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 global ports of call, our first-class accommodations, and our greatest...

National Gallery Reveals Its Night Circus

The National Gallery of the Cayman Islands switched hats for one night on Nov. 27, 2015, transforming itself from a bastion of art and culture into a living, breathing circus, complete with “Big Top,”...

Happiness

A sunrise stroll on Seven Mile Beach. A gourmet meal served in exquisite ambiance. The perfect mate, who completes you in every way. Fulfilling work, which satisfies your soul. Do we each possess a...

Cayman’s New Road to Success

Recently, the Cayman Islands have received an inordinate amount of attention in the international press. It seems as though this attention is taken more seriously by those outside Cayman than by those who live...

The White House

The White House is certainly not a misnomer for Cayman’s newest and most elegant waterfront venue, located in Bodden Town, but it is shades of blue that one recalls most strongly after a long,...

The Diary of a Sailing Couple Abroad

For many, the dream of buying a sailboat and traversing the waters of the Caribbean is just that: a dream. However, Cayman physician Dr. Richmond-Peck and his wife Sheila have made the dream come true, and have now spent many weeks island-hopping through the eastern Caribbean.

Good Times Roll at Opus One Dinner

Wine dinners and wine tastings, some of which involve outstanding or rare brands, happen often again on Grand Cayman, and not only during the annual Cayman Cookout food and wine festival held every January.

Cayman’s ‘Elegant Attic’

More than 3,000 chairs, ranging from elegant chivari to tropical bamboo; 8,000 pieces of glassware; 4,000 pieces of silverware, in varying styles; and a selection of 1,500 linens, spanning from sleek satin to textured. And...

Shetty Hospital Turns One

The ceremony marked more than met the eye. When Health City Cayman Islands on May 13 celebrated its accreditation by Joint Commission International – the fastest approval in the organization’s history – it also marked...

Difficult Lessons: Myths and Realities of Higher Education

Over the last 40 years, there are few countries that have enjoyed the economic success of the Cayman Islands. Cayman has advanced from a low-income economy, based on reaping the benefits of limited land...

The Strange and Chilling Saga of The Foreigner Who Stole An Island

On July 10, 1973 the Bahamas obtained its independence from Great Britain. Their freedom from the Crown was favored by many, yet at the same time had its share of untold opponents. “No one knew...

Ken Dart: The Man Behind The Vision

Dart has spent more than US$800 million in developing the Camana Bay Town Centre, which presently consists of some 700,000 square feet of office, residential, retail and other commercial space. Ken Dart, the international businessman...

The Rise of Veggie Cayman

In the early days of the Cayman Islands, before packaged consumer goods were readily available, Caymanians had to live off the land and the bounty of the sea. As the country grew and economic activity...

An Airport About to Take Off …

Light floods in from large glass windows as passengers glide comfortably through spacious hallways lined with shops and restaurants. The atrium is tastefully decorated with expansive artwork and dotted with potted palms that give...

Shooting Stars – CayFilm 2015

In a world where film festivals are becoming high profile events in cities from Toronto to Venice, the Cayman Islands is suddenly a big player in the Caribbean. The CayFilm Festival burst onto the...

Cayman Chefs offer multi-cultural flair

With people from more than 120 different countries living in the Cayman Islands, it should not surprise anyone that the food served on the island reflects a wide array of cultures and a cornucopia...

Shooting Stars – Having a Ball (Surrealist-Style)

It was a pretty surreal night, literally, at the National Gallery of the Cayman Islands on Friday, Nov. 21, 2014, when fans of painters such as Salvador Dali, Rene Magritte, and Max Ernst arrived...

The ‘Technology-Fix’ for Cayman’s Future

After 40 years of extraordinary economic growth and prosperity, Cayman is facing a new challenge to its development. Cayman is at a stage where it needs to reconsider the very foundations – technological and...

The super-rich and their Super-Yachts

Dubai, part of the United Arab Emirates and host of the International Boat Show, is a towering business and commercial center in the Middle East and sprawls along the southeast coast of the Persian...

Cuban Cigars – the taboo pleasure

Despite 56 years of American trade sanctions against Cuban products, cigars have always remained one of the country’s leading exports. In the early ’90s, 30 years after the Cuban embargo first went into effect,...
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