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Cayman: National trust 35 Year Legacy

GUESS WHO TURNS 35 YEARS OLD? THE NATIONAL TRUST FOR THE CAYMAN ISLANDS CELEBRATES 35 YEAR LEGACY OF PROTECTING NATURAL AND BUILT HERITAGE IN 2022 5th January 2022 –This year, the National Trust for the Cayman Islands (NTCI) proudly celebrates our 35 year legacy! The NTCI was established in 1987 as a non-profit organization to […]

US: Update on Atlantic Broadband Censorship of Newsmax

From Newsmax TV Breaking News from Newsmax.com Important: Yesterday, we sent the email below about Atlantic Broadband dropping Newsmax from its cable lineup. It’s important to remember that Atlantic Broadband pays 11 liberal news channels very high fees but won’t keep Newsmax at a small fee. They don’t like our views and they want to close down Newsmax! Please read our urgent letter below and […]

6 Essential steps to build a Go-To-Market Strategy for Startups

By Emily Moore In a world of fierce competition, young businesses need a clever startup strategy to get ahead of competitors; a Go-To-Market Strategy for Startups cuts away the middleman and lets a business approach the target market quickly and hassle-free. Being a fledgling startup business in a world filled with bright young thinkers and […]

Playbooks not just a rule book, but a way of life in the lead−up to Beijing 2022

05 Jan 2022 – With just 30 days to go until the Opening Ceremony of the Olympic Winter Games Beijing 2022, the IOC today held a series of the traditional consultation calls with athlete representatives from around the world, the National Olympic Committees and the International Olympic Winter Sports Federations. They were also joined by the Beijing 2022 […]

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Reminder! This Saturday: Cayman Brac Photography Workshop with Lisa Reid

From National Gallery of the Cayman Islands Beloved Isles artwork will rotate between the Cayman Brac Beach Resort and the Little Cayman Museum in February. RSVP to [email protected]

Happy New Year from the National Gallery of the Cayman Islands

As we welcome in the new year we’ve taken the opportunity to pause and look back through the past twelve months. Between extreme weather, landfill fires and the ongoing challenges brought by the pandemic, there is no doubt that 2021 was a year to remember and while we began with fully normal operations, we closed […]

New Year Resolutions – BASIL SPRINGER COLUMN (JANUARY 3, 2022)

By Basil Springer “Above all, clothe yourselves with love, which binds everything together in perfect harmony.” – Colossians 3:14  Let us address our New Year resolutions within the context of a snap Barbados general election, protection and survival in a COVID-19 environment, embracing the end of the pandemic, stabilizing our minds, and rehabilitation in the face of the […]

NFL Says Los Angeles Super Bowl Is a Go despite COVID-19 surge

The National Football League on Wednesday said it has no plans to move next month’s Super Bowl from Los Angeles due to a spike in COVID-19 cases, and said its discussions with alternative sites is part of normal contingency planning. The Feb. 13 championship game at SoFi Stadium comes as officials have been weighing whether […]

US: House Committees launch COVID origins Inquiry for Whistleblowers

By Peter Malbin From Newsmax A Congressional effort into the origins of COVID-19 may be getting started. U.S. House Energy and Commerce Committee Republican Leader Cathy McMorris Rodgers, R-Wa., Subcommittee on Health Republican Leader Brett Guthrie, R-Ky., and Subcommittee on Oversight and Investigations Republican Leader Morgan Griffith, R-Va., have announced the launch of a webpage for whistleblowers to contact […]