July 17, 2018

The Singing Christmas Tree will sing out again even in face of a loss

Although the Singing Christmas Tree held last year made a whopping $18,000 loss, despite over 5,000 persons attending the spectacular, it will be returning again for this year’s Christmas celebrations at the First Assembly of God. First Assembly of God with other local Cayman churches have already commenced planning this year’s event. Last year’s inaugural […]

Last Weekend for “Doubt”

NGCI Big Draw Panel Discussion

‘What is the role of drawing in the 21st century? Today (9th) from 6pm – 8pm the National Gallery of the Cayman Islands (NGCI) will be hosting a Big Draw Festival Presentation with an introduction by NGCI Education Manager Eme Paschalides. The presentation will comprise a series of presentations by well-known local artists, followed by […]

Happy Canadian Thanksgiving Day Today (8)

To all Canadians here in the Cayman Islands, and to all others reading this on the web, iNews Cayman wants to wish everyone of you a VERY HAPPY THANKSGIVING DAY Thanksgiving Day in Canada Thanksgiving Day in Canada has been a holiday on the second Monday of October since 1957. It is a chance for […]

NYC Bloggers to taste flavours of the Cayman Islands

The Cayman Islands is bringing Caymanian cuisine to New York City on October 23 with an exclusive dinner at Kitchen NYC in collaboration with Snooth.com, a wine-focused social networking website. The dinner features a five-course menu, exquisitely prepared by Executive Chef Niven Patel from Grand Cayman’s renowned The Brasserie, and will be accompanied by wine […]

A PACKED October at Camana Bay – The Complete Schedule

The Complete Schedule – Download and keep From charity events in honour of Breast Cancer Awareness Month and a special visit from one of today’s biggest style and beauty icons to a series of family friendly events in remembrance of Canadian hero Terry Fox and the island’s biggest Halloween party —there is always something happening […]

The mighty bulldozer

By Joan Wilson I wonder what it feels like being in the driver’s seat, And to have such power riding beneath one’s feet? Knowing the walls could never withstand The force of the mighty bulldozer.   Did he ever give a thought of how long it had taken To build those walls that he was […]

‘Hormonal’ music gets a bad rap in Jamaica

By Jacqueline Charles, The Miami Herald KINGSTON—Men in tight jeans bounce up and down to the thumping beat, moving suggestively against scantily clad girls in neon-coloured bikini tops and supershort shorts twisting their bodies to the catchy lyrics. As the DJ raps over the stuttering tracks, partygoers show no sign of the anxiety bubbling in […]

Cayman Islands Film Festival set for November

Once again, the International Underwater Film Festival in Grand Cayman will delight ocean-enthusiasts who gather for this once-a-year video celebration of the landscape, flora, fauna and experiences to be had under the waves. Held in conjunction with the International Scuba Diving Hall of Fame (ISHDF) induction ceremony, this year, the Film Festival will take place […]

UK Voice: Birmingham Opera Singer Brings Jamaican Flavour

From Jamaican Gleaner Her voice is as beautiful as it is versatile. And anyone who is yet to hear Abigail Kelly sing can treat themselves to her autumn gala concert at Birmingham Cathedral in her home city. The popular soprano will perform a variety of songs from traditional spirituals, musicals and Jamaican folk songs to […]