Monday, May 20, 2019

Chef Indika Kumara wins top culinary award

The Cayman Islands Culinary Society recently held its annual Culinary Awards of Excellence Competition at The Ritz-Carlton with Bacchus chef Indika Kumara taking award the Chef of the Year award and Bamboo/Beach Suites Renata Kecskes winning Bartender of the Year. Business Editor Lindsey Turnbull reports. 

Preparing to set sail

The second exhibition at the new National Gallery of the Cayman Islands will open in early June and will pay homage to Cayman’s seafaring history.

Mom’s kitchen must-haves

Make life in the kitchen easier for Mom this Mother's Day with some gifts or gadgets from Bon Vivant.

Top reds for 
the New Year

This blind wine tasting exercise has shown us two important lessons: that great wines can be found across all the wine distributors on island and that we should not be afraid of buying value-for-money wines.

A dinner conversation with… Joey Hew

Joey Hew discussed some of Cayman’s pressing issues during a conversation over dinner at the Blue Cilantro restaurant.

Protect your home from the elements

Robert Wood Interiors & Lighting is offering a new, innovative service to ensure your home is protected against harsh elements. All Weather Coatings provide four systems of protection, using specifically formulated layers each with different uses.


Cultural Calendar

Sidebar:Weekly scheduleAUGUST2National Gallery Little Cayman Art Lecture SeriesOn the first Monday of each month an art lecture is held at 5pm at the National...

Cracked Conch hosts a delıcıous tour of Europe

The Cracked Conch restaurant and BlackBeard’s teamed up to bring a little of Europe to Cayman through food and wine.

New Museum galleries enhance cultural experience for young and old

 After years of hard work and dedication the Cayman Islands National Museum can now truly say that it is now 100 per cent open for business.

If it’s Sunday it must be brunch

Agua restaurant and lounge has always bucked the Sunday trend when it comes to brunch, holding their own succulent buffet-style spread of seafood, salads, mains and tempting desserts, plus that never ending supply of bubbly, on a Saturday. Now, for the first time last month, they decided to go with the flow and hold a Sunday brunch, in addition to their Saturday offering

Berlin Film Festival ranges from Clooney to China

This year’s Berlin International Film Festival brings together new movies from Wes Anderson and George Clooney with a long-in-the-making production from U.S. director Richard Linklater and a strong contingent of films from China.


Prep students get to grips with business ethics

From the perspective of the business owner, getting young people adequately prepared for the work place is an incredibly important aspect of their secondary education, yet how...

Show features excellent talent

Established artists and budding amateurs came together for the Visual Art Society's annual exhibition, [email protected], held in Watler House in the grounds of Pedro St James

Social problems impact school performance

The Cayman Islands is suffering from a catalogue of social problems that are impacting children’s performance in school, according to Roy Bodden president of the University College of the Cayman Islands.

Traditional talents take on a new twist at the National Gallery

 21st Century Cayman is the title of the National Gallery’s latest exhibition and has brought together find artists with local craftspeople and artisans to explore new ways with old traditions. Business Editor Lindsey Turnbull takes a tour and reports. First in a series of articles.

Chocolate and candy creations – made in Cayman

Cayman Taffy Company has moved way beyond the saltwater taffy that was its foundation almost five years ago and now offers a whole host of sweet and tantalisingly tasty treats that everyone will enjoy this Christmas. 

New kids on the block

Changes in climate in recent years mean that new wine regions are gradually emerging all over the world, in places we might never have imagined possible to produce wine just a few years ago 

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.

Uncovering Blue

Blue Uncovered, a lunch series offered at Blue by Eric Ripert at The Ritz-Carlton, Grand Cayman allows people to get an behind-the-scenes look inside arguably the best restaurant on the island.

A celebration of Italy’s finest wines

A very special wine dinner recently took place at Blue by Eric Ripert at The Ritz-Carlton, celebrating the most revered of Italy’s wineries, Gaja, represented in Cayman by Jacques Scott, as well as raising money for an incredibly worthwhile and poignant cause, Facing Africa, which helps children in Africa suffering from the dreadful NOMA disease.
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