July 18, 2019

New Royal Caribbean Video and other things….

By Emily Van Fleet I wanted to let you know about a couple new Royal Caribbean videos we just launched about Perfect Day at CocoCay. On Royal Caribbean International’s newly opened private island destination, Perfect Day at CocoCay, an unrivaled combination of first-of-their-kind thrills and ways to chill make their debut. The Faces of Perfect Day […]

Happy Mother’s Day!

By Dr. James Dobson I do hope that our listeners will do something specifically loving and caring for their mothers. I know it would mean an awful lot to the moms who are out there to have expressions of love and care. Do you know that I dedicated Dare to Discipline to my mother? For a […]

Surviving dolphins relocated from Dolphinaris to another theme park

By Laura Goldman From Care2 First, the good news: Following the deaths of four of its eight dolphins in just over two years, Dolphinaris Arizona, the controversial tourist attraction near Scottsdale, says it is permanently closing its dolphin exhibit. More than 168,000 people signed a Care2 petitionurging the facility to release its surviving dolphins. Ever since Dolphinaris […]

C3 Pure Fibre partners with Plume to launch Whole Home Adaptive WiFi

The C3 Whole Home WiFi offering includes Plume Adaptive WiFi™, HomePass®guest access and advanced parental controls; delivers unprecedented WiFi performance, personalization and security January 30, 2019 —C3 Pure Fibre, the leading triple play ISP bringing internet, TV and phone services to residential and business customers in the Cayman Islands, announced the launch of their Whole Home […]

This turkey optical illusion will make your head spin

BY MORGAN SUNG From Mashable This Thanksgiving how-to might give you a headache. Redditor u/Dently stumbled across the mindblowing video uploaded in 2015 and posted it to r/videos. “Found this freaky optical illusion while watching a cooking video,” they wrote. “Stare at the center of the brine until the scene changes.” If you look into […]

Kick off 2019 at major festivaI – finaI call

From International Screenwriters’ Association The Coolest FiIm FestivaI is Approaching Let US Take YOU There! Experience the Sundance FiIm FestivaI in Park City, UT and a Table Read of your script at one of the most thrilling festivaIs of 2019! In addition to attending festivaI events and screenings as an Award Winner, a professional director […]

Russia domestic abuse: ‘My husband chopped off my hands’

From BBC In December 2017, Margarita Gracheva’s husband took her into a forest and cut her hands off with an axe. Her case has highlighted activists’ fears that the softening of Russia’s laws applying to domestic violence may be emboldening abusers. First offences where the victim is not hospitalised are no longer treated as criminal […]

Staff shortages defense can have consequences for presence in the Caribbean

From Curacao Chronicle THE HAGUE, WILLEMSTAD – Staff shortages at Defense can lead to pressure on the strength of the armed forces that are stationed in Curaçao, Aruba and Sint Maarten. Chairman Jean Debie of the trade union for defense personnel VBM has been warning for some time about the consequences of the growing outflow […]

Hurricane-hit Caribbean states target future safe from climate harm

By Sophie Hares Thomson Reuters Foundation TEPIC, Mexico, Dec 13 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) – A group of Caribbean nations, many devastated by recent hurricanes, will work with companies, development banks and other organisations to curb damage from climate change and grow cleanly, under an action plan launched this week. The countries aim to restructure up […]

Camera lenses literally melted during the solar eclipse

BY YVETTE TAN From Mashable Will people ever learn? A camera rental company found its cameras and lenses severely damaged after people took them to shoot the solar eclipse last month. This, despite warning users not to point their cameras directly at the sun. Online rental shop LensRentals told renters that solar filters had to […]