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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...

Care to play Bingo Bells at Craft?

Grab your dauber and make your way to Craft Food & Beverage Co. on Wednesday for Bingo Bells - a Christmas-themed game to raise...

Pete Ribbins Memorial Ride & Run now in 8th year

Every year, bikers, walkers and runners gather to take to the road for a great cause, in honour of the late Pete Ribbins, past...

Wheaton’s Way

It’s nearly the most wonderful time of the year... unless you’re trying to track down that one rogue bulb that’s throwing a spanner into...

Avast! Buccaneers be here, mateys!

It would seem it takes more than a pandemic to stop the pirates, as after launching the Grand Cayman festivities at Hard Rock and...

Natural Marine World Tidbits

The French angelfish, Pomacanthus paru, grows to about one foot in length and can be found in waters from the Bahamas to Brazil. Its striking...

Children’s book supports school charity programme

Local author Lauren Robinson newly published work, ‘Thank you, RAIN CLOUD’, is a colourful and uplifting light read for children, with 100% of early...

Culture at the Cinema: ‘Coriolanus’

Ever since Camana Bay Cinema started its Culture at the Cinema series, featuring recordings of live National Theatre productions, it has screened its fair...

Philanthropist enables National Gallery to acquire Bendel Hydes artworks

Thanks to the generosity of the National Gallery of the Cayman Islands' chairperson and patron, Susan A. Olde, OBE, the gallery has managed to...

Consumed by Marc Laurenson

‘Consumed’, a solo exhibition by artist Marc Laurenson, opened at the National Gallery of the Cayman Islands on Saturday. Laurenson, known professionally as Stoak’d, works...

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