A winery deep in the heart of northwest Spain owned by Cayman-based attorney Grant Stein, has been gradually gaining top marks for excellence, not only in its native land, but also internationally.
The sixth annual edition of the event was held at the Brasserie Restaurant, as it had been the previous two years. This time it featured wines from Elk Cove Vineyards in Oregon.
Interviews with some of the 67 artists who were honored recently by the National Gallery for their contribution to the gallery's permanent collection.
For a territory of fewer than 60,000 full-time residents on a scattering of Caribbean islands remote from big population centers, Cayman can boast far more than its share of high-quality sports events and arts performances each year.
To get a feel for the breadth of quality and variety of these wines made along the spine of the Andes mountain range, a lunch and tasting was held recently at the Westin Resort’s Beach House Restaurant.
Two artistic genres have united at Full of Beans café for an exhibition called ‘Art with a Twist’ that highlights the creative eye of photographer Amanda Nicholson and batik specialists Pat Nicholson and Shirley Scott.
With the rise of premium spirits in recent years, most people know top-end tequila is not for doing shots with lime and salt, or even for margaritas made with bottled mixes. However, skilled bartenders can use these tequilas to create premium cocktails that are new expressions for the once pigeonholed spirit, as the attendees of the Casa Noble Tequila Dinner at Ortanique learned in February.
With Wine Spectator ranking Domaine Serene’s recently released 2010 Evenstad Reserve Pinot Noir as the world’s No. 3 wine in its annual Top 100 list based on quality, value and availability, Oregon wines probably aren’t going to fly under the radar much longer.
Fort George, a vital piece of Cayman’s history, recently received an added boost with a three-part mural that highlights the territory's colorful past.
Taking a break from their busy UK tour, Britain’s electrifying string quartet, Stringfever, wowed Cayman audiences last month, kicking off the 10th annual Cayman Arts Festival in grand style.
With two of four preliminary waves completed in the 2014 Diageo Reserve World Class cocktail competition, it is evident that Cayman’s bartenders are better prepared this year and that they’re making some seriously good cocktails.
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.
"Metro Manila’s" 2014 BAFTA nomination has propelled Caymanian Frank E. Flowers into a new realm of movie stardom, a vindication of a tremendous amount of hard work, collaborating with writer/director/producer Sean Ellis, for whom the project has been a labor of love for over two years.
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.
Cayman Enterprise City ended 2013 by surpassing its first benchmark – 100 companies in the special economic zone.
Almost two thirds of companies have experienced customer service failings that had a significant impact on their financial performance.
The Journal sits down with the members of one of Cayman’s most critical boards as far as business is concerned: the Trade and Business Licencing Board, responsible for authorizing business to be conducted in the islands.
Local artists David Bridgeman and Chris Mann were inspired and encouraged after attending one of art’s largest and most prestigious regional fairs – Art Basel at Miami Beach, held annually in December.
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.
This year the Cayman Arts Festival has a particular focus on student workshops, in addition to all of the world-class performances its brings.