5 things you need to know – Feb 15

It’s finally here, that small festival we’ve been talking about for an entire year…KAABOO! If you’ve left it to the last minute and FOMO is taking over your life, you’re out of luck, tickets have officially sold out.  Students at the Montessori By The Sea after school programme have spent the month collecting presents to donate to sick children

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How to have a great Valentine’s Day no matter what your Facebook status says

Of all the holidays that come and go each year, Valentine’s Day is the one that really puts into perspective on which stage your romantic relationship resides, especially if you are single. Thanks for the reminder, am I right?! Now considering this holiday ultimately has two different points of view, we are here to give

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5 things you need to know – Feb 8

Go nuts this weekend at Cocofest, a festival dedicated to celebrating all things coconut! Held at Pedro St James on Saturday from 12 – 6pm with proceeds of the festival supporting Meals On Wheels.  It was announced this week the Cayman Islands current UK Representative Eric Bush will head up Cayman’s new Ministry of International Trade, Investment, Aviation and

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5 things you need to know – 1 Feb

Oscar winner Natalie Portman will be visiting Cayman next week to speak at the Cayman Alternative Investment Summit.  We’re two days away from one of the biggest sporting events, the Super Bowl. Don’t know where to watch the game? Check out this list of local bars showing the game on Sunday.   The Caribbean Journalhas listed Grand Cayman as the number one

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When it (might) rain on the parade

Difficult decisions are made on a daily basis. But making “the call” is only the first step. The second step is ensuring the decision is properly communicated if you want it to be successfully executed. In order to make a reasonable and responsible choice all points of view must be looked at; experts should be

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