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  Philanthropies Foundatio Price Sells 10,000
Philanthropies Foundatio Price Sells 10,000 Shares of PriceSmart, Inc. (NASDAQ:PSMT) Stock  Riverton RollPriceSmart, Inc. (NASDAQ:PSMT) major shareholder Philanthropies Foundatio Price sold 10000 shares of the company's stock in a transaction dated Thursday, ...
Posted on 18 August 2019 | 11:54 pm
  EOG Resources (NYSE:EOG) Issues Quarterly
EOG Resources (NYSE:EOG) Issues Quarterly Earnings Results  Riverton RollEOG Resources (NYSE:EOG) issued its quarterly earnings results on Thursday, August 1st. The energy exploration company reported $1.31 EPS for the quarter, ...
Posted on 18 August 2019 | 11:13 pm
  Free Things to Do in Manhattan This Week -
Free Things to Do in Manhattan This Week - August 18-August 25  City Guide NYCity Guide's calendar of free things to do in Manhattan shows off all the incredible things New York offers at no expense. Museums, parks, concerts, and popups ...
Posted on 18 August 2019 | 9:22 pm
  Random Happenings in New York City This Week
Random Happenings in New York City This Week - August 18-August 25  City Guide NYIf you're looking for the best of miscellaneous things to do in NYC, check out City Guide's 'Potpourri' category, which has dining specials, pop ups, shopping, ...
Posted on 18 August 2019 | 9:22 pm
  Pricesmart Inc (NASDAQ:PSMT)'s Stock Is Buy
Pricesmart Inc (NASDAQ:PSMT)'s Stock Is Buy After Less Market Selling  Invest TribuneInvestors sentiment decreased to 1.16 in Q1 2019. Its down 0.17, from 1.33 in 2018Q4. It fall, as 17 investors sold PriceSmart, Inc. shares while 46 reduced.
Posted on 18 August 2019 | 5:18 am
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  Trinis led the way for Africa - Trinidad
Trinis led the way for Africa  Trinidad NewsFor decades, TT has been at the centre of the quest for answers to the question by poet Countee Cullen, “What is Africa to me?” This connection was explored by ...
Posted on 17 August 2019 | 11:08 pm
  Ah hungry! | Columnist - Trinidad &
Ah hungry! | Columnist  Trinidad & Tobago ExpressOSKIE is my best friend but sometimes he does try my soul. He have a knack for asking the right question at de wrong time. Eleven years ago I had.
Posted on 17 August 2019 | 6:52 pm
  Legato Capital Management LLC Has $1.51
Legato Capital Management LLC Has $1.51 Million Stake in Arcos Dorados Holding Inc (NYSE:ARCO)  Mayfield RecorderLegato Capital Management LLC decreased its holdings in Arcos Dorados Holding Inc (NYSE:ARCO) by 46.9% during the 2nd quarter, according to the ...
Posted on 17 August 2019 | 5:13 am
  11 Best White and Gold Liquors To Celebrate
11 Best White and Gold Liquors To Celebrate National Rum Day  NewsweekRum—it's one of the oldest liquors. Luckily, National Rum Day arrives on Friday, encouraging everyone across the country to indulge in a little white and gold ...
Posted on 16 August 2019 | 8:01 am
  Bring home the Bird Man? - Trinidad &
Bring home the Bird Man?  Trinidad & Tobago ExpressJamaica's culture minister Olivia Grange said last month she wants her country's cultural relics returned by the British Museum. They include a Bird Man made by ...
Posted on 15 August 2019 | 4:55 pm
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  Angostura celebrates 195th anniversary with
Angostura celebrates 195th anniversary with Rum Day specials  Loop News Trinidad and TobagoOn August 16, Angostura will be celebrating its 195th anniversary with Rum Day specials across the country. In a statement issued Thursday, the company said ...
Posted on 15 August 2019 | 2:24 pm
  Getting world history right: real African
Getting world history right: real African history  Trinidad and Tobago NewsBy Dr Kwame Nantambu August 13, 2019. Kent State University. Dr. Kwame Nantambu Years after the United Nations General Assembly proclaimed 2011 as ...
Posted on 13 August 2019 | 10:13 am
  Queer as quantum joy - Global Voices
Queer as quantum joy  Global VoicesThe following is an edited version of a short essay posted on Facebook by Trinidadian poet Shivanee Ramlochan, on the occasion of the second year of public ...
Posted on 31 July 2019 | 12:00 am
  Maduro’s iron fist in action - Trinidad
Maduro’s iron fist in action  Trinidad & Tobago ExpressA story which ran in the local papers this past week speaks eloquently to the realities which have been elaborately highlighted in the report released earlier this ...
Posted on 23 July 2019 | 12:00 am
  CARIBBEAT: Jersey City Caribbean carnival
CARIBBEAT: Jersey City Caribbean carnival takes New York metro area into the festive season of costumes, cuisi  New York Daily NewsNew York area's Caribbean carnival season is fast approaching, but the first festivities are in New Jersey — the Jersey City Statewide Caribbean-American ...
Posted on 21 July 2019 | 12:00 am
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  BlackRock buys majority stake in GE's solar
BlackRock buys majority stake in GE's solar and storage business  PV-TechGeneral Electric (GE) has sold a majority investment in its seven-year-old distributed solar and storage business to global asset manager BlackRock. BlackRock ...
Posted on 18 July 2019 | 12:00 am
  Private Equity Jobs of the Week: BlackRock,
Private Equity Jobs of the Week: BlackRock, Apollo and Stonyrock are hiring  PE HubA weekly roundup of jobs in the private equity industry – from buyout shops to venture capital funds to investment banks. BlackRock is on the hunt for a chief ...
Posted on 15 July 2019 | 12:00 am
  No leads in Tobago's sixth murder probe
No leads in Tobago's sixth murder probe POLICE are continuing investigations into the murder of Akil  Trinidad NewsPOLICE are continuing investigations into the murder of Akil Andrews, 36, who was shot five times at his Black Rock apartment last Saturday. ACP Ansley ...
Posted on 12 July 2019 | 12:00 am
  She Was Duped and Shipped to a Brothel at
She Was Duped and Shipped to a Brothel at 16. Then the Boat Sank.  The New York TimesIn April, a boat smuggling dozens of people out of Venezuela, some entrapped by a human trafficking ring, capsized in the sea on the way to Trinidad. Only nine ...
Posted on 10 July 2019 | 12:00 am
  (VIDEO) SHARK SIGHTING! Apparent Great White
(VIDEO) SHARK SIGHTING! Apparent Great White Spotted Near Trinidad  Lost Coast OutpostIt was just like a scene in a movie, said Tyler Vaughn, second captain of the Wind Rose, a chartered fishing boat out of Trinidad.
Posted on 8 July 2019 | 12:00 am
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  CaribbeanBlueBk: Prepare your taste buds for
CaribbeanBlueBk: Prepare your taste buds for the exotic flavours of the Caribbean at The Fish Pot in Black Rock #Trinidad & #Tobago
Posted on 21 May 2017 | 12:11 am
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  Resolved Question: What rap songs have a lot
Posted on 24 September 2014 | 9:46 am
  Resolved Question: Is there any type of
Like Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu it was invented by Brazilians but they took many elements from Asians. It's just Jiu Jitsu with a few Brazilian elements taken from it. Is there any martial arts from Black Africans or Arabs? Is there any Martial Arts invented from whites. Don't say Boxing or Wrestling because they are so primitive even a person from the jungles knows how to wrestle. What racism? I'm interested. How is curiosity a sign of stupidity? I want to know if there's any Arabic Martial Arts or African martial arts or European Martial Arts etc. @Kokoro: Istunka is Somali. lol. All the ones you listed are African. Savate is European. Is there any Arabic Martial Arts? @Georgie: Krav Maga is Israeli. lol. Very interesting.
Posted on 10 November 2013 | 9:55 am
  Resolved Question: Is mainstream commercial
This honestly isn't a question to bash all rap music, because I think rap music is a great source of inspiration and learning for youth, but my question focuses more on commercial rap music. The only reason I ask this question is because we would have to be lying to ourselves if we denied the fact that a disproportionate amount of African American youth listen to and are influenced by hip hop music. Why can't hip hop artists like Nas, Mos Def, Lupe Fiasco, Common and the Roots (musicians who actively discuss deep social, political, and cultural issues) be the majority when it comes to rap music? While artists like Lil Wayne, Gucci Mane, and Waka Flocka (musicians who encourage party promoting, self-degrading, materialistic, violent messages) be the minority? It just troubles me that more people, especially those part of the black community, don't question things like: "why is it that most genres of music marketed towards mainly white people never have negative, culturally degrading, self-harming messages in the music? This includes genres like alternative rock, indie, folk, blue grass, country, techno. Music that is oftentimes marketed towards black youth (hip hop, rap) disproportionally carry these messages in the songs.. with the exception of R&B (which I love), most music marketed towards young black people carry overwhelmingly violent messages and images. I mean, why don't people question why it is that generations of older black folks - people who lived and breathed the Civil Rights Era, for the most part, despise modern rap music and culture? Would Civil Rights leaders and activists like Martin Luther King Jr. be an avid listener of Wiz Khalifa or Drake? I think it's mainly a cultural issue... even though there are plenty of white people who listen to rap and hip hop music, white culture (mainly popular culture) encourages white people to find nice jobs, start families, and enjoy some of the finer things in life (such as traveling, nature, getting a taste for different cultures), meanwhile black culture (or at least stereotypes) imply that black people should aspire to be gangsta, have swag, be real/be hood and further pushes stereotypes that infact discourage black people from experiencing the finer things in life (such as that most black people thing nature is scary, most black people would never consider traveling to Europe or Asia, and that getting a nice job is considered "acting white"). I don't know, I feel that there are a lot of structural cultural barriers that prevent a lot of people in the black people from moving forward. Just a thought.
Posted on 5 April 2013 | 5:59 am
  Resolved Question: Has the corporate machine
Any one who knows American history, knows that American music almost always has Black origins ( Blues , Jazz, Disco , Rock & Roll you name it ) The artistic creativity of African-Americans, and maybe even Black people generally by extension is undeniable. But I feel that , that creativity energy to create powerful , revolutionary art , has been co-opted by the decidedly non-Black owned corporate machine to send out negativity & chaos into the world. National geographic says Gangsta Rap, is probably one of the most listened to genres of music not just in America, but among youth around the world. Music that can be used to inspire change & hope & positivity, is instead used to celebrate destruction , violence , self-hatred & mysogyny on a global scale. A song like , "Ni99az in Paris " by Jay-Z, has the power to have stadiums of youth ( mostly White ) yelling at the top of their lungs about how much they want to have sex , or party or whatever. That same power never seems to be used to bring attention to the prison industrial complex, gentrification , etc etc Music is powerful , music made by Black people is extremely powerful , but the energies sent out from that music , atleast this latest corporatized version of the genius artform created by African-Americans & Afro-Latinos in the Bronx seems to be sending out all the wrong vibes
Posted on 27 January 2013 | 11:24 am
  Resolved Question: Do you think Rap music
I think there is no other musical genre that is more of a product of it's environment more than Rap music. Hip-Hop and Rap in general literally came from the slums and projects where oppressed minorities invented their own expression and outlets. Now that Rap music is sensationalized and exposed to the masses do you believe acts like Chief Keef and Trinidad James are unfairly scrutinized and subjected to criticisms and labels like "they are embarrassing black people" or something similar. If you think about it they are only speaking of their first-hand experiences and life. It's not their fault consumers are eating it up nor are they fabricating anything. Of course they GLORIFY the streets but Rock musicians often glamorize sex and drugs as well. Of course the topic of music quality is brought up. Put that aside for a second and consider that Justin Bieber by traditional standards makes sh*tty music and yet no one claims he's embarrassing white people, etc. thoughts, opinions, graphics descriptions of how you popped a molly, WHOO!?!?! BQ: Would you join street gang if the only requirement is that you buy all the members 5 bags of Hot Cheetos and a 2 liter Sprite? Consider that there are approximately 9 members in the aforementioned collective of like-minded individuals... To clarify, should we instead be ashamed of ourselves for letting "bad music" become popular instead of blaming the creators of "bad music"? ^^^actually not a clarification of my original question but more of additional information and queries...thanks... a relevant video:
Posted on 21 December 2012 | 1:43 pm
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