First ‘Carnival’ hair show for May 24

The Cosmetologists Network of Guyana will present its first ever Hair Carnival Show at the Umana Yana on Thursday May 24, and it is expected to offer the public the opportunity to choose their ideal hairstyle out of the many that will be on display.

Steppers delight during International Dance Week

Two Saturdays ago, the Georgetown School of Ballroom and Latin Dance along with Let’s Dance brought intrigue 007 style to the Umana Yana through dance, song and drama leaving an appreciative audience wanting more.

Ten finalists named for Miss World Guyana pageant

After months of searching, much deliberation and evaluation of more than 40 applicants, the Miss World Guyana organization has finally selected its top ten contestants, one of whom will have the opportunity of being crowned queen and representing Guyana at this year’s Miss World Competition in Sanya, China.

Forty-four to compete in Mother and Daughter Pageant

Twenty-four mothers and their daughters will take the stage next Saturday to vie for three crowns in the three categories of the annual Mother and Daughter pageant to be held under the theme ‘Love Kaleidoscope’ at the National Cultural Centre.

Weekend eating: Plantain Nachos

Hi Everyone, Here is the checklist for a traditional plate of Nachos: ●Crispy ●Cheesy ●Flecks of heat from hot peppers Nachos are made with 3 ingredients – corn tortilla chips, cheese, and hot peppers.

Playback singer set to perform on May 1

Popular Bollywood playback singer Atif Aslam is set to be the star at a Guyana Hindu Dharmic Sabha mega concert set for May 1, which is being described as the highlight of a number of activities the organisation has planned to commemorate the 180th anniversary of the arrival of Indians to Guyana.

Berbician wins regional pageant

Twenty-five-year-old Berbician stunner Faydeha Cathylyna King won the Miss Black San International title on April 1, when she competed against eight other young women in the Sandy Point Town of St Kitts, also winning three of the four categories.

The importance of staying true to ourselves

– a not-so-subtle message from Cardi B

Maybe it is the visuals—everyone I grew up with now has a baby—or the cheeky reminder by some that my biological clock is ticking, but now and more than ever, I find myself thinking of being a mother and the changes that will bring.

Gospel Saiku Andrews wins Caribbean award

Gospel singer Saiku Andrews was recently named 2018’s Caribbean Artiste of the Year for his album ‘You’ at the Sterling Gospel Music Awards held in Jamaica.

Clubs launched to help empower girls

Since the launching of Miss Berbice I’m A Big Deal Beauty and Empowerment pageant the organisers through RD Production have been on the move in Berbice.

SDA Guyana Conference to host grand regional camp

Come next week thousands of mostly youths from Guyana, the Caribbean and the US will be journeying to the Linden/Soesdyke Highway as the Seventh Day Adventists Conference of Guyana host its first ever regional camporee.

Simply delicious: Fried Potatoes

Hi Everyone, Picture this: finely chopped onions cooked slowly until soft and sweet; tomatoes cooked on low heat until they break down and melt, rustically pulpy; crushed garlic so soft that it creams easily when pressed against the back of a spoon.

Car and Bike show for National Park

Come tomorrow evening the National Park will come alive when what is described as Guyana’s biggest car and bike show—Nik Shine Ride—kicks off and the finest and shiniest working old and new car, minibus and SUV face off for over $1 million in cash and prizes.

Club launched to celebrate girls and women

At a time when the world is celebrating the existence of women, the SHADES Women’s Club was launched last Saturday evening at the Georgetown Cricket Club.

Concert to celebrate women today at Promenade Gardens

Today at the Promenade Garden from 3pm women will be celebrated as the High Commission of Canada to Guyana in collaboration with the Government of Guyana host an International Women’s Day 2018 Expo & Concert at the Promenade Gardens.

Black Panther style

I feel unprepared to go see Black Panther at the cinema. Partially because I am in the middle of moving to a new house, but mostly because I think I can’t possibly come up with something appropriate to wear.

Bunty Singh crowned Chutney King a second time

Berbician Bunty Singh copped the Chutney King title for a second time at this year’s National Chutney competition at the Leonora Ground on the West Coast Demerara on February 18.

I’m A Big Deal Miss Berbice contestants join clean-up exercise

On Sunday last, contestants of the I’m A Big Deal Miss Berbice Beauty and Empowerment Pageant put aside the glitz and glam associated with pageantry to team up with the police of Rose Hall Outpost, the mayor, workers of the town council and youths in a clean-up exercise around the Berbice town.

First ever drum fest to be held next Sunday

Drummers from around will soon have the opportunity to participate in the country’s first drum festival next week Sunday and the chance to win over $1 million in cash and prizes.