October 14, 2019

The Editor Speaks: Dark days

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On May 19th 1780 at around noon, much of New England — meaning much of the new America — went black. At midday, it was midnight. This was not an electrical blackout, of course; homes and businesses did not have electricity in those years, and were illuminated by lanterns and candles. Rather, the sky turned […]

Eclipze Hair Design & Day Spa hosts Cut-A-Thon for Cayman Islands breast cancer awareness

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Every year Eclipze Hair Design & Day Spa hosts a Cut-A-Thon in support of Breast Cancer Awareness Month. This year’s event will be our 17th Cut-A-Thon! The event will be held on Sunday October 1st at Eclipze Hair Design & Day Spa in Camana Bay Volunteers from several salons and spas on the island will […]

City of North Las Vegas Mayor joins Latin and Caribbean Community at Las Vegas Latin Caribbean Carnival Press Conference

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From Houston Style Magazine Las Vegas, NV_10/5/2016 Members of the Las Vegas Valley’s growing Latin, Caribbean and West Indian community were joined by North Las Vegas City Mayor, John Lee, on Monday October 3 2016 at a press conference at North Las Vegas City Hall to announce the launch of the upcoming community, family and […]

Letter from Britain (Part 3) and from home!

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By Henry S. Fraser From Caribbean 360 BRIDGETOWN, Barbados, Sunday October 12, 2014 – This is my column number 200 for the Sunday Advocate – the second double century in my career – because I’ve written 251 columns for the Sunday Sun, between 2003 and 2008. I feel proud of these double centuries, because I […]