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Archives for December 27, 2019

Pediophobia

By Paul McGowan From PS Audio Remember Chucky the scary clown? In the 1988 movie Child’s Play, film producers took advantage of a particular phobia that more than a few people have. It’s known as Pediophobia and it is the fear of dolls, or more generally, a fear of things most people find normal. What the […]

Martin: When freedom of the press is imprisoned

By Melissa Martin Jailed journalists around the globe. How can it be?  Devious despots misusing power and preying upon humanity—withholding information because knowledge is power. Silencing the other side of the story. Fear of losing control feeds their depravity. Dictators hiding behind castle walls and armies of destruction for those who dare ask questions or […]

Martin: Time doesn’t stay in a bottle

By Melissa Martin We like to romanticize a message in a bottle as it ebbs and flows with ocean waves. When the bottle finds a person, the message is read. But the passage of time does not slow down or speed up. Time on a continent, the mainland, an island, a country, or a city […]

Achievement does not signal successful leadership says ex-finance minister

MIAMI (December 27, 2019) – Former Bahamian Finance Minister Zhivargo Laing, addressing Caribbean movers and shakers assembled in Miami this month for the 2019 Caribbean Media Exchange (CMEx) Leadership Awards, asserted leadership counts most when it brings people together to achieve noble ends.  Laing, a Caribbean author, economist and motivational speaker who is also a […]

Cayman: RCIPS Christmas Update, 27 December

From RCIPS The RCIPS is happy to report that over the Christmas period, from Christmas Eve through Boxing Day (24–26 December), there were no major incidents reported. We would like to thank the public for doing their part in following the law, and helping to keep Cayman safe and peaceful. Intensified policing operations will continue […]

Feels wrong

By Paul McGowan From PS Audio I remember how proud I was upon learning the trick of screwing a stubborn lid onto a jar. Though it feels wrong, my father counseled, you first unscrew the lid until the threads are aligned, then turn the opposite direction and tighten ‘er down. There’s plenty we do that’s seemingly incorrect […]

Cayman: OLD TIME NEW YEAR FAMILY FUN DAY

THE HONOURABLE TARA RIVERS ELECTED MEMBER FOR WEST BAY SOUTH INVITES YOU TO AN “OLD TIME NEW YEAR FAMILY FUN DAY” AT THE ED BUSH STADIUM IN WEST BAY ON WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 1, 2020 FROM 12 NOON TO 4PM FREE ACTIVITIES WILL INCLUDE FACE PAINTING, BOUNCING CASTLES, HORSEBACK RIDING, SPORTS COMPETITIONS AND OLD TIME CAYMANIAN […]

Senior citizens Boxing Day 3

Cayman: Rotary Club’s Senior Citizens Boxing Day Bash 3 For full story got to: https://www.ieyenews.com/wordpress/senior-citizens-boxing-day/ IMAGES: James Tibbetts

Senior citizens Boxing Day 2

Cayman: Rotary Club’s Senior Citizens Boxing Day Bash 2 For full story got to: https://www.ieyenews.com/wordpress/senior-citizens-boxing-day/ IMAGES: James Tibbetts

Senior citizens Boxing Day

Cayman: Rotary Club’s Senior Citizens Boxing Day Bash Last Thursday (26) was Boxing Day, and a huge contingent of our Senior Citizens, from all over Grand Cayman, made it to the First Baptist Church Hall for the Rotary Club’s annual Christmas party. This was the 54th year Rotary Club of Grand Cayman have put on […]