The first time seasoned playwright Uncle Ebo Whyte mentioned the title of his latest play, he raised eyebrows, and a lot of whispering started. Because this time around, the title was quite suggestive and it came with a tag line: 'Adults Only'.
The question on everyone's mind was; what at all is Un
It was an atmosphere dominated by rolls and rolls of colourful fabric, broad smiles and warm comments about women when this year's Vlisco Women's Month campaign was launched last Thursday night in the Vlisco shop at the Accra Mall.
The campaign is a platform by the well-known fabric manufacturing o
Gospel musician, Ohemaa Mercy will on Saturday, March 8, officially launch her latest record album titled, His Word, at the Trinity Baptist Church is opposite the University of Professional Studies (UPS) in Legon.
According to organisers, the show which starts at 4:00 pm, will be a time of "spiritu
Zimbabwean Jazz sensation, Dudu Manhenga, is currently in Ghana ahead of a two day musical concert to be held in Kumasi on March 6, 2014 at the Golden Tulip Hotel in Kumasi.
The event powered by KNUST, KMA, Premiere Productions, Global Media Alliance and One Nation Entertainment is being organised
Simon Cowell has admitted he was worried he might like his dogs more than his son before baby Eric was born.In an interview with his ex-girlfriend Terri Seymour, the X Factor creator said he was "born to be a dad" and would consider having more children.
Chelsea striker Samuel Eto'o made fun of manager Jose Mourinho's doubts about his age with an 'old man' celebration after scoring against Tottenham Hotspur on Saturday. Mourinho sparked controversy last month when footage of him suggesting that Eto'o may be older than he claims -- 32 -- was broadcast by a French television channel.
The Gunners booked their place in the semi-finals of the FA Cup at Wembley as goals from Mesut Ozil, Mikel Arteta and Olivier Giroud saw off Everton at Emirates Stadium
LONDON — Arsenal's limited experience of the new Wembley has been anything but pleasurable. Yet the nature of a rousing second-half performance that swept aside Everton aside suggests its next visit may well end in a more pleasing outcome.
Just when it seemed that England supporters, let alone the players, might need the professional services of the sports psychiatrist Dr Steve Peters, Daniel Sturridge gave them something positive to think about. After initially being wasted out wide by Roy Hodgson, Sturridge eventually moved inside, showing his finishing abilities that have spiced his Liverpool season nine minutes from time. Sturridge's 23rd goal in 28 appearances for club and country this season
In this day and age, many of us are juggling demanding jobs and domestic responsibilities, suffering from a great deal of stress, and pulling late nights. Heck, we might as well have a USB jack in our wrists for all the time we spend plugged in to our Apple products. It's no wonder-and no shock to hear-that most of us aren't getting the proper amount of beauty sleep.
These words will bring wandering minds right back to you. "I'm really proud of you." A man wants to make you proud, says Jason Weberman, a dating and relationship coach and founder of North Star Coaching. But he won't necessarily come straight out and say how psyched he is about his accomplishments. That's where you come in,
Cristiano Ronaldo's shadow still hangs over Ghana's World Cup campaign in Brazil after Portugal's poster boy produced a brilliant performance to rip apart a hapless Cameroun side 5-1 in an international friendly match. That same evening, the Black Stars were handed a real test with a 1-0 loss to Montenegro in a pre-World Cup warm-up match in Podgorica.
Montenegro recorded a famous 1-0 win over World Cup finalist Ghana in an international friendly match played in Podgorica on Wednesday night.
An early penalty converted captain Branko Boskovic was all that the home side needed to record the important win at the City Stadium, in the match the Black Stars are using to prepare for the World Cup in June.