Jenny Gabruch

Jenny Gabruch, Journalist
Jenny Gabruch

Editor – Special Projects

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Jenny has been working in the journalism and communications field for more than 20 years, with experience as a reporter, editor and copywriter for a variety of media. A Canadian national, her background includes working for daily and weekly newspapers, business and travel magazines, corporate communications, public relations, newsletters and on-line media. She holds a bachelor’s degree in journalism and communications.

ARTICLES BY JENNY GABRUCH

Helping those in need

Like most working on the frontlines, it’s been challenging keeping up with demand.

Caymankind nourishes the community

Not all heroes wear a cape. That’s evident in the groundswell of support to help the community in the midst of the coronavirus crisis.

Animal Inspiration

When Taraneh Duval was looking to design a nursery for her son Tristan, she drew inspiration from four watercolour images of animals she loved.
Sue Horrocks conducts the Cayman National Choir

‘A Royal Variety Performance’ offers range of music

For their first concert of the 2020 season, the Cayman National Choir and Orchestra will present A Royal Variety Performance at the Harquail Theatre.

Reach your wellness goals more mindfully

Nowadays it’s common to look to your smartwatch or phone for confirmation that you’ve taken enough steps or eaten the right number of calories on a given day. While tracking apps and devices can be helpful motivators for many, they are not right for everyone.

Eat, bake and be merry

Chef Paula Stonoga shares her recipe for cassava cake, a favourite in Cayman. In days gone by, Caymanians would bake the traditional ‘heavy cakes’...

Baking from the heart

Flour, eggs, butter and sugar may seem like simple ingredients, but for Paula Stonoga it’s a recipe for transformation. The pastry chef at Kirk Market...

Urban-island vibe

When artists Renate and Mikael Seffer began renovating their seaside properties in Breakers, it was like starting with blank canvas. Colourful artworks hang in the...

Woodworks that wow

For Andre Gooden, working with wood has been a life-affirming process. The 33-year-old Caymanian, who goes by the name of Charlito, crafts a variety of...

Creative countertops

When Katia Zaiontchkovsky moved into an older family home in Snug Harbour last fall, she felt the space was ideal for her growing family. But...

Taking the plunge for charity

Steven Sokohl is once again taking the plunge for a good cause. The Cayman Islands resident is planning to join the annual ‘Polar Bear Plunge’...

Woodworks that wow

Young Caymanian taps into his creativity.

Rundown – a taste of tradition

It’s a dish steeped in tradition. Popular in many Caribbean countries, rundown is a hearty and healthy stew that is considered part of Cayman’s cultural...

Pretty in pots

Deanna Look Loy considers herself a collector. But not in the traditional sense. “I am a plant collector, I suppose,” says the avid gardener and...

JOURNAL: What’s new on the green front

Cayman is making strides when it comes to going green. From sustainable construction practices to renewable energy programmes, Cayman is moving forward on the green front.

Ring in those resolutions

It’s that time of the year when people start vowing to improve themselves by making New Year’s resolutions. Whether you are promising to lose weight, get your financial house in order or eat more veggies, the idea is to make that goal happen before 2018 rolls around.

The only calendar you’ll need this Christmas

There are already Christmas items in the shops and festive ads on the television, now that the holiday season is near. The local calendar is filling up with events guaranteed to get people in the holiday spirit, beginning with the Christmas tree lighting at Camana Bay on Saturday.

The only calendar you’ll need this Christmas

There are already Christmas items in the shops and festive ads on the television, now that the holiday season is near. The local calendar is filling up with events guaranteed to get people in the holiday spirit, beginning with the Christmas tree lighting at Camana Bay on Saturday.

Volunteers make their mark

From camaraderie and meeting new people to learning new skills and imparting island traditions, the reasons people volunteer with the Cayman National Cultural Foundation are many and varied.

Getting a close shave for cancer

Parents and supporters will be shaving their heads to raise awareness of childhood cancer.

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