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In light of the devastation caused in Haiti by a magnitude 7 earthquake that struck near the island nation’s capital on Tuesday, the American Red Cross has immediately released $200,000 in initial aid and has made available all of our disaster relief supplies from our warehouse in Panama.
In just a couple of weeks the US Census 2010 will roll out its advertising campaign, and most of the advertising and marketing dollars have already been awarded to mainstream media. Caribbean media and marketing agencies that have met the deadlines and filed all the necessary documents are still not on the radar.
The highly anticipated crown jewel of the Ginés Serrán Miami Art Exhibit, ÃƒÆ’ƒÂ¢Ã¢â€šÂ¬Ã…“The Union of the World: Monument to World Peace” has arrived in Miami and is here to stay. Measuring 26 feet in height and 17,600 pounds in weight, today this grand bronze sculpture is the largest in the world and will make Miami, the Magic City, its permanent home. On January 23 at 6:00 pm, thousands will gather in Miami’s thriving Mary Brickell Village to watch its unveiling, which will be presided by countless dignitaries and celebrities from around the world including Dr. Dame Evangeline Gouletas, Former First Lady of New York State and developer of SkyPalace at Mary Brickell Village, the Monument’s creator, international artist Ginés Serrán, and the Honorable Mayor of the City of Miami, Tomás P. Regalado who will also present the artist with the Key to the City of Miami.
Hon. Bruce Golding
A short while ago, Mr. Barack Obama was sworn in as the 44th President of the United States of America. He is the first Afro¬American to assume the presidency, a historic feat which, until his election on November 4th last year, many thought to be unlikely, if not impossible. No other American presidential election has so commanded the attention of the world and excited people all over the world.