The theatre is built on traditions, some with historical significance, some arising from the formal nature of the profession, others because of its prevailing sense of nobility, though several of those origins are unknown, hazy and speculative.
The Crimson Topaz is among the largest of all hummingbirds, second only to the Giant Hummingbird found in the Andes. Males of the species have distinctive, elongated tail feathers which cross halfway down.
When I attended primary school, I remember those who were classified as the “dunce” children. Such a label on anyone—a dunce is a person who is considered slow at learning or stupid—could cause irreparable damage to one’s self esteem.
About two weeks ago the new vice chancellor of the University of Guyana, Dr. Ivelaw Griffith, corralled some of his associates and friends of the university at the Marriott Hotel to provide them with an insight into the state of the university, discuss the way forward, and make tangible commitments to the institution.
While most of Latin America is shifting to the right, there is a potential exception that may soon keep US policymakers awake at night: the possibility of a populist leftist victory in Mexico’s 2018 elections.
Last week, we ended our final article on public financial management in the post-Independence. We concluded that the years 1968-1981 was an unfortunate period, characterized by a marked decline and deterioration so much so that by the end of 1981 public accountability was brought to a standstill.
Photos by Shabna Rahman
This week we asked the man and woman in the street to talk about their favourite show on television, the last movie they would have seen, the last book they read or their favourite radio station and why they consider them to be their favourites.
The examination of Massy and its performance in 2015 began last week. Attention was given to the role that the company plays in Guyana and the concerns that it has about operating in the Guyana market.
The European Council President, Donald Tusk, could not have been clearer. Following a June 29 informal session of European Union (EU) leaders, minus the UK, he said that there will be no European single market à la carte.