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BELIZE CAYE FEST 2019!

BELIZE CAYE FEST 2019!

EXPLOSIVE NEW BEGINNING AT THE HISTORIC LEIMERT PARK! The legendary Belizean musical and cultural festival, Belize Caye Fest, returned again this year at the historic Leimert Park in the popular Crenshaw District blazing out of the [...]

Can’t locate Christ in a capitalist plane

Can’t locate Christ in a capitalist plane

I don’t think I’d be reaching too far if I said that Christians who belong to the Catholic Church are divided between capitalism and modern socialism, and Christians who belong to the crowd called the Evangelicals [...]

To live in peace and  harmony

To live in peace and harmony

Crime has turned out to be a national concern, and we now listen and read many opinions addressing this concern, including those from foreign personalities who have come to Belize to study the situation and, thereafter, [...]

“Cut that nigger down!!”

“Cut that nigger down!!”

“Let’s recall some great men…”  (Burning Spear) Some reflections after viewing the Netflix movie, “The Two Killings of Sam Cooke.” Thurs. July 11, Wed. June 19, 2019, Thurs. May 16, 2019 Are you a lover of [...]

EVAN X HYDE’S “SPORTS, SIN & SUBVERSION”!

EVAN X HYDE’S “SPORTS, SIN & SUBVERSION”!

A BELIZEAN LITERARY & ATHLETIC MASTERPICE! After my interviewing so many legendary Belizean athletes of the 1960s, 70s and 80s of Belize sports greatness, the book by Belize’s most astute and prolific writer, sportscaster, and historian [...]

The point of no return

The point of no return

I believe that there comes a time when a nation reaches a point of no return in all it does. There is that time when you just can’t undo certain things and surely can’t change the [...]

This road disrespects villagers

This road disrespects villagers

If I was paranoid, and if I felt that big people in this country paid attention to what I do or say or write in my column, and those big people weren’t happy with me, wanted [...]

Belize 2030: Policy Reforms to Explore

Belize 2030: Policy Reforms to Explore

Part One of Three As the bodies pile up, fences get taller and confidence in ourselves declines, Belizeans face a national crisis rivaling the vote to stand firm and fight against the Spanish invasion in 1798. [...]

Crime situation: we’ve been here before

Crime situation: we’ve been here before

The senseless murders of young black males in Belize City, have once again gripped our attention, but for how long this time? Certainly this is not the first time that we have been outraged by the [...]

Gentlemen punish too

Gentlemen punish too

I read this weekend, in the letters section of the Belize Times and the Reporter, a story of woe, a story about the horrible suffering women and the LG-and what-all-else-in-the-alphabet community are put through by unconscionable, [...]