It's always a shock to leave rather quiet Northern Ireland for the cosmopolitan busy Dublin, even if my attraction to Belfast is largely due to my early recollections of what Dublin used to be.... Here are my photo impressions of a particular artistic and musical flavor 😉 You can also compare the relaxed attitude of … Continue reading The two faces of Ireland: Dublin
Barack Obama Ranks among the Best 5 U.S. Presidents, by Prof.Renford Reese 02.15.2016
Professor Reese's cups insights into US society and African American issues are priceless and always welcome in our columns. This particular one proves again Renford's faithful dedication to President Obama, from his earliest canvassing till the present day. Please find at the end of this page further references. February 15, 2016 The Los Angeles Daily … Continue reading Barack Obama Ranks among the Best 5 U.S. Presidents, by Prof.Renford Reese 02.15.2016
Breakfast in Belfast….
Belfast used to have terror connotations for me. With every good reason in the world as my childhood and teenage years were full of these horrible accounts of orange Marches (see William of Orange mural further down below) and Bobby Sands' tragic fate. Yet at the same time I've always been attracted … Continue reading Breakfast in Belfast….