Earlier this week, I woke up to images of a glowing pregnant barely covered Serena Williams gracing the cover of Vanity Fair on my Instagram feed.
Last Saturday brought the curtains down on the annual Festa Junina celebrations at the Brazil-Guyana Cultural Centre, which saw its largest crowd ever: more than 1,000 persons in attendance.
Professional photographer Amrit Rivas only found his new passion a short few years ago but his work is fast attracting attention.
Hi Everyone, This week begins a 3-part series on hot peppers that are currently enjoying a bountiful season.
The memory of the spoken word can last a long time. I can still remember words that were said to me from eight years ago by people I have lost total contact with.
Though still two months away from coronation night and the Mr/Miss Guyana African Roots week of activities, rehearsals are in full swing and contestants have been working tirelessly to ensure that they are ready for the big night.
Veteran actor Ron Bobb-Semple will in August be holding a one-man show in commemoration of the 130th birth anniversary of Marcus Mosiah Garvey, the Jamaican African hero who founded the Universal Negro Improvement Association and African Communities League (UNIA&ACL).
Majek Fingers Drumming School will be holding its first drumming educational workshop come next month aimed at educating some 35 drummers about the basic techniques of drumming, hand patterns, rhythms, the history and art of drumming of Guyana.
Balata craftsmen Nicodemus Joseph and George Tancredo are known for stealing the spotlight at any given exhibition and this year’s Lethem rodeo was no exception when they displayed some of the most artistic animals and cowboys ever seen which captured the attention of many.
Delisha Wright, one of the ten finalists for the Miss Guyana World pageant was recently assigned Region One (Barima/Waini) in keeping with the requirements of the pageant, and she plans on highlighting some of the region’s features as well tackling the issue of sexual abuse.
A Trinidadian born artiste has made it to the cover of the global digital music service Spotify for the release of the single “Take it up again” which was remixed/ produced by EDM producer/DJ Tommie Sunshine and also features Flush & Kahtana, two EDM producers.
Guyanese fashion designer Nelsion Andre Nurse is set to stage the fourth chapter of his fashion extravaganza ‘Reflections’ under the theme ‘The Journey’ come July 15 at the Theatre Guild, Parade Street.
Visitors and Guyanese can now access the 2016-2017 edition of Guyana Where and What, a pocket size guide book on Guyana which is said to be filled with an abundance of information on Guyana for visitors to guide them.
Singer/songwriter Roger ‘Roger B’ Bowen is making a name for himself throughout Guyana singing his own music as well as covers.
Hi Everyone, What’s Cooking is a series in which I answer questions and share advice about food and cooking that you may have but are too shy to ask.
The apparent natural path to follow that guarantees a fulfilled life for any woman, according to society’s standards, entails becoming a mother.
What do a former Guyanese orphanage resident, a lonely Aruban man, a Trinidadian soca singer, a Jamaican criminal and a Trinidadian toymaker have in common?
By Joanna Dhanraj Saturday May 27, saw the sashing of the Mr and Miss Guyana African Roots contestants at the Pegasus Hotel where 33 beauties and hunks gave short introduction of themselves and the African country they represent before being sashed.
When contemporary artist Naeema Bacchus’s passion and skill come together on a canvas, the result is illuminating and it draws collectors.
Hi Everyone, An acquaintance of mine, Damian, asked me, “Have you ever cooked cucumbers?
Ten beauties have been selected to vie for the Miss Guyana World crown and title in a pageant set to be staged at the Marriott Hotel on June 25.
Believe it or not but my wallet hasn’t made way for trends this summer neither have I participated in the spring cleaning ritual most fashionistas swear by.
Opened on May 31, the Timehri Film Festival (TFF) over the past few days has been showcasing a number of Guyanese and Caribbean films at various locations.