I have been bombarded by pictures on my Facebook timeline of women decked out in their Golden Arrowhead dresses. While I love my country and all, I honestly don’t want to see Guyana’s flag again anytime soon.
Spoken word poet Yerrodin Akeel Bowen has had tongues wagging since his return to Guyana in 2011. Yerrodin made his debut at the former Upscale Restaurant but his love for writing poems began when he was just ten years old while still living in the Bahamas during which, one of his first poems was published in a book pf poetry called The Master.
As I told you last week, my mother is visiting and, over the period of time that she’s been here, there have been several requests for specific things that she would like to eat and drink.
The United States Embassy in collaboration with the Canadian High Commission and the Global Friendships Foundation will host an event called ‘The Family Reunion’ on Monday, May 23 at the Promenade Gardens to mark the Golden Jubilee of Guyana’s Independence.
Legend of Victoria Village, a musical, dramatic, historical reenactment of slavery, which includes sacrifices, murder, resistance and aggression, church and education, indentureship, social life, love and marriage, opened last evening at the National Cultural Centre.
Last week, I came across an article on the UK Telegraph’s website about a woman’s work wear fiasco. Receptionist, Nicola Thorp was sent home unpaid from her job on her first day, for refusing to wear high heels.
Ssignal Productions last month launched its album of national songs, ‘Songs of Guyana’s Children’ in the Conference Hall at the National Library, one of the three things that the production company wanted to do to commemorate Guyana’s 50th Anniversary.