The first edition of a magazine designed to address illiteracy in the Caribbean particularly among children, by merging culture with education, was officially launched at the National Library, Guyana earlier this week.
Five young men are promising to take Guyana’s entertainment industry to a new level and if their track record is anything to speak about the country can certainly look forward to top of the line entertainment events with just the right touch of class as a finisher.
– pink collection to honour breast cancer survivors
Sonia Noel is heading back to the glitzy Fashion Week of Trinidad and Tobago (FWTT) this year, an event which ranks among the most influential on the region’s fashion calendar.
By Candace Phillips
It was a night of elegance and frolic that showcased the loving bond between mother and daughter as Supa Stylistics held the 19th Annual Mother and Daughter Pageant last Saturday at the National Cultural Centre.
Why is the West Indies cricket team continuing to torment its fans in such cruel fashion?
It is like these boys/men (whichever you prefer) take pleasure in turning the knife round and round after plunging it into the hearts of their adoring fans.
US-award winning Guyanese artist Jorge Bowenforbes, will later this month host an exhibition depicting pre-Independence images of Guyana.
Bowenforbes, who is gradually “settling down” after returning to these shores several months ago, told The Scene recently that the exhibition, which had been on his agenda ever since he returned here last year, will be one of a kind, as his “huge” paintings are expected to grab the public’s attention.
LOS ANGELES (Reuters) – The once sheltered children of the late Michael Jackson have become Internet sensations after home-made videos of two of his three children playing up for web cameras were leaked and appeared on YouTube.