Poetry on a stool and tassa drumming are among the treats as the Rupununi Music and Arts Festival continues today at the Manari Ranch.
Police Constable of Brickdam Police Station Michael ‘Smallie’ Small placed third with his song “Help Meh Stop the Violence” at the Junior Calypso competition on February 3, at the Mahaicony Fun Park.
Renata Burnette has been lighting up the poetic stage for the last two years.
Reggae/dancehall singer and songwriter Owen Adams recently released his brand new single “Life Too Short”.
After 13 years in operation, the popular GEM (Guyana Entertainment Magazine) announced with “heavy heart” that it will be suspending operations in 2018.
The Indian Cultural Centre will host a free screening of the Indian biographical sports film Mary Kom at its 67 New Haven, Bel Air, Georgetown location at 4.30 pm today.
Enigma Entertainment Group has been around for almost a decade having been founded in 2009 by director Lynn Medford-Ronnkvist.
Maybe it’s social media and feeling the need to constantly update feeds with click bait posts, or the psychological need for self-actualization but this era seems to be the one mostly involved in the social charge for all types of rights.
It’s new, fun, interesting and if we are to go by the producer’s words; going to be big.
The Miss Earth Guyana franchise is under the ownership of Guyana Premier with its National Franchise Director being Dave Lalltoo and last week Friday saw the launching of the pageant at the Roraima Duke Lodge where the Miss Earth Committee took the opportunity to share plans and upcoming events.
A number of activities to mark Black History Month is being organised by the Theocracy Region Ivine House of Nyahbinghi.
Ariel Cappell has been strutting runways flaunting the latest designer styles for the last four years.
Designer and founder of the brand Original Stush (OS) Carlos Anthony is currently in Guyana making preparations for his first runway show here as well as the launching of Original Stush’s clothing line and the OS perfume for men and women: He Stush and She Stush.
Guyanese and Caribbean films will this year continue to be celebrated by the Caribbean Film Academy (CaFA), which in partnership with the Caribbean-American culture blog Rewind And Come Again (RACA) will for the third year running hold the Timehri Film Festival (TFF) from May 30 to June 3, 2018.
Having been able to keep huge corporate client Demerara Distillers Limited has had Makeup Artist Cideca B Mangal turning heads for quite some time.
Once every month, I despise being a woman. Despite becoming like clockwork, my period always manages to turn me into the most moody and frightful person no matter how hard I try to manage my emotions.
Dancehall artiste Keon ‘Rictyza’ Forde will be releasing three brand new singles just in time for the Mashramani season.
Authentic jewelry, handmade with stones and beads is accessible at the newly opened Divas Art and Craft Store located in the Avinash Complex on Water Street, which boasts of producing pieces that will last for a lifetime.
Nigel Butler, a former Burrowes School of Art student, is making great strides with his unusual artwork around Guyana.
The Guyana Ballroom Dancers Association (GBDA) hosted its third show and dance off last Saturday night at the King Solomon Hotel (Main Street Plaza).
Conscious/Reggae Guyanese artiste, Roxroy ‘Arkaingelle’ Young returned to Guyana at the beginning of this month to launch his second album ‘Tru Da Fyah’ which he did at the Guyana Rastafarian Council Headquarters.
Not a man of many words, Daniel Sears lets his photography speak for him and if, as the saying goes, ‘a picture is worth a thousand words’ then Daniel’s pictures tells double for each one of them.
Two-time Calypso Monarch, two-time Chutney Monarch and five-time Shanto King, Roger ‘Young Bill Rogers’ Hinds is gearing up for three competitions in the upcoming Mashramani season.
Movie lovers this afternoon will get the opportunity to view the 2015 drama hit Drishyam at the Indian Cutural Centre.
The name Saiku Andrews has had tongues wagging in Guyana for some months now since the release of his album ‘You’ and “Pillow Could Speak” has been one of the most requested crossover songs in Guyana, making Saiku possibly the most sought-after artiste in the country.
Hi Everyone, Today is Old Year’s Day and that means that homes across Guyana will be making the traditional end-of-year Cook-up Rice.
As we prepare to say goodbye to 2017 we should probably consider not taking exhausted trends and terrible habits into 2018 with us.
“Arrowhead” singer and songwriter Courtney Noel is currently in Guyana shooting a video for his latest song “GT Woman”.
Most creative careers from this era seem to come with an expiry date, now more than ever because we live and operate in a digital period and it has altered the way we view creativity.
Actress Simone Persaud is known for her comedic roles and even more so she’s famous on the Merundoi Radio Serial where she plays Sister Patsy.
Author and founding Pastor of Maranatha Ministries International Inc Vanrick Beresford has over the past few months been putting together a manuscript that gives insight into the life of his beloved mother Sukhraji.
Hi Everyone, At this time of the year several people always say to me, “I’d love to come to your home one Christmas; I can just imagine the fancy things on your table.” I laugh and shake my head; “You’d be disappointed; I keep it traditional at Christmas.
Abeni Sullivan has been making strides as a designer in the fashion industry for some time now.
Hi Everyone, Are you stressing about the upcoming Christmas meal? Trying to determine what to make?
I don’t think I have ever considered ageing to be a difficult and unglamorous aspect of life.
Ego is back this Christmas with his hot new single “Santa”. Just a week ago, Quincy ‘Ego’ Lacon, through Ssignal Productions, released his latest hit on Facebook in time for the holidays.
Amina Khan has been putting her exceptional touches on cakes for a little over two years.
Hi Everyone, Do not stress yourself this holiday season trying to come up with new dishes, just try these 12 little twists on traditional things.
Guyana Carnival… I cringed the first time I came across the viral posters floating around Instagram.