Wednesday, September 18, 2019

UP and OUT at the National Gallery

Street art has been defined as the voice of the streets.  It began as a medium for the disenfranchised, a way for those on the fringes of society to have their voices heard, and has grown to become a powerful art form capable of regenerating communities, challenging and entertaining people for a positive social purpose ... 

Cultural Calendar

DECEMBER 1Art Trek TuesdayDesigned for children aged six to 11 years, the class is held from 3.30pm to 5pm at the National Gallery’s Harbour...

Terry gets her groove back

A reawakened passion for paint has led Teresa Grimes to her first solo show opening in Cayman on the 14th of this month. Business Editor Lindsey Turnbull went to chat with the artist to find out what inspired her to produce her show “Mangroves and Moods’ at Calypso Grill. 

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. 

War on Weight progress report

It’s been a good couple of months since the 16 War on Weight contestants picked up the gauntlet set down for them by the Cayman Heart Fund’s War on Weight Committee to be Cayman’s biggest loser by 11 December. 

A truffle treat

Truffles are considered the most decadent of foods because their scarcity obviously increases their cost, and white Alba truffles from northern Italy are among the rarest. Journal journalist Norma Connolly enjoyed the delights of this most precious culinary delight and reports.
 

Cayman is a culinary destination

Take a moment to talk to someone (resident or visitor) about Cayman's culinary experience compared to their experiences in other Caribbean destinations and it won't take long before you realise that the Cayman Islands is a unique culinary destination, writes Trina Christian ...

Global inspiration creates the perfect place

 Michael Ryan, owner and developer of Dragon Bay and The Ritz-Carlton, Grand Cayman Resort, returned to Cayman’s shores from an international quest with a passion to create the perfect place. 

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 

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