Monthly Archives: August 2013

REPORTS about the rapid deterioration of two Amerindian languages has resulted in President of The Amerindian Action Movement of Guyana (TAAMOG) Mr Peter Persaud,...

EDUCATION Minister Priya Manickchand sent out a stern warning to women on her Facebook page a few weeks ago, to wit: “Get over your...

BY now, most people even casually keeping an eye on health trends have heard of apple cider vinegar (ACV). After all, by now it...

HAVING already made a dent on the art world, Guyanese-born filmmaker Mason Richards also piqued the curiosity of local patrons of the arts: there...

Barbershops had a Golden Age” circa the 1880s(?) to the 1940s(?). During this time, barbershops rivalled bars in popularity, and visiting the barbershop was...

THERE was a time when the most admired quality of a female screen star was based on how dynamic, witty, glamorous and fashionable she...

To get a clearer picture of the tales it is useful to have an understanding of Makonaima family tree. Who was Makonaima?...

IN 1961, the Federal Supreme Court set aside a High Court judgement on the ground that an immovable property (land) was levied upon by...

(A look at some of the stories that made the news ‘back-in-the-day’, with Clifford Stanley) ‘BREAK MAN’ NABBED BY POLICE DOGS(Guyana Graphic July 31,...

THE tiny holes that sometimes appear on the vegetables we purchase may seem insignificant to some people, like an unsuspecting customer who purchased potatoes...