Critics of the popular play in contemporary drama, and very specifically those in the Caribbean and Guyana, often hold it up against what is called ‘serious’ theatre.
Tick infestation on the ear
Throughout the year, it is possible to find ticks abounding on the ear flap (Pinna), and to a lesser degree in the ear canal (ticks usually do not wander deep into the ear canal).
At times, the column focuses primarily on regurgitating chess stories from around the world in juxtaposition to highlighting what is happening locally.
In good taste
Many of us are more familiar with the hot version of lemongrass tea but have you ever considered making the tea and having it cold?
In the last seven months much has been written about Cuba and the reopening of full diplomatic relations with the US.
If Secretary of State John Kerry is serious when he claims that the Obama administration will keep pressing for democracy and human rights in Cuba, this is the least he should do: invite Cuban dissidents to the flag-raising ceremony at the US Embassy in Havana when he travels for the historic event there on August 14.
As I said last week, there is a lot of hype around mulch and wood waste but sometimes the sawmills cannot be trusted to provide safe wood waste.
Rufous-crowned Elaenia (Elaenia ruficeps) photographed near the Linden/Soesdyke Highway. (Photo by Kester Clarke / www.kesterclarke.net)
One thing I noticed immediately when I first moved back to Guyana several years ago was how loud the place was.
Security- in its widest sense
What better manner in which to begin my own Emancipation Mini-series of columns than to quote from President David Arthur Granger – the historian?
The bid for El Dorado
Guyana, whose rich feet are mines of gold. Whose head knocked against the roof of stars. Stands on her tip-toes at fair England looking.
By Jeffrey D Sachs
NEW YORK – The accord struck in Vienna to rein in Iran’s nuclear activities has warmongers fulminating.
By Nicosia Shakes and Maziki Thame
Nicosia Shakes is a PhD Candidate in Africana Studies at Brown University; and a past student and past-lecturer at the University of the West Indies (UWI), Mona.