June 1, 2023

National Gallery of the Cayman Islands: March 2023 Newsletter

Now Open! Al Ebanks 33: Remnants of the ArtistSolo exhibition on view until 18 May Now on view in the Lower Exhibition Hall, this mid-career survey exhibition examines the evolution of Al Ebanks’ practice as a leading figure in the development of Caymanian art over the past quarter century. A founding member of the Native Sons artist […]


“With (Trinidad and Tobago) Carnival 2023 just concluded, this season’s soca releases included many songs expressing gratitude for the festival’s return. Aaron ‘Voice’ St. Louis, who made his mark in the previous decade by winning the Soca Monarch title for three consecutive years, hits all the right notes on ‘Long Live Soca’, his joyous paean to carnival and […]

Vincymas 2023

Vincymas 2023 makes its presence felt during T&T’s Carnival OS, Trinidad (Sonique Solutions) – The rich colour, splendour and energy of St. Vincent and the Grenadines was on full display at the recent 2023 Trinidad & Tobago Carnival as the Marketing and Development Officer of the Carnival Development Corporation (CDC) came T&T to promote the […]

Protecting the world’s ocean: Pacific Youth geared up for IMPAC5!

Young people play important leadership roles in ocean conservation and the protection of marine areas. From the IUCN Congress in Marseilles to the more recent United Nations Biodiversity Conference (COP15) in Montreal, young professionals are mobilising and taking action to protect the world’s oceans. At the beginning of the month, Young people made up approximately one-third […]

Exploring Time and Color with Bulby York

New Album Takes A Comprehensive Look At The Career Of Award-Winning Producer & Engineer CARIBPR WIRE, Kingston, JA/New York, NY, Thurs. Feb. 23, 2023: – From learning about recording from the iconic King Tubby to being an engineer for the likes of Sly & Robbie and Winston Riley to working with pop icons like Rihanna and […]

Live at Nocturne

By Paul McGowan From PS Audio I hope at some point you have the time and opportunity to have a listen on a good system to our first live album ever. Gabriel Mervine’s Live at Nocturne was an absolute hoot to record. About 6 months ago, Terri, myself, and Jessica Carson headed over to a classy little […]

Sustainable finance and infrastructure investment for islands around the world

From Island Innovation The world’s energy and climate future increasingly hinges on decisions made in emerging and developing economies. Sustainable finance and infrastructure investment play a critical role in accelerating the transition to a green energy and low carbon future for all. During one of last year’s Island Finance Forum sessions, leading experts discussed how to accelerate the development […]

Italy complicit in crimes against humanity

February 12, 2023 News Digest OUR CAMPAIGN ISSUES IN THE NEWS From Miriam Karmali, Freedom United Forced labor“We are not okay,” says migrant worker in QatarDespite 2020 labor reforms, migrant workers continue to face widespread abuse and exploitation in Qatar. Kenyan workers share why the Qatari government must take urgent steps to hold employers accountable and […]

Town market celebrates Cayman’s food producers and artisans Fri Feb 17

The Ministry of Planning, Agriculture, Housing & Infrastructure’s inaugural Town Market takes place on Friday, February 17 from 3:00p.m. to 8:00 p.m. along Cardinall Avenue and Albert Panton Street.  Presented in partnership with the Department of Agriculture, the Cayman Islands Agricultural Society and the George Town Revitalisation Initiative, the event will highlight our island’s fresh food and artisan producers in the heart of George Town alongside music and entertainment as […]

Miami Cold

By Carol-Ann Rudy When it’s cold in Miami  lizards stick to the window like licorice to my teeth and air takes on the crackle of champagne drunk from crystal, no longer lanquid on my tongue. Color flattens, cheap prints of a Master’s, and the moon over Rickenbacker jumps up yellow. When it’s cold in Miami […]