Cayman in Focus: CayFilm

Highlights of the CayFilm festival over the weekend included workshops with movie professionals who have worked on some of the most famous films of all time, including “Star Wars,” “Raiders of the Lost Ark” and “The Shining."

Miss Universe’s visit to Cayman

Miss Universe Pia Wurtzbach spent last weekend in Grand Cayman, meeting compatriots from the Philippines at the Pinoy Pride Independence Month celebration, meeting potential Miss Cayman contestants at the Lobster Pot and greeting many Cayman Islands residents.

Cayman in Focus: Island Living

Hundreds consumers and vendors came out to Cayman 27’s annual Island Living trade show on Friday and Saturday.

Cayman in Focus: Isy B. fashion show

Cayman Islands fashion designer Isy B. launched her new collection on a runway in front of Sand Angels in Camana Bay on June 2.

Carnival time in Cayman

Thousands of carnival-goers dressed in the distinctive, colorful costumes of Batabano, filled the streets of Grand Cayman on Saturday as the country came together for the annual festival.

Cayman in Focus: Junior Batabano takes to the roads

A week before the main Batabano carnival, students donned headdresses, beads and elaborate costumes for the Neverland-themed Junior Batabano parade, Saturday

Cayman in Focus: HospiceCare fundraiser

Nearly 300 people turned out for the annual Cayman HospiceCare fundraiser Friday night at West Bay’s Ristorante Pappagallo.

In Focus: Slow Food Day

Slow Food Day 2016 took place at Camana Bay on Saturday. It featured a morning segment where local chefs provided free tastes of the food prepared using local ingredients; an afternoon “Kids’ Culinary Challenge;” and a dinner event featuring two award-winning guest chefs.

100 women strong

The Cayman Islands chapter of 100 Women in Hedge Funds celebrated their annual fundraising gala Saturday night at Tiki Beach, with top finance professionals attending the fundraiser, now in its third consecutive year.

Exhibition opening marks a milestone

It was a packed house at the The National Gallery recently with over 200 guests eager to take in its newest exhibition, Native Sons – Twenty Years On.
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