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‘One White, One Black’ lauded by audiences

'One White, One Black', a play written by Cayman’s Frank McField, was recently showcased at the Harquail Theatre and Cayman Cabana. It opened on 15...

Get to the Greek night at Cayman Cabana

Cayman Cabana in George Town is well known for its 'locavore' cuisine, with island dishes created from fresh local ingredients. On Wednesdays, however, the recipes...

Business owners assess Hurricane Delta damage

Business owners along Grand Cayman’s south-western coastline are counting their blessings, despite having to clean up from damage left in the wake of Hurricane Delta.

Culinary delights

Ricotta and spinach are typically known as one of the most classic vegetarian pairings in Italian cooking; however, Cayman Cabana puts a Caymanian twist on this classic.

Court monitors charges against employers

An employer whose company has been before the courts since 2008 on pension charges had another company mentioned this week for charges of a similar nature.

High seas batter Grand Cayman’s west coast

Cayman waterfront businesses were working Sunday to clean up and repair their premises after winds and high waves battered George Town, Seven Mile Beach and West Bay over the weekend.

Major Lazer’s Walshy Fire is coming to Cayman

Gird your loins, music fans – Walshy Fire of Major Lazer is returning to Cayman Cabana for the last Friday of 2018, on Dec. 28.

‘Floatopia’ comes to Cayman Cabana

Why is the water there? For floating upon, of course! This Saturday, the waters around Cayman Cabana will be filled with colorful inflatables from noon to midnight, encouraging partygoers to relax and chill on a hot day.

Taste of Cayman: 30 years strong

Just when we thought our waistlines would have a chance to recover from the festive season, along comes another gastronomic event to tempt us.

Four young defendants sentenced for 2015 burglary, one jailed for robbery

Four young people were sentenced last week for burglary at a George Town bar, with one of them going to prison for a mugging committed the same night. The offenses occurred in 2015.

Celebrity visitors to talk ‘Incarceration Nations’

Those looking for a more cerebral, yet entertaining way to spend their Friday night can treat themselves to an evening of conversation and music at Cayman Cabana, starting at 7:30 p.m.

Shades of carnival at Cayman Cabana

Carnival season has begun, so party people and soca freaks are invited to grab their shades and head for good music and good food at a “Time to Fete” - the 4th annual Shades event, hosted by Cayman Bacchanal in collaboration with Cayman Cabana Oceanside RestoBar this Saturday.

Fireworks to usher in new year

Expect plenty of fireworks around New Year's Eve.

Extra hour for licensed premises on New Year's Eve

The Liquor Licensing Board granted revisions to a number of licenses after hearing applications at its quarterly meeting Friday.

Hotels, restaurants profit from Pirates Week, seek better coordination

Hotels and restaurants close to the George Town waterfront reported a successful Pirates Week, although some said better coordination was necessary between businesses and the official celebration committee.

Waterfront restaurant Breezes reopens

Pirates Week festival-goers can once again monitor the events with refreshments in hand from the balcony of Breezes by the Bay restaurant on the George Town waterfront.

Table Talk Awards take center stage

The Brasserie, Blue Cilantro and The Ritz-Carlton, Grand Cayman came away as the big winners of the inaugural Cayman Islands edition of the Jamaica Observer Table Talk Food Awards, each garnering three awards.

Go coconuts over Farm to Table dinner

Those who crave the noble coconut in all its forms can head to Cayman Cabana this Thursday, Oct. 29 for its 'Coconut Inspired' Farm-to-Table dinner.

Liquor thief pleads guilty to assault, wounding

A man pleaded guilty in Summary Court last week to thefts from Cayman Cabana Restaurant and Bar and Cayman Distributors Liquor Outlet.

Reef restoration in home stretch but volunteers still needed

It’s been a long, hard road, but organizers and volunteers of the “Magic Reef” restoration say their work on repairing the coral reef damaged by a cruise ship anchor drop more than a year ago is paying off.

Event to showcase work of 'Magic Reef' volunteers

Volunteers working to restore the coral reef off George Town that was damaged by a cruise ship anchor will be hosting an information session Friday night to let the public know how the restoration is coming along.

Several tourism improvements discussed with liquor board

A number of new developments in the tourism and restaurant business were discussed during Thursday’s meeting of the Liquor Licensing Board of Grand Cayman.

Man charged with burglary, liquor theft

A man charged with burglary of a North Church Street bar and theft from an Eastern Avenue liquor store is scheduled to have his bail application heard on Tuesday.

Mango festival features more than fruit

Mango-lovers will be treated to a festival featuring the “king of fruits” on Saturday at Cayman Cabana.

Fundraising event helps Cayman's future performers

Selita Ebanks hosts a fundraising event for George Town Primary School, raising funds to equip a new theater at the school.

Stabbing outside local bar

A local fisherman was stabbed in downtown George Town Saturday night, the Royal Cayman Islands Police confirmed.

Feel the island rhythm of Batabano

Are you ready for the electrifying energy of Cayman Carnival Batabano this weekend?

Cayman Islands Fashion Week rocks the island

The fifth Cayman Islands Fashion Week was a whirlwind of celebrity events, including Saturday’s “Fashion Rocks” catwalk show hosted by Caymanian TV actress Grace Gealey and photographer and former model Nigel Barker.

Stars to host Fashion Week show

Events at Cayman Islands Fashion Week

If you're single and you know it, grab a fork!

Single diners need not stay at home or in their hotels to eat alone. There are great dining experiences to be enjoyed around Grand Cayman where singles can mingle.

Cayman's growing gun culture

The conventional wisdom historically has always been that there are very few illegal firearms in Grand Cayman. This assumption, however, seems to reflect the Cayman Islands of yesterday, not the reality of today.

Police: Two late-night robberies connected

Local police investigate two armed robberies in George Town over the weekend.

Happy hour to eradicate polio

Cayman’s four Rotary and two Rotaract clubs are appealing to the public to attend a free fundraiser on Oct. 24 to help wipe out polio.

Armed robberies plague popular tourist venues

Concerns rise among tourists, residents and the business community as armed holdups and burglaries increase.

Armed robberies in tourism district

A pair of armed robberies this week in high visibility tourism areas concern local business owners.

Noise complaints voiced at licensing board meeting

During its annual general meeting, the Liquor Licensing Board hears concerns about noise from several local venues.

Jason Kennedy makes his mark

Emerging artist Jason Kennedy is exhibiting his artwork for the month of September at Full of Beans

Meade must wait for NBA call

Basketball’s fun side got another airing with the “Shooting Stars” tournament that attracted players of all ages and abilities.

Cabana wall art turns heads in George Town

A talented artist has transformed the blank canvas of the whitewashed walls of a waterfront bar into a vibrant mural that is turning heads in George Town.

Cayman Islands Fashion Week: 
Style, glitz and glamor

Cayman Islands Fashion Week, from April 19-27, features a host of fashion-forward events

Edwards: Surf Challenge will go on

The organizer of East End’s biggest jet ski race intends to keep the event going.

Surf Challenge returns for fun

The annual East End Surf Challenge is on this weekend and although the jet skiing races are on Monday, Heroes Day, all the fun starts on Friday.

Counting your blessings

Special events surround Cayman Thanksgiving.

Yo, ho, ho and a bottle of rum, the swashbucklers be near!

Just in case you didn't know, Pirates Week is upon us, so don your boots and tricorn hat and prepare to be invaded.

Little Cayman study shows success of lionfish culling

Lionfish hunters are having a dramatic effect in protecting reef fish from the voracious predators, results from two years of field studies in Little Cayman show.

Funding concerns a blow to program

Kendall and Tafari Ebanks once again gave impressive performances when they fought at home for the first time this year over the weekend but the boxing program is sorely under funded and needs a cash injection badly to continue.

Cuban fighters close in on our lions

Cuba has a legendary amateur boxing program that countries worldwide try to emulate.

Cubans won’t let us off the hook

Cayman Islands boxers Kendall Ebanks and Tafari Ebanks are establishing themselves internationally to the point that they were invited to compete in the Elite Continental Championships in Chile.

Key West hook up

Cayman boxers Tafari Ebanks and Kendall Ebanks are in Florida training in preparation for the Continental Championships in Chile next week.

Round one offered up Cabana knockout for many fight fans

A local boxing fundraiser clobbered expectations.

Cabana party to boost Ebanks duo

A pair of local boxers are gaining fresh support in their bid to fight in Chile.

National Trust hosts lionfish lecture

The National Trust is hosting a lecture on how Cayman is battling to protect the Islands' delicate reef system from the invasive lionfish population.

Catch, kill and eat those lionfish

Saturday, 20 July, will see the first annual lionfish culling tournament take place at Cayman Cabana, in support of the National Trust

Cayman Thanksgiving date set

Cayman thanksgiving aims to bring people together in Cayman to give thanks

Trust in Happy Hour

Stop by happy hour at the Cayman Caban and help support the National Trust today, 22nd February.

Red Sky at Night reminds us why we love arts and culture

Red Sky at Night is an all-encompassing celebration of Cayman's performers and creators.

When does retro start? We’re really confused

Apparently the 1990s are actually retro now, with their own parties and everything.

Surf Challenge free for all

The East End Surf Challenge and all the great events around it is on this weekend - and what an extravanganza is promises to be!

The pick of New Year parties

A roundup of all the parties this New Year's Eve. 

Fashion on the waterfront

Head down to the Cayman Cabana on Saturday afternoon to see the new clothign collection from One 345

Cayman Spirits Company adds new distillery, visitors centre

Cayman Spirits Company has broken ground on its new distillery.

Cayman Thanksgiving celebrate togetherness

Cayman Thanksgiving is a wonderful opportunity to celebrate culture and heritage.

Fish Tea Cook Off continues apace

Heats for the Fish Tea Cookoff have started and the standard is very high already.

Exhibiting at CayShop

CayShop will feature a wide range of local businesses exhibiting.

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