After much anticipation, YARA Global Steakhouse has opened its doors and is already making a mark on Cayman’s culinary map. Attached to the new Margaritaville Beach Resort, YARA is the latest dining attraction on the Seven Mile strip.
Local fans of Electronic Dance Music (EDM) will no doubt remember when Dirty Vegas came to these shores last year. They rocked The Warehouse at the Strand, followed by a sold-out boat party the next day.
Cayman Brac is a favorite weekend getaway for those in Grand Cayman seeking a quieter way of life. With its rocky bluff, caves to explore and no such thing as rush hour traffic, the Brac is an enticing destination and only a quick flight away.
Mum had her special celebration last month; now it’s time to make a fuss over the menfolk for Father’s Day on June 18.
As if we needed any further excuse for diving into Seven Mile’s crystalline waters, the Flowers Sea Swim returns for its 25th anniversary on June 10.
Born and raised in Warwickshire, U.K., artist Kay Smith spends half the year in the U.K. and the other half here in Cayman. For the past 40 years she has been creating a portfolio of artwork, originally inspired by the comics that her brothers read as children.
Two months into her reign, 2017 Miss Cayman, Anika Conolly, took a break from the crown and sat down with the Weekender to catch up about life as queen.
Driving down Esterley Tibbetts Highway on June 6–8, you may notice some rather unusual sights, such as a cluster of placard-waving people clad in brightly colored T-shirts, with even an animal mascot or two.
Cayman’s ultimate casino and cocktail party, Ice on Ice, returns this year with another glittering affair.
Anyone who’s a fan of Trevor Noah at the helm of “The Daily Show” will be thrilled to see he’ll be within throwing distance in West Palm this month, and is it me, or does it seem that Enrique Iglesias and Pitbull are in South Florida every week of the year?