This week’s edition is coming as we inch closer to the official start of the hurricane season. Tropical Storm Arthur did not observe protocol and had an early trial run off the Carolinas.CBR_issue_576
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An interesting week ahead. The Trade Union Federation has been given up till Tuesday to respond to government’s wage proposal. Parliament is due to meet Tuesday with the possibility of a debate on the extension of the State of Emergency.
The country has opened up a bit to allow nationals to return home, among them students and cruise ship musicians and workers. Over 150 returned home over the week-end, some coming in today. Some musicians are still stick stranded on cruise ships s far away as the Philippines and in the United Kingdom. They have no clear path to repatriation.
If you drive around it appears that ‘normal’ is creeping back in, but please remain on guard, wear your masks in public and adhere to social distancing protocols.
A quick programming note for Calabash TV. If you love good quality reggae music, here is an album you should have on your playlist. It’s written and performed by Yves Lewis; produced by Christopher Neil, both based in the US. Here is the CTV interview with Yves. Please like, share, subscribe. Tonight at 8:00pm Poet Kendal Hippolyte talks about his latest publication WORD PLANTING.
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Do have a productive and safe week. Adhere to social distancing protocols.