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Sylum Inspiration: Warrick Calhoun

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Sylum: Co-Leader Born Warrick Calhoun in 1687 AD, in Port Royal, the third child in a family of seven. His father, William Calhoun a free black man, took his family to the small island of Jamaica to keep them free … Continue reading
          

Port-Of-Spain Has Been Designated A UNESCO City Of Music!

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Port-of-Spain is now officially a UNESCO Creative City of Music. The Mayor of the capital of Trinidad and Tobago made the announcement at a ceremony on Tuesday morning. “Port of Spain has been designated a UNESCO Creative City of Music! Our Capital City now joins 180 countries including Kingston, Jamaica and Nassau, Bahamas under this designation!” declared Mayor Joel Martinez. The Mayor said it is not difficult to see why […]
          

Doyle’s Café Auctions Off Historic Memorabilia After Closing Down In October

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Less than two weeks after shutting down, Doyle’s Cafe in Jamaica Plain auctioned off everything it owned.
          

P wie Patois ODER «Ich versteh nur Bahnhof»

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Der Beitrag P wie Patois ODER «Ich versteh nur Bahnhof» erschien zuerst auf Touchin' Jamaica.

Lesezeit: 4 Minuten Auf Jamaika werden zwei Landessprachen gesprochen: Englisch und Jamaican Patois. Versteht ihr nicht? Dann ist dieser Beitrag eure Pflichtlektüre für die nächste Jamaikareise!

Der Beitrag P wie Patois ODER «Ich versteh nur Bahnhof» erschien zuerst auf Touchin' Jamaica.


          

Fried Fish Escovitch – Bratfisch auf Jamaikanisch

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Der Beitrag Fried Fish Escovitch – Bratfisch auf Jamaikanisch erschien zuerst auf Touchin' Jamaica.

Lesezeit: 2 Minuten Escovitch ist auf Jamaika eine der beliebtesten Arten, Fisch zuzubereiten. Die Zubereitungsweise mit gebratenem Fisch erinnert sehr an unseren heimischen Brathering. Dieses jamaikanische Fischgericht könnt ihr mit unserem Rezept nun ganz leicht daheim nachkochen.

Der Beitrag Fried Fish Escovitch – Bratfisch auf Jamaikanisch erschien zuerst auf Touchin' Jamaica.


          

De Ma Mere Jamaica

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CWI and WIPA partner for player development seminar

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ST. JOHN’S, Antigua - Cricket West Indies (CWI) and the West Indies Players Association (WIPA) have once again partnered to educate and assist regional cricketers, this time via a personal and professional development seminar.

This event will be held simultaneously in St. Kitts and Trinidad on Tuesday, November 5, 2019, where the Colonial Medical Insurance Super50 Cup is being played. The seminar will take the format of two (2) segments during which various topics will be discussed with the cricketers. The six (6) Territorial Board Franchises who fall under the CWI umbrella will benefit from this event; Barbados, Jamaica, Guyana, Trinidad & Tobago, the Leeward Islands and the Windward Islands along with the two additional squads from the, Combined Campuses and Colleges and the West Indies Emerging Team, will all be involved.

Segment one focuses on:

  • Importance of Fitness & Conditioning
  • Nutrition
  • Concussion Management

Segment two focuses on:

  • The MOU between CWI and WIPA
  • Financial Management
  • WIPA’s Player Welfare and Education Online Platform

CWI and WIPA chose the CMI Super50 Cup as the perfect platform to access all the professional players to educate them on pertinent areas in sport that would assist them in making better choices in their personal and professional lives.

CWI Chief Executive Officer Johnny Grave commented on the seminar, saying, “This is a fantastic new initiative that will directly engage all of our professional players in subjects that will impact their playing careers.  It will be a great opportunity for players to answer questions and hopefully everyone will end the day with a better understanding of how our professional cricket system operates. We are looking forward to hearing the players’ feedback and we very much hope that it becomes an annual CWI and WIPA event.”

Likewise his counterpart at WIPA, Wavell Hinds expressed his thoughts on the event, “As we continue to provide elite services to our members and the general player group, we are really pleased to be partnering with CWI in executing this player development seminar. We believe it will be of tremendous benefit to our players and both organizations and we look forward to continuing to equip our players to be their best selves on and off the field.”

 


          

Recovering Powell wants to make impact with Scorpions

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Almost back to full fitness after an injury setback during the Caribbean Premier League weeks ago, side-lined West Indies all-rounder Rovman Powell is anxious to make an impact during the Regional Super50 cricket tournament.

And he has added responsibility, named captain of Jamaica Scorpions as they look to win the regional 50-over competition for the first time in over a decade.

The Super50 tournament is set to run from November 6 to December 1.

The Scorpions, scheduled to leave the island on Monday, will be based in St Kitts for Zone A preliminary stage action, pitted against title holders Combined Campuses and Colleges Marooners, Barbados Pride, Leeward Islands Hurricanes and Canada.

Read more at the Jamaica Observer 


          

Moe’s Southwest Grill Ensures Food Safety Requirements with Online ServSafe Integration

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Moe’s Southwest Grill is a fast-casual brand with more than 700 locations throughout the United States and Jamaica. Except for four locations, Moe’s is almost completely franchised and works with a diverse group of 158 franchisees.

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Operations in Afghanistan: Household Division Fatalities

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The East Kent Branch honour and respect the dedicated service and sacrifice of all service personnel who have served on Operation HERRICK.
 
We mourn the deaths of all service personnel who have died while serving in Afghanistan since the start of operations in October 2001. A full list of names of the dead can be found on the Ministry of Defence website - CLICK HERE.
 
The Ministry of Defence also publishes casualty figures for Operation HERRICK. These figures are updated monthly, two weeks in arrears. To see that detail, CLICK HERE.

Household Division Fatalities

This page records the names of those members of the Household Division who sadly find themselves upon those lists:
     

Lance Corporal Duane Groom of The Queen's Company, 1st Battalion Grenadier Guards who was killed in action on Friday 14 September 2012 when his vehicle struck an Improvised Explosive Device in the Nahr-e Saraj district of Helmand Province.


Guardsman Karl Whittle of The Queen's Company, 1st Battalion Grenadier Guards who died in Queen Elizabeth Hospital on 7 September 2012 having sustained gunshot wounds when his checkpoint was attacked by insurgents in the Nahr-e Saraj District of Helmand Province on 14 August 2012.

Guardsman Jamie Shadrake of the 1st Battalion Grenadier Guards who died of gunshot wounds on Friday 17 August 2012 when his checkpoint was attacked by insurgents in the Nahr-e Saraj District of Helmand province.

Guardsman Craig Andrew Roderick and Guardsman Apete Saunikalou Ratumaiyale Tuisovurua of the 1st Battalion Welsh Guards, who along with Warrant Officer Class 2 Leonard Perran Thomas of the Royal Corps of Signals, were killed on Sunday 1 July 2012 in a small arms fire incident at Checkpoint Kamparack Pul in the Nahr-e Saraj district of Helmand province.

Lance Corporal James Thomas Duane Ashworth from the 1st Battalion Grenadier Guards was killed in Afghanistan on Wednesday, 13 June 2012. He was the 14th Grenadier Guardsman to have been awarded the Victoria Cross.

Lance Corporal Lee Thomas Davies, 1st Battalion Welsh Guards, who along with Corporal Brent John McCarthy, Royal Air Force, was killed by small arms fire while deployed as part of a Police Advisory Team to attend a meeting at the local Afghan Uniform Police headquarters near Patrol Base Attal in the Lashkar Gah district of Helmand province on Saturday, 12 May 2012.

Guardsman Michael Roland, 1st Battalion Grenadier Guards, was fatally wounded during an exchange of small arms fire whilst deployed with his company on a three-day operation to disrupt insurgent activity in a contested area in the north of Nahr-e Saraj district on Friday, 27 April 2012.

Colour Sergeant Alan Cameron (Senior) from 1st Battalion Scots Guards died on 31 March 2011 as a result of wounds he received in Afghanistan on Wednesday, 13 April 2010.

Major Matthew James Collins and Lance Sergeant Mark Terence Burgan from 1st Battalion Irish Guards were killed by an improvised explosive device after returning from an operation in support of an Afghan National Army Company alongside C Company of the Danish Battle Group to disrupt insurgent activity and search compounds of interest in the Nahr-e Saraj District of Helmand Province in Afghanistan on Wednesday, 23 March 2011.

Guardsman Christopher Davies, from the 1st Battalion Irish Guards, serving with Combined Force Nahr-e Saraj (North), was killed when he was hit by small arms fire while conducting a patrol in Nahr-e Saraj (North), Helmand province, on Wednesday, 17 November 2010.

Lance Sergeant Dale Alanzo McCallum of 1st Battalion Scots Guards, serving as part of Combined Force Lashkar Gah, was killed by small arms fire in the Lashkar Gah district of Helmand province on Sunday, 1 August 2010.

Lance Corporal Stephen Daniel Monkhouse from 1st Battalion Scots Guards, who along with Corporal Matthew James Stenton from The Royal Dragoon Guards, was killed by small arms fire, north of Lashkar Gah Afghanistan, on Wednesday, 21 July 2010.

Guardsman Michael Sweeney from 1st Battalion Coldstream Guards was killed as a result of an explosion that happened in the Babaji district of central Helmand province on Thursday, 1 April 2010.

Lance Corporal of Horse Jonathan Woodgate from the Household Cavalry Regiment, serving as part of the Brigade Reconnaissance Force, was killed by a grenade attack on the afternoon of Friday, 26 March 2010.

Lance Sergeant David 'Davey' Walker, of 1st Battalion Scots Guards, was killed as a result of enemy fire in northern Nad' Ali on 18 February 2010.

Lieutenant Douglas Dalzell, of 1st Battalion Coldstream Guards, was killed as a result of an explosion during Operation MOSHTARAK in the Babaji area of Nahr-e-Saraj in central Helmand on Thursday, 18 February 2010.

Lance Sergeant Dave Greenhalgh, from 1st Battalion Grenadier Guards, was killed when his vehicle was struck by an improvised explosive device, near Lashkar Gah, Helmand province, on Saturday, 13 February 2010.

Lance Corporal Darren Hicks from 1st Battalion Coldstream Guards was killed as a result of an explosion in the Babaji district of central Helmand province, Afghanistan on Thursday, 11 February 2010.

Acting Sergeant John Paxton Amer of 1st Battalion Coldstream Guards died from wounds sustained as a result of an explosion that happened in the Babaji area of central Helmand province on 30 November 2009.

Warrant Officer Class 1 Darren Chant, Sergeant Matthew Telford and Guardsman James Major, all of the 1st Battalion The Grenadier Guards, along with Acting Corporal Steven Boote and Corporal Nicholas Webster-Smith, both of the Royal Military Police were killed as a result of gunshot wounds sustained in an attack at a police checkpoint in the Nad e-Ali district of Helmand province on Tuesday, 3 November 2009.

Lance Corporal James Hill of 1st Battalion Coldstream Guards was killed as a result of an explosion near Camp Bastion in Helmand Province on Thursday, 8 October 2009.

Guardsman Jamie Janes, of the 1st Battalion Grenadier Guards, was killed as a result of an explosion that happened whilst on a foot patrol near to Nad e-Ali district centre in central Helmand province on Monday, 5 October 2009.

Guardsman Christopher King, of 1st Battalion Coldstream Guards, was killed following an improvised explosive device explosion in the Nad e-Ali district, Helmand province, on 22 July 2009.

Lance Corporal Dane Elson from the 1st Battalion Welsh Guards was killed in Afghanistan on 5 July 2009.

Lieutenant Colonel Rupert Thorneloe MBE, Commanding Officer of the 1st Battalion Welsh Guards, who along with Trooper Joshua Hammond of the 2nd Royal Tank Regiment was killed by an explosion whilst on convoy along the Shamalan Canal, near Lashkar Gah, in Helmand province, Afghanistan, on Wednesday, 1 July 2009.

Major Sean Birchall, from the 1st Battalion Welsh Guards, was killed in by an explosion whilst on patrol in Basharan, near Lashkar Gah, in Helmand province, Afghanistan on 19 June 2009.

Lieutenant Mark Lawrence Evison of 1st Battalion Welsh Guards died of wounds sustained in Afghanistan at Selly Oak Hospital in Birmingham on 12 May 2009.

Lance Sergeant Tobie Fasfous from 1st Battalion Welsh Guards was killed in Afghanistan on 28 April 2009.

Trooper James Munday, from D Squadron, the Household Cavalry Regiment (HCR), was killed in southern Afghanistan on 15 October 2008.

Trooper Ratu Sakeasi Babakobau of the Household Cavalry Regiment was killed in Helmand, Afghanistan, on 2 May 2008.

Guardsman David Atherton from the 1st Battalion Grenadier Guards was killed in southern Afghanistan on Thursday, 26 July 2007.

Guardsman Daryl Hickey from the 1st Battalion Grenadier Guards was killed in southern Afghanistan on Thursday, 12 July 2007. Gdsm Hickey was part of a fire team providing covering fire as others in his platoon assaulted a Taliban position.

Guardsman Neil 'Tony' Downes was killed on Saturday, 9 June 2007 when his vehicle was hit by an explosion on a patrol with the Afghan National Army close to the town of Sangin in Helmand province, Afghanistan.

Guardsman Daniel Probyn from 1st Battalion the Grenadier Guards died on Saturday, 26 May 2007 following an overnight operation in Garmsir, southern Afghanistan.

Guardsman Simon Davison, 1st Battalion Grenadier Guards was killed by small arms fire in the town of Garmsir on Thursday, 3 May 2007.

Lance Corporal Sean Tansey from The Life Guards was killed in an accident at a UK military base in Northern Helmand province on the afternoon of Saturday, 12 August 2006.

Second Lieutenant Ralph Johnson, who along with Captain Alex Eida and Lance Corporal Ross Nicholls was killed following an incident involving insurgent forces in northern Helmand Province on the morning of Tuesday, 1 August 2006.

          

Profil Negara Jamaika (Jamaica)

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Profil Negara Jamaika (Jamaica) – Jamaika adalah sebuah negara pulau yang terletak di laut Karibia, benua Amerika Utara. Jamaika yang secara astronomisnya berada di antara 17°-19°LU dan 76°-79°BB ini merupakan pulau terbesar ketiga di Laut Karibia [...]

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The Kids Are All Right

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A second generation returns to run one of Richmond’s restaurant empires.

Kyle Healy remembers the exact moment he decided to move home to be closer to his parents and siblings.

Driving back to New York from a happy family vacation, Kyle’s wife, entrepreneur Naa-Sakle Akuete said, “You know, I’m self-employed so I can work anywhere. The only thing keeping us from moving to Richmond is you.”

And Healy thought, she’s right. Let’s do it.

The moment is remarkable because Healy, at age 34, was leaving a 10-year career that began with interning and then producing for comedian and late-night host Stephen Colbert. And for what? To come to Richmond and run a restaurant. 

Granted, it’s not just any restaurant. It’s the Housepitality Family’s collection of Boathouse and Casa del Barco locations, Richmond institutions started by Kevin Healy 32 years ago when he bought the Sunday Park restaurant in Midlothian. 

Healy has built one of Richmond’s most successful restaurant empires. Housepitality Family now operates eight restaurants, including two that opened last month. The restaurants are full of repeat customers. Employees stay for years, sometimes decades. 

At the beginning of September, Kyle joined his brother Colin and sister Paige to begin taking over the Housepitality Family business. The debut of Island Shrimp Co., their new tropical food spot in Chesterfield, shows that a former comedy producer, a musician and an outdoor leadership trainer can not only run a restaurant empire, they might even do it better than dad. 

The Healys will become Richmond’s first family of the restaurant world — operating one of the largest restaurant groups in the city, and among the few moving into second-generation management.

The Prodigal Daughter

Paige, 32, was the first of the family to return home.

Those who knew her growing up describe her as an energetic tomboy, busing tables at Sunday Park. With an athletic build and loose blond hair, Paige is constantly in motion. She majored in outdoor education and leadership, with a minor in ceramics. The ceramics eventually won out. 

“I’ve always been very passionately creative,” she says. “I wanted more opportunity for creativity and the Rocketts Landing location had just opened. Suddenly my dad went from a single restaurant owner to a team.”

This team of people was doing events, working on operations and opening new locations, she says. “The team concept was very interesting because there was a creative aspect: What does the menu look like? How do we keep enhancing it, how do we keep locations feeling the same? I knew I wanted to add to it.” 

In early 2013, Paige left her job at a nonprofit in Wyoming and got serious about food. She moved to Italy and attended culinary school. In 2015 she returned to Richmond with an Italian husband, Gregorio Spinzo, who now runs Dinner in the Field. 

“I didn’t think any of them would come back,” says Deana Chiocca, who has tended and managed the bars at Sunday Park (and Rocketts) since before Healy bought the place, when Paige was barely a toddler.

“They were always around, and they would help out wherever they could,” Chiocca remembers. “But then Paige had a good thing going out West. Kyle went up to New York and Comedy Central — how do you leave that? And Colin is so passionate about his music. Kevin and Peggy always encouraged them to make their own choices.” 

Dad may have encouraged independence, but he was elated at Paige’s return.

“It’s every parent’s dream,” he says. “Friends would say, ‘You want your kids to take over, but Paige is majoring in outdoor leadership,’ and I’d say, ‘Gee, sounds like management to me, it’s perfect.’” 

The Musician

Colin had stayed in Richmond, holding down his half of Colin & Caroline, a music duo he started with high-school sweetheart, now wife, Caroline Mauck. 

The two made some local headlines when pop star Kesha tweeted their cover of her song “Die Young” to her more than 3 million followers and they become YouTube darlings, their music featured on the Netflix show, “13 Reasons Why.”

But Colin began realizing a few years ago that while he could never abandon music, he wanted a more stable income than online music downloads. Now 29, he had been working off and on at the restaurants since he was 12, also doing some graphic design and recording work. The two also occasionally play in Boathouse restaurants. 

“A lot of people consider the restaurant industry risky,” Colin says. “But when you’re coming into it from the music industry, it feels pretty safe.”

A musician with a quiet, almost dreamy demeanor and a perpetual soft smile may not seem obviously destined for the financial arm of the business, but his father saw it differently.

“Colin was our youngest, the first to grow up with all the technology,” Kevin says. “And in business now, programs and computers are what’s driving back-end operations. He’s a whiz at this stuff.”

When Housepitality installed a new accounting software program two years ago, Dad offered Colin an opportunity to join the company full time. He spent six months immersed in learning and implementing the new program, then moved to overseeing the financial team.  

When Kyle mentioned a few months ago that he was seriously considering moving to Richmond, his family sensed a tectonic shift.

“The pull of a family business is strong,” Kyle says. “And after 10 years of doing anything, if it’s not as exciting to you as the day you started, it’s time to look around. I was appreciating my family more and more, and we decided that if we moved to Richmond we could have something really special.” 

Paige felt it too. “We all have different superpowers, and when we come together we are like Captain Planet,” she says.

“We’ve been trying to get my brother to move down for 10 years,” Colin says. “The three of us are a very strong unit. We’re about to kick into high gear here because we are all back together.” 

Kyle’s take on the superpower reunion invites a laugh.

“Hopefully they like having me back down here,” he says. “They always said they missed me so now we can put that to the test.” 

New management style

The Housepitality Family’s success has been based less on creative cutting-edge food and more on Healy’s early training in chain restaurant management and his ability to anticipate trends. For example, he located the Boathouse at Rocketts Landing far before the area was trendy. As the first retail business, it pulled in other development.

Healy is an operations specialist who loves checklists and extensive training programs, making sure that every guest’s experience — from the garnish on an oyster sampler plate to the polished front door to the dining room music settings —is exactly right and exactly the same each time. 

“Checklists are a good example of how to create efficiencies to run a better business,” says Matthew Adler, a former chef and now owner of MRA Culinary Solutions consulting firm in Washington “That’s more important today because restaurant profitability is lower than ever.”

Rising labor costs and shortages are now the biggest challenge to food service profitability, but Housepitality’s newest restaurant, Island Shrimp Co., introduces some trendy solutions for running a sit-down restaurant with fewer staff. 

For example, guests can slip a colored coaster-sized card into a wire stand to catch a server’s attention. And they fill out their own orders on pre-printed paper menus. These small tweaks help each server manage a greater number of tables, while maintaining a high level of service for guests.

Adler says that good management right now is about operating any food establishment using less labor.

“This can involve maximizing technology, like a guest orders through an iPad, electronic order system or orders through an app ahead of time,” Adler says. “That reduces that touch point and having to pay an hourly rate to someone.” 

Another trend evident in Island Shrimp’s design is architectural — the use of freight containers in the building. Freight containers are a modern and sustainable building material gaining traction in London, New York and other major cities, but firsts for Richmond.  

The Island Shrimp team also went on research trips to taste dishes on menus from Hawaii to Jamaica. 

“I don’t know anyone else who does that, sends the chef traveling,” says Bryan Gradwell, who has been the Performance Food Group’s salesman for the Boarthouse for 20 years. “In the early days, Kevin would take all the employees up to D.C. or somewhere to try out different restaurants for a day. Kevin is always looking ahead, into the future.” 

What’s interesting is that Island Shrimp’s smart, trendy details didn’t come from the Healy patriarch.

“My dad said, ‘Let’s open a place based on shrimp, it’s the number one seafood seller,’” Paige says. “And then he totally gave it to me. It was the right time for me to take the reins. I was hungry for it.” 

A steady transition

The kids are ready to jump in, but the ownership transition will be slow.

At age 65, Healy isn’t ready to fully back away just yet. Partly because his heirs, especially newcomer Kyle, still have a lot to learn. Kyle is tall, like his dad, and he has his dad’s deadpan sense of humor. He’s coming up to speed by rotating through all the restaurant departments, including serving, hosting and bartending. 

“I always thought bartending was about mixing and serving drinks,” he says. “I never realized how much of it is wiping. Wiping and cleaning.” 

Colin is the chief financial officer and Paige is the chief creative officer. Kyle jokingly titles himself trainee-in-chief.

“This is the first time I’ve worked with my siblings professionally and it’s given me a whole new way to appreciate them, not just as a nice brother and sister but as savvy businesspeople,” he says. “Every time I walk into one of the spaces Paige has designed, I’m blown away. And watching Colin go through the week’s financials, talking about cost of goods sold, profit and loss, I can’t believe this is my little brother.” 

Another reason for a gradual transition of ownership is that the family wants to craft a business agreement that gives Healy back the value he has invested in the business. In other words, the kids must earn the company — it’s not a free lunch. 

Healy also wants to make sure there are no surprises for his longtime management team, for whom the average tenure is 17 plus years. 

“I don’t plan to be less involved,” Healy says. “I just intend for the kids to be more involved.”

So far, many at Housepitality sound downright excited. 

“We’ve all been very impressed,” says Deana Chiocca. “I see more of Paige than the others and she is just fantastic. Her vision and design have really taken hold. How could Kevin and Peggy not be proud? Your kids go off and do their thing and then come back.” 

Apparently, the family that works together stays together. The Healys not only share a business, but they and their spouses plan to continue their tradition of taking a big family vacation together every year. Healy echoes his children’s enthusiasm when he talks about what the future holds. 

“I’ve been doing this for a long time, but now I kind of feel like our group is only just getting going. There are so many possibilities and so many directions we can go. It’s very exciting.” 


          

Barnstable County Inmates Referred to ICE - October 2019

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From the Office of Barnstable County Sheriff Jim Cummings:

Through the BCSO’s partnership with the Department of Homeland Security, Immigration and Customs Enforcement Office and specially trained Sheriff’s deputies, the following Barnstable County Correctional Facility inmates have been identified as likely residing in the United States without authorization and the BCSO has provided information on these individuals to ICE for further action.

All questions related to the immigration status of any individuals referred by the BCSO should be addressed directly to the Immigrations & Customs Enforcement in Boston:  Email: Boston.Outreach@ice.dhs.gov or Phone: (781) 359-7500

  1. 67 year old male of Jamaica @ BCCF 10/28/19 – present: Trafficking In Cocaine, 200 GR or More, Conspiracy To violate Drug Law
  2. 57 year old male of Haiti @ BCCF 10/17/19 – 10/18/19: A&B On Family/ Household Member
  3. 20 year old male of Jamaica @BCCF 10/15/19 – present: A&B, Accost/Annoy Another Person x2
  4. 33 year old male of Argentina @ BCCF 10/27/19 – 10/28/19: OUI 2nd Offense

          

Education / Teaching: MATH TEACHERS WANTED IN ENGLAND FROM JANUARY AND SEPTEMBER 2020 - Houston, Texas

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Join a wonderful math teaching program called Quantum Scholars which is supported and funded by the UK Government's Department for Education. The program recruits the very best math teacher talent from the USA, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, Jamaica and South Africa. As part of the program, math teachers can also expect tremendous support and an acclimatisation week of training prior to beginning a contract. We are recruiting for math teachers to begin employment from either January 2020 or September 2020 with financial rewards of your flight to England reimbursed up to $900. Math teachers are assured of a school that compliments their experience and skill-set and also provides them with exceptional support, both in and out of the classroom. As a certified middle or high school math teacher from the USA, you are automatically recognised as a fully qualified teacher in England, meaning you won't need to take any additional qualifications in order to teach. What do our current Quantum Scholars think of the program? Kayleigh - Maths Teacher 'I would definitely recommend Quantum Scholars to anyone looking to teach in England. The entire experience has been great and I am really enjoying teaching in the UK. The school I work in has been a great fit for me and my personality as well as my experiences in the USA.' Alex - Maths Teacher 'They are prompt, effective communicators that are eager to support you through the process. They are extremely supportive and informative and make an intimidating process seem easy. It is a great program where the representatives are excited to help you with the transition.' Amy - Maths Teacher 'The advice I received when making a decision to accept my position was extremely honest and helpful. The process of securing a math teaching position in England was made so much easier by working with Quantum Scholars. I received honest feedback and was helped every step of the way with advice and answers to every question I had!' ()
          

One dead in double shooting on American Legion Highway in Roslindale

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Victim identified as Pasqual Casiano, 41, of Jamaica Plain.

Boston Police report two men were shot at 581 American Legion Highway, near Canterbury Street around 2 p.m. Read more.

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Balloons Hit Fiction From Jamaicas Calabash Writers Workshop

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Other: TEACH SCIENCE IN ENGLAND FROM JANUARY OR SEPTEMBER 2020! - Fort Worth, Texas

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Science teachers in the USA are highly encouraged to join a wonderful teaching program called Quantum Scholars which is supported and funded by the UK Government's Department for Education. This is a wonderful opportunity to teach abroad in England! For three years we have recruited the very best science teaching talent from the USA, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, Jamaica and South Africa. Come and visit Quantum Scholars at the Regional NSTA Conference in Seattle where we will be presenting and exhibiting on December 12-14. We are looking for middle or high school science teachers who specialise in physics, chemistry or biology that are available to teach in England from January 2020 or September 2020. There are also financial rewards on offer with flights reimbursed to England up to $900. Science teachers can expect tremendous support during the relocation and visa phase and an acclimatisation week of training prior to beginning your science teaching contract. As you teach in England, you'll be assured of a school that compliments your experience and skill-set and also provides you with exceptional support, both in and out of the classroom. As a certified science teacher from the USA, you are automatically recognised as a fully qualified teacher in England, meaning you won't need to take any additional qualifications in order to teach. ()
          

Education / Teaching: MATH TEACHERS WANTED IN ENGLAND FROM JANUARY AND SEPTEMBER 2020 - Houston, Texas

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Join a wonderful math teaching program called Quantum Scholars which is supported and funded by the UK Government's Department for Education. The program recruits the very best math teacher talent from the USA, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, Jamaica and South Africa. As part of the program, math teachers can also expect tremendous support and an acclimatisation week of training prior to beginning a contract. We are recruiting for math teachers to begin employment from either January 2020 or September 2020 with financial rewards of your flight to England reimbursed up to $900. Math teachers are assured of a school that compliments their experience and skill-set and also provides them with exceptional support, both in and out of the classroom. As a certified middle or high school math teacher from the USA, you are automatically recognised as a fully qualified teacher in England, meaning you won't need to take any additional qualifications in order to teach. What do our current Quantum Scholars think of the program? Kayleigh - Maths Teacher 'I would definitely recommend Quantum Scholars to anyone looking to teach in England. The entire experience has been great and I am really enjoying teaching in the UK. The school I work in has been a great fit for me and my personality as well as my experiences in the USA.' Alex - Maths Teacher 'They are prompt, effective communicators that are eager to support you through the process. They are extremely supportive and informative and make an intimidating process seem easy. It is a great program where the representatives are excited to help you with the transition.' Amy - Maths Teacher 'The advice I received when making a decision to accept my position was extremely honest and helpful. The process of securing a math teaching position in England was made so much easier by working with Quantum Scholars. I received honest feedback and was helped every step of the way with advice and answers to every question I had!' ()
          

Frozen Rope (Rebroadcast) - 19 August 2019

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Where would you find a sports commentator talking about high cheese and ducks on a pond? Here's a hint: both terms are part of what make the language of America’s pastime so colorful. And: a government official in New Zealand proposes a new, more respectful term for someone with autism. Plus, the roots of that beloved Jamaican export, reggae music. Also, hang a snowman, goat rodeo, jimson weed, work-brickle vs. work-brittle, OK vs. okay, and banana bag.

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Professions: Warehouse Sorter - Jamaica Plain, Massachusetts

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Warehouse Team Member (Seasonal, Part-Time, Flexible Hours) Shifts: Over-night, Day, Twilight, Weekend Earn up to a $500 bonus if you sign up for 8-9 sorts, or up to a $1,000 bonus if you sign up for 10 sorts. Receive half of your bonus after you've worked for 30 days, and the remainder on 12/28/2019. Must be in good standing at the time of the payout (cannot exceed 4.5 attendance points ). Must start working between 10/20/2019 and 11/28/2019. Location Stoughton Job opportunities vary by location. We update postings daily with open positions. Salary Minimum $15.25/hr Job Description Find the right Amazon opportunity for you this holiday season. SORT CENTERS --- It's no small job to get every order from click to customer door. Our sort centers are the first stop on the journey from the warehouse. You'll be up on your feet moving and sorting packages between trucks. Part-time opportunities, with a consistent schedule of 25-35 hours per week. Apply now. No resume. No interview. Complete your application, pick a hiring event and start date, and get ready to start earning.Candidates must be 18 years or older and be able to stand/walk for extended periods of time, frequently push, pull, squat, bend and reach, and lift up to 49 lbs, with or without reasonable accommodation. Amazon is an Equal Opportunity Employer --- Minority / Women / Disability / Veteran / Gender Identity / Sexual Orientation / AgePandoLogic.Category: Logistics, Keywords: Warehouse Worker ()
          

MATH TEACHERS WANTED IN ENGLAND FROM JANUARY AND SEPTEMBER 2020

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Join a wonderful math teaching program called Quantum Scholars which is supported and funded by the UK Government's Department for Education.

The program recruits the very best math teacher talent from the USA, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, Jamaica and South Africa.

As part of the program, math teachers can also expect tremendous support and an acclimatisation week of training prior to beginning a contract.

We are recruiting for math teachers to begin employment from either January 2020 or September 2020 with financial rewards of your flight to England reimbursed up to $900.

Math teachers are assured of a school that compliments their experience and skill-set and also provides them with exceptional support, both in and out of the classroom.

As a certified middle or high school math teacher from the USA, you are automatically recognised as a fully qualified teacher in England, meaning you won't need to take any additional qualifications in order to teach.

What do our current Quantum Scholars think of the program?

Kayleigh - Maths Teacher

'I would definitely recommend Quantum Scholars to anyone looking to teach in England. The entire experience has been great and I am really enjoying teaching in the UK. The school I work in has been a great fit for me and my personality as well as my experiences in the USA.'

Alex - Maths Teacher

'They are prompt, effective communicators that are eager to support you through the process. They are extremely supportive and informative and make an intimidating process seem easy. It is a great program where the representatives are excited to help you with the transition.'

Amy - Maths Teacher

'The advice I received when making a decision to accept my position was extremely honest and helpful. The process of securing a math teaching position in England was made so much easier by working with Quantum Scholars. I received honest feedback and was helped every step of the way with advice and answers to every question I had!'
          

flor de jamaica - re-zetas.com

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lava la flor de jamaica con el chorro de agua fria. en una olla pon a hervir un litro de agua. pon la flor de jamaica en cuanto empiece a hervir y...

[vea receta completa]

          

TEACH SCIENCE IN ENGLAND FROM JANUARY OR SEPTEMBER 2020!

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Science teachers in the USA are highly encouraged to join a wonderful teaching program called Quantum Scholars which is supported and funded by the UK Government's Department for Education. This is a wonderful opportunity to teach abroad in England!

For three years we have recruited the very best science teaching talent from the USA, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, Jamaica and South Africa.

Come and visit Quantum Scholars at the Regional NSTA Conference in Seattle where we will be presenting and exhibiting on December 12-14.

We are looking for middle or high school science teachers who specialise in physics, chemistry or biology that are available to teach in England from January 2020 or September 2020.

There are also financial rewards on offer with flights reimbursed to England up to $900.

Science teachers can expect tremendous support during the relocation and visa phase and an acclimatisation week of training prior to beginning your science teaching contract.

As you teach in England, you'll be assured of a school that compliments your experience and skill-set and also provides you with exceptional support, both in and out of the classroom.

As a certified science teacher from the USA, you are automatically recognised as a fully qualified teacher in England, meaning you won't need to take any additional qualifications in order to teach.
          

Become a Math Teacher in England!

 Cache   
Become a Quantum Scholar and enjoy access to the very best support and mentorship available when teaching in England. This UK government funded program recruits the very best certified math teachers from across the USA, Canada, Jamaica, Australia, New Zealand and South Africa.We are recruiting now for positions starting in January 2020 and September 2020!
  • Teach in England as part of a highly successful program in its third year of operation.
  • Receive comprehensive support and training in becoming a successful math teacher in England
  • Flight to England reimbursed up to $900
  • Teach in England in a school that matches your character and experience and is also committed to your developmentQuantum Scholars teachers receive incredible support, additional training and assistance during the relocation phase of teaching abroad.By joining this wonderful program you will:
    • Become a math teacher in England in a school at the forefront of math education
    • Receive support and mentorship from your school and Quantum Scholars network
    • Participate in an outstanding subject-specific week-long CPD training session at a Russell Group university in London and be brought up to speed with the latest math pedagogy
    • Receive one-to-one assistance and support processing your visa from a fully licensed immigration firm
          

TEACH SCIENCE IN ENGLAND FROM JANUARY OR SEPTEMBER 2020!

 Cache   
Science teachers in the USA are highly encouraged to join a wonderful teaching program called Quantum Scholars which is supported and funded by the UK Government's Department for Education. This is a wonderful opportunity to teach abroad in England!

For three years we have recruited the very best science teaching talent from the USA, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, Jamaica and South Africa.

Come and visit Quantum Scholars at the Regional NSTA Conference in Seattle where we will be presenting and exhibiting on December 12-14.

We are looking for middle or high school science teachers who specialise in physics, chemistry or biology that are available to teach in England from January 2020 or September 2020.

There are also financial rewards on offer with flights reimbursed to England up to $900.

Science teachers can expect tremendous support during the relocation and visa phase and an acclimatisation week of training prior to beginning your science teaching contract.

As you teach in England, you'll be assured of a school that compliments your experience and skill-set and also provides you with exceptional support, both in and out of the classroom.

As a certified science teacher from the USA, you are automatically recognised as a fully qualified teacher in England, meaning you won't need to take any additional qualifications in order to teach.
          

Become a Math Teacher in England!

 Cache   
Become a Quantum Scholar and enjoy access to the very best support and mentorship available when teaching in England. This UK government funded program recruits the very best certified math teachers from across the USA, Canada, Jamaica, Australia, New Zealand and South Africa.

We are recruiting now for positions starting in January 2020 and September 2020!

--- Teach in England as part of a highly successful program in its third year of operation.
--- Receive comprehensive support and training in becoming a successful math teacher in England
--- Flight to England reimbursed up to $900
--- Teach in England in a school that matches your character and experience and is also committed to your development

Quantum Scholars teachers receive incredible support, additional training and assistance during the relocation phase of teaching abroad.

By joining this wonderful program you will:

--- Become a math teacher in England in a school at the forefront of math education
--- Receive support and mentorship from your school and Quantum Scholars network
--- Participate in an outstanding subject-specific week-long CPD training session at a Russell Group university in London and be brought up to speed with the latest math pedagogy
--- Receive one-to-one assistance and support processing your visa from a fully licensed immigration firm
          

TEACH SCIENCE IN ENGLAND FROM JANUARY OR SEPTEMBER 2020!

 Cache   
Science teachers in the USA are highly encouraged to join a wonderful teaching program called Quantum Scholars which is supported and funded by the UK Government's Department for Education. This is a wonderful opportunity to teach abroad in England!

For three years we have recruited the very best science teaching talent from the USA, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, Jamaica and South Africa.

Come and visit Quantum Scholars at the Regional NSTA Conference in Seattle where we will be presenting and exhibiting on December 12-14.

We are looking for middle or high school science teachers who specialise in physics, chemistry or biology that are available to teach in England from January 2020 or September 2020.

There are also financial rewards on offer with flights reimbursed to England up to $900.

Science teachers can expect tremendous support during the relocation and visa phase and an acclimatisation week of training prior to beginning your science teaching contract.

As you teach in England, you'll be assured of a school that compliments your experience and skill-set and also provides you with exceptional support, both in and out of the classroom.

As a certified science teacher from the USA, you are automatically recognised as a fully qualified teacher in England, meaning you won't need to take any additional qualifications in order to teach.
          

MATH TEACHERS WANTED IN ENGLAND FROM JANUARY AND SEPTEMBER 2020

 Cache   
Join a wonderful math teaching program called Quantum Scholars which is supported and funded by the UK Government's Department for Education.

The program recruits the very best math teacher talent from the USA, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, Jamaica and South Africa.

As part of the program, math teachers can also expect tremendous support and an acclimatisation week of training prior to beginning a contract.

We are recruiting for math teachers to begin employment from either January 2020 or September 2020 with financial rewards of your flight to England reimbursed up to $900.

Math teachers are assured of a school that compliments their experience and skill-set and also provides them with exceptional support, both in and out of the classroom.

As a certified middle or high school math teacher from the USA, you are automatically recognised as a fully qualified teacher in England, meaning you won't need to take any additional qualifications in order to teach.

What do our current Quantum Scholars think of the program?

Kayleigh - Maths Teacher

'I would definitely recommend Quantum Scholars to anyone looking to teach in England. The entire experience has been great and I am really enjoying teaching in the UK. The school I work in has been a great fit for me and my personality as well as my experiences in the USA.'

Alex - Maths Teacher

'They are prompt, effective communicators that are eager to support you through the process. They are extremely supportive and informative and make an intimidating process seem easy. It is a great program where the representatives are excited to help you with the transition.'

Amy - Maths Teacher

'The advice I received when making a decision to accept my position was extremely honest and helpful. The process of securing a math teaching position in England was made so much easier by working with Quantum Scholars. I received honest feedback and was helped every step of the way with advice and answers to every question I had!'
          

Become a Math Teacher in England!

 Cache   
Become a Quantum Scholar and enjoy access to the very best support and mentorship available when teaching in England. This UK government funded program recruits the very best certified math teachers from across the USA, Canada, Jamaica, Australia, New Zealand and South Africa.

We are recruiting now for positions starting in January 2020 and September 2020!

--- Teach in England as part of a highly successful program in its third year of operation.
--- Receive comprehensive support and training in becoming a successful math teacher in England
--- Flight to England reimbursed up to $900
--- Teach in England in a school that matches your character and experience and is also committed to your development

Quantum Scholars teachers receive incredible support, additional training and assistance during the relocation phase of teaching abroad.

By joining this wonderful program you will:

--- Become a math teacher in England in a school at the forefront of math education
--- Receive support and mentorship from your school and Quantum Scholars network
--- Participate in an outstanding subject-specific week-long CPD training session at a Russell Group university in London and be brought up to speed with the latest math pedagogy
--- Receive one-to-one assistance and support processing your visa from a fully licensed immigration firm
          

MATH TEACHERS WANTED IN ENGLAND FROM JANUARY AND SEPTEMBER 2020

 Cache   
Join a wonderful math teaching program called Quantum Scholars which is supported and funded by the UK Government's Department for Education.

The program recruits the very best math teacher talent from the USA, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, Jamaica and South Africa.

As part of the program, math teachers can also expect tremendous support and an acclimatisation week of training prior to beginning a contract.

We are recruiting for math teachers to begin employment from either January 2020 or September 2020 with financial rewards of your flight to England reimbursed up to $900.

Math teachers are assured of a school that compliments their experience and skill-set and also provides them with exceptional support, both in and out of the classroom.

As a certified middle or high school math teacher from the USA, you are automatically recognised as a fully qualified teacher in England, meaning you won't need to take any additional qualifications in order to teach.

What do our current Quantum Scholars think of the program?

Kayleigh - Maths Teacher

'I would definitely recommend Quantum Scholars to anyone looking to teach in England. The entire experience has been great and I am really enjoying teaching in the UK. The school I work in has been a great fit for me and my personality as well as my experiences in the USA.'

Alex - Maths Teacher

'They are prompt, effective communicators that are eager to support you through the process. They are extremely supportive and informative and make an intimidating process seem easy. It is a great program where the representatives are excited to help you with the transition.'

Amy - Maths Teacher

'The advice I received when making a decision to accept my position was extremely honest and helpful. The process of securing a math teaching position in England was made so much easier by working with Quantum Scholars. I received honest feedback and was helped every step of the way with advice and answers to every question I had!'
          

Become a Math Teacher in England!

 Cache   
Become a Quantum Scholar and enjoy access to the very best support and mentorship available when teaching in England. This UK government funded program recruits the very best certified math teachers from across the USA, Canada, Jamaica, Australia, New Zealand and South Africa.We are recruiting now for positions starting in January 2020 and September 2020!
  • Teach in England as part of a highly successful program in its third year of operation.
  • Receive comprehensive support and training in becoming a successful math teacher in England
  • Flight to England reimbursed up to $900
  • Teach in England in a school that matches your character and experience and is also committed to your developmentQuantum Scholars teachers receive incredible support, additional training and assistance during the relocation phase of teaching abroad.By joining this wonderful program you will:
    • Become a math teacher in England in a school at the forefront of math education
    • Receive support and mentorship from your school and Quantum Scholars network
    • Participate in an outstanding subject-specific week-long CPD training session at a Russell Group university in London and be brought up to speed with the latest math pedagogy
    • Receive one-to-one assistance and support processing your visa from a fully licensed immigration firm
          

Become a Math Teacher in England!

 Cache   
Become a Quantum Scholar and enjoy access to the very best support and mentorship available when teaching in England. This UK government funded program recruits the very best certified math teachers from across the USA, Canada, Jamaica, Australia, New Zealand and South Africa.

We are recruiting now for positions starting in January 2020 and September 2020!

--- Teach in England as part of a highly successful program in its third year of operation.
--- Receive comprehensive support and training in becoming a successful math teacher in England
--- Flight to England reimbursed up to $900
--- Teach in England in a school that matches your character and experience and is also committed to your development

Quantum Scholars teachers receive incredible support, additional training and assistance during the relocation phase of teaching abroad.

By joining this wonderful program you will:

--- Become a math teacher in England in a school at the forefront of math education
--- Receive support and mentorship from your school and Quantum Scholars network
--- Participate in an outstanding subject-specific week-long CPD training session at a Russell Group university in London and be brought up to speed with the latest math pedagogy
--- Receive one-to-one assistance and support processing your visa from a fully licensed immigration firm
          

MATH TEACHERS WANTED IN ENGLAND FROM JANUARY AND SEPTEMBER 2020

 Cache   
Join a wonderful math teaching program called Quantum Scholars which is supported and funded by the UK Government's Department for Education.

The program recruits the very best math teacher talent from the USA, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, Jamaica and South Africa.

As part of the program, math teachers can also expect tremendous support and an acclimatisation week of training prior to beginning a contract.

We are recruiting for math teachers to begin employment from either January 2020 or September 2020 with financial rewards of your flight to England reimbursed up to $900.

Math teachers are assured of a school that compliments their experience and skill-set and also provides them with exceptional support, both in and out of the classroom.

As a certified middle or high school math teacher from the USA, you are automatically recognised as a fully qualified teacher in England, meaning you won't need to take any additional qualifications in order to teach.

What do our current Quantum Scholars think of the program?

Kayleigh - Maths Teacher

'I would definitely recommend Quantum Scholars to anyone looking to teach in England. The entire experience has been great and I am really enjoying teaching in the UK. The school I work in has been a great fit for me and my personality as well as my experiences in the USA.'

Alex - Maths Teacher

'They are prompt, effective communicators that are eager to support you through the process. They are extremely supportive and informative and make an intimidating process seem easy. It is a great program where the representatives are excited to help you with the transition.'

Amy - Maths Teacher

'The advice I received when making a decision to accept my position was extremely honest and helpful. The process of securing a math teaching position in England was made so much easier by working with Quantum Scholars. I received honest feedback and was helped every step of the way with advice and answers to every question I had!'
          

Become a Math Teacher in England!

 Cache   
Become a Quantum Scholar and enjoy access to the very best support and mentorship available when teaching in England. This UK government funded program recruits the very best certified math teachers from across the USA, Canada, Jamaica, Australia, New Zealand and South Africa.We are recruiting now for positions starting in January 2020 and September 2020!
  • Teach in England as part of a highly successful program in its third year of operation.
  • Receive comprehensive support and training in becoming a successful math teacher in England
  • Flight to England reimbursed up to $900
  • Teach in England in a school that matches your character and experience and is also committed to your developmentQuantum Scholars teachers receive incredible support, additional training and assistance during the relocation phase of teaching abroad.By joining this wonderful program you will:
    • Become a math teacher in England in a school at the forefront of math education
    • Receive support and mentorship from your school and Quantum Scholars network
    • Participate in an outstanding subject-specific week-long CPD training session at a Russell Group university in London and be brought up to speed with the latest math pedagogy
    • Receive one-to-one assistance and support processing your visa from a fully licensed immigration firm
          

Become a Math Teacher in England!

 Cache   
Become a Quantum Scholar and enjoy access to the very best support and mentorship available when teaching in England. This UK government funded program recruits the very best certified math teachers from across the USA, Canada, Jamaica, Australia, New Zealand and South Africa.

We are recruiting now for positions starting in January 2020 and September 2020!

--- Teach in England as part of a highly successful program in its third year of operation.
--- Receive comprehensive support and training in becoming a successful math teacher in England
--- Flight to England reimbursed up to $900
--- Teach in England in a school that matches your character and experience and is also committed to your development

Quantum Scholars teachers receive incredible support, additional training and assistance during the relocation phase of teaching abroad.

By joining this wonderful program you will:

--- Become a math teacher in England in a school at the forefront of math education
--- Receive support and mentorship from your school and Quantum Scholars network
--- Participate in an outstanding subject-specific week-long CPD training session at a Russell Group university in London and be brought up to speed with the latest math pedagogy
--- Receive one-to-one assistance and support processing your visa from a fully licensed immigration firm
          

MATH TEACHERS WANTED IN ENGLAND FROM JANUARY AND SEPTEMBER 2020

 Cache   
Join a wonderful math teaching program called Quantum Scholars which is supported and funded by the UK Government?s Department for Education.?The program recruits the very best math teacher talent from the USA, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, Jamaica and South Africa.?As part of the program, math teachers can also expect tremendous support and an acclimatisation week of training prior to beginning a contract.?We are recruiting for math teachers to begin employment from either January 2020 or September 2020 with financial rewards of your flight to England reimbursed up to $900.?Math teachers are assured of a school that compliments their experience and skill-set and also provides them with exceptional support, both in and out of the classroom.?As a certified middle or high school math teacher from the USA, you are automatically recognised as a fully qualified teacher in England, meaning you won?t need to take any additional qualifications in order to teach.?What do our current Quantum Scholars think of the program?Kayleigh ? Maths Teacher?I would definitely recommend Quantum Scholars to anyone looking to teach in England. The entire experience has been great and I am really enjoying teaching in the UK. The school I work in has been a great fit for me and my personality as well as my experiences in the USA.?Alex ? Maths Teacher?They are prompt, effective communicators that are eager to support you through the process. They are extremely supportive and informative and make an intimidating process seem easy. It is a great program where the representatives are excited to help you with the transition.?Amy ? Maths Teacher?The advice I received when making a decision to accept my position was extremely honest and helpful. The process of securing a math teaching position in England was made so much easier by working with Quantum Scholars. I received honest feedback and was helped every step of the way with advice and answers to every question I had!??
          

MATH TEACHERS WANTED IN ENGLAND FROM JANUARY AND SEPTEMBER 2020

 Cache   
Join a wonderful math teaching program called Quantum Scholars which is supported and funded by the UK Government's Department for Education.

The program recruits the very best math teacher talent from the USA, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, Jamaica and South Africa.

As part of the program, math teachers can also expect tremendous support and an acclimatisation week of training prior to beginning a contract.

We are recruiting for math teachers to begin employment from either January 2020 or September 2020 with financial rewards of your flight to England reimbursed up to $900.

Math teachers are assured of a school that compliments their experience and skill-set and also provides them with exceptional support, both in and out of the classroom.

As a certified middle or high school math teacher from the USA, you are automatically recognised as a fully qualified teacher in England, meaning you won't need to take any additional qualifications in order to teach.

What do our current Quantum Scholars think of the program?

Kayleigh - Maths Teacher

'I would definitely recommend Quantum Scholars to anyone looking to teach in England. The entire experience has been great and I am really enjoying teaching in the UK. The school I work in has been a great fit for me and my personality as well as my experiences in the USA.'

Alex - Maths Teacher

'They are prompt, effective communicators that are eager to support you through the process. They are extremely supportive and informative and make an intimidating process seem easy. It is a great program where the representatives are excited to help you with the transition.'

Amy - Maths Teacher

'The advice I received when making a decision to accept my position was extremely honest and helpful. The process of securing a math teaching position in England was made so much easier by working with Quantum Scholars. I received honest feedback and was helped every step of the way with advice and answers to every question I had!'
          

TEACH SCIENCE IN ENGLAND FROM JANUARY OR SEPTEMBER 2020!

 Cache   
Science teachers in the USA are highly encouraged to join a wonderful teaching program called Quantum Scholars which is supported and funded by the UK Government's Department for Education. This is a wonderful opportunity to teach abroad in England!

For three years we have recruited the very best science teaching talent from the USA, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, Jamaica and South Africa.

Come and visit Quantum Scholars at the Regional NSTA Conference in Seattle where we will be presenting and exhibiting on December 12-14.

We are looking for middle or high school science teachers who specialise in physics, chemistry or biology that are available to teach in England from January 2020 or September 2020.

There are also financial rewards on offer with flights reimbursed to England up to $900.

Science teachers can expect tremendous support during the relocation and visa phase and an acclimatisation week of training prior to beginning your science teaching contract.

As you teach in England, you'll be assured of a school that compliments your experience and skill-set and also provides you with exceptional support, both in and out of the classroom.

As a certified science teacher from the USA, you are automatically recognised as a fully qualified teacher in England, meaning you won't need to take any additional qualifications in order to teach.
          

MATH TEACHERS WANTED IN ENGLAND FROM JANUARY AND SEPTEMBER 2020

 Cache   
Join a wonderful math teaching program called Quantum Scholars which is supported and funded by the UK Government?s Department for Education.?The program recruits the very best math teacher talent from the USA, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, Jamaica and South Africa.?As part of the program, math teachers can also expect tremendous support and an acclimatisation week of training prior to beginning a contract.?We are recruiting for math teachers to begin employment from either January 2020 or September 2020 with financial rewards of your flight to England reimbursed up to $900.?Math teachers are assured of a school that compliments their experience and skill-set and also provides them with exceptional support, both in and out of the classroom.?As a certified middle or high school math teacher from the USA, you are automatically recognised as a fully qualified teacher in England, meaning you won?t need to take any additional qualifications in order to teach.?What do our current Quantum Scholars think of the program?Kayleigh ? Maths Teacher?I would definitely recommend Quantum Scholars to anyone looking to teach in England. The entire experience has been great and I am really enjoying teaching in the UK. The school I work in has been a great fit for me and my personality as well as my experiences in the USA.?Alex ? Maths Teacher?They are prompt, effective communicators that are eager to support you through the process. They are extremely supportive and informative and make an intimidating process seem easy. It is a great program where the representatives are excited to help you with the transition.?Amy ? Maths Teacher?The advice I received when making a decision to accept my position was extremely honest and helpful. The process of securing a math teaching position in England was made so much easier by working with Quantum Scholars. I received honest feedback and was helped every step of the way with advice and answers to every question I had!??
          

Become a Math Teacher in England!

 Cache   
Become a Quantum Scholar and enjoy access to the very best support and mentorship available when teaching in England. This UK government funded program recruits the very best certified math teachers from across the USA, Canada, Jamaica, Australia, New Zealand and South Africa.We are recruiting now for positions starting in January 2020 and September 2020!
  • Teach in England as part of a highly successful program in its third year of operation.
  • Receive comprehensive support and training in becoming a successful math teacher in England
  • Flight to England reimbursed up to $900
  • Teach in England in a school that matches your character and experience and is also committed to your developmentQuantum Scholars teachers receive incredible support, additional training and assistance during the relocation phase of teaching abroad.By joining this wonderful program you will:
    • Become a math teacher in England in a school at the forefront of math education
    • Receive support and mentorship from your school and Quantum Scholars network
    • Participate in an outstanding subject-specific week-long CPD training session at a Russell Group university in London and be brought up to speed with the latest math pedagogy
    • Receive one-to-one assistance and support processing your visa from a fully licensed immigration firm
          

Become a Math Teacher in England!

 Cache   
Become a Quantum Scholar and enjoy access to the very best support and mentorship available when teaching in England. This UK government funded program recruits the very best certified math teachers from across the USA, Canada, Jamaica, Australia, New Zealand and South Africa.We are recruiting now for positions starting in January 2020 and September 2020!
  • Teach in England as part of a highly successful program in its third year of operation.
  • Receive comprehensive support and training in becoming a successful math teacher in England
  • Flight to England reimbursed up to $900
  • Teach in England in a school that matches your character and experience and is also committed to your developmentQuantum Scholars teachers receive incredible support, additional training and assistance during the relocation phase of teaching abroad.By joining this wonderful program you will:
    • Become a math teacher in England in a school at the forefront of math education
    • Receive support and mentorship from your school and Quantum Scholars network
    • Participate in an outstanding subject-specific week-long CPD training session at a Russell Group university in London and be brought up to speed with the latest math pedagogy
    • Receive one-to-one assistance and support processing your visa from a fully licensed immigration firm
          

TEACH SCIENCE IN ENGLAND FROM JANUARY OR SEPTEMBER 2020!

 Cache   
Science teachers in the USA are highly encouraged to join a wonderful teaching program called Quantum Scholars which is supported and funded by the UK Government?s Department for Education. This is a wonderful opportunity to teach abroad in England!For three years we have recruited the very best science teaching talent from the USA, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, Jamaica and South Africa.?Come and visit Quantum Scholars at the Regional NSTA Conference in Seattle where we will be presenting and exhibiting on December 12-14.?We are looking for middle or high school science teachers who specialise in physics, chemistry or biology that are available to teach in England from January 2020 or September 2020.?There are also financial rewards on offer with flights reimbursed to England up to $900.?Science teachers can expect tremendous support during the relocation and visa phase and an acclimatisation week of training prior to beginning your science teaching contract.As you teach in England, you?ll be assured of a school that compliments your experience and skill-set and also provides you with exceptional support, both in and out of the classroom.As a certified science teacher from the USA, you are automatically recognised as a fully qualified teacher in England, meaning you won?t need to take any additional qualifications in order to teach.
          

Become a Math Teacher in England!

 Cache   
Become a Quantum Scholar and enjoy access to the very best support and mentorship available when teaching in England. This UK government funded program recruits the very best certified math teachers from across the USA, Canada, Jamaica, Australia, New Zealand and South Africa.We are recruiting now for positions starting in January 2020 and September 2020!
  • Teach in England as part of a highly successful program in its third year of operation.
  • Receive comprehensive support and training in becoming a successful math teacher in England
  • Flight to England reimbursed up to $900
  • Teach in England in a school that matches your character and experience and is also committed to your developmentQuantum Scholars teachers receive incredible support, additional training and assistance during the relocation phase of teaching abroad.By joining this wonderful program you will:
    • Become a math teacher in England in a school at the forefront of math education
    • Receive support and mentorship from your school and Quantum Scholars network
    • Participate in an outstanding subject-specific week-long CPD training session at a Russell Group university in London and be brought up to speed with the latest math pedagogy
    • Receive one-to-one assistance and support processing your visa from a fully licensed immigration firm
          

Become a Math Teacher in England!

 Cache   
Become a Quantum Scholar and enjoy access to the very best support and mentorship available when teaching in England. This UK government funded program recruits the very best certified math teachers from across the USA, Canada, Jamaica, Australia, New Zealand and South Africa.

We are recruiting now for positions starting in January 2020 and September 2020!

--- Teach in England as part of a highly successful program in its third year of operation.
--- Receive comprehensive support and training in becoming a successful math teacher in England
--- Flight to England reimbursed up to $900
--- Teach in England in a school that matches your character and experience and is also committed to your development

Quantum Scholars teachers receive incredible support, additional training and assistance during the relocation phase of teaching abroad.

By joining this wonderful program you will:

--- Become a math teacher in England in a school at the forefront of math education
--- Receive support and mentorship from your school and Quantum Scholars network
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Security Shift Supervisor - Fairfax District at Allied UniversalSkip to main contentReturning to complete your application? Click hereCurrent EmployeeSecurity Guard / Officer Positions Corporate / Administrative PositionsExternal CandidateSecurity Guard / Officer Positions Corporate / Administrative Positions Contact Us Toggle navigation Main navigation Security Resources Veteran Support About Us Offices News/Media Contact Us Login We're hiring - Apply for a job Home Careers Search Security Shift Supervisor - Fairfax District at Allied Universal Share Page Email LinkedIn Twitter FacebookAre you a current AUS employee? Click here to view our current job postingsSecurity Guard / Officer Positions Corporate / Administrative PositionsSearch jobsCareer Opportunities Security Officer Level Event Positions Management Human Resources Service Installation and Technicians Administrative Sales and Marketing Information Technology Legal National Account Account Manager Search jobs Keyword City, State, or ZIP RadiusRadius5 miles15 miles25 miles35 miles50 milesSearch Security Shift Supervisor - Fairfax District Kansas City, Kansas Position Type Full Time Shift Type Afternoon,Evening,Morning,Overnight Req ID: 2019-****** Job Priority Field ID HighApplyApply Later We are North America's leading security services provider with over 200,000 phenomenal employees. At Allied Universal, we pride ourselves on fostering a promote from within culture. There are countless examples of individuals who began their career as Security Professionals and today hold positions on our senior leadership team. In fact, over 65% of our managerial positions are filled by internal candidates. For all full-time positions, we offer medical, dental and vision coverage, life insurance, 401K, employee assistance programs, company discounts, perks and more! We also offer part-time and flexible schedules! Start your phenomenal career with Allied Universal today! Allied Universal Services is currently searching for a Professional Security Shift Supervisor. The Shift Security Supervisor will supervise and coordinate the delivery of quality services on a specific shift at an assigned customer. Act as a liaison between site supervisor, Account Manager/Field Operations Manager and professional security officers. Supervise staff on assigned shift, providing coaching, recognition and discipline within approved empowerment range. Supervisory Responsibilities Communicates staffing needs on shift to Account Manager or Operations Manager Assures that officers receive appropriate training, developing them in both technical and professional skills; also may include assisting manager in performance management (coaching, counseling, disciplining, performance evaluations, recognition, etc.) Assures that employee grievances are heard with help from appropriate district or region HR support employees and Account or Operations Manager Administers JSA's and safety programs outlining site-specific hazards for professional security officers on assigned shift including vehicle / driving safety as appropriate to Corporate procedures Enforces Allied Universal's policies as outlined in the handbooks and executive memos Assists with the communication of policies, company announcements and job openings Provides the basis of a great place to work by treating staff with respect Enforcement of Contract Standards Helps Account or Operations Manager identify, meet and exceed the needs of the customer Meets all contractual scheduled hours with a minimum of unbilled overtime Assists in the coordination and/or conduct site-specific OJT, client specific training and annual refresher training for security personnel Reconciles security logs against shift responsibilities and patrols; review incident reports prior to submitting to manager and coordinate preliminary investigations Assists Account or Operations Manager manage uniforms, equipment, supplies and vehicles utilized at the account, maintaining appropriate inventories and maintenance checklists Physical and Mental Functions: Stand or walk constantly (for up to an entire shift) on various surfaces (tile, concrete, carpet) Climb stairs, ramps, or ladders occasionally during shift Occasionally bend/twist at waist/knees/neck to perform various duties Occasionally lift or carry up to 40 pounds Run as needed Constant use of both hands and arms in reaching/handling/grasping/fingering while using phone, notepad, writing reports, and other administrative tasks Constant use of eyes (correctable vision to normal level required) to observe, read, interact with public and co-workers, view security monitors; includes hand/eye coordination Work in various environments including adverse outdoor conditions such as cold, rain or heat; Constant mental alertness and attention to detail required while setting priorities and following up on assignments Qualifications/Requirements: Qualified applicants for the Shift Supervisor position will meet the minimum requirements, as described below: High school diploma or equivalent required At least 18 years of age Must possess effective written and oral communication and interpersonal skills with ability to deal with all levels of personnel and the general public in a professional and effective manner; must be able to use initiative and independent judgment within established guidelines Must be able to frequently prepare written reports and logs in neat, legible handwriting; may require computer skills Must be able to read and understand all operating procedures and instructions Must be able to obtain a valid Guard License as required in the state for which you are applying As a condition of employment, employee must successfully complete a background investigation and a post-offer/pre-employment drug/alcohol test, may be required to pass Drivers Record check As a condition of continued employment, employee must maintain current active status of all required License at all times, and must carry the license at all times while on duty Must display exceptional customer service and communication skills Remain flexible to ever changing environments; adapt well to different situations Intermediate computer skills to utilize innovative, wireless technology at client specific sites Ability to maintain satisfactory attendance and punctuality standard; Neat and professional appearance Ability to provide quality customer service Ability to handle both common and crisis situations at the client site, calmly and efficiently Read, understand and clearly speak English; constantly use speech and hearing (correctable to normal level required) in communicating with public/co-workers, giving and receiving instructions, using phones Must be able to handle pressure of working with high volume general public (constantly to occasionally depending on assignment) Allied Universal provides unparalleled service, systems and solutions to the people and business of our communities, and is North America's leading security services provider. 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Become a Math Teacher in England!

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Become a Quantum Scholar and enjoy access to the very best support and mentorship available when teaching in England. This UK government funded program recruits the very best certified math teachers from across the USA, Canada, Jamaica, Australia, New Zealand and South Africa.We are recruiting now for positions starting in January 2020 and September 2020!
  • Teach in England as part of a highly successful program in its third year of operation.
  • Receive comprehensive support and training in becoming a successful math teacher in England
  • Flight to England reimbursed up to $900
  • Teach in England in a school that matches your character and experience and is also committed to your developmentQuantum Scholars teachers receive incredible support, additional training and assistance during the relocation phase of teaching abroad.By joining this wonderful program you will:
    • Become a math teacher in England in a school at the forefront of math education
    • Receive support and mentorship from your school and Quantum Scholars network
    • Participate in an outstanding subject-specific week-long CPD training session at a Russell Group university in London and be brought up to speed with the latest math pedagogy
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MATH TEACHERS WANTED IN ENGLAND FROM JANUARY AND SEPTEMBER 2020

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Join a wonderful math teaching program called Quantum Scholars which is supported and funded by the UK Government's Department for Education.

The program recruits the very best math teacher talent from the USA, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, Jamaica and South Africa.

As part of the program, math teachers can also expect tremendous support and an acclimatisation week of training prior to beginning a contract.

We are recruiting for math teachers to begin employment from either January 2020 or September 2020 with financial rewards of your flight to England reimbursed up to $900.

Math teachers are assured of a school that compliments their experience and skill-set and also provides them with exceptional support, both in and out of the classroom.

As a certified middle or high school math teacher from the USA, you are automatically recognised as a fully qualified teacher in England, meaning you won't need to take any additional qualifications in order to teach.

What do our current Quantum Scholars think of the program?

Kayleigh - Maths Teacher

'I would definitely recommend Quantum Scholars to anyone looking to teach in England. The entire experience has been great and I am really enjoying teaching in the UK. The school I work in has been a great fit for me and my personality as well as my experiences in the USA.'

Alex - Maths Teacher

'They are prompt, effective communicators that are eager to support you through the process. They are extremely supportive and informative and make an intimidating process seem easy. It is a great program where the representatives are excited to help you with the transition.'

Amy - Maths Teacher

'The advice I received when making a decision to accept my position was extremely honest and helpful. The process of securing a math teaching position in England was made so much easier by working with Quantum Scholars. I received honest feedback and was helped every step of the way with advice and answers to every question I had!'
          

MATH TEACHERS WANTED IN ENGLAND FROM JANUARY AND SEPTEMBER 2020

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Join a wonderful math teaching program called Quantum Scholars which is supported and funded by the UK Government?s Department for Education.?The program recruits the very best math teacher talent from the USA, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, Jamaica and South Africa.?As part of the program, math teachers can also expect tremendous support and an acclimatisation week of training prior to beginning a contract.?We are recruiting for math teachers to begin employment from either January 2020 or September 2020 with financial rewards of your flight to England reimbursed up to $900.?Math teachers are assured of a school that compliments their experience and skill-set and also provides them with exceptional support, both in and out of the classroom.?As a certified middle or high school math teacher from the USA, you are automatically recognised as a fully qualified teacher in England, meaning you won?t need to take any additional qualifications in order to teach.?What do our current Quantum Scholars think of the program?Kayleigh ? Maths Teacher?I would definitely recommend Quantum Scholars to anyone looking to teach in England. The entire experience has been great and I am really enjoying teaching in the UK. The school I work in has been a great fit for me and my personality as well as my experiences in the USA.?Alex ? Maths Teacher?They are prompt, effective communicators that are eager to support you through the process. They are extremely supportive and informative and make an intimidating process seem easy. It is a great program where the representatives are excited to help you with the transition.?Amy ? Maths Teacher?The advice I received when making a decision to accept my position was extremely honest and helpful. The process of securing a math teaching position in England was made so much easier by working with Quantum Scholars. I received honest feedback and was helped every step of the way with advice and answers to every question I had!??
          

TEACH SCIENCE IN ENGLAND FROM JANUARY OR SEPTEMBER 2020!

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Science teachers in the USA are highly encouraged to join a wonderful teaching program called Quantum Scholars which is supported and funded by the UK Government's Department for Education. This is a wonderful opportunity to teach abroad in England!

For three years we have recruited the very best science teaching talent from the USA, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, Jamaica and South Africa.

Come and visit Quantum Scholars at the Regional NSTA Conference in Seattle where we will be presenting and exhibiting on December 12-14.

We are looking for middle or high school science teachers who specialise in physics, chemistry or biology that are available to teach in England from January 2020 or September 2020.

There are also financial rewards on offer with flights reimbursed to England up to $900.

Science teachers can expect tremendous support during the relocation and visa phase and an acclimatisation week of training prior to beginning your science teaching contract.

As you teach in England, you'll be assured of a school that compliments your experience and skill-set and also provides you with exceptional support, both in and out of the classroom.

As a certified science teacher from the USA, you are automatically recognised as a fully qualified teacher in England, meaning you won't need to take any additional qualifications in order to teach.
          

VIDEO: J Derobie – Odo Bra

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Overview of J Derobie – Odo Bra (Official Video) Ghanian wonder boy, J Derobie dishes out the official music video of his latest effort dubbed ‘Odo Bra‘. The Killertunes produced record serves as J Derobie‘s fourth output for the year, it comes after the release of ‘Poverty‘ (the remix) featuring Jamaican dancehall prodigy, Popcaan. SEE ALSO: […]

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MATH TEACHERS WANTED IN ENGLAND FROM JANUARY AND SEPTEMBER 2020

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Join a wonderful math teaching program called Quantum Scholars which is supported and funded by the UK Government's Department for Education.

The program recruits the very best math teacher talent from the USA, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, Jamaica and South Africa.

As part of the program, math teachers can also expect tremendous support and an acclimatisation week of training prior to beginning a contract.

We are recruiting for math teachers to begin employment from either January 2020 or September 2020 with financial rewards of your flight to England reimbursed up to $900.

Math teachers are assured of a school that compliments their experience and skill-set and also provides them with exceptional support, both in and out of the classroom.

As a certified middle or high school math teacher from the USA, you are automatically recognised as a fully qualified teacher in England, meaning you won't need to take any additional qualifications in order to teach.

What do our current Quantum Scholars think of the program?

Kayleigh - Maths Teacher

'I would definitely recommend Quantum Scholars to anyone looking to teach in England. The entire experience has been great and I am really enjoying teaching in the UK. The school I work in has been a great fit for me and my personality as well as my experiences in the USA.'

Alex - Maths Teacher

'They are prompt, effective communicators that are eager to support you through the process. They are extremely supportive and informative and make an intimidating process seem easy. It is a great program where the representatives are excited to help you with the transition.'

Amy - Maths Teacher

'The advice I received when making a decision to accept my position was extremely honest and helpful. The process of securing a math teaching position in England was made so much easier by working with Quantum Scholars. I received honest feedback and was helped every step of the way with advice and answers to every question I had!'
          

Come Fly With Me: 1952

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September 12, 1952. "A bit of the husbandly touch is applied by Frankie Sinatra as he greets the missus, sultry Ava Gardner, on her arrival at Idlewild from Hollywood aboard Trans World Airlines' king-sized 'Ambassador' Constellation. Miss Gardner is visiting New York for the premier of her latest production, The Snows of Kilimanjaro. Aviation photo by Enell, Inc., N.Y. International Airport, Jamaica 20, N.Y." View full size.

          

Fight inequality, beat poverty

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Fight inequality, beat poverty Anonymous (not verified) Fri, 08/23/2019 - 14:25

Did you know that 1% now own more than the rest of us combined? Inequality is growing around the world. Every year, the gap between rich and poor gets even wider.

Such extreme inequality is standing in the way of ending global poverty. It's widening other inequalities like the gap between women and men. Our economy must stop excessively rewarding those at the top and start working for all people.

It doesn’t have to be this way – together we can even things up.

We can challenge the concentration of wealth and power in the hands of the few. We can change the rules on tax to make sure the richest pay their fair share. We can demand more spending on public health and education. We can demand fair wages for everyone. We can make sure the poorest have a voice, and those voices are heard by those in power.

Extreme poverty was halved in just 15 years. We can be the generation that ends it for good.

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The Paraisópolis favela borders the affluent district of Morumbi in São Paulo, Brazil (2008). Photo: Tuca Vieira
The Paraisópolis favela borders the affluent district of Morumbi in São Paulo, Brazil (2008). Photo: Tuca Vieira

Did you know that 1% now own more than the rest of us combined? Every year, the gap between rich and poor gets even wider – standing in the way of ending global poverty. It is time to bring an end to inequality and overcome poverty for good. Join us and take action.

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This Caribbean PM Is Front And Center At China’s International Import Expo

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News Americas, NEW YORK, NY, THURS. Nov. 7, 2019: A top Caribbean prime minister was front and center at the China International Import Expo (CIIE), which opened in Shanghai, China on Nov. 5th. Jamaica’s Prime Minister Andrew Holness was the lone regional leader present at the opening of the 2nd China International Import Expo (CIIE) […]

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Comment on An Itinerary Through Real Jamaica by Jo Fitzsimons

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Hi Phil, I think you have the right idea. I'm in the UK at the moment and it's flipping freezing. I'm also about to leave for warmer climes and I'm giving serious thought to not coming back. Glad you've found your adoptive new country. Enjoy Jamaica!
          

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And now I need to go back to Jamaica to visit Jerk Central :) Thanks for the tip, Don. Say hello to your beautiful country next time you visit!
          

Comment on An Itinerary Through Real Jamaica by Phil

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Hey Jo Really nice to here people are beginning to think about the culture of Jamaica and want to see more, the people are lovely friendly and as you said can cook good food. My wife was born Jamaican but British we used to come for holidays and decided to build a house in Mandeville, it is beautiful. I have been here now for 3 years and enjoyed every moment and been all over the island, moreover I won’t be returning to the UK 😊
          

Comment on An Itinerary Through Real Jamaica by Don

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I am Jamaican by birth and culture but live in US. I thoroughly enjoyed your article and obvious love for Jamaica. I go twice per year usually. You have made some great suggestions which I will exploit. I am sorry that you missed Boston in Portland. Boston is Jerk Central and The Home of Jerk. You will find the absolute best and most authentic Jerk Chicken and Jerk Pork in Boston, Portland. Thanks for a wonderfully informative and enjoyable article.
          

Former Dhaka mayor Sadeque Hossain Khoka’s body brought home

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The body of former mayor of undivided Dhaka City Corporation and BNP vice-chairman Sadeque Hossain Khoka arrived on Thursday morning from the USA. A flight of Emirates Airline carrying his body landed at Hazrat Shahjalal International Airport around 8:28am, said BNP Chairperson’s media wing member Sayrul Kabir Khan, the UNB reported. The family members of the BNP leader, including his wife Ismat Ara, also returned in the same flight. BNP standing committee members Mirza Abbas and Iqbal Hasan Mahmud Tuku received the body at the airport on behalf of the party. Khoka, a valiant freedom fighter, who had long been suffering from cancer, died at the Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Centre in New York on Monday. His first Namaz-e-Janaza was held at Jamaica Muslim Centre, New York on Monday night. A large number of expatriate Bangladeshis participated in it. As per his final wish, the BNP leader is scheduled to be buried at Jurain graveyard beside the graves of his parents in the evening. Before the burial, four janazas – in front of South Plaza of National Parliament at 11am, BNP central office after Zohr prayers, at Nagar Bhaban at 3pm and in Dhupkhola field after Asr prayers – will be held in the capital for the former mayor. Besides, Khoka’s body will be kept at the Central Shaheed Minar from 12pm-1pm so that people can pay their last respect to the valiant freedom fighter. After his Janza at Nagar Bhaban, Khoka’s body will be taken to his Gopibagh residence. Khoka, also a former minister and MP, is survived by his wife Ismat Ara, daughter Sarika Sadeque, sons Ishraque and Isfaque Hossain. He went to the USA in 2014 for treatment.

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Friends, Neighbors Treat Doyle's Auction Like An Irish Wake

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Nearly everything was for sale at Doyle's pub in Jamaica Plain, after the 137-year-old bar closed its doors for good.


          

Jamaica Launches Leo Vegas Reviews Online Gambling Legalization Process

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Jamaica Launches Online Gambling Legalization Process The government of Jamaica is trying to fast-track the regulation of on the web gambling, officials unveiled during the recently held Caribbean Gaming Show and Summit. The Caribbean island country thus really wants to capitalize regarding the advancement of technology therefore the fast growth of the sector that is […]
          

¿Hacia dónde mira el turismo gay para disfrutar con libertad?

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SIP lamenta recomendación de la Corte Suprema de Honduras sobre difamación

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Miami, 6 nov (EFE).- La Sociedad Interamericana de Prensa (SIP) expresó preocupación por una recomendación no vinculante de la Corte Suprema de Justicia de Honduras al Congreso Nacional que pide dejar sin efecto una reforma al Código Penal que despenaliza la difamación e hicieron votos para que los legisladores no la acepten.

Los presidentes de la SIP, Christopher Barnes, y de la Comisión de Libertad de Prensa e Información, Roberto Rock, lamentaron en un comunicado que la Corte Suprema de Honduras no haya tenido en cuenta la nueva jurisprudencia de la Corte Interamericana de Derechos Humanos (CorteIDH).

En su fallo reciente, la Corte con sede en San José consideró que 'en el caso de un discurso protegido por su interés público, como son los referidos a conductas de funcionarios públicos en el ejercicio de sus funciones, la respuesta punitiva del Estado mediante el derecho penal no es convencionalmente procedente para proteger el honor del funcionario', recordó la SIP.

La CorteIDH subrayó que 'el uso de la ley penal por difundir noticias de esta naturaleza produciría directa o indirectamente, un amedrentamiento que, en definitiva, limitaría la libertad de expresión e impediría someter al escrutinio público conductas que infrinjan el ordenamiento jurídico, como, por ejemplo, hechos de corrupción, abusos de autoridad, etc...'.

Sin embargo, la Corte Suprema de Honduras ha recomendado al Congreso mantener los delitos de injuria y calumnia en el Código Penal vigente.

Barnes, director general del diario The Gleaner (Jamaica), y Rock, director del portal La Silla Rota (México), agregaron que esperan que el Congreso hondureño no acepte la recomendación de la Corte Suprema, a la que calificaron como 'limitada'.

Los directivos de la entidad con sede en Miami dijeron confiar en que Honduras continúe con la tendencia en otros países de la región hacia la despenalización de la difamación como Argentina, Bermudas, Chile (parcial), El Salvador, Granada, Jamaica, México, Panamá, República Dominicana (parcial) y Uruguay.

Barnes y Rock suscribieron en nombre de la SIP lo que especifica la Declaración de Principios sobre Libertad de Expresión de la Comisión Interamericana de Derechos Humanos (CIDH).

'La protección de la reputación debe estar garantizada sólo a través de sanciones civiles, en los casos en que la persona ofendida sea un funcionario o persona públicos o particular que se haya involucrado voluntariamente en asuntos de interés público'.

La Declaración también hace hincapié en la figura de la 'real malicia' al establecer que 'en estos casos, debe probarse que en la difusión de las noticias el comunicador tuvo intención de infligir daño o pleno conocimiento de que se estaba difundiendo noticias falsas o se condujo con manifiesta negligencia en la búsqueda de la verdad o falsedad de las mismas'.

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O Terra Samba mostra sua aposta para o verão 2020. O grupo acaba de lançar o clipe de “Nem Precisa Ser Amor”, música que conta com participação do cantor Tatau.

Com imagens apaixonantes, que contrastam com o clima da canção, a produção utilizou locações como a Praia do Forte, Castelo Garcia D’ávila e a Praia de Guarajuba. Os locais são verdadeiros paraísos do litoral baiano.

A canção “Nem Precisa Ser Amor” tem composição assinada por Roberto Kuelho e está disponível em todas as plataformas digitais. O Terra Samba é comandado por Negão Jamaica e Mário Ornellas, um dos fundadores.

Em sua trajetória, o grupo já passou por quase 30 países e acumula dezenas de hits. A direção do novo clipe é de Gilmar Souza. Confira o novo clipe do Terra Samba: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1Q8kEVtrdeM

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Letters on Angela Davis, the Bureau of Study Counsel, climate change, and more

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Crime and Incarceration

The article about Elizabeth Hinton (“Color and Incarceration,” by Lydialyle Gibson, September-October, page 40) included an observation by Hinton when she visited a loved one inside a California prison and saw “all these black and brown families.” I work for the Anti-Recidivism Coalition (ARC), dedicated to helping incarcerated men and women successfully transition back into society and reform our criminal justice system. I have walked into numerous prisons in California, which has one of the world’s largest prison systems. Each time I step into one of these institutions, my breath is taken away by the image of a sea of black and brown bodies in oversized blue prison uniforms, slowly pacing these prison yards in a fog of hopelessness.

I’ve also seen how education can help break through this fog. Sam Lewis, ARC’s executive director, often speaks with me about how education dramatically changed his life during his 24 years of incarceration in a California prison. I applaud and second Hinton’s call for Harvard to invest in prison education. Education is and will continue to be critical in developing the leadership of those most impacted by our justice system. As an alum, I would love to see Harvard lead in this effort.

Bikila Ochoa, Ph.D. ’09
Los Angeles

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Hinton’s critique of our criminal justice system, and her call for policy reform, are compelling and convincing. But aside from a few casual references, the article ignores an essential dimension of the story: the victims. It is as if none of the incarcerated had committed an offense graver than possession of recreational drugs. Yet in many if not most cases, the victims of crime are from the same disadvantaged socioeconomic, racial, or ethnic groups as the perpetrators. Moreover, victim compensation, sometimes in lieu of incarceration, should be a key element of humane and effective offender rehabilitation.

In portraying the perpetrators as the victims, the author airbrushes the real victims out of the story. Truly, justice is blind.

Andrew Sorokowski, A.M. ’75
Rockville, Md.

The article was disappointing because it left out an important part of the story. Gibson overlooked James Forman Jr.’s book, Locking Up Our Own, subtitled Crime and Punishment in Black America, which won the Pulitzer Prize for general nonfiction in 2018. I am interested in the topic because I have been a criminal defense lawyer for most of my career, beginning in 1981.

The article sums up Hinton’s book as:

[telling] the story of how federal policies—shaped by presidential administrations and endorsed by Congress—ratcheted up surveillance and punishment in black urban neighborhoods from the 1960s through the 1980s, how criminalization was steadily expanded, and how all of this was driven by deeply held assumptions about the cultural and behavioral inferiority of black Americans.

Gibson overlooks the most important point of Locking Up Our Own: that “amid a surge in crime and drug addiction,” black mayors, judges, and police chiefs who took office in the 1970s, “fearing that the gains of the civil rights movement were being undermined by lawlessness, embraced tough-on-crime measures, including longer sentences and aggressive police tactics” (as the dust jacket puts it). Those officials responded to the demands of black people to do something about the crime in their neighborhoods.

There were big changes in the late 1980s with the advent of the federal sentencing guidelines. Drug cases, even for small amounts of illegal drugs, were prosecuted in federal court instead of state court to take advantage of long mandatory minimum sentences. While many black people were sentenced to prison for crimes involving crack cocaine in urban areas, white people were imprisoned for methamphetamine offenses in rural areas.

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In effect, our country decided to treat illegal drug possession and sales as a criminal-justice problem instead of a public-health challenge. Many public officials, black and white, were making decisions with the best of intentions that resulted in what is now called mass incarceration. Fear of crime motivated all races to do something. I hope Hinton is telling the whole story to her classes about how we got to now.

Patrick Deaton, M.P.A. ’87
St. Louis

The statistics are painfully clear: 50 percent of U.S. murders are committed by 6 percent of our population, black males. A very high violent crime rate in black communities requires police presence to (a) protect potential victims, mostly black, and (b) deter more serious crime. But Hinton concludes that history and white racism are to blame for black crime and imprisonment. Are we to believe that the black community bears no responsibility for its behavior?

Richard Merlo ’57
Elkin, N.C.

“Color and Incarceration” tells a tragic story. To the extent Hinton’s and others’ research in this field defines the problems to be solved, it is useful. This past August 30, Norfolk, Virginia’s, black police chief said, after a bloody week in which 10 people were shot and 5 killed, he is forming a committee to address the public-health crisis of young black men and gun violence the in the same way that they look at the opioid crisis. This means looking at poverty, education, and children regularly witnessing and being victims of gun violence. Black men are either suspect or victim in 93 percent of shootings in Norfolk, often both.

The chief said those demographics have persisted throughout his 30-year career. Black men were victims in 71 percent of the 450 homicides from 2006 to 2017. In the 320 killings in which police arrested someone, that suspect was black 78 percent of the time. He has been saying to groups: Guns are everywhere, shooters are getting younger, and Norfolk residents aren’t energized enough.

The racial makeup of Norfolk is : 47.1 percent white; 43.1 percent African American; 0.5 percent Native American; 3.3 percent Asian; 0.2 percent Pacific Islander; 2.2 percent other races; and 3.6 percent two or more races. Hispanics or Latinos of any race were 6.6 percent.

Where are the calls for Pareto analyses and research that help will help us set things right?

Robert Armour, M.B.A. ’67
Virginia Beach, Va.

 

Professor Elizabeth Hinton seems to view poverty and racial oppression as the underlying causes of violent crime.

The homicide offending rate for blacks in St. Louis is about 116 per 100,000 (https://www.slmpd.org/images/2018_Homicide_Stats_for_Website.pdf). This is 13 times the rate of 9 per 100,000 in New York City (https://www1.nyc.gov/assets/nypd/downloads/pdf/analysis_and_planning/yea....). The poverty rate in St. Louis is 23 percent, versus 19 percent in New York City.

New York City’s overall homicide rate declined from 31 per 100,000 in 1990 to 3.4 per 100,000 in 2018. Its poverty rate was 19 percent in both years.

Varying levels of poverty and racial oppression do not explain the homicide offending rate for blacks being 13 times higher in St. Louis than in New York City or the 90 percent decline in New York City’s homicide rate since 1990. What does?

Andrew Campbell ’74
Ann Arbor, Mich.

 

Elizabeth Hinton has done valuable research, but the her book From the War on Poverty to the War on Crime and the article give a misleading picture of the origin of the dramatic growth in our prison population. Chronological plots of crime statistics from Baltimore* and Massachusetts offer a better picture of what happened (*FBI UCR Crime data from a student research project led by me at George Mason University [in preparation]).

 A combination of factors including rise in drug use and other developments in the 1960s led to a huge surge in crime nationwide. This ultimately led to a bipartisan-supported increase in police resources and stiffening of sentencing that peaked with the 1994 Violent Crime Control Act. The Baltimore plot suggests it had major effect in reducing crime. 

Blacks bore the brunt of increased incarceration because higher percentages lived in poverty-burdened neighborhoods that are breeding grounds for crime. The anti-crime movement overreacted—a typical American behavior—but was fundamentally motivated against lawlessness, not a vendetta against African Americans. 

Frank T. Manheim ’52
Fairfax, Va.

Angela Davis

Harvard Magazine’s hagiographic paean to Angela Davis (“Revisiting Angela Davis,” the sidebar to “Color and Incarceration,” September-October, page 44) at least does touch on reality by noting a few of the details of her part in a horrible terrorist murder in the 1970s. Too bad the tone about that incident is so forgiving and low key.

However, to then pass off her totalitarian sympathies by simply saying she was a “member” of the Communist Party is an outrageous evasion. She was the vice presidential candidate of the American Communist Party twice, supported the Soviet invasion of Czechoslovakia in 1968, and was awarded the Lenin Peace Prize in 1979 in Moscow. It’s nice that Davis cares, or says she does, about prisoners in this country. However, when Czech dissident Jeri Pelikan publicly called on her to defend his imprisoned dissident comrades, she refused. When Alan Dershowitz asked her to support Eastern bloc political prisoners, she told him that “they are all Zionist fascists and opponents of socialism.” Which of course calls attention to her strong support for the anti-Zionist BDS movement, which aims to dismantle the Jewish homeland.

Angela Davis is a thoroughly reprehensible extreme leftist and a hypocrite when it comes to prisoners’ rights. It is a shame that such a puff piece on her made it into your pages, and it is a disgrace for Harvard to have anything to do with glorifying or honoring her.

Jonathan Burack ’64
East Lansing, Mich.

In “Revisiting Angela Davis,” on the exciting, upcoming exhibit from the papers of Angela Davis recently acquired by the Schlesinger Library, there is a questionable characterization of the “attack on the Marin County Courthouse” in 1970 that resulted in her arrest and trial on multiple charges related to this event.

Often referred to as the August 7 Revolt or Rebellion, the courthouse action was initiated by Jonathan Jackson, the younger brother of George Jackson, who was the most influential of the radical black prisoners referred to as the Soledad Brothers after being accused of the murder of a guard in the California state prison of that name. The sidebar states that the courthouse action was “intended to free the Soledad Brothers but instead left four people dead…,” a claim that was actually used by the prosecution in her trial to support the argument that Davis’s personal relationship with George Jackson was the principal motive for her involvement with the incident. The prosecution could not present definitive evidence for this claim, as detailed in Davis’s Autobiography, describing the cross-examination of chief prosecutor Albert Harris by the defense on that point. The implication that the four deaths resulting from the action were attributable to the brutality of Jackson and three militant prisoners during that incident was also contested in the cross-examination. Jonathan Jackson, prisoners James McClain and William Christmas, and Judge Haley were shot and killed inside a van by San Quentin guards in line with the policy at that time that all escapes must be prevented, even if the killing of hostages might be involved.

Anna Wexler, Ed.D. ’98
Jamaica Plain, Mass.

Bureau of Study Counsel

We are the five living former directors and associate directors of the Bureau of Study Counsel (BSC), representing nearly a half-century (1971-2019) of the BSC’s existence since its founding in the mid 1940s. We are concerned about the characterizations of the bureau offered as justification for its closing (“Bureau of Study Counsel, R.I.P.”; harvardmag.com/bsc-to-arc-19). We appreciate the magazine’s recognition that something important to students’ educational experience will likely be lost (“A Chill in the Air?” September-October, page 5). In our direct and extensive experiences of the BSC, we know it as an office that is deeply committed to an educational mission and model and that has continuously evolved to support the learning and developmental needs of an ever-changing student population.

The primary mission of the BSC has always been educational. BSC services have helped students sharpen their academic skills (reading, time management, problem-solving) with the broader goal of helping each student develop an independent mind that can, among other things, take thoughtful perspective on sources of knowledge and authority; reckon with complexity and uncertainty; generate and evaluate new possibilities; engage difficult endeavors with rigor and purpose; and weigh choices and consequences against deeply considered values. These capabilities are central to the College’s mission and the aims of a liberal arts and sciences education and are as relevant today as they were in the post-World War II era of the BSC’s founding.

When the College hired a new director in 2005, it expressly reconfirmed the BSC’s mission as an academic support office, not a mental-health service—a clarification that was necessary given that Harvard had moved oversight of the BSC to the University Health Services the previous year (a shift which the BSC counselors at that time cautioned against). In 2015, the staff welcomed the move back to the College as a renewed endorsement of the BSC’s original and continuing focus on learning and development.

During the last few decades, at Harvard and beyond, the term “mental health” has slipped almost unquestioned into everyday parlance and has become overly applied to human experience, including the inherently personal and emotional aspects of education and learning. The best educational/developmental support welcomes the rich complex whole of students’ experience of learning. Although such support—including that offered by the BSC—is appropriately informed by the fields of psychology and neuroscience, it is not mental-health treatment.

Listening closely to students’ experiences of learning has helped the BSC staff identify and bring early attention to emerging educational issues and trends—often long in advance of these becoming College priorities—including diversity, inclusion, and belonging in the University; plagiarism and academic integrity; academic stress and resilience; the role of technology in the college experience; and the value of a holistic approach to learning and development. The BSC has a longstanding record of hiring diverse staff from the fields of education and psychology as well as a history of drawing upon and contributing to evolving models and materials in the field of student learning and development.

For over 70 years the BSC has provided an educational setting in which students from every background have found the practical support, illuminating perspectives, and personal courage needed to engage in transformational learning. We five educators who lived and led two-thirds of the BSC’s long history are grateful to have been a part of such an innovative and inclusive learning service dedicated to promoting the intellectual and ethical development of our students.

Suzanne Renna, Ed.D. ’88
Former associate director and
former acting director

Ann Fleck-Henderson ’64, Ph.D.
Former associate director

Jean Wu, Ed.D. ’84
Former associate director

Abigail Lipson, Ph.D.
Former director

Sheila Reindl ’80, Ed.D. ’95
Former associate director

Climate Change

In an essay on “Climate Change” [President Lawrence S. Bacow’s regular letter to readers, September-October, page 3], it is stated that “The scientific consensus is by now clear:” Convenient, because there is not a word in the article to support this so-called science. Nor is there any mention that carbon dioxide, a small fraction of one-half of 1 percent of the earth’s atmosphere, is essential for plant life, and so for all life on earth—including us. One shudders to think how long life could “flourish” in this academically ideal “decarbonized future.”

Of course, the “scientific consensus” on the structure of the universe was settled by Ptolemy, creation by the Bible, gravity by Newton—until someone like Galileo, or Darwin, or Einstein, with the imagination and courage to challenge consensus, follow-the-crowd thinking came along. One hopes for something better from a major university. Nullius in verba.

William J. Jones, J.D. ’60
Warren, N.J.

Editor’s note: The nearly universal scientific consensus, worldwide and among Harvard experts, is that increased man-made emissions of heat-trapping gases such as carbon dioxide and methane are accelerating the warming of the planet and climate change—as has been scientifically predicted for decades. No one disputes that plants use carbon dioxide. Decarbonization refers to reducing man-made emissions from combusting fossil fuels, burning forests, and so on—not to changing the natural chemistry of the atmosphere. The magazine’s extensive coverage of these issues is searchable online at www.harvardmagazine.com; the president’s letter is about University affairs from his perspective, not an article or a report summarizing the underlying science.

 

I read with admiration and sadness the Undergraduate column by Isa Flores-Jones ’19, who writes of the disempowerment she felt as a climate activist trying, in vain, to convince Harvard to divest its holdings from oil and gas companies before her graduation (“Movement Ecology,” September-October, page 35). As Undergraduate columnist from 1985 to 1987, I well remember the “Divest Now” balloon tethered to my and many classmates’ graduation mortar boards—referring not to the University’s fossil-fuel assets, but to holdings in companies doing business with then-apartheid South Africa.

Then, as now, the Overseers made student activists feel they had no agency. As Flores-Jones describes: they listened politely, acknowledged students’ quaint idealism, and disclaimed any power to change the status quo. Affirmation and moral conviction came, instead, from afar: a graduation-day phone call from Archbishop Desmond Tutu to student movement leaders, assuring them their efforts would matter in the end. And matter they did.

Although the lesson of history is that we don’t learn from history, the denouement of the present divestment story seems particularly obvious. Couldn’t Harvard simply cut to the finish, and show that America’s most powerful institutions can occasionally be leaders rather than laggards?

Claudia Polsky ’87
Associate clinical professor of law
and director, Environmental Law Clinic
UC, Berkeley School of Law

I write to challenge President Bacow’s call for a “decarbonized future.” While all scientists agree that the earth has warmed and is still warming since the end of the Little Ice Age in 1850, there is no “consensus” that anthropogenic carbon dioxide (CO2) is the cause of either past or future warming. See, e.g., www.PetitionProject.org, where 31,487 scientists expressly dispute the “consensus” to which President Bacow erroneously refers. In my view, the current climate-change hysteria is based solely upon the projections of several dozen relatively crude and defective computer climate models. All of those models assume their own conclusion that: current and future anthropogenic CO2 will “cause” the glaciers to melt, the seas to rise, and shorelines to disappear. I liken the scary predictions of those modelers to the Wizard of Oz. President Obama has appropriately disregarded all of that CO2 hysteria and recently purchased his dream home on the immediate shoreline of Martha’s Vineyard Island in the middle of the Atlantic Ocean. He obviously has no fear of future sea-level rise.

Ten years ago, two distinguished German physicists destroyed the modelers’ unsupported CO2 hypothesis (see “Falsification of the Atmospheric CO2 Greenhouse Effects Within the Frame of Physics,” by Gerhard Gerlich and Ralf D. Tscheuschner, Int.J.Mod.Phys.B, vol. 23, no. 3, 2009). Since that time, no physicist at Harvard, or any other institution, has even attempted, much less succeeded, in showing that Gerlich and Tscheuschner’s falsification of the “anthropogenic CO2 warming hypothesis” is scientifically incorrect. Because there is no valid scientific evidence that the “anthropogenic CO2 warming hypothesis” has any basis in physics and/or the real world, there is obviously no need to put the entire world through the unimaginable and impossible task of “decarbonization.”

Don W. Crockett, J.D. ’66
Washington, D.C.

President Bacow in his essay says, “If the future is our genuine concern, we must face up to the stark reality of climate change.” He proceeds to tout Harvard’s “research, education, and engagement” but refers to the reasonable demand that Harvard act on its principles by divesting from its fossil-fuel investments only by noting that the debate about divestment “will no doubt continue.” What is he waiting for? How long can Harvard continue to urge its employees and students to recycle their cups while avoiding taking the ethical step—and showing true leadership among universities—by divesting? And he doesn’t even mention the advocacy for Harvard to divest from its investments in prisons, which are huge parts of a greedy and profoundly racist and classist set of enterprises.

Paula J. Caplan ’69 
Associate, Du Bois Institute, Hutchins Center for 
African and African American Research
Cambridge

Relative to the health of Mother Earth, the question is whether divestment is primarily a moral or a practical issue. Due to insatiable demand, the overuse of fossil fuels may be permanently damaging the planet; consumption is out of control, for political and economic reasons only indirectly related to good and evil. Thus the corruption of the fossil-fuel industry, and whether or not using a plastic toothbrush is morally superior to smoking a cigarette, are both incidental; unchecked consumption is the issue, regardless of the moral character of fossil-fuel sellers who merely supply the market with what it wants. And because they sell to anyone, as far as good and evil are concerned it is their absence of morality that should concern us; cold, mercenary, and devoid of conscience, they bargain with saints and sinners alike. This is what an Exxon share really signifies—a for-profit investment in a ruthless trade that does not trouble itself with delicate matters of conscience, and soils its hands as conditions require.

So the least the apologists for fossil-fuel investment can do is stop patronizing us with their pseudo-moral arguments of convenience—for the sake of intellectual honesty, if nothing else. Otherwise we must take their position for what it is: a timid, unprincipled concession to the raw power of a worldwide behemoth, to which many research universities are now attached like remoras to the back of a whale. And since we are known by the company we keep, we are left with two questions; for what do we stand, and how will we be remembered. Slavery once had its share of ardent defenders who saw positive moral good in it; how long, then, will it take the fossil-fuel apologists to see the bankruptcy of their position for themselves.

Frank Morgan ’73, Ds ’79
Wrightsville, Pa.

In his September message to the Harvard community, President Bacow summarized his concerns on climate change and fossil fuels: Climate change is a crisis…fossil fuels are the problem…We hope to be fossil-fuel free by 2050. 

Is the “We” President Bacow is referring to, to make all buildings of the Harvard community fossil-free by 2050? If so, how would one measure the cost and benefit to the University? Or is “We” referring to a larger entity?

As we debate the extent and location of “Climate Change” problems, we must not forget the Hockey Stick hoax of East Anglia University, which most agree was based on manipulated data. 

On August 8, 2019, there was a United Nations Intergovernmental Panel that announced that global warming was devastating crop production and threatening food shortages. This news was contradicted 20 days later, by a Wall Street Journal article that global crop production is setting new records. 

I would like to see a report by a skilled scientist of the Harvard community evaluate the research done by the petroleum engineer Robert Rapier in his paper, published by Forbes on July 1, 2018, titled “China emits more carbon dioxide then the U.S. and EU Combined.” Rapier’s statistics indicate a substantial growth of global emissions of CO2 between 1990 and 2017 from 11 to 18 billion tons/year. In 1990, free Europe and the U.S. combined emitted 9 billion tons, and in 2017 it dropped to 8 billion tons. During the same period the emissions of CO2 in China increased from 2 to 10 billion tons. 

A question for our Harvard community should be, what is the measure we should be using in defining the dangers of carbon dioxide emissions into the atmosphere?. And what is the view of Professor William Happer of Princeton? 

David Scott ’51, M.B.A. ’53 
Dover, N.H. 

I was disappointed by Mr. Bacow’s column, particularly by his comment that “The scientific consensus is by now clear.”

While periodically scientific consensus may be clear, it is never immutable nor settled. Science is based on observation; and as we continue to observe more and gain more facts, scientific consensus moves on.

The “scientific consensus” was settled that everything revolved around the earth before Galileo. In the Soviet Union, the “scientific consensus” was settled under the Lysenkoist theory that changes to living beings could be passed on genetically. And so on.

I would also observe that “climate change” is and always has been ongoing. As far as I can understand, the earth’s climate has been changing for several million years. It is hard to know what exactly is different right now and why we should suddenly be alarmed about a process that does predate us by the aforementioned several million years and which seems not to have resulted in catastrophe for tens of thousands of years (ever since the last Ice Age.)

I applaud Mr. Bacow’s call for additional research. But the president of Harvard, of all people, should not indulge in unscientific and even anti-scientific appeals to a current consensus.

Tom Neagle, M.B.A. ’72
Fort Mill, S.C.

 Larry Bacow’s climate-change column was the most globally important piece I recall reading in Harvard magazine in decades.

By way of background for this comment, I spent many years studying various fields of science before becoming a Humphrey Fellow at Harvard Business School a lifetime ago. With my M.B.A. degree in hand, I worked as a management consultant for Arthur D. Little Inc., then headed up a similar but smaller firm with a reputation for high-quality consulting work. From this education and experience, through HBS, ADL, and a nearly 40-year-long career, I learned how to sort out the real from the fake, and the important from the trivial. 

Now, as a parent, a grandparent, and someone who cares about other people, I feel obligated to speak up and say that no truer words have been written about climate change and its overarching importance than those in Larry’s column. World-famous scientists who understand climate change, including many at Harvard, shake their heads in sad disbelief at the huge gap between their fact-based concern for our future and the widespread nonchalance of the general public—not to mention the outright denial among some.

Larry’s column provides a welcome and overdue brightening of the glimmers of climate-change light that now emanate from various Harvard schools, including HBS. For that I am grateful. Now it’s time for Harvard, the university that educates leaders who make a difference in the world, to show others the way forward by establishing a University Climate Initiative to put Harvard at the cutting edge of this critical existential issue.

Roger Shamel, M.B.A. ’74
Hillsborough, N.H.

The global warming alarms that sounded late in the last century initially were very troubling. But time was not kind to the alarmists, who have since been discredited: none of their dire forecasts has come to pass. We’ve had no temperature increase at all over the past 20 years, even as atmospheric CO2 concentration continues to rise steadily.

Agreement seems to be emerging among numerous credible scientists that:

  • CO2 probably is not a significant factor in global warming. There certainly is no “consensus” to the contrary, and studies claiming to have found one have been refuted.
  • Warming and cooling cycles occur through natural forces which we can’t control, with solar activity likely being one of the most important.
  • CO2 is a good thing, not a bad thing, and so are fossil fuels. Increased atmospheric CO2 produces many beneficial effects on natural plant and animal environments.

Thus, I was very disappointed to read Harvard president Larry Bacow’s “View From Mass Hall: Climate Change.” He merely parrots the popular media narrative: “…we must face up to the stark reality of climate change. The scientific consensus is by now clear: the threat is real, the potential consequences are grave, and the time to focus on solutions is now.”

Well, no, not really. That is to view climate change from the alarmist extreme of the debate.

Many respected scientists now know better; they offer a more balanced view of things. Future generations may well look back upon the climate change panic as the worst case of mass hysteria since the Church of Rome convulsed over Galileo. Too bad that Harvard’s leadership is following politics, not science, doing little to calm the hysteria or expose the decarbonization mania for the folly that it is.

Robert E. Price, M.B.A. ’71
Franklin, N.C.

Baseball’s Rules

Jacob Sweet’s baseball profile, “All Instincts” (May-June, page 32), states that a batter cannot steal first base. But a batter may attempt to steal first on a wild pitch when there are no on-base runners.

Paul Coran
Rockville, Md.

Jacob Sweet clarifies: This is true in the independent Atlantic League as of July, but not in college baseball or MLB as of press time.

About That Vole

Although I greatly appreciated the article about me (“A New Way of Being in the World,” September-October, page 67), there’s something I would like to clarify. The article ends with a vole who is cornered on my porch by two of my cats. She knows she can’t escape, she believes the end has come, and she covers her eyes with her hands. That part’s okay, but I’ve had some criticism from readers for letting this happen, and the truth (which didn’t appear in the article) is that I didn’t let it happen. I ran toward the cats, shouting at them, they turned to look at me, the vole saw she had a moment to escape, and she dashed away to safety. That’s in the book, and I’d appreciate your publishing this letter so readers won’t think too badly of me.

Elizabeth Marshall Thomas ’54
Peterborough, N.H.

Kudos

Thank you and Nell Porter Brown for the “Explorations and Curiosities” series (Harvard Squared). It’s drawn our attention to all kinds of experiences we would have missed otherwise—just last week we spent a wonderful afternoon at the fascinating Public Health Museum in Tewksbury, which I wouldn’t have known about without Porter Brown’s article in the magazine.

Tara Kelly ’91
Gloucester, Mass.

I enjoyed All in a Day about Worcester (“Purgatory—and Beyond,” Harvard Squared, September-October, page 16N). But I was sorry it did not mention the great Korean restaurant Simjang. The food is outstanding, the staff welcoming; they even hosted a poetry reading where I had a chance to share some of my own dishes of poems about Korea. I hope others discover Simjang, too.

David McCann
Korea Foundation professor of
Korean literature emeritus
Watertown, Mass.

Nell Porter Brown’s feature on “Purgatory—and Beyond” brought me to full attention.

I haven’t thought of Purgatory in Sutton, Massachusetts, for decades. It was a destination for a few summer outings for us kids coming from the heat of the nearby city of Worcester. Although it lacked a swimming hole, the rocks provided entertainment sufficient for an afternoon. Thanks for the photo and for the text which stirred some very good memories, and which in turn inspired the poem I attach.

Station Yourself on the Rock

Purgatory Chasm in Sutton, Mass.—
a geological anomaly—meant
more than that to you and me
(no scientists we at five and seven)
who had come with parents
to picnic a lifetime ago.
Pictures emerge in my mind
of sharp outcroppings of towering rock
intimidating in their seeming leaning
at a cautionary angle that said, Take care,
and we did, climbing that rocky place
named by Puritans as Purgatory
where the soul is cleansed by fire
before coming into the presence of God
enabled to bear the beatific vision
which otherwise it could not, recalling
Moses, hidden in rock and waiting to see
the glory of God pass by, but only
allowed the hindmost parts, as no one
could look on the face of God and live.
As smoke rose up from our charcoal grill—
hot dogs, chips and tonic ready—
we sat at a picnic table and shared
the family meal before God.

Judith Robbins, M.T.S. ’96
Whitefield, Me.

Diversity

Regarding the New York Times Magazine’s cover story on litigation before Judge Burroughs (9/1/19):

While the author sets out to analyze the litigation from the viewpoint of second-generation Asian immigrants, the point I draw from it is quite different. The Harvard admissions process is about diversity for the benefit of the student body, not for the purpose of righting old injustices; it has nothing to do with affirmative action. Harvard may quite properly have a purpose not focused on addressing the harms of historic, institutional racism. One can quite properly argue whether this is the “right” purpose for a private institution or not, but it’s not a federally justiciable issue. 

 William Malone ’58, J.D. ’62
New Canaan, Conn.

 Not White, not Black; Asian. Hispanic.

My son’s high school writes to ask me about his race. There are very few choices and so, I reply, none of them describe the diversity he represents. 

I hesitate to tell the information officer that my son is African American. Yet that’s exactly what he is: his father was born under a tree in the Sahara. His first language was not Arabic dialect but the tribal language of the Saharawi. 

In New Orleans, I think, my son isn’t black. But I’m wrong. He isn’t white. And what else is there? In this town, where people have been mixing for 400 years, the reality of Code Noir and Jim Crow has left lasting divisions. My son came home from day care, at age three, and confided in us that he was glad that his father was not a slave because, as his caregivers had told him, this had been the fate of black people in Louisiana. 

So why do I get it wrong, on the form, and say—because there is no category for my son—white? It is the same box that his young, African-American, English teacher puts him in, ignoring the experience he brings to their reading of African and Asian, Muslim, literatures. But the following year, another English teacher, white and on the verge of retirement, puts him in that other box, the one in which people, no matter how smart they might be, are not seen as competent in English. People with my son’s strange name and curly dark hair. 

Harvard students representing diversity have recently testified about their experience. I applaud them. I did not know what it was like to be “taken for” something, to be projected onto, until I watched my son. 

I worried about my son applying to Harvard with less than perfect scores, less than perfect grades. But he understands something better than I do. He understands that, wherever he is admitted, he will bring needed diversity: intelligence and experience, but also that fact that some people might not have seen him the way I do and also for that reason might not have given him the grade he deserves. And this, too, makes him who he is: “white” or African American, beur or Arab; in the UK, Asian, Muslim; and in Spain, Spanish, like his uncle, and other members of the tribe born before the Sahara was de-colonized.

He checks all the boxes. Why ask me? He knows who he is. 

Felicia McCarren ’82
New Orleans 

Errata

The fourth paragraph of the Vita on suffragist Adella Hunt Logan (September-October, page 54) contained inaccuracies in dating and other details involving Hunt Logan’s interactions with Susan B. Anthony, which were pointed out by Anthony biographer Lynn Sherr. Details appear at harvardmag.com/vita-logan-19. We regret the errors.

The profile of Elizabeth Marshall Thomas (“A New Way of Being in the World,” September-October, page 67) reported that she had “three dogs and three cats”—but one of those dogs is her son’s.

The report on a collection obtained by Radcliffe’s Schlesinger Library (“Revisiting Angela Davis,” September-October, page 44) indicated that Professor Elizabeth Hinton and two graduate students sorted and organized the materials for an exhibition. In fact, their selections for the exhibition were preceded by processing of the materials by Schlesinger staff archivists Jenny Gotwals, Amber Moore, and Jehan Sinclair.

As published, the letter from Robert H. Goldstein (September-October, page 6) omitted a significant word, rendering “my humorously intended comments incomprehensible,” he notes. The letter should have read: “Among certain ethnic groups, the theological question of when life begins is reputed to be answered, ‘On graduation from law school,’” with the italicized word here restored.

 

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I removed this from one of the posts regarding the Halloween storm for two reasons; I didn't want to hijack the original thread, and I wanted to flesh out things more.

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Yurik Mamedov Has His Opportunity Awaiting Him

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By: Hans Themistode

Anyone who has ever had dreams, understands that it only it takes an opportunity for everything to fall into place. Those opportunities however, are far and few between.

Super Lightweight prospect Yurik Mamedov is in the midst of a stellar boxing career. Through 12 professional bouts he has won 11 of them. Truth be told, he should be sitting here as an undefeated fighter as his 2017 defeat at the hands of Marcus Beckford was highly disputed. Still, even with that small blimp on his resume, Mamedov has enjoyed a successful career thus far.

Unlike many young prospects, Mamedov has not had the luxury of getting many fights as of late. In the career of a young fighter, it is ordinary to see them grace the ring four, five, even six times during a year.

In 2017, Mamedov made six appearances in the ring and excelled winning five of those aforementioned contest. The following year, however, things began to change. He entered the ring just twice during the year and has since followed that up with just one appearance in 2019.

Things needed to be altered. Mamedov, who was born in Russia but currently resides in Brooklyn, New York, decided to make a change. After spending several years as a free agent, he watched as fight after fight fell by the wayside. Just a few short months ago, Mamedov signed a deal with Uprising promotions in order to get the opportunities he has been longing for.

“I made some big changes,” said Mamedov. “I decided to work with Uprising promotions. I have a five fight deal with them and I believe it was the right move for me to do. I had so many fights that got canceled and I couldn't just continue to train and not actually fight. Me and my new promoters sat down and discussed my future and I like the vision that he has for me so it has me excited.”

The excitement is easy to understand. Shortly after signing his deal with Uprising promotions, he was given a fight date immediately. Mamedov is also being given a shot at a title as well.

“My upcoming fight will be for the WBA Southern Caribbean title against Eduardo Cordovez. The plan is to win this title and work my way into a ranked position in the WBA. I’m glad to be working with Uprising for my future fights. This is my first time that I've ever signed a deal with any promoter but I'm happy that I did.”

Although the WBA Southern Caribbean is a smaller trinket, it is something that can position him down the line to securing major fights. The contest between Mamedov and Corovez will take place in Kingston Jamaica. It isn't the most ideal place for the 28 year old, but he is grateful for the opportunity nevertheless.

“This will be my first fight outside of the country in my professional career but I’m used to it. I’ve fought in France and Puerto Rico in the amateurs so traveling for a fight isn't a big deal to me. I’m just glad that I will be fighting on pay per view for the first time in my career and it won't be expensive either. Anyone that wants to watch my fight can go to TelevisionJamaica.com and pay four dollars to watch a great fight. I want everyone to tune in so they can finally see what I can do.”

For just about anyone else, the thought of fighting in another country can be a burden. But for Mamedov, his fight in Jamaica will be easy compared to the fight that him and his people have been dealing with over the years.

“I am Yezidi myself and since 2012 we have been killed by Isis,” said Mamedov. “Because they want to convert us to Islam to become Muslim, they kidnap the women and turn them into sex slaves.”

With the ordeals that his people have currently gone through, Mamedov will look to use this as motivation going forward. The ultimate goal for Mamedov is to secure a title shot in his natural weight class of the Super Lightweight division.

“All I need is a few more fights and I’ll be ready for a world title shot. Now that I am in my normal weight class I believe I will be even more effective. With just a few more fights under my belt I’ll be ranked with the WBA and I’ll be given a title shot within a couple years. First things first, I have to take care of business in my next fight on November 16th.”

Fueled by the trials and tribulations of his people, coupled with the biggest opportunity of his career, Mamedov can't afford to let this moment go to waste.

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Jamaica Plain’s West Won Student Academy Award

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There aren't many Academy Awards floating around Jamaica Plain, but there's one more in the neighborhood thanks to Georden West, who won a Student Academy Award for their short film Patron Saint. West's film won the gold medal in the Alternative/Experimental category for their film that was made while West was an MFA student at […]
          

Jamaica Plain’s Feeney Appearing in Walpole Footlighters’ ‘9 to 5 The Musical’

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First, Music legend Dolly Parton wrote additional songs to go along with her hit 9 to 5 from the 1980 movie of the same name. Then original screenwriter Patricia Resnick adapted the movie script. The result was a hit movie morphed into a hit Broadway musical... And the Walpole Footlighters are opening their 96th season […]
          

CARICOM leaders in ‘crisis of will’ – PM

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The Prime Minister appeared to reach a new peak of frustration with the pace of Caribbean integration today, declaring it has crawled to the point where her fellow CARICOM leaders are gripped by a “crisis of will” and that she is growing tired of giving speeches pointing the way forward for the 46-year-old bloc.

Speaking to an audience that included some of her counterparts, ministers of finance and investment and senior representatives of international financial institutions, she contended that the public awareness has already been done on such issues as migration, but that action on managing it remains far off.

“I almost tire now of giving these speeches… and I tire of giving them because progress is too slow, and I ask myself why is progress slow… and it comes right back down to where I started. Fundamentally, it is about the will to make that difference,” she told the ninth annual Caribbean Forum on Regional Transformation for Inclusive and Sustainable Growth at the Lloyd Erskine Sandiford Centre.

Mottley called for a regionally-owned or operated cargo shipping company that can transport agricultural produce between Caribbean states daily as another example on which leaders continue to fail the people.

In 1963, the West Indies Shipping Corporation (WISCO), formed with the two Canadian ships donated to the short-lived West Indies Federal Government which collapsed the previous year, was an intra-regional merchant shipping company which moved goods throughout the then Caribbean Free Trade Area (CARIFTA) and its successor, CARICOM. Riddled with debt, WISCO failed in 1992.

Mottley declared: “We need to be able to have a maritime bridge.

“The Canadians in the 1950s and ‘60s recognized that this region could not do it on its own and assisted us with two boats… the Federal Maple and the Federal Palm.

“But our determination to be able to create them again is absolutely critical, if we are going to see the sale of produce across the region become a daily reality.”

She argued that the ability of CARICOM member states to reduce the region’s US$5 billion import bill would make the difference to householders and families.

“But our failure to treat to the logistics of the movement of this produce is denying the opportunities to families within this region,” she added.

A cost-effective common telecommunications system was another area which the Prime Minister identified as lacking the will by leaders to implement.

“Equally, our inability to reduce our cost of communication by artificially placing costs and prices on us for talking across the region, when invariably if you pick up this phone,” Mottley said as she displayed her mobile phone, “and I go to do certain things, it comes up as Jamaica. Why? Because the switch from which it is operated is not located in Barbados. And if it is not located in Barbados, why am I paying roaming charges when I go to Jamaica?   

“A single domestic space in telecommunications is absolutely vital to the successful integration of our people… because at the end of the day, Governments don’t trade, it is people through companies and households that do so,” Prime Minister Mottley suggested.

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Scotia banking on Barbados

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Scotiabank has reaffirmed its commitment to the Barbados market following the divestment of seven of its operations elsewhere in the Caribbean.

What is more, Senior Vice President of International Banking Brendon King said while there would be no more physical branches, the bank would be increasing its capital investment as it expands its digital footprint across the island.

“In Barbados, we continue to overhaul our footprint to focus on key branches where we can create an enhanced experience to customers with more technology and the right infrastructure to meet their needs. We are committed to our operations here in Barbados and we believe these decisions will help us to continue to thrive for the long-term,” he told a client cocktail event at the Sandy Lane Country Club on Tuesday night.

This commitment comes on the heels of the completion of the divestment of Scotia’s operations in Anguilla, Dominica, Grenada, St Lucia, St Kitts & Nevis, St Vincent and the Grenadines and St Maarten.

It also comes a year after the implementation of debt restructuring in the Barbados economy, which will see the $180.7 million in Government securities collectively held by commercial banks taking a hit.

King said the Barbados market has been “a great one” for the financial institution over the past six decades and the potential for earnings for shareholders continued to look favourable.

“We look at every market and its potential and look at if we can operate safely within our risk parameters and can we earn a return for our shareholders. It is very clear to us after our analysis that Barbados continues to be a strong market for us and we are looking forward to growing here for many years to come,” he said.

In relation to Government’s debt restructuring, King lauded the Mia Mottley-led administration “for the steps taken and for the consistency they are now showing in achieving the targets”.

Asked about the bank’s appetite for Government paper in the future, King said with Government unlikely to issue any new bonds within the next three years “that is not an option for us”.

“It is early days . . . It is extremely important that that commitment is unwavering and that the commitment to the targets are met. Sometimes that will require adjustments to some of their programmes on the fly.

Pointing to the Jamaica restructuring experience, King said it could be a “good template for Barbados”, pointing out that Jamaica was now enjoying some “very strong foreign investments” and the bank’s growth there was now “higher than it has been for years”.

During the reception, King announced that Scotia would be launching a new digital app in the first quarter of 2020 “to significantly increase functionality and offer a better customer experience”, offering alerts and other updates.

King said the customer base in Barbados was eager to go digital, stating that this island had some of the strongest growth in digital banking with only 14 per cent of financial transactions now taking place in a branch and 53 per cent of transactions either online or at an automated teller machine (ATM).

“For us, this is telling a story that our customers here in Barbados value our digital offering and it’s an area where we continue to invest,” he said.

He also pointed out that the bank, which has been in the island for the past 63 years, would be continuing a number of its partnerships including one with the University of the West Indies.

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Social worker wants more people trained to identify sexual abuse, incest

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JAS wants government's help to clear its debts

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Nov 13, 2019: House Dinner at Carl Becker House

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Jamaican chicken, Jamaican curried fish, pepper pot soup vegan, red peas & rice vegan, callaloo (vegan), Jamaican potatoes, Ithaca Bakery rolls, oreo cheesecake

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Western Union introduces new payment option for local Amazon customers

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Restive Scotiabank workers

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Jamaica no longer willing to give fiscal incentives to investors, says PM

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Jamaica develops online investment guides

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New INTERCOL president promises constitutional changes

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Chinelle Henry returns to Windies women's squad after injury

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JOA inks insurance coverage deal with Marathon for Tokyo Olympics

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Jamaica Bobsled purchases new equipment

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McLean doubtful for Windies women's final ODI against India

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BREAKING: Sachin Dennis to switch allegiance?

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Entrepreneurs Have Eyes on $50K Prize

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Entrepreneurs Have Eyes on $50K Prize Yupay Wed, 11/06/2019 - 11:26
The team behind Pekant Tea — Mike Romano, left, Mike Circosta, center, and J.J. Villani — are hoping to capture a $50,000 prize in the Riptide: Sink or Swim start-up competition to help take their spicy beverage to a broader market.
Maya Roseval

Several East End entrepreneurs will vie for a $50,000 investment in their businesses on Saturday in the final round of a local “Shark Tank”-like venture competition.

The annual contest, called Riptide: Sink or Swim, was launched in 2017 by I-Hamptons, a company that provides resources for start-up businesses.

Applicants are asked to submit pitches for products focused on health and wellness, food, drink, and hospitality, media and technology, or retail and consumer products.

This year, 46 businesses applied, and 23 made it to the semifinal round, according to Ashley Heather, the founder of I-Hamptons and also of the co-working space the Spur. The semifinalists were asked to submit video pitches, which were posted online, and the public voted for their favorites. The five highest vote-getters have moved on to the final round. They will each give an in-person presentation to judges and an audience at the Southampton Arts Center at 5 p.m. on Saturday.

“This year we saw a threefold increase in submissions over last year, and almost 6,000 votes were cast,” Mr. Heather said. “That tells me we are onto something. We expect some of these businesses will become regional or national.”

Among the finalists are Elias Van Sickle and Collin Kavanaugh, who have been friends since childhood, when they lived on the same street in Springs. The business partners, who are big surfers and beachgoers, are pitching Montauk Mud, an environmentally friendly sunscreen. Unlike most sunscreens, said Mr. Van Sickle, the product they’ve developed is made without chemicals such as oxybenzone, which has been found to harm coral reefs and marine life, and which may affect the human endocrine system.

“We’re seeing a big shift away from people using chemicals that are bad for us and the environment,” he said. That means, said Mr. Kavanaugh, “the sunscreen market is ready for disruption.”

They are developing sales channels and raising the profile of Montauk Mud in coastal and outdoor-oriented communities around the country. Hawaii and Key West have recently passed laws that would ban the sale of sunscreens that contain chemicals like oxybenzone, they said, so the need for an alternative like Montauk Mud is growing.

Alayah Hewie, whose late grandmother, Rena Hewie Stoutt, owned the former Jamaica Specialties grocery store on North Main Street in East Hampton, will present her food business, Rena’s Dream Patties, at the finals. Named in honor of her grandmother, the patties are Jamaican street food, an iteration of the Cornish pasty, which Ms. Hewie makes with beef, curry chicken, spinach, and cheese (the mainstays), as well as seasonal ingredients like sweet potatoes and callaloo.

“The most complicated but rewarding part is making the pastry,” said Ms. Hewie. “I’ve been posting the patties on Instagram, and people keep trying to order them,” she said. “But we’re not there yet.” If she wins the prize money, she said, she would use it to ramp up wholesale production, launch a website, and make the patties available in local food and coffee shops.

 Earlier this year, Charity Joy Robinson of Sag Harbor started making Kombat-cha, her take on kombucha, the fermented probiotic beverage, because she hated the vinegary taste of other brands. Kombat-cha is now sold in nine local shops, including Provisions and the Cavaniola gourmet store at Amagansett Square, she said. It has also earned Ms. Robinson, and Romi Sloan, her business partner, a slot in the Riptide finals. In addition to being able to purchase more glass bottles, caps, and labels, the $50,000 would allow them to buy a refrigerated van to use for deliveries, said Ms. Robinson. They would also buy a machine that could automatically fill bottles. Right now, they often have to be topped off by hand.

At Saturday’s presentation, Ms. Robinson said, she plans to bring humor and music to her pitch. “My sister and I came up with a jingle for Kombat-cha,” she said. “I think when you present your business, you should make it relatable to everybody in the audience.”

The bright idea that brought Nate Burns, an East Quogue resident and a spray technician for a pest control company, to the Riptide finals is a device called the Tick Ball. “This is a user-friendly, low-impact way to kill ticks,” said Mr. Burns, who is in the process of registering the product with the federal Environmental Protection Agency and the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation.

The biode­gradable ball is made of molded pulp, and enclosed within it is a wad of cotton that has been treated with the insecticide permethrin. As Mr. Burns said in his video pitch, the balls are designed to be tossed into wooded areas of a yard where mice, which are the main transmitters of Lyme disease and major carriers of ticks, will encounter them. The mice will extract the cotton from the ball and take it back to their nests, he said.

The insecticide kills ticks, but is not harmful to the mice. It is also safe for humans and pets. Mr. Burns said he has two patents on the product, one for its design, and another for its use.

The fifth start-up business in the running for the prize is the Pekant Tea Company, which produces a spicy bottled organic black tea that is sweetened with fruit, and infused with chile (pepper). The company’s co-founders, Mike Circosta of Williston Park, J.J. Villani of Nesconset, and Mike Romano of East Moriches, said they have trademarked the tag line “A little sweet, with a little heat” for the product, which has received positive feedback from local retail outlets.

Pekant Tea is already carried at 20 branches of Stop and Shop in Suffolk County, said Mr. Circosta. “The product is so unique that it opens up a lot of doors,” he said. The tea is made at Stony Brook University’s business incubator in Calverton, “but we’re bursting at the seams,” he said. “We need more space and we need more help.”

The prize money would be used to develop a marketing campaign, and to organize taste-testing events, he said. When people sample the tea, he said, they’re won over. “We’re a local Long Island company, but this product has wide appeal, so we’re not going to limit ourselves. We’re going to shoot for the stars.”


          

Event: VII Regional Platform for Disaster Risk Reduction in the Americas and the Caribbean (RP20)

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The VII Regional Platform for Disaster Risk Reduction (DRR) in the Americas and the Caribbean will convene under the theme, ‘Building Resilient Economies in the Americas and the Caribbean,’ to raise awareness of the increasing economic and human cost of disasters in the Americas and the Caribbean, including the special challenges facing small island developing States (SIDS).

As decided at the VI Regional Platform for DRR in the Americas in Cartagena, Colombia, in June 2018, the Forum will by hosted by Jamaica, the first Caribbean country to host a regional platform. The event is organized by the UN Office for Disaster Risk Reduction – Regional Office for the Americas and the Caribbean (UNDRR AM).


          

El Sound Clash vuelve a Jamaica

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Por fin, la batalla musical más popular del momento ha aterrizado por primera vez en Jamaica; a pesar de estar ideada sobre el concepto del Sound Clash jamaicano. Sin embargo, la Red Bull Culture Clash Kingston ha sido una de las experiencias más innovadoras de los últimos años en la isla. El último gran clash […]

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Lutan Fyah – Giggling (Official Video)

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Lutan Fyah – Giggling En mayo de este año, escuchamos por primera vez el The Heart of Reggae Riddim de Nuh Rush Records, un ritmo donde pudimos encontrar temas como este «Giggling» de Lutan Fyah. Ahora, esta pista se ha convertido en el nuevo vídeo single del jamaicano.

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Beniton – So Jamaican – (Louie Rankin tribute)

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Beniton – So Jamaican Como casi todas las personas amantes de esta cultura saben, tristemente, Louie Rankin nos dejó hace apenas un mes. Bien, pues este «So Jamaican» es el tributo que ha querido dedicarle el neoyorkino Beniton, un artista que también es conocido como Jack Frostt.

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Ras Ghandi – State Of Emergency (Official Video)

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Ras Ghandi – State Of Emergency El artista nacido como Duaine Bowen, más conocido como Ras Ghandi, es un popular cantante, letrista y productor. Ahora, acaba de publicar un nuevo vídeo single bajo el título de «State Of Emergency», un tema muy interesante en el que nos describe la realidad de las calles jamaicanas.

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El Reggae y la retórica anti-babylon

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En realidad, el atractivo turístico de Jamaica, pieza clave de su economía, se ha desarrollado a partir de la música Reggae y la revolución rastafari. Algo que es difícil de creer si analizamos bien lo que ocurrió en esta isla caribeña. El Reggae y la retórica anti-babylon Desde los barrios marginales de Kingston, Jamaica, la […]

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El poder de las instrumentales

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En cierto modo, las instrumentales están dejando de ser una piedra angular en la música jamaicana. Por ello, en este artículo recordaremos lo que han significado en las diferentes etapas, haciendo especial hincapié en la llegada del Digital. El poder de las instrumentales Las pistas instrumentales, sin duda, han sido una pieza clave en la […]

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El liderazgo de la cultura Sound System

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En la actualidad, la cultura Sound System está viviendo unos difíciles momentos en Jamaica. Por ese motivo, cada vez son más las personas que afirman que ahora el Sound System es mucho más vibrante fuera de la isla. El presente del Sound System A partir de la década de los 50, los Sound Systems han […]

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Royal Soldiers de Jah Cure, por LadDy Roci

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Jah Cure Royal Soldiers (VP Records), por LadDy Roci. Siguiendo la línea musical que ha acompañado al artista jamaicano desde sus comienzos, una mezcla de lovers rock y reggae pegadizo, Jah Cure presenta el que es su octavo álbum de estudio. Lleno de colaboraciones interesantes y musicalidad, Royal Soldiers es un legado al roots reggae más […]

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Reggae Gold 2019, por LadDy Roci

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Reggae Gold 2019, por LadDy Roci El legendario sello de música jamaicana VP Records vuelve con su compilación de tracks: Reggae Gold 2019. Recopilando en un LP lo mejor del reggae y dancehall anual desde 1992, el hecho es que cada álbum deja asomar lo mejor, y nuevos talentos y nombres de la escena internacional. Prueba […]

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Restaurant Review, Ten Tables Cambridge

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The never ending race to Friday night, where M and I get home, and ask each other, “So where are we going out to eat this weekend?” I hadn’t come up with any new places, so I went through OpenTable curious to see where we could get into. Ten Tables popped up, the Cambridge location, and we called, just to see for the hell of it if we could get in. 915pm, while insanely late for us, we weren’t in any rush to get out of the house, so we took that reservation.

We arrived to Ten Tables-Cambridge (TT-C) around 850pm and approached the hostess stand. We were told that our name was not to be found on the reservation list, but none the less, they would see if we could be seated. Ten minutes later, we were seated along the main aisle of the dining room. I noticed it a bit loud for indoor-voice conversation, but not overwhelming.

It took at least five minutes before we were offered water and then another several more minutes before the water arrived in a glass carafe. Several more minutes elapsed before our water arrived with some pretty good soft bread and olive oil. A pretty good start to the meal while even though the service seemed a bit inattentive.

We ordered our dishes, one appetizer and one entree each. While we were sitting there talking, we noticed that our waiter was discussing the tasting menu to a couple next to us. After he had tended to their needs, we pulled him aside and asked about the tasting menu, which we had not been told about from the outset. A bit odd, but four courses, chef’s choice at $40 a piece, we decided it was the way to go, to truly experience what the chef had to offer. We noticed that our server was much more explanatory with other parties, talking about TT, the thought behind how the food is sourced, how the kitchen can accommodate most food preferences and allergies. I guess we expected that a resaurant that had such good reviews would give us customers more of a welcome feeling rather than ask for what you want and dash off.

Our first course was by far our favorite, a small bowl of mussels on top of a crustini with sauteed spinach. Just the right amount of garlic and oil so that the bread was slightly soggy. I was using my bread to lap up all the garlic-oil sauce I could get to. The second course was a duo of scallops on top of farro with olives, with a strong zest of what tasted like lemon. I found the scallops well cooked, but the lemon zest over-powering the entire dish. I ended up pushing what zest I could find off to the side. The olives were cut up small and mixed in with the farro. I myself am not a fan of olives at all, but did not find that they dominated the dish. M felt otherwise, and left most of her farro on the plate.

The third dish was a piece of steak, sliced thin, over vegetables in what tasted like a balsamic vinegar reduction. I found this the most uninteresting part of the evening. While I do understand it was chef’s choice, I must imagine there are people who have strong preferences over how they like their meat cooked. I like mine more medium-rare, while M is more a medium- well person. The meat came out in more of a medium preparation. It was quite tough, and lacked any real distinctive flavor other than the vinegar on which it sat.

Before desert we were given a palette cleanser of sour-orange sherbert which was quite tart. It did its job, the memories of the past three dishes had been successfully erased. The dessert was a chocolate terrine with Thai basil ice cream. For those people who enjoy Thai food and the spices it features, the ice cream will bring a familiar flavor to your tongue. I must say it was the most thought-provoking dish of the evening. Definitely not what you expect, but it easily cut through the other flavors. The chocolate terrine was a square of sweet rich-but-not-too-rich chocolate. I felt that again a restaurant that is popular among Boston foodies, could have made a much more interesting dessert.

I must say, having read reviews of the Ten Tables-Jamaica Plain location, and how it was a must-eat for so many of Boston’s residents, I found TT-C underwhelming. The hype and excitement of a new location for TT was much talked about in the local newspaper rags and food blogs and forums. While M and I do plan to go to TT-JP to sample the food and make a determination about whether we truly enjoy the resturant’s presentation, we are going to hold off for a while. Lets hope that only the young age of TT-C contributed to its underwhelming presentation. One always has to take reviews with a grain of salt, or maybe the fact that the kitchen was having an off night. But at least I can check this place off my list of places-to-go.


          

B&S - Возбуждающие пляски #17

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1.ATB pres. Flanders & Chris Morris - Ready To Fly (DJ T.I.M & DJ Mahmudoff & DJ Gold Bootleg ver. 2) 2.Schuhmacher ft. danny dunn vs.tarantino & laykers - enjoy the dancefloor(maestro mashup) 3.Teriyaki Boyz - Tokyo Drift (Stanislav Shik & Denis Rook Remix) 4.AC-DC - Highway To Hell (Dj Legran & Dj Alex Rosco 2014 Remix) 5.Chuckie & LMFAO vs DMC Mikael & Dmitriy Kavun - Let The Bass Kick In Miami Bitch (DJ Pitchugin Mashup) 6.Crazy Town vs. DMC Mikael - Butterfly (Dj Martynoff Mashup) 7.Linkin Park & JIM Feat. Vitaco & DEAF - Numb (OUTCAST DJ's & DJ Dmitry Borisov Mash Up ) 8.Jason Derulo feat. Snoop Dogg – Wiggle (DJ Krupnov & DJ All Inclusive Club Mix) 9.Lady Gaga, Merk, Kremont - GUY (DJ Rich-Art Mash-Up) 10.Wolfpack Bobby Puma vs. John Dish vs. Loopers - Master Jump (Toni Aries Boot) 11.Daddy Yankee Vs Alexx Slamm & Mickey Martini - Bad Gasolina (Dj Kuznetsoff Mashup) 12.Dr. Dre ft Snoop Dogg vs South Crime! - The Next Episode (DJ Pitchugin Mashup) 13.T-Moor Rodriguez & Rich-Art & Tom Reason - Out In Space (DMC Mikael Mash) 14.Deepside Deejays - In My Heart (LLP Remix) 15.DJ Fresh & Jay Fay & Ms Dynamite vs Garmiani - Dibby Dibby Sound (DJ Max Maikon Mash-Up) 16.Woogie vs Geo Da Silva & Jack Mazzoni - Barrio (DJ Akhmetoff Twerking Mashup) 17.Fly Project Vs Zuma - Toca Toca (DJ Flomaster Mashup) 18.Gutter Brothers - House Of Ill Repute (A-One Remix) 19.Alex Gaudino & V.Reznikov - Destination Calabria (Dj Fame Massive Mashup Mix) 20.Plastik Funk feat. Grandmaster Melle Mel - Don't Push Me (Club Mix) 21.Rihanna vs. Relanium - Mister Dj (Citrus Dope-Up) 22.Pitbull feat. Jennifer Lopez & Claudia Leitte vs. Boris Bredin – We Are One ( Wellski Exclusive Mashup ) 23.Slayback - Thunder (Original Mix) 24.Dirty Palm - Hustle (Original Mix) 25.Deorro vs MAKJ - READY! (Original Mix) 26.The Mankeys vs 666 - Supa Dupa Fly 2014 (Original Mix) 27.Yellow Claw,Quintino Ft Rochelle vs. Smash – Shotgun ( Wellski Exclusive Mashup) 28.John Epps - Pushing (Original Mix) 29.Fast East Movement ft. The Cataracs vs. Alex Shik - Like A Bass (DJ ZARUBIN & DJ CHIPPON MASHUP) 30.Xzibit Feat. Young De - Runway Walk (B&S mash up) 31.Booty Luv - Some Kinda Rush (AN.DU Club Mix) 32.Deorro & Alexx Slam - Five Hours (Dj Fame & Dj LoveParty Mashup Mix) 33.Yellow Clow Vc. John Dahlback - DJ Torn It Up (MAX NIKITIN Reboot) 34.Relanium - I Wait (DJ DNK Remix) 35.Black Eyed Peas vs. Dave Kurtis - Don't Phunk With My Heart ( Wellski Exclusvie Mashup ) 36.Faithless - Insomnia (Relanium Remix) 37.Rita Ora & Demid Rezin & Paula P'Cay & Stylezz - I Will Never Let You Down (OUTCAST DJ's & DJ ZOFF Mashup) 38.Cash Cash ft. Bebe Rexha - Take Me Home (Johan K Remix) 39.David Guetta & Showtek ft. Vassy - BAD (Eddie Mono Club Mix) 40.Daniel Powter vs Jake & Cooper - Crazy All My Life (DJ Cool Mash Up) 41.Lady Gaga feat. R. Kelly - Do What U Want (Eddie Mono & Alexx Slam Candy Mix) 42.Enrique Iglesias feat. Pitbull - Freak (DJ Favorite & Bikini DJs vs. DJ T'Paul Sax Remix) 43.Shakira - Dare (La La La) (DJ SHTOPOR Remix) 44.Robertino Loretti - Jamaica (Dj Konstantin Ozeroff & Dj Sky Remix) 45.Kiesza - Hideaway (Misha Pioner Remix) 46.The Black Eyed Peas vs Relanium - Rock Your Body (DJ Max Maikon Mash-Up) 47.Oliver Heldens x Becky Hill - Gecko (Overdrive) 48.Jennifer Paige Vs Looney B - Crush (Perfectov Mash Up) 49.Matt & Kendo vs. Gwen Stefani - The Sweet Aftermovie (Astero Mashup) 50.Both - Straight Outta Line (P.A.F.F. Deep Mix)
          

AQUARIUS - Aquarius Dub (Aquarius Jamaica) red vinyl LP

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Title: Aquarius Dub
Artist: AQUARIUS
Label: Aquarius Jamaica
Format: red vinyl LP

Track listing:
MP3 Sample Jah Rock
MP3 Sample Rumbo Malt
MP3 Sample I Man
MP3 Sample Oily
MP3 Sample Rest Your Self
MP3 Sample Jumping Jack
MP3 Sample Heavy Duty
MP3 Sample Jah Jah Dub
MP3 Sample Nyah Time
MP3 Sample Jungle Rock

          

In Memoriam, NGJ Pays Tribute to Hugh Dunphy (1934-2019)

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The National Gallery of Jamaica was saddened to receive news of the passing of gallery owner and art collector Hugh Dunphy on October 31, 2019. Dunphy was the proprietor of the Bolivar Bookshop and Gallery, located in on Grove Road, St. Andrew, Jamaica.  Born in Hampstead, London, Dunphy joined the British Navy briefly before enrolling […]
          

SURF & REGGAE NEWS: 11/3/19

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Kulcha Shok Muzik brings you daily surf and reggae news, keeping you informed with the latest in the industries. Jamaica's Film Fest Showcasing Local Talent     Surfings World Title Goes To Hawaii Here's The Scenarios For Mens & Womens     Surfer Plays Bass While Surfing Literally    

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Informal Settlers At Weston Park To Be Regularised – Government of Jamaica, Jamaica Information Service

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Informal Settlers At Weston Park To Be Regularised  Government of Jamaica, Jamaica Information Service
          

Jamaican officials rocked by US visa cancellations – Amsterdam News

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Jamaican officials rocked by US visa cancellations  Amsterdam News
          

Jamaica Secures Airlift arrangements Post Thomas Cook – Bartlett | Buzz travel – Buzz.travel | eTurboNews | Travel News

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Jamaica’s stock rally puts the flag on top pole… again – Loop News Jamaica

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Jamaica's stock rally puts the flag on top pole... again  Loop News Jamaica
          

Jamaica: Fire damages Mandeville Parish Court building – Stabroek News

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Jamaica: Fire damages Mandeville Parish Court building  Stabroek News
          

Jamaica’s Tourism Minister Calls for Global Oversight of Travel Advisories – Caribbean360.com

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Jamaica's Tourism Minister Calls for Global Oversight of Travel Advisories  Caribbean360.com
          

Cricketing star Chris Gayle joins Hagley West watch company

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A PROLIFIC Jamaican sportsman will join two cricketing entrepreneurs from Bromsgrove and West Hagley in taking on the watch industry.
          

Morant Bay Rebellion: Conclusion

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With tensions at a high among Black peasants, anything could bring Jamaica tipping point. In the case of the Morant Bay Rebellion, it was the trial and imprisonment of a Black man in early October 1865. The man went to a sugar plantation that was abandoned for some time. As expected, the Black population were enraged. THE […]
          

Other: TEACH SCIENCE IN ENGLAND FROM JANUARY OR SEPTEMBER 2020! - Detroit, Michigan

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Science teachers in the USA are highly encouraged to join a wonderful teaching program called Quantum Scholars which is supported and funded by the UK Government's Department for Education. This is a wonderful opportunity to teach abroad in England! For three years we have recruited the very best science teaching talent from the USA, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, Jamaica and South Africa. Come and visit Quantum Scholars at the Regional NSTA Conference in Seattle where we will be presenting and exhibiting on December 12-14. We are looking for middle or high school science teachers who specialise in physics, chemistry or biology that are available to teach in England from January 2020 or September 2020. There are also financial rewards on offer with flights reimbursed to England up to $900. Science teachers can expect tremendous support during the relocation and visa phase and an acclimatisation week of training prior to beginning your science teaching contract. As you teach in England, you'll be assured of a school that compliments your experience and skill-set and also provides you with exceptional support, both in and out of the classroom. As a certified science teacher from the USA, you are automatically recognised as a fully qualified teacher in England, meaning you won't need to take any additional qualifications in order to teach. ()
          

Reggaeton Loved Beauty (2019)

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Reggaeton Loved Beauty (2019)

Reggaeton Loved Beauty material is designed and signed as a reference on your choice of several exchangers file. Soca, Moombahton, Dancehall, Spanish, Latin, Urban, Trap, Reggaeton, Twerk reliability and availability, is the property of our portal, efficiency and commitment to new heights, as well as the immensity of the creative transformation! Listen, familiarize and download the publication on this website. The origins of reggaeton begin with the, first Latin-American reggae recordings being made in Panama during the 1970s. Reportedly, the Jamaican reggae influence on Panamanian music has been strong since the early 20th century, when Jamaican laborers were used to help build the Panama Canal.

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An artist makes elaborate portraits of influential people of color like Beyoncé, Cardi B, and Tupac Shakur entirely out of Skittles for a powerful reason

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  • Florida-based artist Harold Caudio creates elaborate portraits of influential people of color using Skittles.
  • Caudio has featured Beyoncé, Tupac Shakur, Will Smith, Bob Marley, and others in his series, titled "The Colored Collection."
  • He first drew inspiration for the project after the death of Trayvon Martin, the 17-year-old Florida teen who was shot and killed in 2012 after buying Skittles at a convenience store.
  • Caudio told Insider that he uses the multicolored candies because "Skittles represents us coming together as a culture."
  • Caudio created a Skittles portrait of the late rapper and activist Nipsey Hussle shortly after his passing.
  • Visit Insider's homepage for more stories.

Florida-based artist Harold Caudio has channeled his creative vision using an incredibly unconventional approach.

In his art series, titled "The Colored Collection," Caudio creates portraits of influential people of color entirely out of Skittles candies. His works have featured Beyoncé, Tupac Shakur, Will Smith, Bob Marley, and others.

Caudio produced a Skittles portait of Nipsey Hussle, a Grammy-nominated rapper and activist who was shot and killed outside of an apparel store he owned in Los Angeles on March 31, 2019.

Check out some of Caudio's Skittles portraits below.

Artist Harold Caudio began his series of Skittles portraits after the death of Trayvon Martin, who was shot and killed in 2012 after buying Skittles from a convenience store.

Harold Caudio

The death of 17-year-old Trayvon Martin, who was shot and killed in 2012 while walking home after buying Skittles from a convenience store, marked the beginning of a nationwide increase in consciousness surrounding the shooting deaths of unarmed men of color.

It also inspired many, including Florida-based artist and designer Harold Caudio, to take action. A Haitian-American man, Caudio decided to channel his artistic vision into creating a portrait of Martin. But, instead of using conventional methods like drawing or painting, Caudio opted to make a portrait of the late teen entirely out of Skittles candies, which became a symbol of the high schooler's innocence and the injustice of his untimely death.

"My initial inspiration was the Trayvon Martin incident that happened," Caudio told Insider. "The fact that I went into a store and my son wanted Skittles around the same time is what sparked it. [...] I figured Skittles represents us coming together as a culture."

Caudio told Insider that he planned to meet Martin's mother, Sybrina Fulton, to gift her with his piece.



Caudio's vision has since expanded into an art series titled "The Colored Collection."

Harold Claudio

He told Insider that he hopes this project will draw attention to people of color's "huge impact on society and culture." It's no wonder, then, that he chose to devote a Skittles portrait to Bob Marley.

The Jamaican singer and songwriter helped bring reggae music to prominence with hits like "Get Up, Stand Up" and "I Shot the Sheriff." Caudio titled his Bob Marley Skittles portrait "Sweet Redemption."



And he honored Will Smith with a portrait titled "Everybody loves Will."

Harold Caudio

Caudio told Insider that it takes him approximately three weeks to create each portrait.

"It's about the amount of Skittles," Caudio said. "When I'm running out I have to make a run to get bags of Skittles and then sort them by hand."




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Industria creativa conquista mercados mundiales

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LA PATRIA | MANIZALES

La economía naranja de Colombia sigue ganando terreno en los cinco continentes del mundo. Los bienes y servicios de las industrias creativas y culturales del país han penetrado unos 56 países.

De acuerdo con los reportes de 235 empresarios de 13 departamentos, entre agosto del 2018 y julio del 2019 se concertaron negocios con 661 compradores internacionales de los sectores audiovisual, contenidos digitales, software y servicios de tecnología e información.

La región

En cuanto a Caldas, entre agosto del 2018 y septiembre de este año exportó 3,3 millones de dólares con seis compañías, según cifras de Procolombia.

Los principales compradores fueron:

* Estados Unidos, con 3 millones de dólares ($10 mil millones)

* Jamaica, 100 mil dólares ($339 millones)

* España, 9 mil dólares ($30 millones)

* Panamá, 42 mil dólares ($140 millones)

* Emiratos Árabes Unidos, 15 mil dólares. ($50 millones)

Se estima que cerca del 60% de los destinos a los que se exportó, tienen algún acuerdo comercial vigente con Colombia. "El país tiene potencial empresarial para posicionarse como exportador de industrias creativas y cultural”, celebró Flavia Santoro, presidenta de Procolombia.

 

En cifras

* Las Industrias Culturales y Creativas (ICC) generan, a nivel mundial, ingresos por 2 mil 250 millones de dólares y cerca de 29,5 millones de empleos.

* Las ICC generan más facturación que el sector de las telecomunicaciones (1.570 millones de dólares). Sobrepasan el Producto Interno Bruto de India (1.900 millones de dólares).

* La fuerza laboral mundial de la economía naranja supera a la de la industria automotriz de Estados Unidos, la Unión Europea y Japón.

* En el 2018, las exportaciones de economía naranja de Colombia ascendieron a 246,2 millones de dólares.

* Según cifras del DANE, las 32 actividades del sector naranja equivalieron al 1,9% del valor agregado nacional entre el 2014 y 2018. Es similar a sectores como la construcción, electricidad, gas, vapor y aire acondicionado, que representaron el 2,1% y 2,4% entre 2014 y 2018. 


          

Police looking for man who reportedly whacked heads, ripped pockets to steal wallets in Jamaica Plain

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Pulse Investments Limited (PULS) Unaudited Financial Statements for the Quarter Ended September 30, 2019

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PULSE Financial Report September 2019

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NCB Financial Group Limited (NCBFG) – Financial Results – Year Ended September 30, 2019

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NCB Financial Group Limited – Financial Results – Year Ended September 30 2019

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Pulse Investments Limited (PULS) Annual Report 2019

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Pulse Investments Ltd Annual Report 2019

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JSE Bond Indices as at November 7, 2019

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JSE Bond Tradesheet November 7, 2019

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BSE Trading Report Package November 7, 2019

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BSE Trading Report November 7, 2019 BSE Share Summary November 7, 2019

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