The six teenagers vying for the Miss Guyana Talented Teen crown on July 18 showed their mettle in ballroom and freestyle dancing on Sunday last at the Pegasus Hotel where Simpli Royal hosted its Cotillion, an annual precursor to the pageant and now a much anticipated event.
Often, when people are asked ‘Who are you?’ they respond by giving their names. Sometimes they also give their addresses and depending on the situation in which the question is asked, they might give their job title, or they might refer to their lineage.
Many of the flawlessly made-up models seen in advertisements for boutiques such as Street Styles, in runway shows such as Shape and in the Sunday Style segment of this newspaper would have had their impeccable look put in place by Susan Ibrahim.
This week we continue with another weekend favourite among Barbadians.
Last week we talked about Bajan pudding, but a serving of pudding and souse would not be complete without pickled breadfruit.
Guyanese talent will be on show this evening when the Society Against Sexual Orientation Discrimination (SASOD) brings down the curtains on lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) Pride Month in Guyana with its Spectrum Cabaret Night.
Correction: In last week’s feature on Johann David, his birth year was inadvertently stated as 1989, instead of 1985. In addition, Decadence was the play for which he won an award and not Shattered Dreams as stated in the article.