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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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6 April 2020

Recipes from Camana Bay’s chefs for a delicious...

As the world deals with the unprecedented challenges of the COVID-19 pandemic, many of us are perhaps looking at a slightly different...

26 March 2020

Book Talk: A tidy approach to spring cleaning...

By Alanna Warwick-Smith Spring is my favourite time of year. I love the newness of spring and the hope of fresh possibility and change....

19 March 2020

Align with wellness: Building a strong immune system

By Kristina Maxwell A virus is a biological agent that gets into the cells of a host and then multiplies. Some people are more...

19 March 2020

Thank goodness for movies

By Jarrett Theberge In this time of social distancing and isolation, people are suddenly spending a lot of time at home. For people who...

19 March 2020

Book Talk: The peacefulness of poetry

By Alanna Warwick-Smith Poetry can come in a number of different forms such as sonnets, limericks, or haiku — just to name a few. Some...

17 March 2020

Talking about hair loss with Eclipze Hair Design...

By Alan Markoff It used to be that men who suffered from androgenic alopecia — better known as male-pattern baldness — were the...

13 March 2020

Prime Cuts: Back to basics with Chef Dylan...

By Dylan Benoit In the not-so-distant past, the world was full of specialists; people who dedicated their lives to understanding and...

11 March 2020

Align with wellness: Creating a healthy workstation

By Kristina Maxwell Some people joke that after the age of 30, it takes nothing to hurt oneself. Sleeping can even be an extreme sport...

9 March 2020

Focus on flora: Desert rose in Camana Bay

By Shannon Schmidt A bizarre, yet eye-catching, plant found in the Camana Bay landscape is the desert rose, or Adenium obesum. When...

6 March 2020

What’s cookin’ at Bon Vivant: Greener lifestyle choices

By Hilary Van Loon The month of March has long been synonymous with the colour green and everyone’s favourite Irish holiday, St....

2 March 2020

A Quiet Place Part II and Mulan open...

By Jarrett Theberge One of the most surprising and satisfying film trends of the late 2010s was the advent of established comedy actors...

27 February 2020

New Grand Cayman resort lifestyle boutique, Riviera, opens...

By Alan Markoff There's a new shop in Camana Bay that caters to resident or visiting women who enjoy the finer things of life in a...

21 February 2020

Focus on flora: Saltbush in the Cayman Islands

By Shannon Schmidt Perhaps not the flashiest of tropical plants, saltbush is nevertheless a knockout because of its ability to perform...

19 February 2020

Nurturing a career in dentistry: Dr. Charlecia Moore...

By Alan Markoff On 26 January, Dr. Charlecia Moore celebrated her one-year anniversary of working at Cayman Dental. However, her first...

17 February 2020

What’s cookin’ at Bon Vivant: Perfect wine pairings

Having good stemware, like Riedel’s Pinot Noir/Nebbiolo glass, can help bring out the best in your wines.   By Hilary Van...

14 February 2020

Beauty tips by Eclipze: Isn’t it romantic?

By Darla Dilbert From ancient times, love has been one of the most thought of and talked about emotions. Valentine’s Day is a...

13 February 2020

Align with wellness: Love your heart this Valentine’s...

By Kristina Maxwell In February, we tend to think about love more than other months of the year. Though there is no physiological...

11 February 2020

Life at middle school: Going that extra inch

By Molly Robson It’s been a long, gritty road to peace and we’re not there yet. Our world has come a long way from waging war on...

10 February 2020

Bookends Club announces 2020 reading list for book...

Caymanian Sara Collins' debut novel, "The Confessions of Frannie Langton" is one of the Bookends Book Club reading selections for...

7 February 2020

Jazzing at the cinema: a Cayman Arts Festival...

By Alan Markoff All that jazz featured at the Cayman Arts Festival concerts in the past won't be like jazz coming to Camana Bay Cinema...