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Pirates of the Cayman Islands

Pirates of the Cayman Islands.

It is well known that Piracy was part of Cayman Islands’ dark history as much as turtling.

About 37 years ago, perhaps a Cayman Islands resident, had an eureka moment and convinced the powers that be that the celebration of piracy in the form of Pirates Week Festival would be a novel idea as a revenue earner, attracting thousands of tourists to the shores of Cayman Islands for a week and more of drunken revelry.

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Festivals

Clubbing 2.0

Industry 4.0, Web 3.0, and now Clubbing 2.0 – last night in Valencia while Michael and I went out I experienced something I am not sure about if it was a single happening or will become a successful trend and – because being in my 24th year of clubbing – it gets more difficult to adapt to change. 708 more words

Sabbatical

Upcycling workshop

Some photos from a workshop I ran for Brisbane City Council: recreating clothing.

The workshop was part of the Revive festival, where the speakers addressed the issue of waste from the textile industry and the disturbing phenomenon to junk fashion and throwaway textiles.   90 more words

Printmaking

Homegrown Holiday Bazaar at Mullet Hall - Dec 2

The fourth annual Homegrown Holiday Bazaar is Saturday, December 2, 2017 from 10:00 am-4:00 pm at Johns Island County Park, 2662 Mullet Hall Road, Johns Island (site of Charleston County Parks & Recreation’s Mullet Hall Equestrian Center). 182 more words

Events

Novembeer 2017

On Saturday November 11th, the streets of downtown Phoenix were overflowing with craft beer. The 4th annual New Times Novembeer festival was the place to be for any craft beer enthusiast in the valley. 258 more words

Beer

#CaliRoots2018 Second Round Artist Announcement & Video is Here!

Thursday’s news got me so hype! The second round of announcements for #caliroots2018 is finally here (scored tickets yet?) and Bulldog Media has the throwback video to make us feel all the feels.  474 more words

Music