Sunday, January 20, 2019

Oh the choices for merry making!

Fine dining and an expert culinary team will ensure your party is a hit at Deckers

To lead or not to lead?

The Cayman Islands has undertaken a proactive stance when it comes to a number of global initiatives that have attempted to increase transparency of tax information around the world.

Canadians continue to reıgn in Cook-off competition

No matter what the outcome of the 2012/13 Bon Vivant Cook-off Series final at the Cayman Cookout Taittinger Champagne Brunch on 20 January, a Canadian will be crowned the top amateur chef in the Cayman Islands for the third straight year.

Tortuga continues restructuring

Although it sold a controlling interest of its international operations late last year, Tortuga Rum Company Ltd. remains 100 per cent Caymanian owned and is expanding its food distribution business.

Ruinart brings the bubbles

Blackbeard's recently hosted a Ruinart Champagne dinner at Luca, featuring some of the best champagne on the market.

Flights of fancy and dready

Except for a singular appearance in a very cool green and perfectly realised VW Combi Bus, the show is bereft of the usual stick figure dready.

The number’s game: New approach to maths problem

Fundamental changes to the way maths is taught in the Cayman Islands could help bring about a long-awaited improvement, education officials believe.

Bordeaux brain teaser

 Bordeaux is a classic wine region of France, producing some of the greatest wines ever made with a mighty blend of classic Bordeaux grapes. Since France first invented such a miraculous blending, wine producing regions around the world have jumped on the Bordeux-blend band wagon

Rotary: a bridge for society

The Journal continues with its series interviewing all four new presidents of the Rotary clubs of the Cayman Islands to hear about the direction in which they will be steering their clubs.

Harquail Studio A rare dramatic treat

Eme Paschalides, a member of the Better Read than Dead dramasociety talks about how the gropu's recent public performance came about.

Poetry and art celebrate love

Alta and Gordon Solomon produced a soul searching collection of work for an exhibition at Full of Beans late last year.

A chat with Captain Marvin

Every island has its living legends and here on Grand Cayman, Captain Marvin Ebanks stands tall and proud as one of the most impactful in recent history.

A conversation with … Jim Glasgow

The Journal sat down with Five Mile Capital’s Managing Member James Glasgow to discuss his company and its plans for the future of the Ritz-Carlton property.

Great food and wine support 
important cause

ringing Gaja wines together with food prepared at Blue by Eric Ripert was, as Charlie Sheen would say, “epic”.

Wine dinner calendar highlight

At Blackbeard's annual Guess the Grape event, held at Deckers, guests were treated to a specially created menu perfectly paired with wines, but the challenge was to guess not only the grape but also the country, location and vintage of each wine.

Resonating talent at Mikael Seffer’s new show

Full of Beans continues to showcase local artists from all walks of life and a variety of perspectives and last month’s exhibition was a real winner

Cayman’s history brought to life

Viewing the sleepy, gentle images of years gone by at the National Gallery’s latest exhibition, Images of Yesteryear, it is hard to imagine that the bustling financial hub ...

Cooking up a Father’s Day feast

Bon Vivant, the foodie's favourite store, has a wealth of gift items to delight dads this year.

Books & Books: A reader’s haven

Books & Books in Camana Bay is a haven for readers.

Human capital development

It is common wisdom that knowledge is power.  So for centuries access to higher education has been limited to the very few who could afford it and those few others who were chosen from among the brightest youngsters. It was a privilege to go to college and only the most privileged members of society got that opportunity.

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