Throughout this current political season where populist movements are seemingly growing thicker than wild bush and misogyny is ripe within American politics, I constantly find myself reflecting on how this will influence fashion and the industry at large.
The Golden Om Dharmic Youth Organisation has a number of activities planned to celebrate Phagwah.
The organisation’s Phagwah Mela and Bazaar will be held today at the Rose Hall Community Centre (welfare ground) East Canje, Berbice from 3 pm.
When Paramdai ‘Vanita’ Willie rocked a gold and red sari (her two favourite colours) to sing her original piece “Powah” and was eventually crowned the queen of chutney it was more than just a crown, but it was triumph after years of trying and overcoming difficult periods in her life.
In an era where image combined with the fitting use of social media garners immense likeability and public approval, it should come as no surprise that politicians are using this recipe to grow and strengthen their political careers.
Guyanese gospel artiste Samuel Medas, a week ago, won the new artiste of the year award at the Caribbean Gospel Music Marlin Awards in Nassau, Bahamas and was last Thursday honoured by Gizmos & Gadgets.
Lindener Diana Chapman-Clarke stole the hearts the crowd and judges at the Banks DIH Demerara Park two Fridays ago, when she marched to the front of the line and was crowned the queen of the adult calypso competition with an electrifying performance of her piece “Put Your House in Order”.
Aquaila Rupan, who went by the stage name ‘Miss Buxton Spice’, was crowned Miss Mash Queen Guyana 2017 on Sunday last in what played out to be a very competitive competition where she faced off with beauties who fought for the crown ‘tooth and nail.’
In the end she held her nerve and won the nod of the judges at the National Cultural Centre.
Guyanese can continue to enjoy the ‘mash fever’ at least up until March 4, when the exciting, entertaining, fun-filled and affordable ‘after-Mash’ Rupununi Music & Arts Festival comes to Thirst Park (Banks DIH).
Make-up artist Janica Sandy’s work has been viral on Facebook and Instagram for quite some time. She has produced some jaw-dropping looks, which have people commenting and reposting to friends locally and abroad.
Despite having a small wedding of my own, I am always giddy with excitement when I am invited to one. However, deep down inside I wish sometimes we could just skip to the part where everything is over in a flash and people just turn up married without any big fuss.