In 1977, after a very long absence, pirates once again landed on the shores of Grand Cayman, zealously disembarking their ships and trawling the streets of George Town, swords raised.
The Red Violinist is returning to Cayman. After her last sold-out performance during the Cayman Arts Festival in 2016, Elizabeth Pitcairn will once again be enchanting local audiences on Nov. 3. Those who attend the event will also have the privilege of seeing her famous Stradivarius.
The team at the Cayman National Cultural Foundation is putting the finishing touches on its latest production, “Moon On A Rainbow Shawl” – an Obie Award-winning play by Trinidadian actor and playwright Errol John.
With the beautiful backdrop of the Caribbean Sea and the elegant ambiance that defines Grand Old House as a true Cayman favorite, the Central Caribbean Marine Institute (CCMI) will be going all out for the Festival of Seas Awards and Gala on Saturday.
A special premiere of the new movie “The Grinch” will kick off Camana Bay’s annual holiday charitable initiative, the Christmas Give.
Santa Claus arrived a little early this year for Chloe Connolly, 9, and Bella Grieff, 15. On Tuesday, the two girls were announced as winners of a Christmas card design contest, which is part of a fundraising drive for Hannah’s Heroes.
Camana Bay is hosting a special showing of “The Grinch” to support local families in need over the holiday season as part of its annual Christmas Give. The community is invited to be first to see the new movie and participate in other activities while supporting the cause.
The annual Poppy Appeal fundraiser for local veterans gets under way in earnest this weekend.
Who doesn’t love dressing up for Halloween? It isn’t just for kids anymore - adults get into it enthusiastically, some planning their costumes for weeks before the date.
After a very quiet month for live music, South Florida is coming alive again with many different acts in town. It seems to be nostalgia time as bands from the ‘80s and ‘90s are popping up all over the place.