The Anguilla Archeological & Historical Society (AAHS) has set up a magnificent display at the Soroptimist Day Care Center, open to the public on July 26th 2011 and starts at 7:00pm.
9 cute puppies and a delightful kitten await new homes at the Anguilla Animal Rescue Foundation (“AARF”). This is not just something for those of us living in Anguilla. Tourists can rescue AARF pets and bring them home with a minimum of bother. Love an Anguilla pet!
Anguilla is now home for one of the premiere cycling competitions, the John T. Memorial Cycling Race. John Thomas, who the cycle race is held in honour of, was one of the first cyclists in Anguilla. For the past 12 years, this race has been a one day event. Starting this year, it spreads over [...]
Anguilla may be a small country, but it has HUGE sailing talent. With fewer resources and such a small population, Anguilla walks away with a pile of medals at the International Youth Regatta!
Channing Tatum, a rising Hollywood star who has appeared in such movies as Public Enemies with Johnny Depp and Dear John with Amanda Seyfried (which I have definitely watched too many times, with a box of tissues nearby), left Anguilla a few hours ago. Rumored to have stayed at Viceroy (can anyone confirm?), those who [...]
The Anguilla Youth Sailing Club (AYSC) is pleased to announce its new coach, Hazen Grant. Hazen replaces Chris Simon as part of its regular coach rotation policy
Life on Anguilla before the containers and cranes arrived in Sandy Ground depended on the hard workmen who risked their lives on the high seas in ships like the Warspite, the Yankie Girl and the Betsy. These vessels allowed for goods and services to be traded. My father, George G. Richardson, known mostly by the [...]
Giselle Bartlette, who run Kidz Kare child care service, announces this year’s summer camp for children ages 4 to 12. Kidz Kare Summer Retreat takes place during the week of August 8th-August 13th, from 9am-3pm. Field trips, sewing and cooking classes, arts and crafts and games. It sounds like a lot of fun! Check out [...]
In its heyday of the late 90′s, News.ai was literally “Anguilla on the Web.” It was the go-to source for everything about Anguilla. The most charming part of News.ai, though, was its extensive coverage of “the little news.” It covered everything from the announcement of a new summer camp to Steel drum West Indies night. [...]