April 24, 2018

NY Times bans ‘Killing the Deep State’ from Bestseller List

From Newsmax Jerome Corsi’s red-hot new book “Killing the Deep State: The Fight to Save President Trump” is a runaway bestseller — but you’d never know that from reading The New York Times. “Killing the Deep State” debuted last week at No. 10 on the non-fiction hardcover list compiled by Nielsen BookScan, the book industry’s […]

Nigel Barker on planning family trips and taking better vacation photos [after Cayman Islands trip]

By Charles Thorp From Men’s Journal Nigel Barker may be famous for shooting models for magazine spreads, but his personal favorite subjects to photograph are his family on one of their many adventures together. Recently the crew returned from a weeklong excursion to the Grand Cayman, spending time with the native wildlife and eating the […]

World Poetry Day 21 March

From United Nations Poetry reaffirms our common humanity by revealing to us that individuals, everywhere in the world, share the same questions and feelings. Poetry is the mainstay of oral tradition and, over centuries, can communicate the innermost values of diverse cultures. In celebrating World Poetry Day, March 21, UNESCO recognizes the unique ability of poetry to […]

Cannabis Wire launches new publication on blockchain-based journalism Platform Civil

From WN Cannabis Wire, a new trade publication dedicated to covering the growing marijuana industry is launching a newsroom using the blockchain-based journalism platform, Civil, according to CoinDesk. The announcement published on the blockchain-based site described how Cannabis Wire’s newsroom will cover different type of content that will cater to both individual consumers and organizations […]

Cayman Islands: LIFE breaks last year’s book donation record

Sir John A. Cumber Primary School (SJACPS) recently accepted a donation from Literacy is for Everyone (LIFE) of over 4300 reading books, which exceeds last year’s largest recorded gift of reading materials, 3500. The contribution was organised by the literacy-focused charity and the books were collected from various private firms and schools island-wide. The majority […]

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 […]

iNews Briefs & Community Events

Hulu losses deepen as content investments rise By: Jason Aycock, From SA Amid heavy investments on original content, Hulu lost $920M last year, according to a Comcast 10-K. The service — co-owned by Comcast (CMCSA -3.2%), Disney (DIS -1.8%), Fox (FOX -2.1%, FOXA -2%) and Time Warner (TWX -1.5%) — had lost $531M the year […]

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Cayman Islands: Man attacked by dogs in Bodden Town, 31 January From RCIPS Shortly after 4:00PM on Wednesday, 31 January, officers were dispatched to Crysdel Road, Bodden Town, where a man was reported to have been attacked by two dogs. The man, who had been walking home at the time, received bites to both his […]

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Cayman Islands: Teenager absconds from school, RCIPS requests public assistance in locating her – STILL MISSING Despite further attempts by officers to locate and return Hayleigh Sciamonte to her home, she has not returned. Police are continuing to request the public’s assistance in locating her. If she is sighted please call any local police station. […]

Eric Douglas: Don’t be lonely just because it’s winter

By Eric Douglas From Metro Kanawha I just finished reading the book “The Healthy Writer” by Joanna Penn and Euan Lawson. It’s not about writing, but being healthy in a life that involves a lot of sitting and sedentary behavior. While it is specifically aimed at writers, it really applies to all of us. We […]