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‘Not Now, Darling’

The hilarious “Not Now, Darling,” a farce by Ray Cooney and John Chapman, opens the 2017 season at the Cayman Drama Society’s Prospect Playhouse on Feb. 23.

Kimpton’s Chef’s Counter brings gastronomic delights

The Kimpton Chef’s Counter can accommodate up to 10 diners, offering a personalized encounter with the chefs and mixologists in the open kitchen. You can see the food being prepped and cooked before you, as you are entertained by servers who make sure your glass is kept full at all times.

Exploring ‘The Art of the Cayman Islands’

Somewhere between 2008 and 2012, Randy Chollette’s brain exploded. It remains a mystery as to what happened, but National Gallery of the Cayman Islands (NGCI) Director Natalie Urquhart may know. In her superb, 100-page “The Art of the Cayman Islands,” Ms. Urquhart curates dozens and dozens of pictures - bright, concise and detailed photographs of artwork drawn from NGCI’s permanent collection and unnamed “private holdings.”

Taste of Cayman winners announced

For the second year in a row, Seven at The Ritz-Carlton won the people’s choice award of Cayman’s Favourite Restaurant at Taste of Cayman, held on the Festival Green, Camana Bay on Jan. 28. For the second year in a row, Seven at The Ritz-Carlton won the people’s choice award of Cayman’s Favourite Restaurant at Taste of Cayman, held on the Festival Green, Camana Bay on Jan. 28.

‘Cayman Hustle’ is labor of love

Writing a book takes time, effort and a level of commitment that is not for the faint of heart. Many say they will write a book, however, most will never take one to its final, published state. Devi Di Guida is a first-time author whose hard work and dedication has paid off in the form of her published novel, “The Cayman Hustle.”

Be my Valentine

If you are one of the lucky people dating someone on the most romantic day of the year, Valentine’s Day, then perhaps you are preparing to do something other than sitting at home over a pot noodle discussing your workday.

Mixologist from Chicago wins challenge

The Taste of Cayman Food & Drink Festival, held Jan. 28 on the Festival Green, Camana Bay, featured a number of competitions that ran through the day and into the evening. The Seven Fathoms Cayman Rum Challenge expanded to include international competitors this year.

Tennis Legends take to courts

The hugely popular Legends tennis event returns to Festival Green in Camana Bay for one night only on Feb. 17 with an exciting lineup of men’s singles and mixed doubles featuring some of the biggest names in the game.

Jazz, classical music highlight Cayman Arts Festival

The Dama Trio from Italy and the Juilliard Jazz Ensemble, as the two main concerts, as well as local talent performing in fringe events, are among the highlights of the upcoming Cayman Arts Festival.

Carlene Davis: trailblazing woman

By now, word has got about that Carlene Davis, international recording artist, will be performing at the Lions Centre on Feb. 10. What people may not know, however, is that the talented singer and musician has lived an extraordinary life, blazing trails for female performers.
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