East Ruimveldt Secondary School teacher Gabrielle Cummings edged out seven other beauties to walk away with the Miss Emancipation crown last Saturday evening and while she is strong on pageants the new queen said she would only participate in those that allow her to remain authentic to who she really is.
Eight-year-old Akeela Simpson of Comenius Primary brought the curtains down on the Miss Princess Guyana Pageant when she was crowned by last year’s princess Oshay Roberts at the Theatre Guild on Sunday last.
Miss Earth Guyana 2018 Xamiera Kippins last week launched her Beauty For A Cause project branded Re-BUILD which aims to solve the problem of the improper disposal of non-biodegradable waste.
Nothing to Laugh About rolls into Essequibo this evening and promises residents their dose of laughter when actors and actresses take to the Anna Regina Community Centre stage.
Hits and Jams Entertainment yesterday opened its two-day beach festival which is expected to feature excitement, great music, glow paint, water, powder, beach games, all-inclusive packages and partying.
Recently a photograph of two boys participating in the Annual Skipping Competition was posted on Facebook by Jermaine Arthur and it caught the attention of quite a number of persons in the media including well-known photographers.
Seven stunning and vivacious ladies will grace the stage tonight at the National Cultural Centre (NCC) for the Miss Emancipation Pageant.
Laramade Musical Theatre Troupe last Saturday wrapped up a one-month musical theatre workshop that saw a number of children in attendance for the month of July during which they were taught theatrical skills in singing, dancing and acting.
Eighteen-year-old gospel/conscious artiste Christopher Nelson has made his way into the music industry with the debut of his single “Do My Best”, which was released on social media two Wednesdays ago.
The Miss Guyana Princess Pageant is set to hit the stage for the second time bringing to the spotlight eight gorgeous little princesses, one of whom will walk away with the coveted crown and title.
Naya and Andaaz Designs has had tongues wagging about its one-of-a-kind, off-the-hook Indian pieces since its inception three years ago.
This week The Scene caught up with Clifford Charles who most of Guyana is familiar with as Alabama.
On Sunday on August 5, the Police Officers Mess Hall will come alive with the sixth annual Emancipation Jazz and Soul Concert hosted by Ssignal Productions, which will see some of the finest in music.
Food lovers can expect a treat today when the Global Foundation in collaboration with the Department of Social Cohesion, Culture, Youth and Sports hosts its first Caribbean Cookout on the lawns of Castellani House, Vlissingen Road and Homestretch Avenue starting from 4 pm.
Little did anyone know that the boy who sang at the Full Gospel Church in Mahaica every now and again would one day be making his own music and that people would love him for it.
What’s Good For The Goose hits the National Cultural Centre on July 28, 29 and 30 bringing with it sadness, anger, suspense and laughter, the entire package.
The Guyana Rastafarian Council will host its first ever Pre-Emancipation Reggae Fever Concert on Tuesday, July 31, at the Guyana Football Club Ground, promoting some of Guyana’s finest in the Reggae and Conscious Music arenas and creating a familiar ground between them and Guyanese fans.
Members of the public will have an opportunity to view the Indian hit film Tanu Weds Manu today at 4:30 at the Swami Vivekananda Cultural Centre (previously known as the Indian Cultural Centre), Lot 67 New Haven, Bel Air, Georgetown.
While at eight years old most children are still playing and dreaming, Nicasey Abrams was already writing her destiny with her wild imagination.
Naomi Horsford who goes by the stage name Young Royalty has moved back to England where she spent some of her early years and has been turning up the heat in the reggae community which led to her being signed to the management of Britain’s Got Reggae.
Rapper/conscious artiste Rondel ‘Disi’ Holder has yet again taken the gospel arena in Guyana to another level with his debut album ‘Next Level’ which was released in April.
Twenty-four-year-old Dexter Michael Gardener is one of the newest kids on the block in the fashion industry and he is pulling out all of the stops as a designer.
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The Promenade Gardens has been chosen as the backdrop for Akilah Atherley’s display of her latest clothing line ‘Redemption’, which will take the form of a Fashion Show and Tea Party on Saturday, July 28.
(Photos by Subhash Haimraj) Stunner Xamiera Kippins was crowned the new Miss Earth Guyana ahead of five other contestants when the curtains came down on last Saturday night’s affair into the first hour of Sunday morning at the Natural Cultural Centre (NCC).
Tired of the way women are treated, especially in the music industry, Jamaican born Reggae-Fusion singer Diana King has taken matters into her hands to help women produce music free of cost and the initiative will see her ThinkLikeAGirl Music (TLAG) record label distributing the album ‘Big Woman Tingz’ come July 13.
The National Cultural Centre stage will come alive and patrons will be entertained when H&T Theatre Arts Group stage Till Ah Find A Place II – Childmother Childfathers tonight and tomorrow evening.
Twenty-six-year-old model Onesha Hutson has been strutting the catwalk for the last seven years in and out of Guyana and her exploits include finishing second in the Miss Jamzone Guyana in 2014 and becoming queen of the local leg at the Miss Global International Guyana the same year.
One year later the Brazilian Embassy will yet again be hosting its annual festival ‘Festa Junina’ on the lawns of the Brazilian Embassy today beginning at 6pm until midnight.
Reggae artiste Mortimer Softley, who goes by the stage name Natural Black yes released his much anticipated single, ‘Eyes Ah Look’.
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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