October 18, 2018

Belle de Jour’s history of anonymity

From BBC While we may not know their names, anonymous writers have long shaped our worldview, says Brooke Magnanti, who wrote as sex blogger Belle de Jour. How do we know who’s written the words we love to read? The obvious answer is by the name on the cover. But the tradition of anonymity subverts […]

BBC’s top memes and viral videos of 2012

By Dave Lee and Mark Ward BBC technology reporters If your new year’s resolution is to achieve worldwide fame and fortune – you would be wise to learn a thing or two from the stories below. In a year which saw a YouTube video break the one billion view mark for the very first time, […]

The 2013 CIASA: Splash, Dash & Dine with Olympians!

Splash, Dash & Dine with Olympians! January 10-13th 2013 CIASA, the national swim association, is offering an opportunity to meet, swim and dine with world class athletes, who are currently ‘in the game’. Cayman Swimming is making progress on many fronts, funds go to support our athletes + continue the development of the sport in […]

SSC Hosts Inter Squad Reds –v- Greens Meet

Santa was on deck as starter; elves were in the stands and Chrsitmas Spirit could be seen, heard and felt throughout the Lions Aquatic Centre…” Stingray Swim Club, Grand Cayman, 29 December 2012: Stingray Swim Club (SSC) members took getting ready for the upcoming Christmas holidays in stride and took part in a fun, inter […]

8 Great New Year’s Eve Cocktails

By Katie Waldeck from care2.com It’s time to ring in the New Year. Whether you’re hosting a fabulous fête for 150 of your closest friends, or curling up on the couch with loved ones to watch the ball drop, New Year’s Eve is a time for celebration. Unsure of what drinks to serve to ring in the New Year? […]

Urban Sketchers features Grand Cayman

The Urban Sketchers website (www.urbansketchers.org), a grassroots 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization dedicated to fostering the art of on-location drawing, has a lovely story posted on their website about the Blue Iguana and the sculpture at Rum Point. Enjoy: Holiday on Rum Point, Grand Cayman Having a daughter living and working on Grand Cayman has afforded us […]

Tell Argentina to Work Harder to Find Marita and End Sex Slavery

Target: Argentina Judicial System Sponsored by: Susan V Over a decade ago, Susana Trimarco’s daughter, Marita Veron, left for a doctor’s appointment in Tucuman, Argentina and never returned. Susana believes that Marita, 23, was kidnapped and forced into sex slavery. In her search for Marita, USA Today says Trimarco courageously went undercover and exposed a […]

After Christmas trivia questions – who are you Mr. Claus?

By Georgina Wilcox Just about everyone in the world knows that jolly toy-bearing Christmas figure from the North Pole, but how much do we really know about him? Here are a few quick trivia questions about our beloved Santa   Q: Where does the name Santa Claus come from? A: The name Santa Claus was […]

Jewelry after Christmas gifts that sparkle and shine

By Georgina Wilcox The joyous season of Christmas is steeped in tradition, and gift giving is one ritual that is inseparable from this holiday. Who hasn’t had difficulty at one time or another in choosing a suitable present for a beloved family member or a dear friend? Fortunately, jewelry Christmas gifts are widely available and […]

Expedition Diving with Peter Sotis – Grand Cayman April 6 – 11

Join Peter Sotis of Add Helium on some fantastic expedition diving to 400 feet on the sheer walls of Grand Cayman. It’s about deep dive planning, equipment configuration, bailouts from any depths, team planning for expedition style diving and decompression lectures to raise awareness and understanding. Plus enjoy some great food, diving and accommodations with […]