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CAMANA BAY TIMES

The first issue of Camana Bay Times was published in the spring of 2007, before the Town Centre opened, to share the vision of what was to come. In January 2017, Camana Bay Times was relaunched as a monthly community newspaper to celebrate the development’s 10-year anniversary and continues to share details on community happenings.

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13 November 2019

Camana Bay’s Farmers & Artisans Market returns to...

Camana Bay's bustling Farmers & Artisans Market returned to the Paseo on 30 October. The full Farmers & Artisans Market along...

12 November 2019

Agua: a restaurant success, offering world-class waterfront dining...

Important parts of the Agua team include, from left, co-owners Cristiano Vincentini and Walter Fajette, award-winning bartender Cory...

6 November 2019

Planes, pigs and automobiles: November showings at Camana...

By Jarrett Theberge As the holidays approach, Hollywood steps on the gas with the release of highly anticipated films. "Midway," with...

28 October 2019

Beauty tips from the Cayman Islands: Gel nail...

By Darla Dilbert It is common for ladies to be uncertain of what nail treatment they are receiving because there are so many different...

22 October 2019

Life in Middle School: A new home and...

By Molly Robson A year ago, I was just another kid in the Canadian public school system — one out of more than 100,000 in my city, all...

21 October 2019

Dressing for a photoshoot: tips from Picture This...

This photograph shows Camana Bay Times Columnist Lisa Reid and her family coordinated in solid colours inspired by the beach and the...

17 October 2019

Book Talk: The scary, transparent world of “The...

By Alanna Warwick-Smith In George Orwell’s classic novel "1984," readers are made immediately aware that something is not right with...

14 October 2019

Treat yourself and get your Christmas list checked...

Shoppers’ Night Out is back for the seventh year and it’s a shopping experience you don’t want to miss! This Thursday, 17 October...

11 October 2019

Sous vide or not sous vide?

By Maureen Cubbon Admittedly, I was a little late to the sous vide game. I was first exposed to it during the Cayman Cookout 2012 and it...

10 October 2019

Focus on flora: Sea Lavender on Grand Cayman

By Shannon Schmidt Plants, especially tropical varieties, usually attract attention for their flowers, but there are many other plants...

4 October 2019

A pointed path to pregnancy: fertility acupuncture in...

By Lisa Boushy For women who are having difficulties getting pregnant, acupuncture might not be at the top of their list of fertility...

1 October 2019

Joker is wild in October at Camana Bay...

By Jarett Theberge As the Marvel Cinematic Universe has cooled down after the massive event that was “Avengers: Endgame” and...

27 September 2019

Healthy skin and cool waters

By Sharon Eyers Living in the Cayman Islands and surrounded by our beautiful waters, it’s only natural for us to be swimming in the...

26 September 2019

Giving a voice to the unheard

By Alanna Warwick-Smith Grand Cayman is abuzz about "The Confessions of Frannie Langton," the debut novel by Caymanian Sara...

25 September 2019

A braise of glory

I have had the pleasure of hosting many visiting friends, cooking classes and events over the last few months and my saving grace — and...

23 September 2019

Print your pictures

A large printed photograph of Camana Bay Times columnist Lisa Reid and her family. By Lisa Reid Now that we are firmly in the digital...

23 September 2019

A street market feast

The drinks station at the Taste of Asia offered three different kinds of sake, Japanese whisky, Prosecco and several kinds of beer....

20 September 2019

Learning made fun

Faculty of Cayman International School's new Early Childhood campus gathered in the outdoor area where students will play and explore....

19 September 2019

Starbucks welcomed to Camana Bay

By Alan Markoff The morning queue started at the serving counter, extended out of the front door and snaked across the Camana Bay Paseo...

18 September 2019

Focus on flora: Elephant ears

By Shannon Schmidt The common name "elephant ears," when referring to plants, generally refers to two: Alocasia and Colocasia — both...