Guyana Fashion Week 7 promises to deliver even as organisers confess that to garner sponsorship for this year’s event has been very difficult as businesses have complained that the economy is not doing well.
While it has been around for some time, Express Guyana recently became a registered organisation and it kicked official proceedings with a forum at the National Cultural Centre which informed students on preventative measures focused on domestic violence, suicide, youth crime, violence and teenage pregnancy.
Phoenix Park, a closely-knit community on the west bank of the Demerara River, will be celebrating its 50th anniversary on Friday and it boosts of being one of the first self-help housing schemes to be constructed in Guyana.
Nicole Bissoo-Williams, painter and ceramist, goes back in time to savour memories through art.
The semi-abstract and realism artist portrays her work mostly using oil and acrylics and dabbles a bit in watercolours but regardless of what she uses the end product takes you down her memory lane.
Ten years after it was launched the Miss Region One Indigenous Heritage pageant is said to have helped to build the self-esteem of young women in the region and its organiser believes that it has even contributed to the reduction of teenage pregnancy in the various communities.
Tonight the Society Against Sexual Orientation Discrimination (SASOD) will host what it bills as its “highly anticipated” ‘Butches & Barbies’ costume ball at the Tower Suites Hotel on Main Street, Georgetown.
Always drawn to pageants and probably seeing herself in the beautiful women with the tiaras perched on their heads the recently crowned Miss Guyana Talented Teen has quickly accepted her role as a queen and vows to use her new role effectively.
Curl Fest, Guyana’s first ever Natural Hair Expo, was held on Sunday, October 9, 2016 in the Promenade Gardens.
Based on the expressions of the event’s organisers, the Expo was intended to accomplish several goals.
-longest running radio serial in Guyana and Caribbean
Ten years after it came into existence Merundoi is celebrating not only its anniversary but holding the coveted position of being the longest running radio serial in Guyana and the Caribbean twined with two of its members being invited to sit in on the last television debate between the US presidential hopefuls.