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More real disappointment from the anti-weed

More real disappointment from the anti-weed

Mr. Neri Briceño, on the heels of his article a couple weeks ago (For Real … Johnny? in the Reporter), an article in which he castigated J Briceño for suggesting we explore the legalization of marijuana, [...]

Don’t be intoxicated by power – The Green Machine means solidarity

Don’t be intoxicated by power – The Green Machine means solidarity

BELMOPAN, Wed. Nov. 7, 2018–Sleepy Belmopan greeted us with a dense fog. The bus did not stop off at Xaibel for a bathroom break, so getting off the bus was fast, in a dash. Belmopan was [...]

GARIFUNA SOUL IN EDUCATION IN 1900S COLONIAL BRITISH HONDURAS!

GARIFUNA SOUL IN EDUCATION IN 1900S COLONIAL BRITISH HONDURAS!

(A review of the book, “To Educate A Nation: Autobiography of Andres P. & Jane V. Enriquez,” by Jeremy V. Enriquez Within two readings of the seminal book, “To Educate A Nation: Autobiography of Andres P. [...]

The facts not mentioned

The facts not mentioned

Continued from page 31 of the Friday, November 9, 2018, issue #3226 of the Amandala He further clarified that since Guatemala has already declared their non-adherence to the treaty, the minute Belize votes to give the [...]

Musings by the Curious Non-Conformist

Musings by the Curious Non-Conformist

I always want to celebrate those niches in society that highlight the magnificence of youth and that of women. Today I highlight the Belada Magazine and Bembe Vision! Belada Magazine comes out of Belada Caribe, a [...]

Bernard could have used page from Yantas’ book

Bernard could have used page from Yantas’ book

Channel Seven thought the mayor of Belize City, Bernard Wagner, was out of line when he refused to go down the road a reporter was taking him, at an occasion in Belize City this week. After [...]

BILL BELISLE!

BILL BELISLE!

WATER FROM A BELIZEAN MUSICAL WELL! The story of the brilliant and legendary Belizean musician, Bill Belisle,has been long overdue since yours truly of “Belizean Legends” spoke to his brother, Chauncy Smith, Jr., a year ago [...]

The facts not mentioned

The facts not mentioned

The Government’s concerted effort for us to vote on 10th April next year to take the territorial differendum with Guatemala to the International Court of Justice for final and binding resolution using the 2008 Special Agreement [...]

The crowd called UBAD

The crowd called UBAD

The course marked my first encounter with the PUP government, and they won that preliminary. It was about two weeks before they closed down the course that Said Musa had called me at Technical and asked [...]

The questions on the  April ballot

The questions on the April ballot

The, “Do you agree that any legal business”…shouldn’t be the only question on the ballot on April 10. It isn’t proper to waste time or opportunity, so there should be at least one other question on [...]