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Archives for May 13, 2019

Cayman Islands: Bounce magazine is now out

(George Town, Grand Cayman) Bounce, Cayman’s first lifestyle magazine dedicated to helping readers live their best life is now out. Packed with more than 100 pages of engaging and lively content Bounce raises the bar for magazines in Cayman which are specifically tailored towards the island’s residents. Printed perfect bound on high-quality paper Bounce’s editorial categories cover beauty, fitness, […]

British Airways launches huge sale including flights to Mexico, California and Caribbean [Cayman Islands on list]

From Bristol Live But you’ll have to be quick to grab a bargain t’s a miserable grey day in Bristol, so it’s easy to dream of sandy white beaches and cocktails by the pool. Well if you’re looking to book a trip, you may be able to get a bargain as British Airways has launched […]

Sir Ronald Sanders: Belize – The people have spoken, politicians should respect them

BY: SIR RONALD SANDERS From Barbados Advocate As territorial claims go, Guatemala’s claim to all – every square inch – of Belize is, perhaps, the most outrageous. The only thing that is more outrageous than the scale of the claim is the argument on which it is based. In this context, it would have been right […]

Franklin Graham: Booker obviously doesn’t know Power of Prayer

By Theodore Bunker From Newsmax Franklin Graham, the president of Samaritan’s Purse, has criticized Sen. Cory Booker, D-N.J., for dismissing the phrase “thoughts and prayers” when used in response to gun violence. Booker said in an interview with CNN last week that mass shootings are “a uniquely American problem,” and said offering “thoughts and prayers” after a shooting […]

Grenada to debut culinary team at Taste of the Caribbean competition

From South Florida Caribbean News The seven-member Grenada culinary team will bring the flavor from the Spice of the Caribbean to the annual competition taking place in Miami this June ST. GEORGE’S, Grenada – Amidst cheers  in a room filled with budding chefs and bartenders, the Grenada Hotel & Tourism Association (GHTA) announced the team of culinary experts selected […]

Trump: Farmers to get $15B amid China trade war

From Newsmax President Donald Trump said on Monday that his administration was planning to provide about $15 billion in aid to help U.S. farmers whose products may be targeted with tariffs by China amid a deepening trade war. “We’re going to take the highest year, the biggest purchase that China has ever made with our […]

Recipe of the week

Ham and Cheese Casserole By RECIPES 4 LIVING From Yummly 9 Ingredients 30 Minutes 720 Calories Ingredients US|METRICSERVINGS:  1 pound penne pasta 2 tablespoons olive oil 3 shallots (thinly sliced) 1 onion (small, thinly chopped) 2 cups diced ham 8 ounces provolone cheese (sliced) 1/4 cup grated parmesan cheese (freshly) 1 cup shredded cheddar cheese 1 jar Alfredo sauce Nutrition 720 Calories SODIUM 63% DV 1510mg FAT 46% DV 30g PROTEIN 80% DV 41g CARBS 24% DV 72g […]

Statement by St. Kitts & Nevis Prime Minister Dr. the Hon. Timothy Harris on the occasion of Mother’s Day Sunday, May 12th, 2019

My Fellow Citizens and Residents, Every year on Mother’s Day, messages of love and gratitude from near and far permeate our homes, churches and airwaves, expressing the beautiful sentiments that Jimmy Cliff sings about to describe the way he feels about hisDear Mother.  She’s my Mother and I love her so, more than any other, anywhere […]

Four OECS businesses top Caribbean Tech Entrepreneurship Programme

Cory Zufelt, Linda Dias, Kenna Questelles George and Chaneil Imhoff excel at regional competition. Four young OECS entrepreneurs have placed in the top three of the Caribbean Tech Entrepreneurship Programme (CTEP), an initiative designed to help address unemployment in the Caribbean by leveraging opportunities in the Virtual Economy. CTEP provides regionally relevant capacity-building workshops and critical mentorship […]

Hollywood’s role in spreading the Spanish black legend

By Vicente G. Olaya From EL PAIS When he reached the top of the hill, future US president Theodore Roosevelt “shot at the retreating Spaniards, watched one drop to the ground, and though unsure whether it was he who had killed him, boasted, ‘I killed a Spaniard like a rabbit with my own hands’,” Never […]