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Archives for November 9, 2011


Cutler rallies Bears past Eagles 30-24

PHILADELPHIA (AP) — Matt Forte was standing on the sideline after losing two fumbles and Chicago faced a fourth-quarter deficit. No problem for Jay Cutler and these resilient Bears. Cutler threw a go-ahead 5-yard TD pass to Earl Bennett, Forte ran for 133 yards and the Bears rallied to beat the Philadelphia Eagles 30-24 on […]

Sunset Ladies sitting pretty at the top

Women’s football in the Cayman Islands is on the up, the level of play in the domestic league is definitely moving in the right direction and the Cayman Islands Women’s National Programme is becoming a force to be reckoned with in the Caribbean. This Saturday saw two very entertaining match ups as Future took on […]

Ali says he’ll remember Frazier with respect

There was a time when Muhammad Ali taunted Joe Frazier relentlessly, called him ugly and challenged his manhood. After his old rival died Monday night, Ali had nothing but kind words for Smokin’ Joe. “The world has lost a great champion. I will always remember Joe with respect and admiration,” Ali said in a short […]

Cayman Rugby readies for early season!

As the local Rugby 7’s season draws to a close the Cayman Rugby Union is gearing up for it’s premier XV’s season. Over every weekend in the Maples 7’s series ticked away and although the final weekend was postponed due to the pitch being unplayable as a result of the recent torrential downpours the Maples […]

Guilty verdict for Jackson doctor ends latest saga

LOS ANGELES (AP) — The single word, “Guilty,” brought a muffled shriek in the gallery of the packed courtroom and tears from Michael Jackson’s family, but no reaction from the doctor convicted of supplying the King of Pop with the drug he craved for sleep. With the snap of handcuffs, another chapter in the bizarre […]

Dishin’ with Dody: Old Friendships and New Recipes

Recently, I told you how I met and why I married my husband.  There is another very important piece to that puzzle…Mike’s friends Bette and Doug.  They have been long-time acquaintances with close to thirty five years of friendship.  When a career has you frequently moving, oftentimes you are separated from your family.  That is […]

Transsexual makes debut in new Polish parliament

WARSAW, Poland (AP) — A transsexual woman and an openly gay man took seats in Poland’s newly elected parliament Tuesday, historic firsts that reflect profound social change in this traditionally Roman Catholic country. Anna Grodzka, who was born a man but underwent a sex change operation, entered the assembly hall wearing a burgundy skirt and […]

Leonardo da Vinci the star of major London show

LONDON (AP) — Leonardo da Vinci is a Renaissance rock star. A-list levels of hype and anticipation are surrounding a new exhibition of the artist’s work at London’s National Gallery. “Leonardo: Painter at the Court of Milan” focuses on da Vinci’s formative years as a court painter in the 1480s and 1490s. The gallery spent […]

Woman accuses Cain of bold sexual advance

NEW YORK (AP) — Leaving little to the imagination, a Chicago-area woman on Monday accused Republican presidential hopeful Herman Cain of making a crude sexual advance more than a decade ago when she was seeking his help finding a job. “Come clean,” Sharon Bialek challenged Cain at a news conference in New York at which […]