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Hollywood comes to Cayman

In case you hadn’t heard, the magical world of movies has officially come to the...

Looking back in time

Everyone talks about the ‘good old days’ when times were simpler. Take a look at...

Cayman Arts Festival presents Jazz Night

In case you weren't aware, going to the library doesn't just have to be about...

Word of the Week

Not only do Caymanians have a distinct dialect, with accents varying from district to district,...

‘Sexuality Through Art’ opens Saturday at Central Terrace

More than 30 Cayman Islands artists will come together for an evening of arts, poetry...

Wheaton’s Way

I’ve always thought it a good idea to step outside one’s comfort zone from time...

Breakfast for Dinner supports Kiwanis Club

If there’s one thing everyone got used to through the COVID lockdown, it was the...

Sky turns pink for ‘Light Up the Night’

When the sun goes down, it sometimes leaves a rosy glow painted on the clouds...

Restaurant partners bidding farewell to Deckers

Owners of Deckers restaurant, Markus Mueri and Neil Bryington, announced on Tuesday that they were leaving the establishment and invited the public to join them for their last weekend on the property – 22-24 April.

Celebrating Earth Day

Thursday, 22 April is Earth Day. The theme this year is 'Restore Our Earth', and its...

Looking back in time

Everyone talks about the ‘good old days’ when times were simpler. Take a look at...

Word of the Week

Not only do Caymanians have a distinct dialect, with accents varying from district to district,...

Yuli Sanchez clinches World Class Cayman Bartender title

While many of us slumbered in our beds, 17 bartenders from all around the Cayman...

Families join forces with Protect Our Future

On Saturday morning, 65 volunteers - mostly children and their families - joined the Protect...

‘A Walk In Her Shoes’ returns to Camana Bay

It’s not often that an event to raise awareness about a serious subject can also be great fun, but ‘A Walk In Her Shoes’ ticks both boxes.

Waltz along to Harquail for ‘Matilda JR.’

Many parents and children are familiar with the wonderful tale ‘Matilda’, as originally written by...

World Class mixologists

If you're a fan of a well-made cocktail, you cannot miss the World Class Cayman...

Looking back in time

Everyone talks about the ‘good old days’ when times were simpler. Take a look at...

Word of the Week

Not only do Caymanians have a distinct dialect, with accents varying from district to district,...

Wheaton’s Way

As most of you know, 1 April is also known as April Fool’s Day. There were...

Concert celebrates the animal kingdom

The imaginations of Sue Horrocks and Jonathan Taylor, musical directors of the Cayman National Choir...

Spirited away to the wonderful world of Oz

On Saturday at the Harquail Theatre, dance and fitness studio Quinntessential Movement will be presenting a pole and aerial theatre production of ‘The Wizard of Oz’.

‘Bows and Stilettos’ pageant fundraiser at GTYC

The Miss World Cayman Islands pageant organisation will be hosting its second annual Bows and...

Native plants of Cayman

Bourreria; Strongbark / Bourreria venosa BORAGINACEAE Parrot Berry is an erect, sturdy, large bush with a loosely...

Iggy Pop joins cast of ‘Blue Iguana’ comedy

Producers William G. Santor, CEO of Productivity Media, and Nicholas Tabarrok, President of Darius Films, announced today that punk-rock icon Iggy Pop has joined the cast of the dark comedy 'Blue Iguana', currently filming in the Cayman Islands.

Sweet treats for spring: Bird Bakery Lemon Bars

Entrepreneur, TV personality and celebrity chef Elizabeth Chambers has been living in the Cayman Islands for the past year.

‘Hoppy’ Easter celebrations

The Easter weekend is one of the most anticipated on the annual calendar. With public holidays...

Word of the week

Not only do Caymanians have a distinct dialect, with accents varying from district to district,...

The Kitchen hosts ‘Women in Hospitality’ night

Female leaders in the hospitality industry mingled with women interested in learning more about their...

Show your skills at ‘Gaming for Meals on Wheels’ event

If you're looking for something to keep the kids (and maybe even yourself) occupied over...

Easter Egg Hunt goes digital at Camana Bay

Leading up to the public holiday weekend, Camana Bay starts its Digital Easter Egg Hunt...

Wheaton’s Way

When the band Chicago sang, “You’re a hard habit to break,” they weren’t just whistling...
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Cotterell flexes musical muscle with Machel Montano track

Getting ahead in the music business can be a big mountain to climb, but local artist Cotterell has already left base camp and is looking towards the summit.

Blues Brothers revival coming to Sandbar

Who isn't familiar with those rambunctious siblings, Jake and Elwood, otherwise known as the Blues...

Best in COVID-19 photo exhibit named

Winners have been named in the photo exhibition - created as a collaboration between the...

Power of the Purse Luncheon celebrates women

The Power of the Purse Luncheon - a much-anticipated yearly event - had to be...

Word of the Week

Not only do Caymanians have a distinct dialect, with accents varying from district to district,...

Movie review: ‘Chaos Walking’

'Chaos Walking' is based on Patrick Ness' 2008 book, 'The Knife of Never Letting Go',...

‘Rundown’ returns to the Harquail

After a self-imposed quarantine in 2020, due to the global pandemic, 'Rundown' has returned in...

Wheaton’s Way

Why does ‘beauty’ maintenance have to be costly and painful? This is the question that crossed...

Guy Harvey hosts Ocean Foundation fundraiser

To know artist and marine conservationist Guy Harvey is to be aware that black tie...

Food festival takes diners to the streets

Those who love travel – back when we could – will no doubt be familiar...

Culture at the Cinema: ‘War Horse’

If you have not yet attended a Culture at the Cinema screening at Camana Bay...

Natural Marine World Tidbits

The spotlight parrotfish is aptly named because this species, Sparisoma viride, has a red and...

Gather ye shamrocks while ye may

Turning green will actually be a good thing this Wednesday, as you'll be showing your...

Seaspice event brings best of culinary and cocktail culture

The Seaspice culinary gala, held on Saturday at The Kimpton's Beach Deck venue, brought local...

Native plants of Cayman

Red Birch; Gumbo Limbo; Tourist Tree / Bursera simaruba BURSERACEAE Tourists are not so visible on the...

Looking through the lens: A family affair

Some years ago, I wrote an article about an extraordinary local photographer you’ve probably heard...

Wheaton’s Way

There are warnings printed on a good number of the items we buy. A few examples:...

Word of the Week

Not only do Caymanians have a distinct dialect, with accents varying from district to district,...

Looking back in time

Everyone talks about the ‘good old days’ when times were simpler. Take a look at...

Grills are heating up for Seaspice culinary event

Tickets for the Seaspice culinary gala, being held at the Kimpton's Beach Deck venue on...

Natural Marine World Tidbits

The largest of all groupers, the goliath, Epinephelus itajara, can reach eight feet in length...

Women-run business supports female artists

When walking around Camana Bay, you'll come across 3 Girls and a Kiln, the colourful...

‘Running for Safety’ book educates women on self-protection

Protection/security specialist and author, Renata Kecskes, has released a new book - 'Running For Safety'...

Deal inked to shoot three films in Cayman

Two overseas production companies have signed a three-movie deal to film on location in Cayman. Producers...

Cayman musician celebrates success (and gold record!)

Once you see Andrew Martin, you won’t soon forget him. A tall, slender drink of water...

Wheaton’s Way

It’s not until you’re watching what you eat that you realise almost all celebrations or...

Pink Ladies fashion show and sale raises funds for NCVO

The Annual Pink Ladies Fashion Show and an accompanying sale involving more than 1,000 items of clothing has raised funds for the National Council of Voluntary Organisations' Children Services.

Breast Cancer Foundation announces new on-island patron

The Cayman Breast Cancer Foundation is proud to announce that Vicki Wheaton will be their...

Word of the Week

Not only do Caymanians have a distinct dialect, with accents varying from district to district,...

Looking back in time

Everyone talks about the ‘good old days’ when times were simpler. Take a look at...

Movie review: ‘Tom & Jerry’

'Tom & Jerry' is the latest live-action/CGI movie featuring everyone’s favourite cat-and-mouse duo; beloved cartoon...

Wheaton Connection: Jo-Anne V. Brown

If you've ever attended a Cayman wedding, upscale party or gala, odds are good you'll...

Godfather of Punk!

Iconic Stooges frontman Iggy Pop may not be particularly tall in stature, but when it...

Wheaton’s Way

Isn’t it interesting how people’s opinions can differ so greatly about some things? Many’s the time...

Raise the flag for Jasmine

This Friday and Saturday, 27 and 28 Feb., you’ll notice an uptick in people sporting...

Batabano events to benefit Dialysis Unit

The Dialysis Unit at the Cayman Islands Hospital has once again been chosen as the...

Word of the Week

Not only do Caymanians have a distinct dialect, with accents varying from district to district,...

Seaspice gala promises culinary feast

The Cayman Islands Tourism Association is hosting a one-night, all-inclusive gourmet gala event called Seaspice...

Wheaton Connection: Elizabeth Chambers

Elizabeth Chambers is a TV personality, celebrity baker, entrepreneur and philanthropist. Founder of BIRD bakery...

Wheaton’s Way

When people ask how my weekend was, I often give the standard reply: “It was...

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