA ALE
Grenada's French-lexicon Creole, the very first language of an enslaved people
brought from the African continent to Grenada's shores, was widely spoken on the
island until the 1930s. Yet, currently, in 2016, the number of speakers of this
language has dwindled to a tiny group of elderly men and women. Given the paucity
of research done on Grenada's French-lexicon Creole, Mwen Ka Alé responds to the
urgent need to secure a place for this language in the annals of Grenada's history.
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Hits: 237 Created on 10 August 2016 Written by GIS Category: CULTURE AND ENTERTAINMENT
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PRIME MINISTER COMMENDS RGPF AND NATION FOR SAFE CARNIVAL SEASON

ST. GEORGE -- The Prime Minister and Minister of National Security, Dr. Keith Mitchell, has commended Commissioner of Police, Winston James, and the Royal Grenada Police Force for their concerted effort in maintaining the stability and order of the Nation during the 2016 carnival season.

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