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Wedding bells: Do they toll for Cayman tourism?

The implications of the wedding dress situation are of such consequence to our country's economy that our leaders need to step in and speak up.

Customs collector stands by officers

Samantha Bennett says officers followed proper procedure when they made visiting groom pay deposit for bride's dress.

To: Samantha Bennett, Collector of Customs, 
H.M. Customs Department

Dear Ms. Bennett, the phrase you were looking for is, "We apologize."

‘Brutal’ homecoming dampens wedding day, says groom

Newlyweds vow never to return to the island after wedding day woes.

A Passage through India at Cine Club

This season of Cine Club at the National Gallery of the Cayman Islands will transport you to India where you can enjoy the magic of Bollywood films.

Violinist enjoys varied career

Local three-piece band Trinity play at wide variety of venus across Cayman

A young woman’s exciting tale of dreams come true

Jamaican-bred, LA-based actress and playwrite Debra Ehrhardt brings her award-winning one-woman-show Jamaica Farewell to Cayman's Prospect Playhouse.

Obituary: Dr. Herbert Ebner, 1922-2014

Dr. Herbert Ebner, a doctor who wrote the “Your Good Health” column for Caymanian Compass for many years, passed away peacefully on March 22, in Pembroke Pines, Florida. He was 92.

A Bona Fide good time

One of Cayman’s institutions these days, the multi-styled Bona Fide, can be found playing most nights of the week somewhere on the island.

'Jamaica Farewell' to hit Cayman stage next month

Award-winning play will be staged at Prospect Playhouse for one weekend only

Groom posts: 'I can't wait to marry you' in advert

Groom-to-be takes out full page ad to tell his future wife, “Emma, I can’t wait to marry you.”

Cayman Logwood creates stunning local art

Fallen logwood trees are being recycled into one-of-a-kind art pieces by local company Cayman Logwood

‘Steel Magnolias’ features all-female cast in full bloom

Steel Magnolias, presently on stage at the Prospect Playhouse theater, is definitely a play worth attending.

Local designer weaves Eritrean fabrics into success

Admas Mahdere is quickly making a name for herself as a fashion designer to watch

Quirky costumes aim to draw customers

Cayman Yellow Pages put workers on the streets to promote the directory.

Pines board: ‘Misappropriated’ cash returned

The board of the Pines Retirement Home says it has recovered all misappropriated funds.

Ex-employee charged with bomb hoax

James Bernie Williams, a former employee at the Caribbean Club, is scheduled to appear in Grand Court on Jan. 6 in connection with a bomb hoax call on Dec. 14.

Ex-employee charged with bomb hoax

A man accused of making a hoax bomb threat that led to the evacuation last week of the Caribbean Club and the Ritz-Carlton hotel appeared in court Friday.

Expect a marathon turnout again

Road runners finally get their chance to turn their months of hard slog in training into reality in the Intertrust Cayman Islands Marathon on Sunday.

‘Breathtaking’ honeymoon story

Less than a year after a double lung transplant saved his life, Keith Childerhose and his wife Sarah Taylor enjoyed a honeymoon in the Cayman Islands.

Acker prevails in tightest yet

Months of muscle-sapping work went into their preparation and for many at the Cayman Islands triathlon on Sunday every single ounce of effort beforehand was worth it.

Locals share experiences at gender abuse march

BPW Silent Witness March supprt and honor those who have suffered as a result of dometic violence and bullying

Police auction set for ‘wild and wonderful’ Saturday

The list is slightly bizarre, comprising more than 200 items of such diversity that anyone attending Saturday's auction at the George Town Police Station cannot help but find something worth owning.

Cayman Islands has new option in cancer fight

A new cancer treatment clinic that treats patients with malignant tumours by using their own immune cells in a vaccine has opened in the Cayman Islands.

Celebration time for wedding planner

Weddings and event planner JoAnne Brown was surprised and delighted to win a Stingray award.

Unsung heroes are honoured at Stingray Awards night

Sunset House owner Adrien Briggs was honoured for a lifetime contribution to the tourism industry at the 10th annual Stingray Awards last week.

Pines facility back on track

The Pines Retirement Home in the Cayman Islands is getting back on track.

Collecting the past

Diana Scott has been a collector all her life. She showed some of the curiosities she has picked over the years in Cayman Brac

The driest day of the decade

Why was Election Day dry?

A dream honeymoon in Cayman

Briana Hainley and Jason Schnitzer managed to take some time out of their amazing honeymoon to talk about their experience in the Cayman Islands.

Couple wins honeymoon in the Cayman Islands

One lucky couple won the wedding of a lifetime, followed by an unforgettable honeymoon in the Cayman Islands, courtesy of Brides Magazine and the Cayman Islands Department of Tourism.

Academy not being frozen out

Academy Sports Club is totally focused on realising its ambition of producing a player good enough to play in the English Premier League.

Cayman wedding planner wows special events show

A local wedding planner spoke at a major events conference.

Old Courtyard Marriott coming down

Dart Realty has decided to demolish the Courtyard Marriott Hotel instead of renovating it.

Pizza and the Super Bowl: A...

You can't have a Super Bowl party without pizza.

One couple’s leap of faith

When Tim and Nicole Eastman chose Grand Cayman for their destination, they had no idea that two years later they would be calling it home

US$1.1M per year in no-bid tourism contracts

An audit of the Department of Tourism found US$1.1 million in no-bid contracts.

Celebrations' owner to speak at major US events conference

One of Cayman's leading event and wedding planners is to speak at a major international conference.

Top ten books of past year

What were Megan McCluskey's top ten books of the year?

Acker was wide awake this time

Marius Acker was happy to regain his Cayman Islands Intertrust Half Marathon title in a time of 1 hour 19 minutes 30 seconds, ahead of second placed Jason Saunders who won it last year.

Beth’s wedding didn’t slow her

If a casual observer of marathon records looked at the results of the latest Cayman Islands Intertrust Marathon they would think that a new name won the women’s race.

Raneem looks to upset Nicol

Cayman is hosting the Women’s World Squash Championships for the first time this month and the preliminary matches have already begun.

Rankin aims to return to top

Jon Rankin made a triumphant return to international racing after years of illness and injury and now feels confident that the Cayman Islands will see the best of him.

Rankin bounces back…

Jon Rankin’s track and road racing career has been hampered for years by illness and injury, but having fully recovered the world class Cayman Islands runner emphatically announced his comeback with a first ever victory in the big race.

Ten years old and still growing

The Cayman Islands Intertrust Marathon is only ten years old but already has enormous international respect.

Ten out of ten for slick running

The tenth staging of the Cayman Islands Intertrust Marathon was always going to be a challenge for the organisers, events company Kelly Holding, but they pulled it off super-smoothly again and can now put their feet up for the Christmas break.

Nicol aims for seventh heaven

The 2012 Cayman World Open Presented by BDO will be the greatest squash tournament ever held in the Caribbean.

Records will tumble for big race

All eyes are focused on Cayman’s biggest sporting event this weekend.

Watch out, de Weddin’ Scamma is comin’

Jamaica's super hit play de Weddin' Scamma is coming to Grand Cayman.

George Town is simply capital

George Town will prove it's just capital with its Heritage Day.

Local event planner to speak at conference

Wedding planner JoAnne Brown is to speak at a major conference in 2013.

CayShop ’til you drop

The CayShop expo will offer visitors great deals from local vendors.

Exhibiting at CayShop

CayShop will feature a wide range of local businesses exhibiting.

Bona Fide brings proper music

Busy Cayman band Bona Fide plays regularly around Cayman.

Chamber launches new CayShop business showcase

The Chamber of Commerce's new CayShop event takes place 25-27 October at Camana Bay.

Bow before beloved bangers

National Sausage Week is imminent and there's a few facts to transmit.

The Suite sound of success

Suite Elite is one of Cayman's busiest bands and you can see them in action for free.

By the sweat of his brow

Writer wonders why men in the Cayman Islands don't provide for their families

Fifth War on Weight kicks off

Ten contestants are taking part in this year's War on Weight which launched last week.

Designer markets Cayman brand

Reba Dilbert is hitting the international runway to showcase her fashionable creations at New Jersey Fashion Week.

Jamaican business owners

Many Jamaicans have set up succesful businesses in Cayman. These are some of their stories.

Captain’s Bakery and Grill: Home baked goodness

Baked goods and more at Captain's Bakery and Grill

Music camp takes children around the world and back

A summer cap focused around music, dancing, drama and arts and crafts was held from 9 to 13 July.

Sir Turtle Beach Villas upgraded

Sir Turtle Villas has upgraded its Little Cayman location.

Rising star enjoys island life

Sterling Ardrey has made his way not only through Hollywood commercials and movies on vacation in Grand Cayman he shares his walk to fame.

Blackout makes businesses scramble

Monday's blackout along a section of West Bay Road isn't a sign of things to come this summer, according to the utility company.

Oneworld, one plan, 10 years

Cayman entertainments company Oneworld is celebrating a decade in existence.

Statuesque Sandra shows skills

Cayman designer Sandra Lichtenstein is making great stuff.

Premier’s travel info made public

In the two-year period from November 2009 to November 2011, Cayman Islands Premier McKeeva Bush made some 65 trips to about 30 locations, costing the government about $380,000 for transportation, room, board and other expenses. That averages out to roughly $15,300 per month for 25 months.

Proposal fails

In honour of Valentine’s Day, we present to you a two minute, seventeen second video of nothing but wedding proposals refused.

Finding the high-end consumer in the United States

The United States is active in getting information out about Cayman.

Hannah brings outdoors in

Hannah Cook will be exhibiting a collection of paintings featuring trees, flowers, wildlife and the great outdoors at Full of Beans this month.

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