By Derry Etkins
At this point on Guyana’s journey, when suicide seems to be the new way of life, I am reminded of Dr Vibert Cambridge’s lecture series of two or three years ago, ‘Music for Social Change’.
Hit and Jingle maker Dennis Dummett, with DWD Enterprises, launched a new radio programme yesterday.
Dummett, also known as DJ Killa Milla on the radio, has produced and recorded, the famous Rossignol Butchery Jingle and “In She Eye.” The latter song was featured in the Banks Groovy Soca Monarch in 2010.
Happy New Year to you since it’s my first column for the year! I’m back in Europe and I am currently trying to protect my wallet from the sales on steroids situation that usually follows the holiday season.
Narissa Shawh has been creating henna designs for brides and women attending special occasions for the past three years. And though it has only been a short time, she’s renowned all around Guyana for her beautiful mehndi designs.
For as long as I could remember, I was always uncomfortable with my frizzy, curly hair. I remember rarely seeing models in the magazines with hair like mine when I was a little girl and I was too often made to feel that my hair was inappropriate for day-to-day looks.
Today I wanted to share with you the pictures I have been promising, from Meiling’s most recent collection Night Women.
Inspired by Marlon James’s book The Night Women, Meiling delivered the collection in two parts – allowing patrons to experience the influence and inspiration behind the collection before the actual unveiling of it.
Come December 18, the Pegasus Hotel will host a Broadway-like musical theatre show under the theme Joie de Vivre, brought to Guyana by the New York-based group LARAMADE, which markets itself as a fusion of song, dance, drama and fashion.