Seromanie Choomanlall raced past her nine competitors on Saturday last to be crowned Miss Queen of Essequibo 2010, at a pageant promoted by the Lake Mainstay Resort and held at the Anna Regina Community Centre.
Eighteen-year-old Aasieya Husain, a Guyanese by birth, was crowned Miss India DC on September 18 at the Betts Theatre in Washington, DC.
NEW YORK (Billboard) – Bruno Mars likes things just the way they are atop Billboard’s Hot 100 singles chart, as “Just The Way You Are” held at No.
(EUR) Beef, for better or worse, is a part of the entertainment industry. It’s all around and seems to never really go away.
(MTV) If the first single from Rihanna’s album ‘Loud’, “Only Girl (In The World)” is any indication, the “Umbrella” singer has got her groove back.
A very charismatic, natural leader from her youthful years, Omoni Oboli has always loved acting. Omoni actually started her acting career as a child at the age of 3.
Grace Kennedy Remittance Services (Guy) Limited under the Western Union Brand recently donated the sum of $150,000 towards Guyana Fashion Week 2010.
(BBC NewsBeat) – Kanye West halted his giveaway of free tracks to fans yesterday, because a song from his unreleased album has been leaked.
Ten beauties from different parts of Region Two will vie tonight for the title of Miss Essequibo 2010 at a pageant being held at the Anna Regina Community Centre Ground.
Hi Everyone, I could not believe it – the cornbread did not taste good! Sure, it looked gorgeous; it had beguiled me with its golden beauty.
While being cognisant of the loss of the Arawak culture, Basil Rodrigues believes that if interventions are made, the spiral can be stymied so that this culture can be passed on to youths.
I am not sure when my preoccupation with my identity began but it has become an integral part of my life.
There is only so much available in the media today about Guyanese music and the wider culture and that leaves us wanting something more substantial.
The National Gallery will host a discussion on the subject, ‘Meanings in Amerindian Art’, next Wednesday at 5 pm, at its Castellani House premises, Vlissengen Road, Georgetown.
Satyajit Ray’s 1961 film Teen Kanya (Three Daughters) will be screened at the Indian Cultural Centre, 5 New Haven Bel Air, today at 5:30 pm.