March 22, 2019

Invitation to launch & public consultation of OECS development strategy

OECS Media Alert: ‘Its Your Future – Its Your Say’ Public Consultation on the OECS Development Strategy Thursday, March 21, 2019 — The OECS Commission in conjunction with its extensive stakeholders over a period of two years has developed a leading Development Strategy for Member Nations of the OECS to tap into the immense economic opportunities […]

David Horowitz warns ‘Dark Agenda’ against Christians

From Newsmax A Jew and famed author is warning Christians are in danger. He says they are targeted by secular leftists. They want to destroy Christianity in America. Persecution against Christians is already happening. It can get far worse. David Horowitz exposes the truth in his new bestseller . . . “Dark Agenda: The War to […]

Caribbean empties with Venezuelan supply choked

By Geoffrey Craig From URSpace One consequence of Venezuela’s collapse has been the drawdown in crude inventories across the Caribbean. Storage tanks began to drain more than a year ago and haven’t stopped. The imposition of US sanctions against Venezuela’s state-owned oil company PDVSA in late January has only accelerated the declines. Certain locations, like […]

Caymanian author pens book promoting Alzheimer awareness, Sarma

From South Florida Caribbean News CAYMAN ISLANDS – In November 2018, Sarma was officially released to the public and online market, written by Joshua J. Dilbert, a Caymanian author based in the Cayman Islands. This is Mr. Dilbert’s second book, the first one entitled ‘The Mordenham Acres’ and written under pen name Brad Tarlem. This latest book has given him […]

The Cayman Book website has launched

Tuesday, March 12 (Grand Cayman) The Cayman Book website has now launched, offering a user-friendly online tool for those looking to enjoy an upscale experience in the Cayman Islands. Designed and developed by the cast of creatives at Pink Duck Publishing, the website – – is designed to highlight the very best of the […]

Embassy of Jamaica in Washington, DC to host ‘Diaspora Connection’

Book launch of former Prime Minister of Jamaica, Hon. P. J. Patterson by Derrick Scott From South Florida Caribbean News WASHINGTON, DC – The Embassy of Jamaica will host a Jamaica Diaspora Connection event on March 13 that will feature the Washington, DC, launching of former Prime Minister P. J.  Patterson’s book and the staging of […]

The Editor speaks: Idols

Do you worship an idol or more than one? Of course not you will most likely say, but it all depends what you believe an idol is. I was given a book to read authored by Timothy Keller titled “Counterfeit Gods” and I have only just got past the “Introduction” pages but it certainly has […]

Cayman Islands Annual Storyboard Competition has record attendance

A record crowd of about 200 turned out this past weekend at the George Town Public Library to see the creativity of some of Cayman’s young readers at the annual Storyboard Competition where 55 storyboards were displayed by 85 students from six of Cayman’s public and private schools.  An initiative spearheaded by the Cayman Islands […]

5 Caribbean mother tongues that developed from West African languages

By Elizabeth Ofosuah Johnson from Face2Face Africa Africa and the Caribbean share a strong bond through history that has affected both lands. Today, close to 70% of people from the Caribbean trace their roots to Africa with the majority closely linked to West Africa, some parts of Central Africa and a smaller percentage from East […]

5 children’s books that celebrate the spirit of Black History Month

By Rochaun Meadows-Fernandez Welcome to  Small Humans, an ongoing series at Mashable that looks at how to take care of – and deal with – the kids in your life. Because Dr. Spock is nice and all, but it’s 2019 and we have the entire internet to contend with. Black History Month is often misunderstood as […]