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Family stories:Bass Baritone Opera Star Aubrey Allicock
Posted by: Dmitri Allicock on Sep 6 2013 19:13

Aubrey Allicock just completed a critically acclaimed run as the lead in Terence Blanchard's Champion at the Opera Theatre of Saint Louis , United States. The buzz in the opera world is that this was a career launching performance. OUT Magazine recently ran a profile of the singer along with this amazing photograph.

Jerry Portwood writing for Out Magazine carried an article on Aubrey Allicock’s recently completed role as the young boxer Emile Griffith in the world premiere of Champion.

Read more: http://guyaneseonline.wordpress.com/2013/09/03/bass-baritone-opera-star-aubrey-allicock/

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Important:The Saki- Amazing Seed Disperser
Posted by: Dmitri Allicock on Aug 28 2013 08:39

In the early 1970s, Guyanese music legend Dave Martin of the Tradewinds wrote a remarkable song called “Not a bladeof grass”, during the brewing border conflict between Guyana and Venezuela. “Not one Blue Saki!” this patriotic song of love for Guyana defiantly went, acclaiming the Blue Saki to new heights and meaning.

Read more: http://guyaneseonline.wordpress.com/2013/08/24/the-blue-saki-amazing-seed-disperser-by-dmitri-allicock/

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Important:The Towa-Towa- Songster of Guyana
Posted by: Dmitri Allicock on Aug 28 2013 08:37

A bird doesn’t sing because it has an answer, it sings because it has a song. The love of this little songster finch brings out a unique and warm feeling of cultural identification between many Guyanese, making the path of life just a bit brighter by its serenading tweets and charm.

Read more: http://guyaneseonline.wordpress.com/2013/08/22/the-towa-towa-great-songster-of-guyana/

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Important:The Magnificent Toucan- Jewel of the Canopy
Posted by: Dmitri Allicock on Aug 28 2013 08:36

One of the images conjured up about the rainforest of Guyana is best exemplified by the colorful bill of the Toucan {Ramphastidae}and its Jurassic calls of a lost world. Guyana and South America are homes to a diverse range of birds which can be partly attributed to the multitude of fruits which provide sustenance for the large number of fruit eating birds including the toucans. These winged wonders carry a large variety of color combination and adorn the canopy of the rainforest.

Read more: https://guyaneseonline.wordpress.com/2013/08/27/the-magnificent-toucan-jewel-of-the-forest-canopy-by-dmitri-allicock/

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Important:The Scenic Lake Capoey of Guyana
Posted by: Dmitri Allicock on Aug 28 2013 08:33

The breathtaking lake Capoey with its biological diversity and natural beauty would be an irresistible temptation for both ecotourism and adventure seekers alike when developed. Guyana’s immense pristine rainforest and wild life blended with rich indigenous cultural heritage offers both understanding and fulfillment for the curious.

Read more: http://guyaneseonline.wordpress.com/2013/08/10/the-scenic-lake-capoey-of-guyana-by-dmitri-allicock/

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Important:The Conspicous Great Kiskadee of Guyana
Posted by: Dmitri Allicock on Aug 17 2013 04:24

The Conspicuous Great Kiskadee of Guyana

This boisterous in both attitude and color, bandit in a black mask will attempt to dominate your attention by flashes of his yellow belly and incessant Kis-ka- dee calls.

http://guyaneseonline.wordpress.com/2013/08/16/the-conspicuous-great-kiskadee-of-guyana-by-dmitri-allicock/

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Family memories:The Versatile Ite of Guyana
Posted by: Dmitri Allicock on Aug 9 2013 17:11

The majestic Ité Palm of Guyana is a native palm of Guyana, commonly found growing nearby its vast waterways of rivers, creeks and wetlands.

Palms have been important to humans throughout much of history and are among the best known and most extensively cultivated plant families. Palms are valued as an important food source and provide valuable ingredients in many household products. In many historical cultures, palms were symbols for such ideas as victory, peace, and fertility. In Assyrian religion, the palm is one of the trees identified as the Sacred Tree connecting heaven, represented by the crown of the tree, and earth, the base of the trunk. Today, palms exotic and captivating appearance remain a popular symbol for the tropics and vacations.

Read more: http://guyaneseonline.wordpress.com/2013/08/06/the-versatile-ite-palm-of-guyana-by-dmitri-allicock/

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Important:Bartica- A missed opportunity of history
Posted by: Dmitri Allicock on Aug 2 2013 16:47

Some of the greatest cities of old and modern times owe their rise and grandeur to their positions in the fork between great rivers, which gave them unrivaled advantages for defense and commerce. Lyons of France, St Louis in the U.S and Belgrade of Serbia are three striking examples. Bartica occupies such a unique natural location in north-central Guyana where the mighty Essequibo, Mazaruni, and Cuyuni rivers meet. http://guyaneseonline.wordpress.com/2013/07/25/bartica-a-missed-opportunity-of-history-by-dmitri-allicock/

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Important:The Historical St. George's Cathedral of Guyana
Posted by: Dmitri Allicock on Aug 2 2013 16:44

Arguably the tallest wooden structure in the world and serves as a magnificent example of architectural heritage and one of the best preserved in Guyana

http://guyaneseonline.wordpress.com/2013/07/25/st-georges-cathedral-of-guyana-by-dmitri-allicock/
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Important:Lord Bishop William Piercy Austin of British Guiana 1807-1892
Posted by: Dmitri Allicock on Aug 2 2013 16:42

Honoring our heritage must be as natural as breathing for it is indeed the foundation on which you stand. Many great individuals of early British Guiana have been lost to the fog of history but the legacy of Anglican Bishop Dr. William Piercy lives on in Guyana. Bishop William Piercy Austin’s ideas and diligent contributions gave rise to the academic pursuits in Guyana for which he is recognized as one of the most outstanding individual in the history of the Colony ofBritish Guiana.

http://guyaneseonline.wordpress.com/2013/08/02/lord-bishop-william-piercy-austin-of-british-guiana-by-dmitri-allicock/

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