March 24, 2018

Custom oceanic map

Pangea’s custom oceanic maps combine bathymetric data with design BY EMILY ENGLE From Core77 Some Friday afternoon eye candy! A couple of years ago, we covered Lake Art, a family-run business that uses a laser cutter/engraver to create decorative objects inspired by local lakes, rivers and oceans. Recently brought to our attention is Pangea, a […]

Cayman Islands National Gallery’s Photography Exhibition celebrates the ocean

The National Gallery of the Cayman Islands’ (NGCI) latest exhibition will feature a collection of images by celebrated musician and author D. Randall Blythe titled, From Whence We Came. Drawing upon the John F. Kennedy quotation “We are tied to the ocean. And when we go back to the sea, whether it is to sail […]

Cayman Islands Alex Panton Foundation receives enormous community support at launch events

Hundreds came out to support the launch of the Alex Panton Foundation 2 recent events, the ‘Hidden’ short-film movie premiere and a Youth Mental Health symposium. “We are so incredibly grateful for the support that the community has shown,” Alex Panton Foundation chairman, Jane Panton, said. “It proves that the rest of Cayman also feels […]

Oscars 2018: The complete list of winners (and losers) from the Academy Awards

By Zach Epstein From BGR The 90th annual Academy Awards show took place last night, and there were definitely some exciting twists that most people did not see coming. In fact, some of the winners of the 2018 Oscars’ most coveted awards didn’t even see it coming. Among the many, many, many awards shows that […]

Oscars: Ryan Seacrest avoids #MeToo mentions, lands fewer A-listers on red carpete

By Debra Birnbaum Variety From Yahoo News “Welcome to the historic Oscars…. It promises to be a very special evening.” With that announcement, Ryan Seacrest, clad in a navy-and-black tuxedo, kicked off E!’s red carpet coverage of the Academy Awards, despite the sexual misconduct allegations that have been levied against him. At the top of […]


By Paul McGowan From PS Audio Podcast is a linguistic blend of two words: iPod and broadcast. It was first coined by British technologist Ben Hammersley and it’s since become somewhat of a household name in the same way tissues became Kleenex. I have found myself rather addicted to these informative and entertaining means of […]

Beyond The Frame | The Shinto Bride

Meiji Shrine | X-Pro2 From The Travel Photographer t’s a real shame that the traditional Shinto wedding ceremonies in Japan have dropped in popularity in the recent years, and that these only represent 20% of all weddings in the country, dropping from 70%. The drop may have to do with Japan’s modernization, but it may also […]

The Global Futures Lab – A Search for Alternative Futures, by Paolo Cardini

BY BRUCE AND STEPHANIE THARP From Core77 Rhode Island School of Design (RISD), with the support of the Museo Nazionale delle Arti del XXI Secolo (MAXXI), is hosting a unique international symposium entitled Global Futures at MAXXI in Rome, Italy on March 2, 2018. If you are in the area, please come by for any […]

Cayman Drama Society to present Barefoot in the Park

Set in the midtown Manhattan in the late 1960s, Neil Simon’s Barefoot In The Park revolves around newlyweds Corie and Paul Bratter who are moving in together for the first time. The comedy begins on the first day in their first, and somewhat small, apartment. They are madly in love but not ready for what […]

Caribbean heritage from the simplicity of clay

From Jamaica Gleaner I first met Patricia “Tricia” Fay on one of her trips to Jamaica. She was travelling with a potter from Saint Lucia, where Fay had lived for two years. Fay, a professional potter in Massachusetts, in 1993, she had a graduate degree in ceramics, her own studio, and an established business “making high-end […]