Samantha Cross is a new up and coming triple threat singer/songwriter and dancer who goes by the name SCross. She was born in Linden at Mackenzie Hospital, but now lives in Canada.
Growing up Samantha always knew that she wanted to be an entertainer. She started singing at the age of 8 and performed her [...]
Guyanese Girls Rock founder, Cloyette Harris-Stoute, was one of 10 women who were recently honored at the 2014 Guyana Cultural Association Folk Festival Award Ceremony in Brooklyn, New York. Cloyette, who was recognized for her outstanding contributions to contemporary media, was presented with her Award by GCA committee [...]
Victoria Marianna Gunraj is the owner of Miami-based Caribbean clothing line and T-shirt Company “DeportedTEES.” Born in Miami, Florida on December 17th, 1989, Victoria’s parents hail from the villages of Wales and Vreed-en-Hoop in West Demerara, Guyana.
A graduate of the University of Florida, this 24- year-old business woman earned a B.S. Degree in [...]
The Port of Spain-based Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ) has a new registrar and marshal. Guyanese national Jacqueline Graham, who took up the post from July 1, 2014, is an attorney with an MBA in Finance (University of Manchester, UK), an undergraduate degree in Management Studies (University of Guyana) and is a graduate of the Hugh [...]
Congratulations to Miss Nicolin Roberts on scoring Grade I (with Distinction) on her Math CXC Examination! Nicolin is 4th former at Central High School in Georgetown, Guyana, but sat for the exams at the 5th form level, earning all A’s in Knowledge, Comprehension and Reasoning. BRAVO Nicolin – You Rock!
With 19 Grade One passes and a Grade Two, Queen’s College student Elisa Hamilton, an aspiring doctor, is the country’s unofficial top performer at this year’s Caribbean Secondary Education Certificate (CSEC) examinations.
Speaking to Stabroek News from Texas, in the United States, an excited Hamilton, 16, related that she was over the moon when she [...]
IT was no surprise recently when the dazzling Onesha Hutson outclassed a field of other talented competitors to whisk away the coveted Miss Guyana Global International 2014 crown.
In a ‘chit-chat’ with Entertainment Bombshell, the bubbly lass related that while she was not intimidated by her competition, she however had to bring her ‘A’ game [...]
I joined Rotary because I wanted to give back in a more structured manner and the idea that I could do so together with other professionals appealed to me.
From the 25 of us who first joined Demerara, 21 years ago, I only knew one of the other members well. Since then there has probably [...]
Sixteen year old swimmer Onika George, was Guyana’s only swimmer at the 2014 Commonwealth Games last month in Glasgow, Scotland. She finished 4th in the Women’s 50m Freestyle – Heat 2 and 5th in the Women’s 100m Freestyle. What’s commendable about Onika is her determination to inspire her fellow Guyanese to take up swimming