Vicki Wheaton Vicki Wheaton Editor – Living & What’s Hot Weekly
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It is the kind of success every author dreams of, but rarely realises: a smash hit first novel.
It all comes down to this Saturday. A group of female scuba divers will attempt to break the world record they set last year for the number of women diving at once, forming an underwater chain.
Manny Pacquiao may be turning 41 this December, but he clearly is not quite ready to step down from the ring.
If classic rock music is your jam, head to Club Havana this Saturday night to groove to the musical stylings of Sugardaddi band.
The evening temperatures are perfect for outdoor events at this time of the year and with the kids out of school, Camana Bay is bringing back its ‘Moonlight and Movies’ series.
Most people are familiar with the phrase ‘one person’s trash is another person’s treasure’, which can certainly be applied to a clothing swap event.
Thanks to overwhelming support and over $15,000 raised last year, KidFest is back on Saturday at Pedro St. James for its second run.
Those who are not away for the public holiday weekend can head to Camana Bay on Monday evening.
It seems that two organisations will be vying for participants this Saturday when the Cayman Drama Society and One Dog At A Time host their respective murder mystery nights.
Can it really be that time again? Yes, indeed – the Flowers Sea Swim is celebrating 27 years this Saturday along Seven Mile Beach, when swimmers of all ages and nationalities take to the open water in a flurry of arms and legs.
The voice, the smile and those twinkling eyes are unmistakable. In combination, they can only be found in one person: Kelsey Grammer.
Chef, TV personality and author Anthony Bourdain touched people around the world with the way he eschewed fancy dining in favour of the heart and soul that went into local dishes from far flung countries.
World Oceans Day is celebrated across the globe on 8 June each year and the Central Caribbean Marine Institute is bringing the festivities to Cayman again in 2019.
How is your level of wellness? Does stress constantly get you down? Are you putting your health and well-being on the back burner?
Bollywood lovers will be happy to see that there are no fewer than three films from those particular studios this month, covering everything from action to romance.
Members of Rotaract Blue, the service club with a membership of 18-30 year-olds, created a night of glitz and glamour at Ristorante Pappagallo on Saturday night.
Lovers of flowers and all things horticultural should head to Jasmine on West Bay Road on Saturday for the Horticultural and Floral Exhibition, courtesy of the Garden Club of Grand Cayman.
Anyone who is a fan of the silver screen will know the importance of music in the movies.
Cayman’s favourite rock band – Ratskyn – is celebrating its ruby anniversary this year.
This is definitely the time of year for carnival. Believe it or not, the streets of Cayman will once again come alive with colour this weekend when the CayMas Carnival bands strut their stuff.