July 23, 2018

The Caribbean celebrates the Fire Festival in Santiago de Cuba

From teleSUR The festival celebrates the unity of the Caribbean peoples, their origins and history. The Fire Festival is going on in Santiago de Cuba, considered “the most Caribbean city” in the island, aimed to celebrate the Caribbean people, its culture and history, and to exchange ideas and experiences. The festival is taking place between […]

Lana Turner’s gangster boyfriend pulled a gun on Sean Connery. It didn’t end well

By Goran Blazeski From Vintage News The year is 1957, and the place is London. Co-stars Lana Turner and Sean Connery are filming Another Time, Another Place, and everything seems to be going as planned … until Turner’s gangster boyfriend shows up uninvited on the set. Wise guys don’t need an invitation to cause trouble, and Turner’s boyfriend, Johnny […]

iNews Briefs & Community Events

  NOTE: See also Community Events listed in DATE ORDER below articles and notices Cayman Islands Andy’s Auto Inspections on hold The Department of Vehicle and Drivers Licensing (DVDL) would like to inform the public that Andy’s Auto will not be conducting vehicle inspections from 11 July – 17 August, as the certified inspector will […]

Cayman Islands National Museum events

    Purchase your Mango Season T-shirts! Mango Season is finally here! Stop by our National Museum Gift Shop to purchase a Mango Season t-shirt with lots ah room fa mango stains. Looky Ya! Mango Season at the Museum takes place on Saturday, 14th July from 10am to 2pm. Museum and Chamber Members receive a […]

Netflix might be on the verge of launching its most expensive plan ever

By Chris Smith From BGR Whenever Netflix raises the price of its subscription plans — and this happens every few years — we keep hearing about disgruntled users ready to leave the service because of the price increase. Yet Netflix remains incredibly affordable around the world, especially considering the ever-growing size of its original content […]

Tips on home exterior painting

From All County Exteriors If you are needing a simple yet noticeable makeover for your home exterior, painting it a new color is the key. Moreover, a good exterior painting job will extend the life of your siding and trim and increase the value of your house. Here are some tips on how to make […]

Jamaican-American Actress Sheryl Lee Ralph inducted Into Wall of Fame


From Jamaica Observer WASHINGTON,  CMC – The Washington-based Institute of Caribbean Studies (ICS) has inducted Jamaican-American actress Sheryl Lee Ralph into its “Wall of Fame” in commemoration of National Caribbean American Heritage Month celebrations. Ralph was born in Waterbury, Connecticut, the daughter of Ivy, a Jamaican fashion designer, and Stanley Ralph, a college professor. Ralph […]

Stamps for graphic design

10 awesome examples of stamps used for graphic design By Mirko Humbert From Designer Daily Thinking of using stamps in one of your upcoming design projects? This may be a good idea, especially if you use the stamps as well as these following examples. 1. CD packaging for Geir Strandenæs Larsen A seal imagined by […]

British Council accused of censorship over Bahamas exhibition

By Ben Quinn From The Guardian UK Council removed its logo from the show’s catalogue, saying its material was too political The cultural diplomacy arm of the Foreign Office has become embroiled in controversy in the Bahamas where it has been accused of censorship and causing further damage to relations already strained by the Windrush […]

Yosemite Valley

Added Drama By Paul McGowan From PS Audio Yosemite’s Wawona tunnel is 1.3 miles long and cut from solid granite. It is the longest highway tunnel in California. At its east end, travelers are treated to one of the most iconic views of Yosemite National Park. From here you can see El Capitan and Bridalveil […]