May 28, 2023

Brown bagging rehabilitation in Cayman Islands

The Rotaract Club of Grand Cayman (RCGC) recently marked the start of its second year providing brown paper-bagged meals to the Department of Community Rehabilitation (DCR) for distribution to some clients. Rotaract President Stephanie Rattan presented the latest donation of monthly lunches to DCR Director Teresa Echenique-Bowen on Wednesday, 16 July 2014. Since its involvement […]

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Former Cayman Islands Police Officer sentenced to three years in prison From RCIPS Today [Thu July 24], former Police Officer Elvis Kelsey Ebanks was sentenced to 3 years in prison in relation to four charges of corruption related charges. I would like to iterate that the RCIPS will not tolerate corruption among its ranks; we […]

RBC donates $10,000 to Cayman charities

RBC employees from across the Cayman Islands recently volunteered their time for 10 projects at six local organisations in support of RBC’s Day of Service Grants Programme. The Day of Service Grants Programme is a global initiative undertaken by RBC to support the volunteerism efforts of its employees. The 10 projects in Cayman spanned many […]

Mini-pirates scour the Caribbean with stops for ice cream and Legos

By Sailing Dad From Sailing With Kids Why do a rally and why the Caribbean 1500? I was recently asked this by the website All At Sea Southeast magazine ( Here is what I came up with! 1. How did you get interested in sailing as part of a rally? And, in sailing with kids? […]

Host cities and qualification format announced for CONCACAF Women’s Championship 2014

Kansas City, Chicago, Philadelphia, and Washington, D.C., to host Championship; eight finalist nations to battle for multiple berths in FIFA Women’s World Cup Canada 2015 MIAMI (Thursday, July 24, 2014) – The Confederation of North, Central America and Caribbean Association Football (CONCACAF) today announced that the 2014 CONCACAF Women’s Championship will be played in four […]

Bahamian Brewery’s Sands ‘Man In The Boat’ sculling races bring the magic back to the Magic City

From Bahama Islands Info Bahamian Brewery Sands ‘Man in the Boat’ Sculling Races brings the magic back to Grand Bahama – Hundreds of Bahamians flocked to the Taino Beach this past weekend for the 19th Annual GB Regatta and the crowd pleasing Sands ‘Man in the Boat’ sculling races which took place on Saturday evening. […]

Toppa top 5: The Caribbean’s best book festivals

From Large Up If you just bumped into your favorite author on your favorite Caribbean beach, it may not be a coincidence. In recent years the springtime calendar in the islands has filled up with literary festivals drawing renowned authors from across the Caribbean and the world to destinations including Treasure Beach in Jamaica (home […]

Ask a Cicerone: How to get the most out of a beer festival

By Maggie Hoffman From Serious Eats Outdoor beer festivals make summer better, and not just because they offer an opportunity to drink outside. At a beer fest you get the chance to taste rare, less-available beers, meet your beer heroes, try beers of the same style side by side, and learn a thing or two. […]

New Little Cayman Museum ribbon cut

GRAND CAYMAN, Cayman Islands – A lifetime of collecting and preserving the past for future generations was realised Friday morning with the opening of the newest Little Cayman Museum. Linton N. Tibbetts, OBE, believed it was important to save the history of the Cayman Islands for future generations, so much so that he was the […]

Celebrating the International Day of the Seafarer

“Tales from the High Seas” National Trust Speaker Series In celebration of the International Day of the Seafarer on Wednesday, 25 June, the National Trust in partnership with the Seafarers’ Association hosted “Tales from the High Seas” talk as a part of the Trust’s bi-monthly Speaker’s Series at the Seafarers Hall between 6-8pm. The Panel […]