Several communities across the country are inundated. Almost every region has been severely affected by floods.
I was unmoved by the sound of the fireworks on Tuesday night.
Surviving COVID-19 is not just about being able to breathe. For what is living when it appears that our souls have departed our bodies and have left us listless and cold.
Directors of Superior Concrete Inc., a foreign company in Guyana, disrespected Housing Minister Colin Croal, Chief Executive Officer of the Central Housing and Planning Authority Sherwyn Greaves and staff of the CH&PA’s Enforcement Department.
I thought about Kescia Branche this week. Kescia, my theatre colleague, was murdered three years ago.
Revulsion, sorrow and shock. These were some of the reactions when a video circulated on social media this week of a man eating a decomposing animal.
The Suffering Hardships, distress and pain cling to us like skin on bones.
Undoubtedly the culture in Guyana is changing largely because of the new oil industry.
Twice now my messages to friends have been left unread because they succumbed to COVID-19.
Headlines about killings are nothing new. Bodies riddled with bullets are, again, unfortunately, nothing new.
In his book ‘A New Earth’, Eckhart Tolle wrote a paragraph under the title ‘Our Inherited Dysfunction’.
I do not know much about the drug trade. The price of cocaine or any other type of illicit drugs is not known to me.
The garbage bin has been sitting near the gate for a week, waiting to be cleared.
I do not expect there to be only saints and no sinners in the National Assembly.
There are many stories that can begin with ‘Once upon a time…’ Like those the oceans hold.
A montage of wounds is on display in Guyana. But the kaleidoscope of red and pink gashes seems not to have persuaded most of us to change or demand a better society.
A painting from a young artist triggered social media outrage this week.
When I read and listen to what has been said about the local sugar industry, my mind wanders to its dark origins.
Since the darkness of COVID-19 cast its shadow over Guyana, many Guyanese have been left in a quandary.
The Ethnic Relations Commission (ERC) has brought a charge against a dental surgeon.