Authenticity above all else – designer Micheal Sam

“I’m an authentic individual. I have a lot of potential in me. I want to go forward and conquer the world like anybody else who did so… regardless of their situations and circumstances,” said designer Micheal Sam, whose designs have been turning heads.

Nathaya Whaul joins ‘Days like Dese’

“Days like Dese” Season 2, Episode 2 had its first airing on Friday September 21, on Atlantic Cable Fresh Channel 1 and saw the addition of Nathaya Whaul playing Susan Rupaul, the wife of David Rupaul.

Ransford Simon: The young artist with the magic fingers

Eighteen-year-old Ransford Simon is fast becoming recognised for his paintings and drawings. Ransford’s work has blown up on Facebook, particularly a painting called ‘Mother’s Love’, which captured three generations of an Indigenous tribe—mother, daughter and grandson—in an affectionate embrace.

Four to vie for Miss Cultured Guyana crown

Four young women were last Saturday sashed as contestants of this year’s Miss Cultured Guyana Pageant at the St Joseph High School in front of a small gathering.

Lifestyle and fashion: An integrated duo

It’s amazing how your interests and priorities shift as you grow older. Fashion month is passing through Milan as you read this and, believe it or not, I haven’t felt the urge to indulge in my usual swooning over the collections online.

A lesson from Nike

Our consumption patterns are directly linked to our value system. No matter how we try to alter our perception of fashion, each time we consume it is directly linked to personal choice and a clear reflection of our politics and disposable income among other things.

Jamaican dancehall sensation to perform at the National Park

Popular Jamaican dancehall singer Masicka is expected to hit the National Park stage on September 29, for his ‘They don’t know my story’ concert compliments of Lion Heart Entertainment, Guinness and Kings of Kings Records and Productions.

SASOD to screen award-winning African movie

As the Society Against Sexual Orientation Discrimination (SASOD) continues its Painting the Spectrum 14 Film Festival, award-winning African film Tchindas will be one of the two screenings that explore lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer (LGBTQ+) rights, culture and history.

‘Days Like Dese’ back on television

Season 2 of “Days Like Dese”, which consists of 6 episodes, was hit the television last Friday evening on 8 channels and will continue until the end of November.

Coconut oil: It’s not ‘pure poison’

Hi Everyone, I’m sure you must have read or heard of the recent news report coming out of the lecture: ‘Coconut Oil and other Nutritional Errors’ by Dr Karin Michels in which she declared that coconut oil is “pure poison” and “one of the worst foods you can eat”.

Chris Ove going places with ‘Another Lover’

“Another Lover,” a Dancehall-Afro-Fusion single was released last Saturday via More Global, a distribution division that will be distributing the single on social media.

Pamela Fox returns to Guyana

Since her recent return to Guyana, designer Pamela Fox has already launched a collection called ‘Welcome Summer’ at the St Joseph High School Reunion.

Naya Zamana presents ‘Tere Bin’ this evening

Photos from last year Naya Zamana 21 (Photos taken by Fidal Bassier) The Guyana Hindu Dharmic Sabha presents the 22nd production of Naya Zamana this evening at the National Cultural Centre.

Children’s drama workshop presents ‘Emerge 7’

The Theatre Guild Play House will come alive next Saturday, September 1, when participants of the Children’s Drama Workshop through Purple Arts Production Company present to the public a packed show of short plays, poetry and dance.

School teacher Gabrielle Cummings is Miss Emancipation 2018

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.

Akeela Simpson is Miss Princess Guyana

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 launches Re-BUILD initiative

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 moves to Essequibo

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 hosts two-day beach party

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.

Young photographer finds joy in the candid shot

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.

Nineteen children graduate from musical theatre programme

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.

Second princess pageant set for August 12

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.