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Archives for May 18, 2020

Chris’ Corner: Checking your P.O. Mail Boxes

By Christopher Johnson By now many of you are checking your mail boxes to open the mail from your loved ones as well as facing bills from your suppliers which are difficult to pay. But wait what about those firms that keep their mail box keys in the office. Because you cannot go to your […]

High-end ketchup

By Paul McGowan From PS Audio Tomato ketchup is a worldwide staple. It’s a sauce that’s more often used as a condiment to enhance (some would say cover-up) greasy foods like French fries or hamburgers. Original recipes used egg whites, mushrooms, oysters, grapes, mussels, or walnuts, among other ingredients, but the unmodified modern recipe refers […]

Reparations, or ‘Let Off suppin’?

By Ewin James The discussion about reparations and efforts for reparations to black people for slavery,  won’t go away and I’m tempted to ask, do people really want to settle the matter of the horrendous treatment of our black forbears, or do they want rich countries to give us a hand out- ” let off suppin”? […]

Cayman: HSA expands pharmacy delivery services with help of BritCay donation

The Health Services Authority is now offering prescription delivery to the vulnerable and elderly as a permanent service thanks to British Caymanian’s (BritCay’s) donation of USD $20,000 towards the purchase of a delivery vehicle. The HSA pharmacy expanded deliveries to these categories of patients at the onset of the COVID-19 shelter-in-place provisions and understood the […]

Poor marks for poor Mark

By Joel Liburd Cynthia Adolores “Vicky” Williams must surely be turning in her grave if she could only see the turmoil she inadvertently unleashed on the people of St Kitts and Nevis. Vicky departed this life on February 28, 2016, after living a simple life in poverty, but making every sacrifice for her four children, […]

Cayman: We’re revealing “Miss Annie” at 3 pm today (Mon May 18)

From Cayman Islands National Museum Cayman Islands National Museum | PO Box 2189, Grand Cayman, KY1-1105 Cayman Islands

Coronavirus: Law360 Afternoon Briefing Mon May 18 2020

By Law360 From Media & Entertainment TOP NEWS What We Learned From Supreme Court’s First Telehearings A few bloopers notwithstanding, the U.S. Supreme Court has emerged unscathed from the uncharted waters of teleconference hearings and livestreaming prompted by the coronavirus pandemic. Here’s what worked and what didn’t, according to the attorneys who were along for […]

ECLAC reaffirms commitment to working with and for Latin American and Caribbean countries on regional cooperation and integration to tackle current and future challenges in the face of COVID-19

In a virtual meeting with Latin American and Caribbean countries’ permanent representatives to the United Nations, ECLAC’s Executive Secretary, Alicia Bárcena, presented the actions taken by the Commission in response to the COVID-19 crisis. (May 17, 2020) The Executive Secretary of the Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean (ECLAC), Alicia Bárcena, held on Friday a […]

Transcript and video: PM Harris announces June 5th, 2020 Election Date for ST. Kitts and Nevis

ADDRESS TO THE NATIONBy Prime Minister of St. Kitts and Nevis, Dr. The Honourable Timothy Harris Announcing Election Day Monday, May 18th, 2020  My fellow citizens and residents, over the last five short years, your Team Unity Government has been working on building a stronger and safer future for St. Kitts and Nevis – a future of […]

Coronavirus concern & FM music programming

By NuVoodoo From AllAccess Written By Carolyn Gilbert & Leigh Jacobs NuVoodoo has been tracking concern about the coronavirus since March 9 — more than two months. Each day sees a sample of at least 2,000 persons 16-54 nationwide. It’s a ton of data. I’ve isolated three dates in the chart here: March 10 (the […]