Seven young women drawn from Linden and Kwakwani, Berbice River will take to the stage at the Mackenzie Sports Club tonight in their quest to claim the Miss Linden Town Week Queen 2010 title and crown.
Perseverance paid off for Linden’s giant model Shondell Parks who won the confidence of the panel of judges to grab the crown for the Linden Town Week 2010 Big and Bold competition while also walking away with four other special prizes.
The National Gallery presents the film Macunaima, next Monday and on Tuesday a lecture by Brazilian academic and writer, Dr Miguel Nenevé, exploring a common theme in works of Guyanese and Brazilian literature.
By Iana Seales
Classique needed a break, the sort of time away to reflect on why it was elevated to the pinnacle of dance here and to work on a production good enough to be called anything because the dancing would speak for itself.
‘I want this year to be my year’
“I want my own identity in music. I really want this year to be my year,” says the talented Jessica Xavier as she prepares to release her latest single with at least three others to follow for the year.
Six women, each weighing 225 pounds and over, are set to take to the stage on April 28, in their bid to become the Miss Big, Bold and Beautiful of Linden as the town gears up to celebrate its 40th Anniversary.
The environmental documentary Suzuki Speaks will be one of two films shown when the Canadian High Commission launches its ‘Movie Nights’ on Monday at the Chapel of the Canadian High Commission from 6 pm.