Prevented from holding gatherings as part of the measures put in place to prevent the spread of the new coronavirus disease (COVID-19), many churches have started to utilise online platforms to continue to spread their messages to their followers.
By Allyson Stoll, PhD Guyana’s enduring maritime heritage encompasses many celebrated personages and noteworthy events.
With the novel coronavirus disease (COVID-19) changing almost all facets of life across the globe, a number of workplaces have put alternative mechanisms in place in order to maintain output by allowing employees to work from home.
With each new day, Andre Brandon puts himself at risk of contracting the novel coronavirus disease but his passion for his job knows no bounds.
In “The Personal History of David Copperfield”, Armando Iannucci’s adaptation of Charles Dickens’ bildungsroman paints the varied locales of Victorian-era England with strokes of playful whimsy that bleed into its mood and form.
[Suite of 5 Poems] 1. Unwritten histories of human hearts Who knows one day the books will write themselves in magic language soon transforming us to image, symbol and the ultimate silence.
“The first time he hit me was the last, it had to be.
If there is one thing this pandemic has taught some of us it is how precious and valuable life really is.
With the closure of gyms owing to the COVID-19 pandemic, more and more people have gravitated to the outdoors – like the seawalls, the National Park or D’Urban Park – to exercise.
This week, to emphasize for beginners the longevity of chess, we take a look at the famous Hastings tournament, hosted by a club in England in 1895.
The Stabroek News feature “History This Week” used to provide readers with a most valuable series of vignettes from Guyana’s past.
Curious monkey, up a tree Jumping up and down, a spree Only sound, a boatside paddle Two bosom friends and me Then Gunns Strip… way way down below, And Barima, way up high From Mazaruni, Vergenoogen, Eh heh, Imbaidmadai From Malgretout to Rosignol Schoonord to Lusignan From Windsor Forest to Mahaica From Wismar to Leguan From Crabwood Creek to Ituni And Paramakatoi All of that, yes all of that, Is Guyana, boy.
Introduction Today’s column continues my exploration of Guyana’s world class offshore petroleum discoveries located mainly in the Stabroek Block, and under operational control of ExxonMobil and its partners.
President Granger’s undertaking to accept the declaration of the election results by GECOM leaves Guyana with the hopeful expectation that the election ‘torment’ will soon be over.
After 29 years of painting signboards and logos for prestigious companies as well as productions held at the National Cultural Centre (NCC), signboard artist Max Massiah is looking to hang up his brushes.
Even when the community they are residing in wasn’t considered a novel coronavirus disease (COVID-19) hotspot in Guyana, residents of Santa Rosa had made known their struggles with the restrictions that were implemented to keep the Indigenous village safe.
In light of the worldwide Black Lives Matter movement, which is putting pressure on universities and schools to demolish statues of slavers, hundreds of parents and former students of a London school named after an 18th century slave owner are calling for it to be renamed in honour of one of Britain’s first Black headteachers.
By Readawne Henery Several University of Guyana (UG) students have given mixed reviews on the transition from in classroom learning to virtual learning, which has become the new norm due to the novel coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic.
Although reports of child abuse in Guyana have decreased during the first five months of the year, Childcare and Protection Agency (C&PA) Director Ann Greene says that reporting has been affected by the closure of schools, which are key allies of the agency.
Every interaction of our lives is affected by the weight and history of things that came before – our politics, our forefathers, exigencies of power, the meeting points of class, race and gender.