According to the online encyclopedia the United States (US) multibillion dollar Warner Music Group Corporation (WMG) is the third largest recorded music company in the US and the fourth largest in the world, with over half of company revenues stemming from operations outside of the US.  On January 13 WMG announced Janelle has joined the company as Chief Enterprise Transformation […]

Google credit Carol Christine Hilaria Pounder aka CCH Pounder is a Guyanese-American actress. She was born in Georgetown on December 25, 1952 to Ronald Urlington Pounder and Betsy Enid Arnella (née James). Now widowed, she was married to Boubacar Koné, who co-founded the Musee Boribana in Dakar, Senegal, Africa, and the Pounder-Kone Art Space in Los Angeles, USA. Reportedly when […]

On her website she describes herself as having a “real passion for cooking, especially traditional Caribbean recipes with deep roots!” Althea was born in Guyana and at age 18 migrated to the United States with her parents. Her love for Guyanese dishes and interest in giving others the same experience have influenced her decision to create the blog https://metemgee.com/ . […]

California Governor Gavin Newsom announced last month the appointment of 11 Superior Court judges, including two for the capital region who are people of color. Allison M. Williams, along with André K. Campbell, will take the bench in January as judges in Sacramento Superior Court. Williams, a mother of two, comes from the Sacramento Public Defender’s Office, where she served […]

She is credited by reputable United States media outlets as playing a significant role in helping Americans navigate the Donald Trump presidency by holding him and his administration accountable through her incisive reporting and analyses. The New York Times referred to her as the ‘heroine’ of the anti-Trump resistance. The Hollywood Reporter noted her “ability to break down complex issues […]

Golden Grove is one of the pioneering villages in Guyana’s Village Movement. In the immediate post Emancipation period former enslaved Africans bought many plantations on Guyana’s coastline and converted them to villages. It is a matter of historical record that on January 5, 1848, fifty men pooled their resources and subscribed $100.00 each and bought Plantation Williamsburg for the sum […]

Dr Myrtle Peterkin Herstory Myrtle Peterkin was born in Guyana and at one time was raised in the medical compound on the Ogle Estate, East Coast Demerara, with her mother who was the estate nurse-midwife. At age 10, having passed the Common Entrance Examination, she won a scholarship from Bookers to attend Bishop’s High School. At the end of high […]

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