Music lovers are set to enjoy a night of iconic reggae music on Saturday when Monster Media and Royal Palms host the One Love Beachfront Concert on Seven Mile Beach.
One of the most anticipated annual events on-island, the Agricultural Show, returns this month for its 51st year, taking place on the public holiday Wednesday, with the gates opening at 7:30 a.m. As usual, the show will be a day out for the whole family, providing a wonderful setting for attendees to interact with local farmers and artisans.
The tropical evenings of the Cayman Islands may not have much in common with the cool, dry nights of California’s Monterey Bay, but as Slow Food South Sound members were recently reminded, Cayman’s warm nights and ocean views pair well with a chilled glass of Californian Sauvignon Blanc.
Canadian lawyer and author Douglas Schofield is well known in the Cayman Islands for his novels, which he wrote and published while spending many years practicing law here.
Valentine’s Day can be a special one with the person you love, but it can also bring some unwelcome pressure with it. If you are the couple that doesn’t celebrate it, so much the better; however, if either or both of you considers it a date to be recognized, make sure you get your ducks in a row.
Cayman has a new standard for rating movies that originate locally.
“We’re in the Cayman Islands. We’ve been catching some big mutton snappers – I mean some pretty good-sized ones, too,” fisherman Jimmy Houston says in front of a camera on Wednesday morning on board the 32-foot boat Killin’ Time.
The journeys collide on a table littered with shards of plates and pottery in a room at the Cayman Islands National Museum.
The artwork of Brandon Saunders, an 18-year-old student at St. Ignatius Catholic School, has been added to the permanent collection at the National Gallery of the Cayman Islands.
A 5,000-strong crowd gathered on Camana Bay’s Festival Green last Saturday to sample the very best of local produce and culinary creativity.