After the magic of “A Playhouse Family Christmas,” the stage has been set – literally – for the Cayman Drama Society’s next production.
Members of the Sailing Club and sailing enthusiasts are in for a treat this Saturday. Dawn Riley, one of the world’s best known adventurer-sailors, the pioneering CEO of a winning America’s Cup team and current America’s Cup challenge American Magic participant, will be speaking at an exclusive event.
Taste of Cayman Food and Drink Festival announced this week that tribute band Simply Queen will be the headline act at its Jan. 26 event.
January is always a time for a mixed bag of films. Even though it is typically a month where nary a blockbuster will be found, sometimes a gem or two will surprise you.
It may seem odd to have major culinary events in January, the month when everyone is trying to drop the pounds from the indulgences of the previous weeks. On the other hand, it is a great way to avoid the post-festive season blues.
It is now 2019 and you have resolved to change some of your bad habits. Whether it is spending money willy nilly or eating junk morning, noon and night, your weakness may be tough to combat, particularly in the long run.
It was a time of peace symbols, love and terrific music (followed by huge lapels, bell bottoms and sparkly balls).
Where to go on New Year’s Eve? That’s the question everyone asks themselves in December and now the date is fast approaching.
New Year’s Eve is just around the corner – hard to believe we are already at the end of 2018.
I am happy to admit that I have been a cruiser for a number of years now. My friend Lynne Firth and I took our first cruise on Cunard’s QEII in 2000 when we had a porthole cabin the size of a large sandwich.