With stiff opposition from the religions, the debate on the contentious bill to enable casino gambling had to be adjourned to Monday after a record 30 MPs indicated their intention yesterday to speak on the topic and the government showed no sign of budging from the plan to have it passed quickly.
On February 3, Guyanese and more particularly Linden party fans are going to witness the first instalment of this year’s Carib Soca Monarch competition and it’s bound to have a few surprises.
You won’t find many 16-year-olds attending Guyana’s highest learning institution, but Miss Guyana Talented Teen 2006 believes starting advanced studies young could open many doors for her in the future.
When Le Classique Dance Company held its production, Alley Cats, a few months ago the choreography was excellent and the dancers were good but Leslyn Lashley was better than good.
Hi Everyone, The aroma of ‘married-man pork’ (sweet basil) and thyme fills the kitchen as I lift the lid of the steamer.
Weddings are joyous occasions but there are some aspects of the day that some of us would cut short if it weren’t for that thing called tradition.
Before Star Guyana, Lisa Punch was just a young girl with big dreams, a good voice and two dancing feet.
Having just graduated from high school this born and bred Georgetown resident has decided that the time is right for her to pursue her dream of becoming a successful artiste.
This week The Scene begins a new series. ‘Tastes Like Home’ by Cynthia Nelson explores our relationship with food.
Upscale Restaurant’s resuscitated poetry night is usually interesting but on Tuesday night things got really exciting when little Ryan Benschop took to the microphone and performed a piece called, “I Got Women Trouble”.
Judging from its exterior the new City Mall is an added attraction to the active Regent/Camp streets and after a mere five minutes inside and you get the impression it is a shopper’s dream, well in Guyana that is.
Honorary Consul of Guyana to California Joseph D’Oliveira retired at the end of last year after serving for 30 years in this position, from 1976 to 1993 and from 1994 to 2006.
Fittingly, given that the Caribbean will host cricket’s largest competition – Cricket World Cup 2007 – in two months’ time, the cover of the Guyana Annual 2006-2007 is dominated by a collage of cricket stars.
The National Cultural Centre came alive on Saturday when some of the best Caribbean vocalists lit up the stage courtesy of King Solomon’s promotions.