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Better posted late, than never. Here is an article published earlier in the year. April 4, 2017- Davie Campus students had a busy day bouncing between each event at the Broward campus Thursday. For original article, click here.
Celina DeCastro A news report in Jamaica shortly after the recent Easter celebration drew attention to the fact that young people do not have the same views of Easter as their parents. The findings of that report was accurate as religion has little or no appeal to millennials. The Pew Research Center, has found that … Continue reading Millennials and Religion: The failing relationship – Caribbean National Weekly
Taking a break from the same type of chicken soup, want to try some more Italian in your life? Mamma Mia! Try Italian wedding soup. The term wedding soup derived from the Italian phrase “minestra maritata”, married soup, which refers to the “marriage” of the greens and broth combination. Serving the dish at weddings are … Continue reading Recipe: Italian Wedding Soup – Caribbean National Weekly
The Children’s Authority of Trinidad and Tobago collected data from May 2015 to December 2016 revealing almost 9,000 child abuse cases in the twin island nation. The highest reported abuse included physical abuse, sexual abuse and neglect. In their press release, the Authority states it is joining the national recognition of Child Abuse Prevention Month … Continue reading Trinidad’s Children’s Authority releases abuse preventative measures – Caribbean National Weekly
Residents of the City of Hollywood are divided over whether to change the names of streets that have been named in honor of Confederate soldiers. The city recently announced a revision to the rules to rename streets from having two-thirds majority vote down to 50 percent of votes to allow a street name change. The … Continue reading Hollywood divided over “racist” street names – Caribbean National Weekly
On this day in history, March 22, 1918, Guyanese politician Cheddi Berret Jagan was born in a rural village in the country of Berbice, which is now considered part of modern day Guyana. Jagan, the eldest of eleven children, was born to a family of indentured laborers. Growing up in rural poverty, his family often … Continue reading In History: Cheddi Berret Jagan was born
One of the familiar side dishes in Panama is that of the double fried green plantain, called Patacones in Panama but in other countries this is called Tostones. Often paired with any meal, including breakfast, this fried plantain borders between a chip and a fruit. It can be served with a sunny side up egg … Continue reading Recipe: Panamanian Patacones
St. Kitts and Nevis is considered to have one of longest recorded history in the Caribbean countries. It was said the first settlers by Native Americans 500 years before the Europeans arrived to the island. This island is not only rich in history, but rich in cuisine and tropical beauty as well. The national dish … Continue reading Recipe: National Dish of St. Kitts and Nevis – Caribbean National Weekly
A 36- year old mother of two from Carenage and a 24-year-old Sea Lots man were taken into police custody by Homicide Investigations Bureau in connection with the murder of policewoman Nyasha Joseph. The woman was arrested Friday morning after investigators learned of an altercation between Joseph and the woman that occurred days before the … Continue reading Two more arrested in connection with Trinidad cop’s murder- Caribbean National Weekly