Last Thursday and Friday, former world chess champion Garry Kasparov opposed new US champion Fabiano Caruana, and the other two top finishers of the 2016 US championship, namely Wesley So and Hikaru Nakamura, in a sensational blitz contest.
Well, dear readers, last week we concluded the huge topic associated with the ailments of the oral cavity. The next step must logically be dealing with that structure which represents the continuum of the oral cavity, and which can become sick from time to time.
Think of this dish of crusty potatoes as one giant roastie. Roasties are British-style roast potatoes. The potatoes are peeled, parboiled, bashed around a little in the pot once drained, or some people run the tines of a fork over the surface of the potatoes to make it rough.
In this their 14th Conversation on Art, Artists Stanley Greaves AA and Akima McPherson examine Philip Moore’s 1763 Monument. Designed by Moore and cast in bronze in Basingstoke, England, the 1763 Monument has been standing at the Square of the revolution since May, 1976.
Stanley Greaves: Linking Stabroek Square (the former slave market) and Independence Square is Brickdam (built with bricks and named Longchamps during the French Occupation).
By Jorge Familiar
World Bank Vice President for Latin America and the Caribbean
Caribbean countries have quietly started a green revolution and are now leading the way for other small islands developing states in the global effort to limit the rise of global temperature to 1.5 degrees Celsius.
The “price of carbon” proxy
Last week’s column introduced estimates of the carbon stock in Guyana’s forests. All estimates of its forest cover, as provided by the FAO’s five Global Forests Assessments held between 1990 and 2015, reveal that, for more than a quarter of a century, Guyana has justified its celebrated status as a “high forest – low deforestation” (HFLD) country.