At just 19 years old, former Queen’s College (QC) student Renuka Tewari has a knack for creating jaw-dropping, one-of-a-kind works of art using some of the most unlikely items as raw material.
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Fathers can expect to be entertained tomorrow evening when experienced dancer/choreographer Sandia Ramnarine and others take to the National Cultural Centre stage for the H&T Theatre Arts Group show, “Dedication to Daddy 2” under the theme ‘Picture Perfect’.
“Beautiful Day,” the song which created quite a stir a few years back is back in the limelight with the release of its video and is well on its way to creating waves again with the many good reviews since its release on YouTube.
“A childhood dream has been realized and I’m so happy that I was able to accomplish this,” Miss World Guyana 2018 Ambika Ramraj said.
Artist and Designer Habibah Akilah Atherley has made her way back to Guyana’s shores after living for a while on one of the Caribbean islands and she now plans to give her Guyanese brothers and sisters a fusion of the Caribbean in her designs.
Dubbed as a ‘night of musical warfare’, the Empire Media Inc. is on track to host ‘Art of War 2018’, on Saturday, July 28 at the Sports Hall Tarmac, Homestretch Avenue.
For many, receiving a dismissal letter from one’s place of employment would cast instant doubts of their next move.
With the month of May and the celebration of the 180th anniversary of the arrival of Indians to Guyana just behind us, Nachle Designs launched its first line this year, ‘Flowers Bloom’.
Swiss Neo soul singer/songwriter Alina Amuri has set foot in Guyana for the first time to feature scenes of Guyana in the making of two music videos ‘Cope with It’ and ‘Daughter’, two singles from her latest album ‘Chasing Traces’.
For some time now, people from different countries have praised the work of CrisClear on WordPress commending the poet on her beautiful work and letting her know how much it has impacted their lives and how relatable it was.
I always question the idea of new trends. In this digital era, there is an immediacy – the internet allows fashion to transform, but it still feels like we have seen it all before and now more than ever.
Guyanese fathers are in for a treat when two of the Caribbean’s renowned storytellers, Paul Keens-Douglas from Trinidad and his brother Richardo Keens-Douglas from Grenada, appear at the Marriott Hotel for a special Father’s Day event organised by GEMs Theatre Productions.
Dubbed the best of the 11, the upcoming hosting of Nothing to Laugh About promises to be provocative as it will be entertaining as the producers say they will take it to a new level.
Having released a number of singles since going solo, former First Born singer and writer of the famous song “Dem Bounce Dem Head”, Lambert ‘Lambi I’ Semple, is sitting on two more.
Germaine and Kia Jacques finished as the winning pair in the Senior Category of the 27th production of the Supa-Stylistics Mother and Daughter Pageant just minutes into Mother’s Day at the National Cultural Centre.
I had promised myself that I wouldn’t get sucked into to the Royal Wedding hype, just as I didn’t when Kate and William got married but this one is hard to ignore because the optics resemble a true fairytale.
The Guyana Carnival committee has been working round the clock to make the event a success.