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Dress code imbalance

Dress code imbalance

Guyana is a very backward society for so many reasons believe it or not .

Alexander takes family on  ‘Very Bad Day’ in Disney comedy

Alexander takes family on ‘Very Bad Day’ in Disney comedy

[caption id="attachment_307540" align="alignleft" width="240"] A scene from the film[/caption]LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - A rogue crocodile, a green baby, a puking Peter Pan and a punching kangaroo are troublesome yet comedic obstacles that befall the Cooper family on a Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day in Disney’s new live-action family comedy .

Meghan Trainor’s ‘All About That Bass’ could’ve been Beyoncé’s

Meghan Trainor’s ‘All About That Bass’ could’ve been Beyoncé’s

Meghan Trainor self-love single “All About That Bass” remains the No .

Hard-dough Bread

Hard-dough Bread

Fort Lauderdale Soirée Pt. 4

Hi Everyone,It’s been nice sharing with you about the meet-up in Fort Lauderdale with Al, CAG and Observer, along with their wives Mar, Desi and Pat .

Journey to St Cuthbert’s Mission

Journey to St Cuthbert’s Mission

St Cuthbert’s Mission is an Amerindian settlement 60+ miles down the Mahaica River .

Imported fashion takeover

Imported fashion takeover

Today I am writing to you from Miami Beach in Barbados .

Villa in Paradise to be made into film

Villa in Paradise to be made into film

Barbadian Paul Doyle is seeking to pay homage to literary giant Jeannette Layne-Clark through the production of a film Villa in Paradise, from a book of the same name written by Layne-Clark .

Guyanese artist in international competition

Guyanese artist in international competition

Guyanese visual artist Carl Anderson has entered four paintings into the Bombay Artisan 2014 Competition .

Benab in St Cuthbert’s Mission

Benab in St Cuthbert’s Mission

The 60 x 50 benab in St Cuthbert’s Mission .

‘Train Wreck’  sets Marlon Webster  on the right track

‘Train Wreck’ sets Marlon Webster on the right track

It was in 2007 that Marlon Webster blazed through the competition to take the local soca title with an energetic, creative and impulsive performance of his song, “Give me it!” And though he lost it the next year to the well-known Adrian Dutchin, Marlon kept working at his music; it is, he says, his life .

Putting drama first

Putting drama first

Pardon me for being repetitive, but with the recently concluded graduation of artists across their respective fields under the newly formed Institute of Creative Arts; and the National Drama Festival’s first set of plays to be staged in less than a month, I feel it is my duty to return to arts and its place in our future .

Bamboo Fire Café

Bamboo Fire Café

Hi Everyone, Welcome to part 3 of a 4-part series about a gathering of Tastes Like Home friends who met for the first time in July this year .

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First Resort takes Belize

First Resort takes Belize

[caption id="attachment_305908" align="alignright" width="166"] Surinamese model Xaviera Rijger in Sonia Noel’s First Resort (Photo by Helio)[/caption]Seemingly on a world tour, Sonia Noel’s First Resort has now made an appearance in Belize, following an invitation from that country’s National Institute of Culture and History .

Fashion designer Paul Burnette launches Mr Guyana International

Fashion designer Paul Burnette launches Mr Guyana International

Coordinator of the Mr Guyana International Pageant, Paul Burnette believes that there has been a morale decline in men over the years from their involvement in various crimes, including domestic disturbances, abuse and violence against women .

Adrian Foster’s utilitarian luxe

Adrian Foster’s utilitarian luxe

A few months ago I wrote to you telling you about my trip to Trinidad and Tobago for the purpose of reviewing a fashion retail market entitled Racked TT .

‘Kindred’ crew looks to take local music to new heights

‘Kindred’ crew looks to take local music to new heights

When we first spoke to Andrew ‘Drew Thoven’ King in March, he had referred to his vision for music in Guyana and he has now taken a step closer to fulfilling it with his record label company, Kindred Republic .

Denzel Washington sharpens tools to exact justice in Equalizer

Denzel Washington sharpens tools to exact justice in Equalizer

LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - After watching The Equalizer, moviegoers might never see the friendly guy at the home improvement store who picks out their tools and plywood in the same way .

Institute of Creative Arts  hosts inaugural graduation

Institute of Creative Arts hosts inaugural graduation

By Dacia WhaulSome 60 artists who graduated on Thursday with Diplomas and Certificates in their respective fields—visual arts, dance, music and drama—were urged to be catalysts in the development of the various creative industries in Guyana .

The Umana Yana

The Umana Yana

In the month we celebrate the aboriginal people of Guyana the tragic destruction of the Umana Yana by fire on September 9 was an unfortunate blow to the heritage and celebration of Amerindian Heritage Month, Guyanese history and our culture .

Al’s Secret Bakes Fort Lauderdale Soirée – Pt. 2

Al’s Secret Bakes Fort Lauderdale Soirée – Pt. 2

Hi Everyone,There are many cooks who cook their hearts out and feed as many people as possible .

The Scene Cartoon

The Scene Cartoon

The Scene Cartoon .

Nine in contention for  Miss Guyana Universe

Nine in contention for Miss Guyana Universe

Nine young women have been shortlisted to compete in the Miss Guyana Universe 2014 pageant which will be launched tomorrow at the Palm Court Restaurant and Bar .

Styling Lisa Punch

Styling Lisa Punch

This is probably my third article on Lisa Punch since; she made her international debut on Rising Star .

Rafieya Husain taking her dedication and determination to Miss World

Rafieya Husain taking her dedication and determination to Miss World

Rafieya Husain believes that being a pageant title holder is a job that requires hard work, dedication and determination, because you’re no longer representing yourself but a group of people, a country and as is the case with her current crown, the prestigious brand of Miss World .

Celebrating our first  peoples

Celebrating our first peoples

September is the month when we celebrate the first peoples of this land; their culture, their heritage, their history and remember why special attention needs to be placed on protecting their livelihoods, and their land .

Food, Fellowship & Friendship Fort Lauderdale Soirée – Pt. 1

Food, Fellowship & Friendship Fort Lauderdale Soirée – Pt. 1

Hi Everyone,This week begins a 4-part series of a gathering of Tastes Like Home friends that was held in July of this year .

Hello, Stretch marks!

Hello, Stretch marks!

Caribbean people have latched onto the “summer” idea like they have with most other northern and western practices and trends .

Guyanese designers at the recent Caribbean New York Fashion Week

Guyanese designers at the recent Caribbean New York Fashion Week

Sonia Noel, who is promoting and marketing her First Resort collection and Makin’ Style magazine overseas, poses with Selwyn Collins author and talk show host in New York .

The Scene Cartoon

The Scene Cartoon

The Scene Cartoon .

‘Lil Red’ looks to the big time

‘Lil Red’ looks to the big time

When Jonathan King was 12 years old, he entered the Junior Calypso Competition .

Let the  music play

Let the music play

Listening to Rihanna earlier this week (not on the radio) plead with the DJ to put the song “pon de replay” and also to “turn the music up” because “all the gyal on the dance floor wantin’ some more” suddenly reminded me that I had not listened to the radio in a while .

Slow to sweetness Caramelized onions

Slow to sweetness Caramelized onions

Hi Everyone,A couple of weeks ago I was telling you about sweating onions, well this week, it is about caramelizing the alliums .

 The Scene Cartoon

The Scene Cartoon

The Scene Cartoon .

Style and politics

Style and politics

Growing up, I had always been drawn to the style of women who are involved in politics or married to men who are .

Young businesswoman set to promote African culture

Young businesswoman set to promote African culture

– after winning Miss Emancipation crown

Franale Holder is Guyana’s newest Miss Emancipation, but she is much more than just a beauty queen .



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