October 19, 2018

New York Times Travel Show to Host Travel Industry Trade Day

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The 2014 New York Times Travel Show to Host Travel Industry Trade Day on February 28 at the Jacob K. Javits Convention Center NEW YORK–(BUSINESS WIRE The New York Times Travel Show will host a Trade Day for industry professionals on Friday, February 28, that will feature travel industry seminars and a preview of the […]

Anthony Bourdain on his NYC food market, Parts Unknown Season Three, and new book projects

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By Raphael Brion From Eater As part of the Cayman Cookout 2014, Eater interviewed chefs poolside at the Ritz-Carlton. Up first: chef Parts Unknown host and general food world rabble-rouser Anthony Bourdain. [Photo: Raphael Brion / Eater.com] Anthony Bourdain is a busy guy. He’s currently working on an upcoming New York City food market based […]

Black Brooklyn pols ‘vindicated’ in stop-and-frisk ruling: Clarke

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By Nelson A. King From Caribbean Life Brooklyn Democratic Congresswoman Yvette D. Clarke says black elected officials in Central Brooklyn are feeling “somewhat vindicated” over a recent court ruling against the New York Police Department’s (NYPD) stop-and-frisk policy against Blacks and other minorities. “We feel somewhat vindicated in our observations,” Clarke, who represents the 9th […]

Cayman Airways expansion

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From Latin American Airlines & Industry News GEORGE TOWN, Grand Cayman–National flag carrier Cayman Airways Ltd. could enter a new phase of expansion during 2014 that could include new routes to Costa Rica, Panama and Colombia. The airline was established and started operations on August 7th, 1968. It was formed following the Cayman Government’s purchase […]

Sochi officials: Jamaica bobsled in

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From ESPN.com news services The Jamaican bobsled team may be headed to another Olympics. The catch: It needs a lot of money, and it needs it fast. Olympic organizers said Saturday that Jamaica has qualified for the two-man competition at next month’s Sochi Games, though it remains unclear if the fledgling squad will get a […]

Trinidad national on US “most wanted” list may be residing in Barbados

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From Caribbean360 Andre Neverson has ties to Barbados, Trinidad and Tobago, Jamaica, Bahamas, Grenada, St. Vincent and Canada and US authorities are offering a US$25,000 reward for information leading directly to his arrest. BRIDGETOWN, Barbados, CMC – United States law enforcement authorities are seeking the public’s assistance in locating a Trinidadian man wanted in that […]

Grand Cayman: A Guide to Local Favorites

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By Catherine at The Squirrel machine Blog (http://www.squirrelmachine.org/) From RumShopRyan Now that the temperatures have reached single digits in New York City, it is just about that time of year when I seek refuge and much needed relaxation in the warmer climates of Grand Cayman Island. Although, I have been vacationing in Grand Cayman for years, […]

Jamaican-born transvestite could face murder charge in toddler’s death

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From Caribbean360 Prosecutors have charged Kryzie King, 27, born in Jamaica as Christopher King, with first-degree assault, reckless endangerment and unlawful imprisonment in the death of Myls Dobson. NEW YORK, United States, Monday January 13, 2014, CMC – Law enforcement authorities here say prosecutors may this week empanel a grand jury and elevate charges to […]

Goldman Sachs tweeted out this awesome photo of its view of the frozen Hudson River [Jan 9 2014]

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By Linette Lopez From Business Insider The polar vortex has only one upside — all the gorgeous pictures people have taken of our frozen landscape. Goldman Sachs tweeted this picture of their view from downtown New York City. Goldman’s building is at 200 West Street, right along the Hudson River. And by the way, Roland […]

Nice try, Dow Jones, but your “hot news” case is doomed — the news is everywhere now

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By Mathew Ingram From GIGAOM Summary: Dow Jones is suing a British news service, alleging that it steals breaking news reports, and that this is illegal under a century-old court ruling. But the U.S. wire service is trying to close the barn door long after the horse has left News used to be a relatively […]