March 20, 2018

Commonwealth Day at GTPS

George Town Primary School celebrated Commonwealth Day in traditional style, with students making elaborate and colourful displays of British Commonwealth countries. Some of the kids actually dressed for the occasion in the national costumes of the countries they had studied. Year Four teacher, Mrs. Jasmin McFarlane said: “The children have done presentations of different Commonwealth […]

It’s a dog’s life at Camana Bay

With wildly wagging tails, dogs of all shapes and sizes took their owners to the 21st Annual dog show at Camana Bay. While it’s a great chance for dogs to get together to catch up on the news, their owners seem to enjoy it too. The fun atmosphere and large number of categories (or is […]

Dresses, dreams and designs

Twenty-four year old Caymanian Kidan Brooks has been designing fashions ever since she was a little girl: “I can’t remember exactly what age but it started with sewing dresses and swimsuits for my dolls – I got really serious about sketching and designing on paper at around the age of 10 and my love for […]

CNCF Awards Gala evening

The rooftop of Grand Cayman Beach Suites provided the perfect setting for the Cayman National Cultural Foundation Gala Awards evening. Prestigious awards, the National Arts and Culture Medals were presented to a total of 14 individuals and organisations that have shown excellence, consistency, and dedication in their endeavours to contribute to Cayman arts and culture. […]

Relevance of Dance: The Church and the Community

Dance as a ministry in Church circles is often a debated topic and some may not see the relevance/a place for dancing in Church and for Christians as a whole. Dancing in itself is a panacea for many, an expressive art which speaks more than words can express and has been proven to lift spirits […]

Something for all at Agriculture Show

Smiling faces could be seen everywhere as visitors to the 45th Agriculture Show at Lower Valley took home armfuls of fresh produce, or potted plants such as scotch bonnet peppers, huge vines of tomatoes, and herbs of all kinds back to their cars. There was plenty for everyone – young and old, to see and […]

450 years of Cuban architecture and interiors

A connoisseur of West Indian antiques and architecture, Michael Connors returns to Grand Cayman for his third book presentation, discussion and signing since late 2009. Join him at Books & Books on Friday, February 17 at 7pm for a Cuban fiesta celebrating the release of his latest book, The Splendor of Cuba: 450 Years of […]

Di’s got a ticket to ride

Wildlife in Boliva, boat children of Beijing and praying Buddist monks in South East Asia. Diana Willington has been there, done that and taken the picture. Now you can share her memories from through the lens at a unique exhibition here Cayman at Full of Beans Café entitled “One Way Ticket”. Born in Scotland and […]

Moxie Whitney update

In response to my article under the title “Movie about Canada’s Big Band leader  – Moxie Whitney” in our Jan. 28th edition of iNews Cayman, I received a very nice email from Paul Whitney who is making the movie called MOXIE. He told me some very interesting details about Moxie and his close Cayman connection. […]

Entertainment is the perfect ingredient

The Taste of Cayman Food and Wine Festival is right around the corner and in addition to providing visitors with an array of culinary options, this weekend’s festival will be a true entertainment experience. The event coordinators have included live musical acts, a dynamic fireworks spectacular, exciting competitions and a photo booth as added attractions. […]