Anyone from across the pond or a lover of pub food will be well familiar with Fidel Murphy’s Pub in Queen’s Court Plaza. With its endless ye olde Irish paraphernalia on shelves and walls, the requisite dartboard, draft taps, beer garden and even a “fireplace,” Fidel’s brings comfort in the form of football and food to all who enter its doors.
The islanders in French Polynesia say Bora Bora is where God vacations. In ancient times, the island was called “Pora pora mai te pora,” meaning “created by the gods” in the local Tahitian dialect. Well, I am not God or even a very godly person, but I dropped anchor there several times back when I went through my nautical phase of life.
Yoga by the bay is as peaceful as it sounds. Imagine a cool breeze and lapping water and you’ll have an idea of what it is like to stretch the stress away with the sunrise and sunset outdoor yoga classes offered by Align and Camana Bay.
The local entertainment community is mourning the loss of one of their own. Charles “Greggie” Gregory, who was a musician, singer, sound engineer and owner of Hopscotch Studios, passed away on Sunday.
This week, discover how one young man used artificial intelligence to detect invasive lionfish. Or take a tour of the Cayman Spirits Co. and learn about ocean-aged rum.
Bob Soto was a leader and teacher of scuba diving and his name is legendary in the industry. In order to pass his passion for the sport onto others, the Bob Soto Memorial Scuba Scholarship has been created and will be awarded to one lucky young Caymanian.
Like any great Caribbean tale, the story of Cayman Spirits Co. and its signature Seven Fathoms rum starts at sea. While the company itself got its start in 2007, the origins of its rum can be traced back to Cayman’s seafaring days.
Twenty-year-old Matthew Elphinstone, who has been interning with NeuralStudio SECZ in Cayman, has successfully created a proof of concept for a device that uses Artificial Intelligence to recognize lionfish.
A Grammatophyllum speciosum, believed to be the largest species of orchid in the world, is flowering at the Queen Elizabeth II Botanic Park.
The Cayman Islands Postal Services has released a new set of stamps to commemorate the 50th anniversary of Cayman Airways.