O’Neil d’Oliveira has set his sights on making a big name for himself as a singer. And the fact that he lives at Moraikobe Mission, Upper Mahaicony far away from recording studios and the means to promote himself is not going to deter him.
As fashion month winds down, the dominance of certain faces opening and closing the runways remains the same. The faces of the girls scoring the headlines for campaigns—with very few exceptions—all seem to be the same too and have the same bio-patterning: rich, white, tall and most importantly social media famous.
On Wednesday last, MovieTowne Cinema in Port of Spain held the world premiere of the film Bazodee with all of the trimmings you’re likely to find at the premiere of a new film: celebrities, gala reception, couture, cocktails and so on.
By Dreylan Johnson
Known for pushing musical and style boundaries, 25-year-old Guyanese singer/songwriter Jackie Jaxx, born Jackie Hanover has evolved tremendously on both fronts since she first spoke with The Scene in 2011.
Last month, an article was published in Stabroek News (Friday, August 14) written by Guyana’s former Director of the Government Analyst Food & Drug Department, Marilyn Collins, titled – ‘Food Fortification & The Health of the Guyanese Population.’ In the article Ms Collins referenced the statistics of the most recent survey conducted in Guyana (in collaboration with the Pan American Health Organization PAHO) on iron deficiency anaemia.