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Kimpton lives up to expectations

The stunning Kimpton hotel sets the benchmark in Cayman for decadence, glamour, and relaxation.

By Joanna Lewis Joanna@caymanreporter.com It’s luxury all the way at Grand Cayman’s newest resort, the Kimpton Seafire Resort + Spa. Perched along a glorious stretch of Seven Mile Beach, the stunning Kimpton hotel sets the benchmark in Cayman for decadence, glamour, and relaxation. Whether you’re looking to escape for a …

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Cayman Cookout was tasty treat

Emeril Lagasse and Jose Andre kick-off proceedings with a bang

By Lindsey Turnbull Popular American chefs Emeril Lagasse and José Andrés kicked-off Cayman Cookout festivities in fine style, roaring up to the beach on jet skis and popping open Champagne to the sound of James Bond’s iconic theme music, as food lovers from all over descended on The Ritz-Carlton, Grand …

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Events calendar


January Music on the Menu concert Thursday, 19:  Presented by the Cayman Arts Festival at Luca restaurant. Featuring a capella group Singrays, the concert is sure to appeal to all music lovers. Guests will be welcomed with canapés and drinks on the terrace, followed by a three-course meal with wine. …

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Artist gets her mojo back

Avril with her new encaustic work

By Lindsey Turnbull Over the past 16 years or so South Africa-born Avril Ward has been delighting Cayman’s art lovers with her paintings and sculptures. She is an active member of the artistic community and a successful artist who has participated in many exhibitions and shows here. However, at the …

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Taste of Cayman ends your diet

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By Natasha Were Whilst elsewhere in the world the post-Christmas period is a time to exercise restraint and atone for the excesses of the festive season, in Cayman fine food and creative cocktails keep on coming. The Taste of Cayman Food & Wine Festival, one of the most important events …

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Happy hour sips

Anchor & Den offers some tempting cocktails.

By Joanna Lewis joanna@caymanreporter.com   Not only has Anchor & Den, the chic beach house-themed dining space at the Marriott Grand Cayman Beach Resort, been lauded for its food, its drinks are now award-winning too. At the recently held Jamaica Observer Table Talk Awards Cayman Islands Edition, the Seven Mile …

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A Capella on Luca’s menu

Singrays: standing from left, Kimberly Febres, Nicholas Dixey, Elaine Graham, Paul Febres. Sitting: Rebecca Wall

By Lindsey Turnbull As part of a year-round serving of popular musical and cultural offerings delivered by Cayman Arts Festival, Music on the Menu is on at Luca on Jan. 19, and will be featuring the a capella group, Singrays.  Cayman Arts Festival Cayman Arts Festival was established in 2003 …

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New neutrals dominate colour trends

Coffee tables are a perennial favourite

(BPT) – From furniture to walls, new homes to remodels, cool greys have dominated home design palettes for the last five years. Look to 2017 to gently shake things up with a focus on fresh neutrals that bring warm and cool tones together to create versatile colour with timeless appeal. …

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Ole! Cubans roll out the red carpet

The architecture in Old Havana is breathtaking

Many Cayman residents have visited Cuba but those with American passports rarely used to in case they had difficulty going to the United States for fear that their passports will reveal that they’ve visited the island that was in conflict with their homeland for so long. It used to be …

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Choose Laughter: Bowling

Author Faye Lippitt

By Faye Lippitt I took the kids bowling today. Greg was at work, and our church group had planned a family day at the lanes long ago, so thinking it might be entertaining for the kids, we set out. *Note to self: kids don’t need any extra entertaining. Life for …

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