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. 

I keep it traditional

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.

Ego’s ‘Santa’ released on Facebook

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.

Eighteen-year-old cops ‘I’m A Big Deal’ crown

At minutes after 2 am this past Sunday (November 19), 18-year-old Farah Valentina Bates made history when she clinched the title of the inaugural ‘I’m A Big Deal’, Miss Berbice Pageant in a stiff competition against 11 other beauties.

Aspiring doctor crowned Miss World

Medical student, Kuchipudi dancer, poet and sports enthusiast Manushi Chhillar was last Saturday crowned the new Miss World.

Rules for surviving Christmas

It’s hard to believe that almost an entire year is about to end and it is that time again to turn our lives upside down to supposedly be merry for the most anticipated holiday of the year, Christmas.

The best of ‘Nothing to Laugh About’ for Giftland Mall

Come tomorrow night at the Giftland Mall patrons would be treated to the ‘Best of Nothing to Laugh About’ which would comprise some of the best skits that show did over the last ten years since it entered the entertainment industry.

Comedy/thriller on screen at Indian Cultural Centre

The Indian Cultural Centre this afternoon will be have on screen the 2012 comedy/thriller Son of Sardar at its Bel Air location and members of the public are invited to the free screening.

Traits’ Strut II offered impressive fashion fusion

Traits Model Management began November with an impressive fashion fusion on two Wednesday nights ago – Strut II – at the Marriott Hotel, showcasing designs from some of Guyana’s finest as well as others from Canada, New York and Grenada.

Donna Ramsammy-James launches 20th collection

Photographs by Amanda Richards Guyanese designer Donna Ramsammy-James launched her ‘My Heart Beats in Africa’ collection on Sunday last at the Herdmanston Lodge.

The mini-me consumer

Children are the latest fashion accessory for millennial parents. A bit of lurking on Instagram’s explore page is bound to turn up the pages of popular accounts like Landon Lee’s or Asahd Khaled’s (son of DJ Khaled), in which you will see them in the latest children’s wear.

‘Fire Feed’ for Skeldon Village Day

Singer/Sonwriter/Composer, Shumba ‘Fire Feed’ Blair just two weeks ago released his three singles; ‘Bama Track’, ‘Promise’ and ‘Gain Knowledge’.

Thursday Night Live for Dutch Bottle Café

Arts, entertainment and food lovers can now be afforded the opportunity to have it all under one roof every Thursday night as entertainment and lifestyle e-magazine Maglyfe and Chez John Bistro introduce Thursday Night Live (TNL) at the Dutch Bottle Café on North Road.

African Roots pageant winners receive prizes

The contenders and contestants of the Mr and Miss Guyana African Roots 2017 pageant were awarded their prizes and certificates of participation in front of a small gathering at the African Museum of Heritage recently.

Power and sex

As news outlets became embroiled during the course of last week with the revelations of American film producer and co-founder of Miramax Harvey Weinstein’s sexual assault and rape accusations, the hashtag #metoo surfaced on Facebook and Twitter with women around the world sharing their own individual stories of sexual assault and harassment.