Max Massiah is a man of many talents. The television host and executive producer of the Maximum Sports Combat and Strength Show is also Max the Boxing Coach/Referee/Judge, Max the Second Dan Martial Artist, Max the Artist, Max the Actor and Max the Saxophonist.
When I attended Marian Academy, there was always a day designated during term time for reflection. I was quite immature at that point in time, so naturally I never took it upon myself to reflect on anything.
Cheddi Jagan Memorial Multi-Discipline Sporting Day (East Berbice-Corentyne, Region 6)
Regional Science Fair (Barima-Waini, Region 1)
March 18 – 20
Youth Expo (Demerara-Mahaica, Region 4)
Guyana National Service Ground
Film Festival (Cuyuni-Mazaruni, Region 7) at Bartica School from 7 pm
Film Festival (East Berbice-Corentyne, Region 6) at New Amsterdam Multilateral School
Phagwah National Holiday
Kumaka/Mabaruma Regatta and Street Fair (Barima-Waini, Region 1)
Film Festival (Mahaica-Berbice, Region 5) at Mahaicony Secondary School
Youth Folk Evening (Demerara-Mahaica, Region 4) at Theatre Guild Gardens
March 26 – 28
Bartica Easter Regatta (Cuyuni-Mazaruni, Region 7)
Easter Monday Kite Flying
Janet Jagan Memorial Sports (Essequibo Islands – West Demerara, Region 3) at the National Track and Field Centre – Leonora
Odessa Primus’ hilarious comedy Crack Jokes is back at the National Cultural Centre (NCC) tonight for one more performance.
According to a press release, patrons who purchased tickets for the performance on February 23,
Crack Jokes, a full-length play comes at a time when the Link Show is usually on. Crack Jokes is said to be a hilarious comedy that brings together a number of characters with one aspiration: to get rich.
We live in a world that pressures women to dress and act in a certain way. Women unthinkingly transfer these beliefs to the next generation, sometimes taking joy in doing so; it’s as if they believe real character derives from clothing choice.