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National Gallery reopens with three exhibition experiences

Now, more than ever, access to the arts and a safe space for reflection and healing are needed in order to grapple with the...

Online charity auction to support ARK

If you’ve been itching for some retail therapy, you might want to sign up for the online charity auction happening on Thursday from 5-8pm. Provenance...

Cayman Spirits Company creates delicious rum creams

When the lockdown came into effect in Cayman, the Cayman Spirits Company didn’t just sit on its laurels; it found a way to create...

National Museum welcoming visitors once again

If you have an interest in the history of the Cayman Islands and want to learn more, a visit to the Cayman Islands National...

Dive Site of the Week

Sand Chute is one of four historical sand-loss areas found on the west side of Grand Cayman. This unique feature was first discovered by diving legends Kem Jackson...

Wheaton’s Way

If there’s one thing I’ve learned from COVID-19, it’s that you need to choose your shelter-in-place partner very carefully. Odds are good that at some...

Climbing Everest, one stair at a time

The well-known saying may be, ‘If the mountain will not come to Muhammad, then Muhammad must go to the mountain,’ but in this case,...

Native Plant of the Week

Phyllanthus caymanensis PHYLLANTHACEAE Height: 10 feet high x 6 feet wide Growth habit: Full and round Flowers: A single small white/pink-throated flower is born in the leaf...

Natural marine world tidbits

One of my favourite marine creatures, the Scrawled Filefish (Aluterus scriptus), beams with bright blue iridescent patterns. Usually found in pairs, these fish are not...

Word of the Week

Not only do Caymanians have a distinct dialect, with accents varying from district to district, but they also have many unique words, pronunciations and...

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