Former Soca artist ‘Lucky B’ to host first local fashion show

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.

Timehri Film Festival returns for a third year

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.

Men’s Fashion Week

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.

New store boasts authentic handmade jewellery

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.

Controversial consumption

After watching about ten different “Black Mirror” episodes in total from different seasons on Netflix, the idea that technology will eventually change us all seems disturbing and undesirable.

Arkaingelle launches second album

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.

For Saiku Andrews, it’s all about the music

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.

The model and the supermodel

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.