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Introducing Alden McLaughlin: The Premier You Thought You Knew

Some media, “Tweets” being the best (worst?) example, are meant to be swallowed and digested in a gulp – 140 characters, usually nutritionless, sent by the billions across cyberspace into deserved evanescence. Japanese haiku...

View from the Hammock: Remembering ‘The Queen of Breakers’

I always loved the little shabby looking house down Old School Lane in Breakers. It was located so close to the water the sea spray had formed a layer of salt crystals over the...

Dos and Don’ts For Saying ‘I’m Sorry’

Because Mr. Manners’ manners, behavior, and decorum are exemplary, even impeccable by nearly any civilized standard, he rarely finds himself in situations where apologies are called for.That is quite an advancement from his earlier...

Your Editor’s Guide to What’s Inside . . .

Grand Cayman Magazine, we think, rightly should focus on the sunnier side of things. It’s a good news publication, and there’s plenty of good news to tell.

The Rude and the Crude

The good thing about bad manners is that they can easily be transformed into good manners and thoughtful behavior.

View from the Hammock: What’s the big rush?

Every time I make an annoying trip to George Town, I ask myself the same question – “Why are people in such a hurry, what’s the rush?” It’s an asphalt insane asylum out there –...

What the Government Must Learn from the Private Sector

You’ve heard it before: “It was the best of times, it was the worst of times”; “the glass is either half-empty or half-full”; “which do you want to hear first, the good news or...

Less-Than-Mannerly Advice To ‘Noisemakers’: Shaddup!

Let us state the obvious: Mr. Manners was never a whizbang in school. He went to a college (really more of a country club) that catered to sons and daughters of wealthy parents who...
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