Weekender Editor Vicki Wheaton highlights upcoming concerts in south Florida, the Eclipze Cut-a-Thon, Oktoberfest and more.
The Committee of Hope welcomes all hedge fund professionals to network at their fourth annual Oktoberfest event, to be held on Oct. 5 at Craft F&B Co.
Going out for dinner, or dinner and a movie, has always been a date night ritual. Cayman is blessed with so many amazing restaurants, that it has been dubbed the Culinary Capital of the Caribbean – which is why Restaurant Month is highly anticipated every year.
Tom Cruise is back on the big screen, perhaps trying to redeem himself after the uninspiring “Mummy” release earlier this year. So far, critic buzz is pretty positive about his performance in “American Made”; let’s see if the box office follows suit.
Wow. Things are getting very eclectic when it comes to concerts. Chris Isaak on one date and Twiztid on another? Neil Sedaka and Matisyahu? I’d like to find the person who would attend every single one of these; they would have very varied taste in music.
When you first entered the Karoo breezeway, you might have thought you’d gone back in time. Peace-sign making hippies, bearing a vague resemblance to employees you know from Intertrust, declared love for all while handing you a “Hippie Juice.”
Eclipze Hair Design & Day Spa will be holding its 17th Annual Cut-A-Thon on Sunday to raise money for Breast Cancer awareness.
Weekender Editor Vicki Wheaton gives the latest on upcoming fundraisers and other events on Cayman's social calendar.
Bald is beautiful, so they say, and if that was the case, there will be nothing more beautiful than the sight a local audience will behold this Friday.
If you’ve been looking for a way to give back to the community, the National Trust has the answer. The Cute for Cayman fundraising campaign, created to protect Iggy the Iguana and his blue buddies from extinction, helps you “pay when you’re pampered.”