A baby was abandoned in a clump of bushes near a canal in Mahaicony this week.
In the shady corners of some of Guyana’s restaurants and cafes, there are whispers about rodents intermingling with the food, dirty cooks, and unclean cooking spaces.
The theme for this year’s Mashramani is ‘Mixing and Mashing as One Guyana.’
There was a disturbing video that circulated on social media this week of a medical doctor protesting in front of State House.
On Monday January 30th, like many others I had the pleasure of being in the presence of Guyana’s Black Panther star Letitia Wright.
There were videos of female students fighting at St. Joseph High School this week.
In a world of darkness when there is a spark, it should signify hope.
A country where the scales are balanced, and therefore all are treated with respect – can we say that we live there?
There was a story on social media this week about an employee attached to the Ministry of Amerindian Affairs who is based in Region 9.
We call ourselves a civilized nation yet over the holidays the garbage rotted in the streets because for three weeks and counting the garbage collectors have not been seen in some areas.
Senior citizens carry this nation on their backs, like a burden they can only unload in death.
Recently I saw a Consumers Affairs Commission ad. It was released in December 2020, but I had never seen it before a few days ago.
Some may say that there is something sinister happening in Guyana’s waters and that it may seem as if water spirits are calling for human sacrifices.
What will it take for the garbage issues in Georgetown and other parts of the country to be resolved?
Last weekend, I saw Black Panther: Wakanda Forever. Like the first movie, it explores African cultural and spiritual practices and is also inspired by the Aztecs.
Late afternoon by Bourda, the market was closed but the pavement was busy.
Mobile phones with cameras are some of the greatest inventions of our time.
Since 2020 when the mutilated bodies of Isaiah and Joel Henry were found, their relatives have been standing on a bridge over troubled waters.
October 12 is African Holocaust Day or Maafa Day. Maafa is a Kiswahili word meaning great disaster or tragedy.
By the busy Stabroek Market area where buses wait for passengers and a police outpost stands, last week Friday a gang attacked nineteen-year-old Samuel Grannum who was a student at the Government Technical Institute (GTI).