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Queens named for Pirates Week

Four young women will be taking part in the annual Pirates Week Festival Queen Costume competition this weekend. The contest will take place Friday at 7:15 p.m, at Harbour Drive. The evening will also feature a fireworks display at the harborfront at 8:30 p.m.

Fashion weeks go global

Fashionistas are already beginning to prepare for designers' Spring/Summer 2016 collections, traveling to New York, London, Milan and Paris for a peek at what we'll see on the runways next year.

Next Heroes Day to honor farming sector

Heroes Day 2016 will honor pioneers from Cayman’s farming communities, according to the National Heroes Day Committee.

Appreciation for poets encouraged

Officials are encouraging the public to show their appreciation of Cayman’s poets during the annual World Poetry Day on Saturday.

2014 Year in Review

A month-by-month review of the Cayman Islands' top new stories in 2014.

Don’t miss the magic of Gimistory

The Cayman Islands International Storytelling Festival, better known as "Gimistory," is sure to entertain audiences, young and old, when it begins Nov. 29.

CNCF’s cultural festivals

CNCF develops thriving cultural festivals.

Music therapy program offered at hospital

Some 50 patients have been availing of a music therapy pilot program offered at the Cayman Islands Hospital.

Love Culture rocking Jamaica

Stuart Wilson of the popular Cayman band Love Culture, is on the move with his music, here and in Jamaica.

Nominations for National Heroes sought

The Ministry for Culture is now accepting nominations for Heroes Day 2014.

Floats, fun, treasure, 
turtles and music at Pirates Week

The first weekend of Pirates Week 2012 is packed with adventure and fun.

Steel pan magic and 
Festival Queens lead the festivities of

Pirates Week is finally here and Little Cayman kicks things off in style.

Caymanian poet’s adventures in London

Nasaria Suckoo-Chollette represented Cayman at a very special poetry event in London.

Move over granddad, it’s time for the kids

Move over, oldies - the Cayman Carnival Junior Batabano is here to show you their moves.

Rope pays another year’s rent

The Cayman Islands National Museum celebrated its 20th anniversary by paying its rent for another year and opening two new exhibits.

Here come yon Pirates, scubbers!

Get ye ready, lubbers, yon Pirates are coming to Cayman Islands shores. Arrrrr me lad.

GT festival fit for a Pirate queen

George Town Heritage Committee is to select its festival queen at a special pre-Pirates Week event.

Mosaic of events highlights Muzaic

The Annual Muzaic is ready to go.

Local Motion a hit 
at Cuba Disco

Reggae band LocalMotion returns from a triumphant trip to Cuba.

Local Motion 345
represents abroad

LocalMotion 345, one of the hottest bands in Cayman is off to Cuba.

Gimistory full of stars at GT site

George Town's Gimistory

Fireworks and landings: The pirates are here

The opening weekend of Pirates Week is set to be the most exciting ever.

Stress free concert rocks Bodden Town

Bodden District Council and Cayman music association’s stress free concert draws huge a crowd at Pedro Castle.

Stress free in 3D concert

The Bodden Town District Council is hosting a free concert at Pedro St. James.

Iran’s haircut holy war

Worried that Western ideas might be seeping into -- and onto -- the heads of their nation's young men, Iran's religious leaders have issued a catalogue of acceptable "Islamic" male haircuts.

Junior Batabano takes centre stage

Junior Batabano is the event where the youngsters show the adults just how it’s done.

Get your sequins out… Batabano soon come

Cayman Carnival Batabano is approaching fast, and the excitement really starting to ramp up.

Cayman Arts Festival 2010 next week

Preview of Cayman Arts Festival 2010 including interview with Rainer Hersch and rising stars Michael Testori and Aziza La Pierre.

Opportunities for local acts at Jazz Fest

The growth of Cayman Jazz Fest means more opportunities for our local musical artists, and this year thanks to the Ministry Of Culture there will be a side stage added at Camana Bay.

Minister vows crackdown on expat musicians

Minister of Education Rolston Anglin has vowed that the government will look into non-Caymanians varying the conditions of their work permit holders so they can perform music.

Veterans still on song

When it comes to longevity, Third World compare to any band in the world, whatever genre.

Muzaic Festival applauds local artists

Both musical and visual artists were lauded this past weekend with the Cayman Music and Entertainment Association's annual Muzaic Festival.

Treasure the fun of Pirates Week

It's that time of year again when pirates are getting ready to invade the Cayman Islands, with the resulting adventures, fun and entertainment the treasure ready for the taking.

Colourfully costumed kiddies will entertain

George Town Primary students will be prominently featured in the pre-Landing entertainment on Saturday, 8 November, during the Pirates Week National Festival this year.

Historic preservation architect returns

Patricia Green, an historic preservation architect, arrived in Cayman on 17 September to undertake a number of restoration-related initiatives on behalf of the Museum Board.

Pirates Week just around the corner

Swashbuckling pirates will once again descend on Cayman's shore, for the annual Pirates Week festival, confirmed to run from 6 to 16 November.

Festival Queen workshop scheduled

The Pirates Week Festival Queen Costume Competition will benefit this year from a workshop on costume design and fabrication.

The Rolls Royce of brass bands

One of the aspects of life in Cayman is that, although the place is small, you find out about stuff that expands your horizons: like the story of the Brass Band of Battle Creek, or BBBC, which came to Cayman for Heroes Day celebrations last weekend.

FirstCaribbean aids National Museum

FirstCaribbean International Bank gives a lasting gift to the people of the Cayman Islands by aiding in the task of restoring the National Museum building which has been undergoing extensive renovation

School architects consider culture

The group of architects designing the facilities for Cayman's three new high-schools says Caymanian culture and influences will be a major consideration in its plans.

Concert to feature world-class artists

Acclaimed international musicians from the US and Europe will arrive in Grand Cayman at the end of April to join the Cayman National Choir (CNC) and Cayman National Orchestra (CNO) in performances of Mozart's Requiem.

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