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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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13 November 2019

Camana Bay is the home of the holidays...

Camana Bay is the home of the holidays, and this holiday season families and friends are encouraged to celebrate the most wonderful time of...

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...

1 November 2019

Loop: Take a tour of the new Foster’s...

By Alana Fearon It was a long 18 months, but the wait is finally over and the new Foster's Camana Bay is open! Foster's broke ground...

1 November 2019

Loop: Loop’s Five Fave Foster’s Features

Yesterday we attended the opening of the 60,000 square foot store at Camana Bay and couldn’t be more excited! Aside from the size and...

29 October 2019

MichelleSchomp.com: Retired Toddlers in Grand Cayman

By Michelle Schomp We visited Grand Cayman for one month, mid October - mid November, staying out on Rum Point, which we found to be a...

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...