By Christopher Tobutt
Professor Hazel Simmons McDonald, Principal of the Open Campus of the University of the West Indies (UWI) spoke about an expanded role for the UWIâ€™s Cayman Open Campus during a brief visit to the facility at Olympic Way in George Town.
â€œI would like to see the UWI become much more prominent in the [...]
By Christopher Tobutt
More than 80 top track and field stars from around the globe gathered at the inaugural Cayman Invitational meet at the Truman Bodden Sports Complex on Wednesday 9 May.
Athletes included 100 metres champions Carmelita Jeta and Yohan Blake and other world renowned atheletes such as Chris Brown, Novlene Williams-Mills, Kim Collins and Dylan Armstrong were [...]
Despite threatening skies, the Batabano parade went ahead as scheduled on Saturday (5)
Sounds of revellers reached more than a mile down the West Bay Road, from the Marquee Plaza where the massed bands gathered before the parade.
First in line came two fearsomely tall men on stilts, towering over everyone; their golden capes billowing and twirling [...]
Featured Image: Reigning Miss Cayman Lindsay Japal
Fashionably Yoursâ€¦For Humanity was the name of the second annual Red Cross Fashion Show starring many local celebrities. It took place at the Paseo in Camana Bay.
MCs for the evening were the already-fabulously fashionable Nicola de Lima, owner of NKY, and Marcus Mueri, owner of Abacus restaurant.
The models were [...]
I scream, you scream, we all scream for ice cream. Thatâ€™s what Year Two kids from George Town Primary School were doing, at least, they were actually making it during a very tasty science experiment.
Maybe itâ€™s a good way to get kids interested in Chemistry, but judging by the excited faces, science wasnâ€™t the only [...]
The Cayman Islands Folk Singers rehearse for their campsite tour.
A group of singers, guitarists and drummers who love singing Caymanâ€™s favourite songs have been busy practicing for Cayfestâ€™s Seaside with the CI Folk Singers.
The CI Folk Singers were started in 2009 by the Cayman National Cultural Foundation (CNCF), with the aim of keeping traditional music [...]
Three British swimmers who have been selected for the Olympic Games in London this summer, swam alongside a group of young Cayman swimmers in the Lions Pool.
The three swimmers were: Caitlin McClatchey who qualified for the Olympics in the 200m Freestyle; Amy Smith who qualified for the Olympics in the 50m and 100m Freestyle, and [...]
The dedicated volunteers who made it all possible
Lots of ladies in their poshest frocks and gentlemen wearing the most stylish clothes came to support Caymanâ€™s cats and dogs on Friday â€“ that was the date for the Humane Society Fur Ball.
There was a lot to see – literally, with the silent auction. Everything beautiful, unusual, [...]
Kids with something to say came to the Optimist Clubâ€™s Oratorical Contest at the Harquail Theatre on Saturday.
The Oratorical Contest is designed to bring out the best in children by encouraging them to excel at public speaking â€“ an art which is not only valuable in its own right but helps build confidence and self-esteem [...]
Frena Gray-Davidson sharing some very valuable tips on dementia and Alzheimerâ€™s disease at the Hibiscus Conference Room.
Frena Gray-Davidson, an expert with many yearsâ€™ experience in treating patients with Alzheimerâ€™s disease and Dementia, has been giving some free workshops for caregivers. The talks, entitled Speaking Dementia – transforming the dementia experience for elders and their caregivers [...]