July 28, 2021

OECS launches People Summit Virtual Magazine

The publication provides insight into the power-packed one-day event! Wednesday, July 28, 2021 — We are one day away from the inaugural OECS People Summit 2021 with an impressive line-up of Titans! The event is headlined by Brian Tracy, world-renowned leadership guru and keynote speaker who has addressed 5 million+ persons in over 5,000 talks; and Dr. Ibukun Awosika, the […]

Author: Fox News gleefully brought down Trump

By Bill Hoffmann  From Newsmax Fox News took glee in shockingly calling Arizona for Joe Biden before any major network, putting an end to Donald Trump’s reelection chances, author Michael Wolff claims in his new book “Landslide.”  Once the favorite news outlet of conservative Americans, Fox turned its back on its right-leaning audience last November when it […]

Cayman: Minds Inspired launches new sustainable development challenge

By Hannah Reid Dart’s Minds Inspired is preparing to roll-out a new sustainable development education challenge to all local high schools in September 2021, following a successful pilot programme with Cayman International School. The challenge is based on the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals – also known as the SDGs – a global framework for […]

Four UWI Press books recognised by international publishing awards

The UWI Regional Headquarters, Jamaica. W.I. Friday, July 2, 2021. — The University of the West Indies Press (UWI Press) is pleased to announce that four of its published books have recently earned recognition by international publishing awards.  On June 9, two UWI Press books were announced among the bronze medallists when the Independent Publisher […]

Glyphosate’s Toxic Legacy Exposed: Why this weedkiller should be banned

When it comes to Monsanto’s controversial herbicide, both the mainstream scientific community and our regulatory establishments have failed us. By Stephanie Seneff / Chelsea Green Publishing via Earth | Food | Life, a project of the Independent Media Institute The following excerpt is from Toxic Legacy: How the Weedkiller Glyphosate Is Destroying Our Health and the Environment by Stephanie Seneff, PhD […]

Is It Worth It: Being A Translator In the 21st Century?

By Elizabeth Baldridge Translation has always been an attachment of world culture to the national language. After all, the myth of the Tower of Babel is a precautionary myth, a story about the punishment of mankind for its inherent desire to be equal to God. It is perfectly possible to understand the cultural centers of […]

Cayman National Cultural Foundation and The Bould Foundation partner to support local author

Martyn and Vivian Bould of the Bould Foundation recently presented a cheque to Glenroy Lorenzo Bodden, fondly known as ‘Roy’, that will go towards the publication of his autobiography which should be available for sale to the public later this year.  The Bould Foundation was formed in 2012 and provides financial assistance to Caymanians to […]

Lamborghini presents the Moleskine Special Edition 2021

Emiliano Ponzi designs the new special edition of the famous notebook for Lamborghini Sant’Agata Bolognese/Milan, 3 June 2021 – Automobili Lamborghini and Moleskine have commissioned Emiliano Ponzi to create a cover illustration and interior design for the 2021 notebook, bringing to life a new and exciting Special Edition. This follows years of collaboration that spawned many […]

Cayman: Renata Kecskes “Running for Safety” book signing

Another successful book signing event took place at Fidelity Bank, courtesy of CEO Brett Hill and Business Development Manager Jim McLean. On this occasion it was to celebrate the book launch of Renata Kecskes, entitled ‘Running for Safety’. Renata who is well known for her charitable work for supplying shoes for children in East Africa […]

CNCF to host symposium on the work of Caymanian author J. A. Roy Bodden

The Cayman National Cultural Foundation (CNCF), in collaboration with the Committee for the Promotion of Research and Cayman Scholarship (CPRCS), will be hosting a symposium to discuss and celebrate the work of prominent Caymanian historian, educator, author and former member of Government J. A. Roy Bodden. The conference is called J. A. Roy Bodden: Public […]