December 14, 2017

Barbados to host this year’s Caribbean Festival of Arts: CARIFESTA XIII

From Incentive Travel UK The beautiful island of Barbados will host the 13th Edition of the Caribbean Festival of Arts, CARIFESTA taking place from 17 – 27 August 2017.  This international multicultural event is a gathering of over 23 Caribbean and Latin America nations showcasing a wide array of disciplines including film; folk traditions, several […]

Tech nostalgia

When tech nostalgia goes too far By Edgar Alvarez From engadget Just because you can doesn’t mean you should. Nintendo had a bonafide smash on its hands with the NES Classic. And it looks like the SNES mini console will fly off of store shelves just as quickly. But it’s not the only company looking […]

Olwomen story of the week

Gorgeous Coral Dresses Part 2 By Jenny Smith From Olwomen Fashion generates from the aspiration of looking different than others. Coral, being an attention engaging and somewhat loud color tone is marvelously befitting to enhance the glamour of a designer dress. The rich color is exuberant in all its variations from light to dark shades […]

FAME-Caribbean to help create business opportunities for artisans

By Sasha Harrinanan From Trinidad and Tobago NewsDay The Foundation for Fashion, Art, Manufacturing, Entrepreneurship and Export (FAME-Caribbean) has been established by Trinidad-born Savile Row master tailor, Andrew Ramroop, to help create sustainable business opportunities for artistic people across the region. “Having travelled extensively to different locations throughout the world (and) currently consulting in India […]

$100,000 electric car

A $100,000 electric car trying to take on Tesla hit a top speed of 235 mph — here’s what you need to know By Danielle Muoio From Business Insider Lucid Air: The Lucid Air.Bryan Logan/Business Insider Lucid Motors, a startup going after Tesla’s grip on the luxury electric car market, said Monday that a prototype […]

World’s Top 10 Islands

The World’s Top 10 Islands By Rebecca Ascher-Walsh  From Travel leisure Whether you crave culture, adventure, or simply kicking back on a beach with a cold cocktail, at least one of these islands is sure to be an ideal destination.  And should you be willing to spend time in the air in order to land […]

BMW reveals smart scooter concept that always knows where you want to go – and can even adjust its seat to the size of a rider’s behind

By MARK PRIGG FOR DAILY MAIL ‘BMW Motorrad Concept Link’ uses electric battery packs, and even features a reverse gear Has a touchscreen dashboard, and can be paired with a new smart motorcycles jacket that can change settings on the bike with a swipe on its sleeve Can integrate with online calenders to automatically set […]

A British jeweler just bought a 3 billion year old diamond

By Natalie Theodosi, Women’s Wear Daily From Business Insider AGE AND BEAUTY:Continuing its mission to source exceptional stones, the diamond jeweler Graff has revealed the acquisition of a 373.72-carat rough diamond sourced from Botswana’s Karowe mine. The diamond, which is classified as a D-color, was part of the Lesedi la Rona, the largest gem discovered […]

Audeze makes $2,495 earbuds only an audiophile could love

By Billy Steele From engadget Or the casual audio nerd with deep pockets. Audeze built a reputation on really good (and more portable) planar magnetic headphones. Back in September the company debuted its first in-ear model: the iSine. Despite looking somewhat like a mini TIE fighter, those bulkier earbuds do a solid job of improving […]

The tragic lover who never escaped Rodin’s shadow

By Fisun GĂĽner From BBC Camille Claudel was Auguste Rodin’s lover, muse and most gifted pupil. Her sad life belies a formidable talent, writes Fisun GĂĽner. “I showed her where to find gold, but the gold she finds belongs to her.” These are the words of Auguste Rodin, said of his most talented pupil Camille […]