By Shabna Ullah
A 10-year-old girl of Rosignol, West Bank Berbice walked away with the one of the crowns from a field of seven older contestants at the Miss Indian/African Beauty Pageant held at the Blairmont Community Centre Ground recently.
– on Painting the Spectrum 6
Week four of the SASOD Film Festival, Painting the Spectrum 6, features films which reflect voices and stories of gay and lesbian people who have to face family, society and country.
By Candace Phillips
Michael Jackson was undisputedly the world’s greatest entertainer, Guyanese singer Courtney Noel emphatically said, as he spoke of a new single written and produced by him to honour the artistry of the late singer.
Here in the Caribbean we have a rich food heritage centred on ‘ole time’ bakeries and bread vans. A couple of months ago, friend and fellow blogger, Chennette, reminisced about the bread vans and bakeries in her hometown in Trinidad.
When the Guyana Music Teachers Association (GMTA) holds its annual Musicians on Stage concert, it presents the crème de la crème of students to delight music lovers and last Sunday’s affair, with its several film themes plus the spice of the National School of Dance doing two Linda Griffith choreographies and the versatile Parkside Steel Orchestra showing its mettle was no exception.
In the third week of the SASOD film festival, Painting the Spectrum 6, at the Sidewalk Café, films will be screened which deal with a range of issues related to their lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender subjects.