First published in the Mirror Newspaper – Friday October 31, 1997 – Students from schools island-wide have recently been exposed … Continue reading From the Archives of Judy C Deterville – Are Our Young People in Crisis?
I took a trip to the Castries Central Library and found the original posting as sent to The Voice Newspaper and The Star Newspaper. … Our countrymen and women have paid great homage to this land of ours. Many lives have been dedicated to this “Land of Beaches, Hills and Valleys, Fairest Isle of all the Earth!” Continue reading From The Archives of Judy C Deterville – A Toast to 21 Years of M&C Fine Arts
First published in the Mirror Newspaper – Friday June 16, 2000 – A number of major philosophies have radically impacted … Continue reading From The Archives of Judy Deterville – Catholic Congress – The Tree Will Last Forever
Organization, simplicity and elegance – attributes that are presented with Gumbo. Now Saint Lucians can enjoy an online classified ads … Continue reading Gumbo – Saint Lucia’s Very Own Online Marketplace
We lost The Honourable Sir Derek Walcott. We lost his childhood home which, in 2016, had been designated a national treasure and was part of a larger redevelopment and rehabilitation project. That got shot to hell. And to add insult to injury, the latest discussion involves the closure of the National Cultural Centre, or at least the movement of said National Cultural Centre away from its only home on Barnards’s Hill to an undisclosed location. Continue reading From The Archives of Judy C Deterville – I Went, I saw…
W.B. Yeats captures my thought beautifully in his poem – September 1913 – “What need you, being come to sense, but fumble in a greasy till and add halfpence to the pence and prayer to shivering prayer, until you have dried the marrow to the bone?” Continue reading From The Archives of Judy C Deterville – The Value of Life