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Yoga: Good for the Mind &...

Yoga: Good for the Mind & Body

Yoga consists of various types of stretches that are performed while using controlled breathing techniques. The practice is designed to make practitioners aware of the mind-body connection. Individuals use the body to perform various poses to reach a state of relaxation and contentment.

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Celebrating the New Year ...

Celebrating the New Year with Ortanique’s Island Pig Roast

Have you ever wanted to go to a genuine island pig roast? On Saturday, January 24th, Ortanique, located in Camana Bay, celebrated the New Year with their Caja China Island Pig Roast. Of all the things to do in Grand Cayman (http://www.camanabay.com/the-town/play/), this was definitely a night to remember. What better way to ring in the New Year than with a bottomless food, wine, beer and mojito feast!

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Stress-Free Ways to File ...

Stress-Free Ways to File Your Taxes

Tax season is a time of year that most people look upon with distaste. As a result, many fall into the trap of putting off filing for as long as possible. Sure, nobody enjoys filling out the paperwork, but it is still important to take care of it sooner rather than later, especially if you want to avoid any sort of legal problems with the IRS. Fortunately, for the vast majority of individuals, filing taxes actually brings about a nice return, and who doesn't want a check coming in from the government?

Revamp Your Home with Replacement Windows and Doors

Keeping that equity investment looking its best is a continuous task. One way to improve your home is with new window and door replacements.

Revamp Your Home with Replacement Windows and Doors
posted on: May 28, 2014 | author: admin

5 Reasons for Cities to Not Ban Polystyrene Foam

Recently, a number of cities across the United States have considered banning polystyrene foam, commonly mistakenly called Styrofoam, which is a trademark of the Dow Chemical Company. Most recently, the Boston foam ban has gotten a lot of press. While many are under the impression that the material cannot be recycled and is detrimental to the environment, this is far from the truth.

5 Reasons for Cities to Not Ban Polystyrene Foam
posted on: May 13, 2014 | author: admin

Antarctic Ice ‘Cork’ Melting Could Lead to Unstoppable Sea Rise

Simulations suggest that the greatest rate of sea level rise produced by an 'uncorking' would be about 0.02 inches per year for 25,000 years.

Antarctic Ice ‘Cork’ Melting Could Lead to Unstoppable Sea Rise
posted on: May 13, 2014 | author: admin

Big Names in NYC Business

The greater New York City area has long been a hot spot for new businesses to develop themselves....

Big Names in NYC Business
posted on: Mar 14, 2014 | author: admin
Big Names in College Alumni

Big Names in College Alumni

posted on: Mar 6, 2014 | author: admin

Harvard alum Andrew Farkas , CEO of Island Capital Group and has made a name for himself in New York City Real Estate. Farkas still has strong ties to his alma mater, and has funded organizations like the Hasty Pudding Institute, a theatrical group at Harvard.

Energy Service Providers

Energy Service Providers

posted on: Mar 4, 2014 | author: admin

Pennsylvania and West Virginia are traditionally known for coal production but the discovery of shale resources has increased energy output along the east coast. Additionally, independent energy providers like Cunningham Energy have worked to developed new technologies to make this entire process more efficient.

Eco-Friendly Restaurant Opens in Grand Cayman

Eco-Friendly Restaurant Opens in Grand Cayman

posted on: Jan 29, 2014 | author: admin

In addition to being recognized for its splendid views and delicious meals, this Grand Cayman restaurant is also known for its sustainability efforts. Owner, Steve Broadbelt is strategic with his menu offerings.

Travel that Keeps the Heart and Brain Healthy

posted on: Jan 24, 2014 | author: admin

Travel tops many people’s retirement goals, and it’s a given that staying healthy prolongs our ability to take active vacations. Yet research suggests that the reverse holds true as well: Travel can actually keep our brains and bodies healthier as we get older.

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