Category Archives: Tourism / Entertainment

Central High School Alumni – Toronto – Dinner/Dance- September 27, 2014

Central High Fall Dance - Sep 27, 2014

Guyanese/International/Potluck Picnic – Mountain House CA – August 23, 2014

Guyanese Association of Northern California (GANC)

 Greetings, friends and countrymen/women!

The annual Guyanese/ International potluck/ picnic, sponsored by the Guyanese Association of Northern California (GANC), is coming up on

Saturday, August 23, 2014.

picnic - revised copy - sat 23 Aug

REGGAE’S CHANGING FACE – White Bands Rule Charts – Video


Canadian reggae fusion band ‘Magic’ has hit gold with their debut single “Rude” from their debut studio album ‘Don’t Kill the Magic.’


By News Americas Now Contributor

News Americas, NEW YORK, NY, Fri. July 18, 2014: Reggae, the musical genre first developed in Jamaica in the late 1960s, is back on the Hot 100 chart but the group singing the ‘irie’ vibe is hardly black or Jamaican.

Actually, the singers of the song that has jumped to #1 on the Hot 100, dislodging “Fancy” byIggy Azalea featuring Charli XCX, are White Canadians. That’s right. You read right!
Canadian reggae fusion band ‘Magic’ has hit gold with their debut single “Rude” from their debut studio album ‘Don’t Kill the Magic.’   Continue reading

United Nations Pageant seeks inner beauty to promote tourism, goodwill and cultural style.

Wednesday, July 16, 2014 Tangerine Clarke

United Nations Pageant seeks inner beauty to promote tourism, goodwill and cultural style.

Pageants typically focus on external beauty, glitz and glamour.  However, the United Nations Pageant hosted in Kingston, Jamaica seeks goodwill ambassadors.

The United Nations Pageant is an international event, dedicated to identifying and showcasing the best tourism and ambassadors of humanity. Contestants are scored on inner beauty or how they relate with others, and show support towards community service. Contestants from Africa, South America, India, the United States and the Caribbean converged from July 1st through the 6th, 2014. This was an opportunity for comradery, community service and cultural expression.

Leon Williams, the United Nations Pageant president, explained “Unknown to the contestants, we had judges socialize and mingle with them during the early days of the pageant.  The judges were revealed later on day three of the pageant and participated in activities with the contestants throughout the week. This provided opportunity to know each contestant personably. During this part of the process, a person can excel at the finals –but not get along with others; and this will hinder their chance to win. This opportunity offers more than a pageant title.  The winners become ambassadors who foster goodwill and help those less fortunate. Retrospectively, we also look at contributions each contestant has offered in their home community. Humanitarianism is a strong indicator of good character.
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Barbados Cropover: Naniki Caribbean Cuizine – August 3, 2014

Naniki Cropover event

“Rising Star” Contestant Lisa Punch saved by West Coast Vote + video

“Rising Star” Contestant Lisa Punch saved by West Coast Vote + video

Given the option to save one “Rising Star” contestant this week, the west coast voters opted to push Lisa Punch into the quarterfinals.

With a new phase of the “Rising Star” competition came a new mechanism by which the west coastviewership, despite not being able to watch and vote during the initial, live broadcast, could participate.

Of the six contestants involved in head-to-head “Duels” this week, three would be crowned winners and automatically promoted to the quarterfinal round based on the initial audience’s vote.  Continue reading

XGDF Association NY – Family Fun Day – August 10, 2014

XGDF Family Fun Day

GEO-NYC – Dynamic Airways grounded until August 8

Dynamic Airways has been grounded less than a month after the North Carolina-based charter service began its operations to the Republic of Guyana in partnership with Roraima Airways.

Gerry Gouveia, chief executive officer of Roraima Airways in a statement to the press said, “due to operational difficulties with securing time slots at JFK Airport for the month of July, the carrier is temporarily suspending its service to Georgetown until Aug. 8 of this year.  Continue reading

Ingrid Griffith’s ‘Demerara Gold’ at Dorothy S. Theatre in NYC


‘Demerara Gold’ at Dorothy S. Theatre

By Tangerine Clarke – Caribbean Life News.  NYC

Classically trained Guyanese born Ingrid Griffith, will bring her satirical act to the stage of the Dorothy Strelsin Theatre in New York City when she debuts her one-woman “Demerara Gold” on July 17, 18, and 19 at 6:00 p.m., 8:00 p.m. and 6:15 p.m., respectively.

Based on her true life story, Griffith’s South American upbringing will be traced from the age of seven as a Guyanese girl left in the care of her grandmothers, one she describes as a rigid recluse, and the other, a religious fanatic.   Continue reading

COPA’s inaugural flight arrives in Guyana

COPA’s inaugural flight arrives

JULY 12, 2014 | BY  | – promises punctual and hassle-free flights

COPA Airline, the flag carrier of Panama, officially made Guyana its 67th destination after it touched down at the Cheddi Jagan International Airport (CJIA), Timehri yesterday, starting a direct link between Panama and Georgetown, Guyana.

COPA started offering nonstop service, twice weekly between Guyana and COPA’s Hub of the Americas at Tocumen International Airport, Panama with connecting service throughout South Central and North America and the Caribbean.

Officials bearing the Guyana and Panama Flags as they disembark the inaugural flight of  COPA Airline

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