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Why am I like this? Why do I cycle through bursts of brilliance followed by long stretches of . . . nothingness? This is depression.
They were all safe unlike the approximately 72,000 people in Dominica. Everyone was tracking the hurricane on electronic devices.
Consider us blessed, or on borrowed time. Either way, Irma and Maria definitely made their presence felt this month.
I may have done Dr. Jimmy Fletcher a disservice by neglecting to write in full the title of his latest work in progress that I’ve been these past two weeks reviewing.
St. Jude Hospital was set ablaze years ago, singeing to death three patients and rendering the facility unfit for use. 9 September, 2017 marked the eighth anniversary of the fire and “temporary” relocation of the hospital.
I was frankly intrigued by last weekend’s STAR article titled Home and Away.
Two deserving young students are proud recipients of the Lawson Calderon Scholarship, courtesy of Caribbean Awnings Production Company Limited.