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Archives for January 2012

NOTICE: George Town Tourism Awareness Public Meeting Tonight

The public is invited to join the Hon. Premier and Department of Tourism representatives at the George Town district Tourism Awareness public meeting tonight, January 31st from 7 until 9 PM at the South Sound Civic Centre.  Come out and be part of the discussion! Hear about tourism performance, promotions, the successes and the ‘Caymankind’ […]

George Town robbery

Police are investigating an armed robbery which occurred on Templewood St. ,George Town around 3:55 am Tuesday morning. The male victim on arrival at his residence began to unload his vehicle, when he was approached by two men one of which brandished  a handgun. The suspects made  off on foot with a sum of money […]

Man dies after East End car crash

Herman Byrd died at the weekend after losing control of his blue Mazda just outside East End, skidding off the road and into a bank of trees. A district police patrol discovered the Sea View Road scene at 10:24 on Friday night. Officers said the victim was apparently travellng west at high speed and lost […]

Masking movies

The symbol for Greek theatre was two masks — one joyful and the other sorrowful. It is still used today by a host of theatrical companies including our very own Cayman Drama Society. Back in those times, the actors had to wear huge masks that amplified their voices. The ancients were used to seeing characters […]

Number Search: January 31, 2012

Thousands flock for a Taste of Cayman

More than 5,000 local residents and tourists lined up across Camana Bay’s Paseo to get a Taste of Cayman, making the event one of Cayman Islands Tourism Associatio (CITA)’s biggest fundraisers ever. Each ticket, which cost between CI$35 and CI$45 depending on whether it was purchased in advance or at the gate, entitled entrants to […]

Be creative with your wedding photos

Have you ever wondered what it would be like to have your favourite wedding photo transformed into stunning photo art? By printing the image onto a hand-stretched canvas you can give an artistic, finished look to your most classic wedding photo. By featuring one of your wedding photos on the front of a custom note […]

Mud man rescued

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (AP) — A homeless man who was stuck in thick mud near the Rio Grande river in Albuquerque for three days was rescued Saturday after some high school students on a field trip heard him yelling for help, authorities said. However, the man’s newfound freedom wasn’t going to last. Police said he was […]


By: Paul Kennedy and Tad Stoner Bout of food poisoning at food festival The Tourism Association is working with health chiefs to investigate a bout of food poisoning that left more than a dozen people ill after the weekend’s Taste of Cayman festival. Fifteen people sought treatment after complaining of sickness following Saturday’s open-air event […]

iThought for January 31, 2012

Know that this is a communion with death. For you would be entering the midst of snares, and walking upon the arms of the grieving. Ecclesiasticus 9:20