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David R. Legge

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Colorful view of waves washing over rocks around sunset.

Serene Scenes of the Cayman Islands

Always take the scenic route – either in life or on your tour of the Cayman Islands. Of course, in Cayman, it’s easy to take...
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Putting The ‘Grand’ In Grand Cayman

Grand Cayman is getting even grander. It’s written all over these pages – a new wave of upscale resorts and residences, tremendous growth in stayover...

The Warmest of Cayman Welcomes to Our New Governor

If readers will flip back three pages, they will encounter on Page 16 our new governor’s “Welcome Message” to all who visit these Cayman...
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Introducing Alden McLaughlin: The Premier You Thought You Knew

Some media, “Tweets” being the best (worst?) example, are meant to be swallowed and digested in a gulp – 140 characters, usually nutritionless, sent...

Your Editor’s Guide to What’s Inside . . .

Grand Cayman Magazine, we think, rightly should focus on the sunnier side of things. It’s a good news publication, and there’s plenty of good news to tell.

What the Government Must Learn from the Private Sector

You’ve heard it before: “It was the best of times, it was the worst of times”; “the glass is either half-empty or half-full”; “which...

Destination Paradise

The allure of the Cayman Islands is broader than our sand and deeper than our sea. Our appeal extends to our easy access to...

Maintaining – No, Improving – The Quality of Grand Cayman Magazine

One of the misconceptions about Grand Cayman Magazine, even after nearly a dozen years of publishing, is that it’s just another pretty face most...
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Cayman’s Coming ‘Golden Age’

It takes either a fool or a seer (let the reader decide) to attempt to brand something as grand as an era – be...
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The Cayman Islands: When Only the Best Will Do

Leave it to Barefoot Man, also known locally as Cayman’s signature troubadour, to capture the heart of what makes Cayman, well, Cayman. His real...
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