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· October, 2006

Stories about Guyana from October, 2006

Guyana: Celebrity culture

When Guyana finally develops a celebrity culture, who will qualify? wonders MediaCritic, offering some suggestions as to who might occupy the A-, B- and C-lists.

Guyana: The generator did it

Guyana-Gyal is “reduced to the lowest common denominator” by a noisy generator.

Guyana: A tale of Eid and ice

Guyana-Gyal tells a story involving and Eid-Ul-Fitr dinner, a lost cell phone and a bag of party ice.

Guyana: Reality Shows

Providence Stadium puts forward a few ideas for Guyanese reality shows.

Guyana: Walk along the sea

Guyana-Gyal walks down to the sea — “just to see what I could see” — and has an encounter with Guyanese music star Eddie Grant that makes her ponder the...

Guyana: Mondegreen Queen

Guyana-Gyal's cousin Analis is the “master of mondegreens.”

Guyana: Invasion of the four-leaf clovers

Contrary to popular belief, in Guyana-Gyal's garden, four-leaf clovers aren't so rare. . . .

Guyana-Gyal: Yin and Yang

After reading another newspaper editorial fraught with pessimism, Guyana-Gyal wishes there were more people like her friend, who “understand that along with tears is laughs; with the dark, light; problems,...

Guyana: Skin deep?

Guyana Providence Stadium's field reporter waxes cynical about the cosmetic enhancements being made to Guyana's capital city ahead of the 2007 Cricket World Cup: “In Guyana these days as soon...

Guyana: Plantains

Guyana-Gyal writes an ode to plantains: “Roast it green, mash it up, season it up with salt and black peppa and chopped onions. Blend it ripe with nuts and milk....

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