Category Archives: Living relatives

HAPPY VALENTINE’S DAY – By Dmitri Allicock + video

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By Dmitri Allicock

Love in a marriage is more than just a feeling but a verb. The everyday wear and tear of life can fluctuate the feelings of happiness but a commitment to instill a positive approach in your relationship and to treat each other kindly will reduce stress and overcome challenges. Remember to let go of past heartbreaks, not to dwell on the negatives and to forgive. Happiness lies within and in the manner in which we appreciate one another.  Continue reading

A Season to Reflect – By Dmitri Allicock + GUYANA “Life at its Purest” – video

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A SEASON TO REFLECT

By Dmitri Allicock

As we celebrates Christmas and the New Year

In our hearts we should think of those not here

To lose, we must remember that we’re not alone

This special moment in time to reflect is the tone

A time to think of this journey of fun and pain   Continue reading

COMING HOME FOR CHRISTMAS – GUYANA – TWENTY EIGHT POEMS – By Dmitri Allicock

COMING HOME FOR CHRISTMAS

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TWENTY EIGHT POEMS

By Dmitri Allicock

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Joyful Christmas Day is almost here

Christ’s birth rejoiced with feelings so dear

Melodious carols praises the season with delight

Stardust illuminates with colorful flickering lights

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CELEBRATING THE LIFE OF ANDREI ALLICOCK – By Dmitri Allicock

CELEBRATING THE LIFE OF

ANDREI ALLICOCK

July 28. 1956- April 22, 2015

By Dmitri Allicock

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I have lived for many of good years
Had both happiness and some tears
Looked at the clouds and sky of blue
Enjoyed the birds and morning dew
Loved my family, my world and soul  Continue reading

The Mackenzie High School and John Joseph Cummings

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The Mackenzie High School

                                        and   John Joseph Cummings

                                                By Dmitri Allicock

A measure of success of a school must be how far and to what heights it students progress. And how widely and deep they remember those formative years and outstanding faculty. By such a measure, the Mackenzie High has achieved great indeed.     Continue reading

Childhood Memories Of Pets

Childhood Memories Of Pets

By Dmitri Allicock

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1968- Left to right- Myself and brothers- Yuri, Andrei, Kenrick- Standing is Cousin Kenneth and center of photograph is a most precious puppy called “Dumpling”

Growing up in rural Upper Demerara, I had a least one pet besides me, maybe a puppy, chicken, birds, fish or some young animal that occupied the center of attention. A quick trip through any child’s bedroom will reminds you of the early years when pets dominated your real and imaginary worlds. Lots of toys relate in some manner to animals- music, storybooks, décor, clothing with imaginary critters dominates the world of childhood. Children love pets and enjoy them in any form and for good reasons, it is said.

Read more : Childhood Memories Of Pets

BOYHOOD DAYS – DAVE MARTINS  and THE TRADEWINDS

Previous Articles by Dmitri Allicock

Previous Articles by Dmitri Allicock. Most of them are on Guyanese Online

Cricket: On this Day, June 25 1963 -Exactly 50 years ago

http://guyaneseonline.wordpress.com/2013/06/25/cricket-on-this-day-june-25-1963-exactly-50-years-ago/

Cricket: The Prudential World Cup 1975

http://guyaneseonline.wordpress.com/2013/06/21/the-prudential-world-cup-1975-submitted-by-dmitri-allicock/

Remembering Dr Charles Roza of the Mackenzie Hospital

http://guyaneseonline.wordpress.com/2012/10/29/remembering-dr-charles-roza-of-mackenzie-hospital/

 Dr Giglioli 1897- 1975 and the fight against Malaria in British Guiana

http://guyaneseonline.wordpress.com/2013/04/26/dr-giglioli-1897-1975-and-the-fight-against-malaria-in-british-guiana/    Continue reading

Striking Bodybuilder – Alicia Harris

Striking Bodybuilder  –   Alicia Harris

I stay as natural as I can”

By Dmitri Allicock

Alicia Harris

Alicia Harris

“Well I’m a former track athlete, so I do a lot of track workouts when the weather is nice… I try to stay as natural as I can with my foods, a lot of proteins of course, not so much carbs, but not so crazy that I’m depleting myself.  I just keep my energy levels up so I can keep my workouts up.”

Weighing 124 lbs, meet incredible Alicia Harris 5feet 4inches of perfect physique, dedication and finely chiseled beauty. Alicia is a professional body builder and athlete of Guyanese heritage.

“I am a recovering track and field college athlete. Recovering meaning after college was over, there was a piece of competition missing from my life.  I decided to partake in a different kind of competing where I could continue to work out and be rewarded for it.     [read more:   The Gorgeous Alicia Harris ]

Bass Baritone Opera Star Aubrey Allicock

Bass Baritone Opera Star Aubrey Allicock

By Dmitri Allicock

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Aubrey Allicock

Aubrey Allicock just completed a critically acclaimed run as the lead in Terence Blanchard’s Champion at the Opera Theatre of Saint Louis , United States. The buzz in the opera world is that this was a career launching performance. OUT Magazine recently ran a profile of the singer along with this amazing photograph.

Jerry Portwood writing for Out Magazine carried an article on Aubrey Allicock’s recently completed role as the young boxer Emile Griffith in the world premiere of Champion.

Aubrey Allicock, currently studying at Juilliard, is explaining his path as a young opera singer. “As a bass-baritone, I’m a baby, I’m a child!” he says, punctuating his confession with a big, hearty laugh. “I’ll probably be 40 before my voice hits its prime.”             Continue reading