October 15, 2018

Domestic goddess

Samin Nosrat is a new kind of domestic goddess making a BLT with the host of Salt, Fat, Acid, Heat. By Madeleine Aggeler@mmaggeler Photographs By Talia Herman From The Cut According to a vast amount of TV shows and books and magazines and blogs, the Domestic Goddess calmly rules her sphere from an airy, well-appointed […]

Destinations of the week

These will be the 15 most popular cities for tourists by 2025 By Tom Murray From Business Insider Taj Mahal Taj Mahal, Agra, India.nicolemoraira/iStock The world is getting smaller. As flights between cities around the world become more frequent, and more air routes are forged between countries, international tourism continues to rise and rise. According […]

Michael’s damage in Florida

Devastating photos show Hurricane Michael’s damage in Mexico Beach, Florida, where the storm made landfall By Peter Kotecki From Business Insider Hurricane Michael Mexico Beach Rescue personnel perform a search in the aftermath of Hurricane Michael in Mexico Beach, Florida, on October 11, 2018. Gerald Herbert/AP Hurricane Michael made landfall near the Florida town of […]

Cartoon of the week

By Tony Zuvela, Cartoonist “It’s my own little World which I can escape to everyday and create a fun, weird, berserk Cartoon to whatever subject I like. I enjoy doing all the work myself, and all the aspects of Cartooning, and seeing my work out there and the reactions it gets.” http://www.berserkalert.com.au/shop.htm Buy this Cartoon’s […]

Acting Governor pinned

Cayman Islands Acting Governor pinned in Poppy Appeal GRAND CAYMAN, GIS – The annual Poppy Appeal kicked off this morning (Thursday, 10 October) when His Excellency the Acting Governor, Franz Manderson, met with members of the Cayman Islands Veterans Association. The Acting Governor was pinned with the appeal’s first poppy by former United States Marine […]

Day of Older Persons

Cayman Islands Older Persons Month Marks International Day of Older Persons GRAND CAYMAN, GIS – International Day of Older Persons 2018 was celebrated with the launch of Older Persons Month and featured two seminars organised by the Department of Children and Family Services (DCFS). The event held at the Family Life Centre, on Monday 1st […]

Shared apartment concept

Muji’s Shared Apartment Concept: Cantilevered Wooden Caves for Bedrooms BY RAIN NOE From Core77 Designed by Japanese architect Go Hasegawa, the space is intended to be occupied by co-workers, not family members Unreal Studio 4.2 For Beijing Design Week, Muji presented an apartment prototype at the House Vision exhibition. Designed by Japanese architect Go Hasegawa, […]

Drink recipe of the week

Halloween cocktail that is even better than your costume By CANDACE BRAUN DAVISON and MADISON FLAGE From delish If your drinks don’t glow in the dark, you’re not living Halloween to its fullest potential. Jekyll & Gin This drink will mess with your head—and that’s even before the alcohol hits your bloodstream. This twist on […]

Travel to Glacier Bay National Park and Preserve, Alaska

By GARY ARNDT From EVERYTHING EVERYWHERE TRAVEL BLOG The Glacier Bay National Park is a US National Park near Juneau, Alaska. With about 547,000 visitors per year (as of 2017), it is the second most visited national park in Alaska, slightly behind Denali. The vast majority of visitors to the park visit by cruise ships […]

Gadget of the week

African experiments with drone technologies could leapfrog decades of infrastructure neglect By Jake Bright, Samantha Stein3From TechCrunch Charis Extra Photo A drone revolution is coming to sub-Saharan Africa. Countries across the continent are experimenting with this 21st century technology as a way to leapfrog decades of neglect of 20th century infrastructure. Over the last two […]