February 15, 2019

The best 3-Course entertainment experiences at KAABOO Cayman 2019

By Ben Kaye From COS A certain infamous failure of a music event left a bad taste in everyone’s mouth when it came to the concept of a “destination festival.” Suddenly the idea of a successful, high-end experience taking place on a tropical island escape seemed dangerously, laughably impossible. But the folks behind KAABOO Cayman aren’t those other guys. KAABOO […]

A romantic getaway

5 Destinations for a Romantic Getaway Romance can be found almost anywhere: In the mountains, by the ocean, and on the road. With a little planning and on-the-spot spontaneity, you and your significant other can escape to a romantic and unforgettable weekend getaway. Whether you prefer the beach or immersing yourself into the history of […]

KAABOO Cayman announces a sell out for Caribbean event

KAABOO CAYMAN WILL DEBUT ON FEB 15 +16, 2019 Grand Cayman, Cayman Islands (February 13, 2019) – KAABOO’s expansion into the Caribbean is off to a record breaking start with a sell out of all passes for its inaugural KAABOO Cayman event. This weekend, February 15 + 16, 2019, Grand Cayman will host a capacity […]

New York: Budding artists paint for Haiti

By Alexandra Simon From Caribbean Life They painted for a cause! About a dozen women turned out for a local organization’s painting workshop in Queens last Friday. The group of amateur painters attended From Here to Haiti’s, “Paint and Sip for Haiti” event at Holy Trinity Roman Catholic Church in Whitestone on Feb. 8, to […]

iNews Briefs & Community Events

Celebrate Cayman District Display concludes in West Bay Celebrate Cayman’s Travelling District Display has made its way to West Bay. The display opens for public viewing at the Church of God Chapel, West Bay (on Town Hall Road) on Wednesday 20 February and continues until Saturday 23 February. Opening times are 6 p.m. – 8 […]

Annual Cayman Islands Storyboard Competition inspires readers

The annual Storyboard Competition is now open, and organisers are looking forward to seeing the creativity of Cayman’s younger readers on display, and inviting the public to come out and support the students.  An initiative spearheaded by the Cayman Islands Information Professionals (CIIP) and sponsored by the Cayman Islands Public Library Service and Rotary Sunrise, […]

Caribbean unity or mutiny?

By Tony Deyal from Jamaica Gleaner In a bar in Oistins in Barbados, way past midnight into morning, we had gathered eating our fish, partaking of the waters of life, and talking about this, that and the other. We had exhausted religion, politics and women and somehow reached our Caribbean friends and neighbours. Not for […]

Mandapa in Bali

By Trey Ratcliff From Stuck In Customs INCREDIBLE DRONE PILOT Sometimes I tell people I’m a pretty good drone pilot, but I’m nothing like this guy. This guy makes me feel like I can barely operate a tricycle. Check out this video below! DAILY PHOTO – MANDAPA IN BALI Here’s a shot of the rather […]

The hour of courage – Let Cayman [Islands] arise

From The Angillian Hurricane Ivan devastated Cayman in 2004. Yet despite a crushing sense of abandonment the resilient spirit of Caymanians defied doom, and from despair and ruins Cayman, Anguilla and other BOTs arose. But today the storm that looms over Cayman ominously dwarfs Ivan. Two women are determined to “marry” on Grand Cayman. The […]

Man With Cat

Man With Cat In Porto By Trey Ratcliff From Stuck In Customs NETFLIX RECOMMENDATION At first, I didn’t know if I actually liked “The Kominsky Method” but the more I watched, the more I liked it… I like a lot of different comedies, but this is one of the smarter ones. DAILY PHOTO – MAN […]