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Leading up to the public holiday weekend, Camana Bay starts its Digital Easter Egg Hunt on Monday, running through Easter Sunday. Entering the competition is...
Dart Real Estate has announced plans for its 10-storey Kapok apartment building, saying it will include 89 rental flats ranging from studios to three-bedroom floor plans.
If ever you've wondered how Santa Claus keeps his bowlful-of-jelly in check, all will be revealed this Saturday at Camana Bay. From 6:30am, a sea...
It is easier than ever to take in the arts at Camana Bay with the opening of a new pop-up exhibit - 'Innovate' -...
Intertrust will relocate 150 staff, in early 2021, to the top-floor offices of One Nexus Way, Camana Bay’s newest commercial building.
Health City and Doctors Hospital are opening medical centres in Camana Bay.
If you've been walking around Camana Bay recently - on a Wednesday or Saturday - you may have heard some live music wafting through...
Cayman’s largest investor, Dart Enterprises, issued a statement Tuesday emphasising its long-term commitment to the Cayman Islands.
There was an eerie stillness to the usually bustling George Town waterfront this week.
At one of Cayman’s biggest businesses, the conversation about congestion is going beyond talk. Dart’s internal innovation unit, known as Dart Labs, is road testing solutions.
Cayman’s traffic congestion woes are as much about where people live and work as they are about the number of cars they own.
The latest expansion of Camana Bay with a five-storey office building to the west of Dart’s headquarters on Nexus Way and a 10-storey, for-lease...
The Central Planning Department has approved Cayman Shores Development Ltd applications for a new 10-storey apartment building and a new five-storey office block as...
The Camana Bay Harbour came to life with Christmas cheer at the annual Parade of Lights Festival on Saturday night. Boats decorated with festive lights...
Camana Bay hosts a slew of festive events from now through Christmas and guests of all ages are encouraged to participate in a range...
Rains fail to dampen yuletide cheer at the Camana Bay annual Christmas tree lighting at the Crescent on Saturday night.
Now in its seventh year, the three-hour shopping event runs from 5-8pm at Camana Bay Town Centre, with around 15 shops and restaurants taking part.
Eclipze Hair Design & Day Spa is once again raising awareness – and funds – for breast cancer by opening its doors on Sunday, 20 Oct. for its annual Cut-a-Thon.
The sounds of reggae, soca and dancehall echoed through Camana Bay on Saturday night as stars such as Skip Marley took to the Festival Green stage in the SumSplash summer music festival.
Organisers are inviting people to wear red to the ‘Light the sky red’ event on Sunday, 29 Sept., from 6pm to 9pm.
American coffeehouse chain Starbucks is opening its first store in Cayman at Camana Bay on Thursday.
Police are appealing for witnesses to Sunday night’s fatal boat crash in which Emmanuel Brown, 49, and John Turner, 70, were killed.
It was the kind of reception usually reserved for visiting celebrities. A line of people snaked outside the door of Books & Books, Friday, many of them clutching copies of the hard-back version of ‘The Confessions of Frannie Langton’ for the author to sign.
The evening temperatures are perfect for outdoor events at this time of the year and with the kids out of school, Camana Bay is bringing back its ‘Moonlight and Movies’ series.
Fireworks erupt at Camana Bay on Monday night as part of the celebrations for the Constitution Day public holiday.
The flood-prone and often overcrowded Cayman Islands Humane Society will be moving to a new purpose-built shelter in Camana Bay.
Those who are not away for the public holiday weekend can head to Camana Bay on Monday evening.
Relocating a more than 50-foot tree, roots and all, is no easy task. It takes careful pruning, attention and some heavy equipment.
There were fewer fish than a lot of participants were hoping for, but plenty of cash awards as the first Cayman Billfish Rundown wrapped up three days of competition on Friday.
Haines, an avid distance runner and fundraiser, is inviting the public to his final fundraiser on Thursday, 23 May, at Abacus restaurant in Camana Bay in support of his eight-week quest across the Pyrenees mountain range from Hendaye to Banyuls-sur-Mer, France, in support of the Special Needs Foundation Cayman.
Project officials broke ground Friday on Camana Bay’s first for-sale residential development, known as ‘OLEA’.
The Cayman Islands Kids Gaelic Football Club will be celebrating the St. Patrick’s Day weekend with a free kids fun day, Saturday, from 11 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. at the football pitch at Cayman International School, Camana Bay.
Scores of men strutted their stuff for charity on Friday, donning high heels to parade through Camana Bay for the annual “A Walk in Her Shoes” fundraiser for the Cayman Islands Crisis Centre.
Arch Automotive has launched a new car-sharing service for people who live and work in Camana Bay. Developed in partnership with Dart Labs, the new service called ZÜN uses advanced technologies to deliver the convenience of car ownership without all of the associated cost.
The Dart group hopes to turn a cottage on the old Coral Caymanian property on Seven Mile Beach into a bar and restaurant.
It has long been accepted that giving a child the gift of music can improve their learning skills in other school subjects, particularly mathematics.
The Cayman Islands is a successful and well-known offshore financial center, as well as a popular tourism hot spot, but economic growth in recent years has been driven by an entirely different industry: construction.
The two drivers of the Cayman Islands economy – financial services and tourism – are powerful, but they are also vulnerable to shifting winds, both metaphorically (attitudes toward “tax havens”) and meteorologically (devastating hurricanes).
Cayman’s largest international fashion event in a decade is coming to Camana Bay on Thursday, Dec. 6, at 6 p.m., as luxury retailer NKY celebrates 10 years of fashion at Camana Bay with proceeds benefiting Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Cayman Islands.
We encourage all our readers to get in the spirit, to share the goodwill that is beginning to make its annual appearance on these little islands, and to take the time to enjoy this most joyous time of the year.
With the touch of a button, Camana Bay turned into a festive wonderland Saturday as thousands gathered at the Crescent for the annual Christmas tree lighting ceremony.
Holiday cards designed by Bella Grieff, left, and Chloe Connolly are now available for purchase at Books & Books in Camana Bay.
Camana Bay is hosting a special showing of “The Grinch” to support local families in need over the holiday season as part of its annual Christmas Give. The community is invited to be first to see the new movie and participate in other activities while supporting the cause.
Who doesn’t love dressing up for Halloween? It isn’t just for kids anymore - adults get into it enthusiastically, some planning their costumes for weeks before the date.
With the recent passing of Burt Reynolds, it seems that this MOvember, more than ever, men should be sporting their MOs (moustaches) with pride. MOvember is an annual international fundraising effort that also raises awareness about cancers that affect men.
Registration is open to participate in Cayman 27’s annual Parade of Lights at Camana Bay.
The Save Our Youth Foundation is getting ready to host its fourth annual Monster Dash 5K Walk/Run fundraiser at Camana Bay, on Saturday, Oct. 20.
There are two films I am really keen to see this month: “Venom” and “A Star Is Born.”
What is the best way to get a jump on all the other Oktoberfest celebrations? Hold yours in September!
A documentary film about the pressures of development on the marine environment of the Cayman Islands will be screened at the movie theater at Camana Bay, Saturday.
This weekend, we have new and old music from Barefoot Man with the release of his latest CD. Then check out Cayman's amateur mixologists as they prepare for an epic match.
Spectators cheered, whistled, hollered and pumped up the 20 athletes who lifted barbells carrying weights of 200 to 300 pounds in Olympic-style weight lifting in Camana Bay this weekend.
Literacy Month is back to celebrate and encourage a love of reading among youth across the Cayman Islands. This year, the theme focuses on mysteries, covering everything from “The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes” to local favorite “Pedro and The Treasure Map” by Erin Connelly.
Yoga by the bay is as peaceful as it sounds. Imagine a cool breeze and lapping water and you’ll have an idea of what it is like to stretch the stress away with the sunrise and sunset outdoor yoga classes offered by Align and Camana Bay.
Literacy Month is returning to Camana Bay this September to encourage a love of reading among young people across the Cayman Islands.
Steve Higgins & Friends will return to the Cayman Islands early next month to help raise funds for cancer-related programs on island.
In this edition of The Weekender, get some cocktail inspiration from the Stoli Master Todd Shipster of Cracked Conch. Or enjoy Culture at the Cinema, with a showing of the timeless ballet, Giselle. For foodies, we have a review of Agua restaurant, now located in Camana Bay.
When I heard that Agua Restaurant was moving to Camana Bay, I wasn’t sure how I felt about the decision.
Despite Cayman’s reputation for being pricey, these islands are packed with cheap and cheerful ways to keep everyone entertained, helping you save up for the bigger things.
There are plenty of ways to beat the heat this weekend. Explore Cayman's latest brewery, 19-81 Brewing Company, the movie listings at Camana Bay and the Harbour House Marine Boat Show.
Dart Real Estate and NCB Group on Thursday announced they have entered into a joint venture partnership to develop the first residential properties for sale in Camana Bay.
Law firm Solomon Harris has moved offices to a new location in Camana Bay.
Carlo Lee, 29, the artist who created the 8-foot-high elephant trash sculpture that appeared recently along Esterley Tibbetts Highway, in a field just north of Lime Tree Bay Avenue, said he wanted to make a point about Cayman’s trash issue.
It's a great weekend for film fans in Grand Cayman. Friday night kicks off with mini CayFilm, featuring local filmmakers. Then there's an action-packed lineup of movies at Camana Bay Cinema.
It’s all about the fathers this weekend. Weekender Editor Vicki Wheaton shares the best spots to spoil your dad this Father’s Day, including the Marriott's night market. On Saturday, don’t miss the annual Flowers Sea Swim on Seven Mile Beach.
Bartenders for Camana Bay restaurants recently went through several hours of training on how to tell when patrons have had enough to drink.
It’s our favorite time once again: the weekend! And this weekend promises plenty of fun. Weekender Editor Vicki Wheaton shares the details on the Women in White dinner, the Great Lionfish Caper at VIVO, the Tails and Ales fundraiser and more.
After more than 50 years of operating its headquarters in downtown George Town, Scotiabank and Trust (Cayman) held a grand opening event on Thursday for its new “digital branch” in Camana Bay.
They say that diamonds are a girl’s best friend, which is why the annual Ice on Ice event is always so popular.
The Junior Batabano Pan on Parade Concert has been rescheduled for Saturday, May 12 at 4 p.m. The pre-Mother's Day event will take place at the Crescent at Camana Bay and will include music from St. Ignatius Catholic School, Grace Christian Academy, and Pan ‘n’ Riddim.
Foster’s Food Fair IGA and Dart Real Estate representatives broke ground at a new Foster’s store in Camana Bay Friday.
Here in Cayman, where the flowers remain vibrant all the year round, we have our own season of growth to celebrate – economically, that is – as dozens of exciting development projects are springing up.