A friendly little village in Mahaicony situated approximately 51 kilometres from Georgetown, Cottage is a haven to its more than 250 residents, whose foreparents reportedly took up residence there in the mid-1800s.
One day she took all of her savings and ordered camera equipment, giving in to the pull of photography; she has not looked back since.
Just 11.5 kilometres from Supenaam is the serene and peaceful little village of Pomona.
At just minutes to midnight on Sunday, November 5, Cindyann Khan was crowned the new Miss Guyana Talented Teen, and Oshay Roberts the first ever Miss Princess Guyana before a large gathering at the Promenade Gardens.
Story and photos by Joanna Dhanraj Goedverwagting, East Cost Demerara is enclosed by Sparendaam, Ogle, farmland and the Atlantic Ocean in the north.
After spending most of the last two years working as a part-time makeup artist, Leony Grimmond has found her niche.
Twelve young ladies will contest the first ever ‘I’m a Big Deal’ pageant billed for Saturday November 18, at the Albion Sports Complex Ground.
Amsterdam is a community situated on the eastern side of Leguan enclosed by villages Canefield and Endeavour, rice fields and the seawall that keeps the Essequibo at bay.
Burrowes School of Arts beauty Romichelle Brummel was last Saturday night crowned Miss Cultured Guyana 2017 after competing with two other contestants at the Umana Yana.
Story and photos by Joanna Dhanraj Taymouth Manor sits between the villages of Alliance and Affiance and is home to a population of 200.
Schoonord on the West Bank Demerara is bordered by the overpopulated Goed Fortuin and uninhabited Meer Zorgen.
Nineteen-year-old pop/soul singer/songwriter and personal designer Jasha ‘JJ Artz’ Abrams, when he isn’t making a statement with his voice is doing so with fashion.
The village of Crane is believed to have been in existence since the late 1800s or early 1900s and is home to more than 3,000 people.
The wee hours of Sunday morning saw 20-year-old stunner, Sherryanna Balkaran of Paramakatoi being crowned Miss Indigenous Heritage at the National Cultural Centre.
Lower Kara Kara sits on the outskirts of Linden among lush grass, trees and the rippling black waters of the Kara Kara Creek.
Lambert ‘Lambi I’ Semple, singer/songwriter and lead vocalist in the famous ‘How are We Gonna Survive’ produced by the now defunct popular group ‘First Born’, of which he was a founding member, has now gone solo.
Photos by Joanna Dhanraj Lust en Rust is a new village; its residents were given lots in 2014.
At nineteen, Daniel Ifill is not just an ordinary teenager still trying to figure out a career but rather he is miles ahead as he is already a dancer, model and makeup artist who when he’s not working his skills backstage on some performer’s face is flaunting his stuff on a stage he takes charge of.
Craft artist and designer Natasha David has for almost a decade now been creating unique jawdropping pieces made mainly of natural materials which many would discard never dreaming that they could be used to create art.
Guyanese Paulla De Souza, who is touted as one of the Caribbean’s and South America’s most sought-after make-up artist (MUA), is scheduled to be in Guyana for a Beauty Empowerment Celebration on September 24, aimed at giving women the 411 on how to effortlessly look chic and gorgeous.
Guyana’s Cynthia Dookie won the Miss Global International 2017 crown last Saturday evening, besting 19 other beauties in what was understood to be a nail biting competition at the Hotel Riu, Montego Bay, Jamaica.
In Canal Number One, West Bank Demerara approximately six miles from the Vreed-en-Hoop Police Station is a busy little village called Recht door Zee.
Rewattie Datt-DaCosta has been thrilling one audience after another with dance for the past 22 years through Nrityageet and she is not done yet; in fact, she is even more enthused after her recent performance at Carifesta XIII in Barbados “[Dance] gives me a chance to express my feelings in a way that words could not,” Rewattie said during an interview with The Scene.
Dryshore is a quiet little village in Essequibo, approximately four miles from the Supenaam jetty skirted by the villages of Warousi and Hibernia.