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Shopping for Greens in Guyana

Shopping for Greens in Guyana

We all have that one day or days during the week when we make a conscious decision to cook “greens” a term which most Guyanese would know signifies either cabbage, calaloo, bora, or pumpkin. The term “greens” has evolved over the years, from green-leafy vegetables to what

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Indigenous Heritage Month

Indigenous Heritage Month

As the nation’s Indigenous people celebrate their rich heritage this month, people from all parts of Guyana have reached out to celebrate the culture and history of the Amerindians here. Guyana is home to nine Amerindian tribes with the three main tribes being the Caribs, the Arawaks

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VG’s visit to Lethem

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Emancipation in Guyana

Emancipation in Guyana

Emancipation in Guyana July 31, 2016 Colourful African prints, unique designs in all styles and head-wraps which leaves a lasting impression on the mind of the art in one’s thoughts.Add the unique African music, traditional folklore, foods from the motherland which tingle the tastebuds and the celebratory

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Emancipation celebrations in Guyana

Emancipation celebrations in Guyana

  Emancipation Celebrations in Guyana Fan Wilbert Denny  shared his Emancipation celebration experience with us. Emancipation celebrations in Guyana in my opinion is definitely the best in the Caribbean. We have a very deep, comprehensive and meaningful form of celebration which is unmatched by any other Caribbean territory. From

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African Head Wrapping

African Head Wrapping

During Emancipation Celebrations in Guyana in August, beautiful head wraps form part of the dress of many; but did you know? African head wraps have served as a head cover since the Early 1700s. It is interesting to note that the African head wrap (also known as

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Guyana’s Greats – Past and Present

Guyana’s Greats – Past and Present

Guyana’s Greats – Past and Present As in the rest of the Caribbean, Guyanese cricket is a national passion. Guyana has contributed more than its fair share of excellent players in the West Indies side, including seven captains, one of whom, Clive Lloyd, holds the record as

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25 school Days Snacks

25 school Days Snacks

School Days Snacks  Flashback to school daze snacks. One of life’s greatest pleasures was heading to the tuck shop during break or lunch or after school with my two bob in hand to sample one of the following favs. Do you have a personal favorite childhood treat?

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Undiscovered Guyana

Undiscovered Guyana

Location & History Guyana an Amerindian word meaning “Land of Many Waters” is the land of my birth. Approximately 83,000 square miles, Guyana is located on the North Eastern coast of South America. It is bordered by the Atlantic Ocean to the north, Brazil to the south and southwest,

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12 Childhood Games All Guyanese Kids Use To Play

12 Childhood Games All Guyanese Kids Use To Play

One thing people always talk about when reflecting on growing up in Guyana is how much fun they had as kids. Back in the day before mobile phones and Ipads our toys were the outside and our imagination, so needless to say that translated into endless hours

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