On Tuesday the Miami Dolphins have announced plans to set up a drive-in theater at Hard Rock Stadium that will accommodate up to 230 cars.The drive-in theater will showcase “classic Miami Dolphins content from the team’s 54-year history, classic motion picture films, host commencement ceremonies and other events.”The Dolphins are also introducing an open-air theater that can be used to host small groups for an “intimate viewing experience on the complex’s south plaza.”As Florida begins to reopen, Gov. Ron DeSantis said earlier this month that he was hesitant to reopen indoor theaters, although he said drive-in theaters are “100% fine.”For more information, click here.
January 17, 2020
– bail refused, sentence deferredForty-year-old Alister Bess, of 167 Charity Public Road, Region Two (Pomeroon-Supenaam), was on Tuesday remanded to prison on two counts of breaking and entering and larceny.Appearing before Magistrate Sunil Scarce, the defendant faced four break and enter and larceny charges; with Bess pleaded not guilty to two of the charges. For the guilty charges, bail was refused until statements are filed.It is alleged that between August 22 and 23, at 167 Charity Public Road, the defendant broke and entered the dwelling place of Telma Bess, and stole a flat screen TV valued $65,000, and one gas bottle valued $10,000.After the Administration of Justice Act was applied for the matter to be tried in the Magistrate’s Court, Bess pleaded not guilty.Police also alleged that between August 15 and 16, at Charity water front, Bess broke and entered the stall of Mahendra Sasenarine. During that incident, the accused allegedly stole a Sony laptop computer valued $120,000, an external hard drive and a Husky took kit. The total cost of the stolen articles was $215,000. He pleaded guilty to this charge.According to the facts presented, Sasenarine secured his stall and went home. At around 08:00h, the Virtual Complaint went to his stall where he discovered the padlock broken. The Police were then informed and Bess was arrested. The computer was recovered at a West Bury farmer’s home.Between August 26 and 27, the Police also alleged that the defendant broke into the stall of Romesh Doodnauth and stole 100 sunglasses valued $300,000. He also stole two boxes of bulbs and 24 umbrellas. The value of the stolen items was placed at $480,000. Bess pleaded not guilty to this charge.The Police further alleged that on August 26 and 28, at Charity back street, Bess broke into the dwelling place of Torenda Evans. Several ladies dresses, a blanket, lunch bags and umbrellas were stolen. The total cost of the stolen items amounted to $46,500. The defendant pleaded guilty to the charge.After the charges were read, the defendant told the court that he is a drug addict and that he was sorry. He said too that he is going through domestic issues. The court also heard that most of the stolen articles were recovered and returned. The defendant spent 18 months in prison in the past for a larceny charge.The defendant is expected to return to court on September 19, to face the charges levelled against him in the case of theft against Romesh Doodnauth. While he is to remain in custody, a request was made for the presentation of a probation report.
August 11, 2019
Go back to the e-newsletterOceania Cruises is unveiling new dinner menus featuring a spectrum of world flavours as well as an all-new executive chef’s Food & Wine Pairing, available every evening. Another standout attraction of the menus are the new Global Cuisine dishes each evening – these are bolder and more adventurous ethnic dishes – for the traveller with a spirit for spice.“These spectacular new menus exemplify our commitment to culinary excellence and offering our guests not just the finest cuisine at sea, but diverse dining choices that surprise and delight the palate,” stated Bob Binder, president & CEO of Oceania Cruises.The ultimate in dining choiceEach evening in the Grand Dining Room, guests will be treated to more than two dozen dishes to choose from (6 appetisers, 3 soups, 4 salads, 9 main courses and 9 side dishes). Every menu incorporates imaginative vegetarian dishes along with Canyon Ranch Balanced Selections that follow the mantra for indulgent yet healthy living. All in all, the menus comprise more than 800 dishes.Not only are there more choices in the new menus but they also offer guests the ultimate in flexibility and customisation. They may choose as many, or few, courses as they wish along with their side dishes and all accompaniments which are ordered à la carte. Dinners may just as easily comprise a meal of appetisers and side dishes as they may run the menu or order one of the paired tasting menus.Hundreds of new dishes accompany old favouritesTravellers sailing for the first time with Oceania Cruises or the 50th will delight at the diversity of selections with fresh and bold flavours, in addition to classic dishes that have been favourites ashore and at sea, for years or decades.“The new Grand Dining Room dinner menus are truly the most creative and varied that you will find at sea. I’m so tremendously proud of our entire culinary team as every member had a hand in the crafting of these amazing creations,” stated Franck Garanger, corporate executive chef for Oceania Cruises.Scintillating new additions – such as herb-crusted cornish hen Diavolo, Palermo-style grilled swordfish, smoked ricotta risotto and Paul Bocuse’s Alaskan halibut Viennoise – accompany time-honoured favourites such as Jacques Pepin’s quartet of beef bourguignon, salmon supreme, steak frites, and herb-crusted rotisserie chicken. Other classics being reprised include involtini di melanzane alla parmigiana, traditional coq au vin, golden-friend wiener schnitzel and Dover sole meunière.Perfect pairings for a perfect eveningGuests looking for a more adventurous dining experience, to create a special evening or just something with a healthy bend will want to experience one of three new tasting menus. Reflecting Oceania Cruises’ globetrotting adventures, the new menus feature a Global Cuisine tasting every evening that focuses on a particular region, specific country or particular cooking style: Asia, France, Cuba, India, United States, Spain, Thailand, Morocco, Polynesia, Greece, South America and Japan. For those seeking a healthy choice, Balanced Selection offers up 4 courses of lighter offerings. The Food & Wine Pairing menu offers up 4 courses selected by master chefs that are paired with 4 wines selected by the head sommelier.These new menus are currently available on board Riviera and will be introduced aboard Sirena in May, Insignia in June, Nautica and Marina in July and Regatta in August.Cuisine, Oceania CruisesGo back to the e-newsletter