The third and final edition of the ‘Hudson River’ derbies was a duplicate of the first two matches in many ways: it was another eclectic atmosphere, another deliriously enthusiastic sellout crowd and a similar result — the New York Red Bulls defeated New York City FC, this time by a 2-0 margin. Comment
We live in microwaveable times.
In a world of 140 characters and 15-second videos, it is safe to assume that millenials are simply impatient.
Impatience, however, does not allow any great idea reach it’s full potential. A mixture of patience, tenacity, perseverance and a hefty dose of positivity is Bahamian descendant Renny Roker’s secret to achieving success. Comment
By far Egypt tops the list of African countries visited by any commander-in-chief of the United States.
Senegal and South Africa lags distantly behind to take second and third-most visited African nations by any president. According to the state department, American presidents have visited only 16 of Africa’s 54 countries. Comment
There is a new star in Washington, D.C.
Along with 50 representing states of the union on the Stars and Stripes flag, another added to the galaxy that comprise the Caribbean and re-establishes Cuba’s severed relations with the United States. Comment
Brooklyn Congresswoman Yvette D. Clarke voted no to a bill in the U.S. House of Representatives, which she said undermines public schools. Comment
St Kitts and Nevis:
Whoever said ‘silence is golden’ was not referring to talk about changing the face of a particular U.S. paper money. Comment
At the start of July, the world will be consumed by Reggae music.
For 24 hours, International Reggae Day (IRD) Festival – a global media festival – will celebrate the best of Jamaica’s creativity and contributions worldwide. Comment