August 4, 2020

AccuWeather Media Advisory: Hurricane Isaias barreling toward the Bahamas and Florida

ACCUWEATHER METEOROLOGISTS PROVIDE UPDATE ON HURRICANE ISAIAS  AccuWeather Global Weather Center — July 31, 2020 By Alex Sosnowski, AccuWeather senior meteorologist Isaias exploded into a Category 1 hurricane, packing 80-mph maximum sustained winds, Thursday night, shortly after pulling away from Hispaniola. The hurricane, which saw winds weaken slightly to 75 mph Friday morning, will churn through the Bahamas on […]

Dr. Stuart Weiss: COVID-19 Update Wednesday 29-July-2020

Dr. Stuart Weiss, FACEP, FAAP, CBCP July 28, 2020Today’s topics: Just cause you think you can’t catch CoViD-19 doesn’t mean its true, Young people infecting old people There will NOT be a Friday call this week. Saying you won’t catch CoViD-19 doesn’t make it so. Texas Representative Louie Gohmert has been walking around the congress for weeks […]

Cayman: Gordon J Solomon 2020 JULY Newsletter

From Gordon Solomon GORDON  J  SOLOMON2020  JULY  NEWSLETTER My featured artwork, entitled “Thatcher”, is a collage of images that tell the story of our National Tree.  The artwork paints a chronicle of the thatch tree’s usage; plating of its leaves into baskets, “laces” for wompas, broom and hat. It was even used to hold the turtle, once […]

Cayman: New GOV.KY to launch

Aligned with the vision for a world-class Civil Service, the new look for GOV.KY is slated to be tested this weekend, beginning Friday, 24 July. Subject to successful testing, we will move to formally launch the site. Clean and uncluttered, this launch version will provide better viewing of Government services and contact information, access to news, video […]

WHO Media Briefing – Director-General’s remarks and audio file for COVID-19 updates- 20 July

Good morning, good afternoon and good evening. Although people of all walks of life are affected by COVID-19, the world’s poorest and most vulnerable people are especially at risk. That is true of indigenous peoples all over the world, in urban or remote areas. There are up to 500 million indigenous peoples worldwide, in over […]

Different social media platforms every business should consider in 2020

The potential of social media platforms is hard to overlook. You can share your photos and videos, post blogs, stream a video, and more. With such huge benefits provided by the social media platforms, it is evident that you should use one or a couple of these to stay ahead of your competitors in 2020. […]

Dr. Stuart Weiss: COVID-19 Update Friday 3-July-2020

By Dr. Stuart Weiss, Intelligent Crowd Solution Dr. Stuart Weiss, FACEP, FAAP, CBCP July 3, 2020 Today’s topics: Just headlines today with a few comments Happy Independence Day in the US If you want to subscribe to the newsletter, click the Subscribe Button below A couple of points and the headlines Today in the US […]

National Gallery News

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The Case of the Missing Website

From Landau Consulting Many businesses want to expand their reach to more people after experiencing initial successes in their local communities. Launching a website is excellent for growing and reaching more potential customers when done correctly, as seen in today’s most successful brands. What these businesses have in common is that their sites are found […]

St. K-N: PM Harris says his second term will usher in a more dynamic agricultural sector where food security and technology in farming will feature prominently

June 24th, 2020 Last night during the hugely popular Leadership Matters primetime virtual forum series hosted by the Government of St. Kitts and Nevis, Prime Minister Dr. the Honourable Timothy Harris reiterated that additional resources would be put into developing the agricultural sector in his second term. “I think that the country as a whole could look […]