Lavalas Supporters Demand More Martelly-Lamothe Posters To Tear Down
Wednesday, 15 May 2013 00:00
PORT-AU-PRINCE, Haiti – Citing a rapid depletion of Martelly and Lamothe posters in Port-au-Prince, scores of angry Lavalas supporters gathered outside the National Palace calling on the administration to "immediately" provide them with more posters of Martelly and Lamothe to tear down.
Arcahaie Donkey Doesn’t Feel Like Carrying Anything Today
Thursday, 21 February 2013 00:00
ARCAHAIE, Haiti – Stating that he just wants a little "unwind" time, an Arcahaie area donkey told reporters he has no desire to carry anything today.
"Usually, I'm lively and ready to go," said the donkey. "But today I'm just not feeling it. I really don't have the motivation to get up and move, much less carry someone or something heavy on my back."
Area Newborn Relieved To Know He Can Count On Mom, Unlike Dad, When He Cries At Night
Tuesday, 15 January 2013 00:00
JACMEL, Haiti – Kenson Vertus, a Jacmel area 3-month-old, expressed relief today that he can consistently rely on his mom, unlike his dad, to wake up to his cries during the night and tend to his needs.
Having long ago learned that his dad in incapable of waking up to the sound of a sobbing infant, baby Kenson said he has acquired a deep appreciation for his mom and her swift responsiveness to his distress in the middle of the night.