This year I find myself to be a tad obsessed with Christmas. I suppose it’s because I now have my own little family and it’s our first Christmas together, I feel more energized and motivated to indulge in all the commercial Christmas traps – a Santa Claus tablecloth and a fresh Christmas tree have already been checked on my Christmas list.
Next Saturday local and talented artistes of Messengers Music Ministries, an acapella group, will be live in concert when they blend their voices together at the grand year end ‘Advent Praise’ concert put on by the Youth Ministries of the Guyana Conference of Seventh Day Adventist Church at the National Cultural Centre.
Kenny Hercules was one of the up and coming models given the opportunity to walk the runway at the Pegasus Hotel during Guyana Fashion Week three weeks ago and from all accounts he made the stage his and really sold the designs he wore.
Artist Sheena Henry has been creating quite a stir with her textile handbags, purses and of recent adorable little dolls.
A diploma from ER Burrowes School of Art may have provided her with a certificate to teach art but her knack for it started long before.
Well look-eey hey. A woman caused cuhmess (Bajan slang for commotion) earlier this month, when she got up in one of Barbados’ Anglican churches during the announcements session, to encourage people to bring a Bajan dish for their upcoming day of fun to mark Barbados’ 50th Independence, and had to nerve to say, “No pasta dishes, please.
We are all guilty of owning at least one thing that we regret buying and more than often the act of remorseful buying happens when we are high on impulse – perhaps our favourite brand may be having a sale or chances are we may have developed some sort of obsession with a particular design style or concept.
The Theatre Guild will come alive tomorrow evening when the Deaf Theatre Guyana stages its ‘Spirit of a Nation’, featuring a presentation in dance, drama of the story of Guyana from Independence to now.
Still battling a disorder that sometimes makes her hate the way she looks, the reigning Miss Guyana World Nuriyyih Gerrard says she continues the process of loving herself even as she has gotten over the initial shock of winning the crown and is settling into enjoying her reign and the preparation for the Miss World stage later this year.
Hi Everyone, When one goes home to visit, the list of needs is small but important. Great tasting dishes of our favourite foods, a place to chillax – to gyaff, catch up on the happenings in Guyana and each other’s lives, and to simply bask in what it means to be home in Guyana.