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Opportunity Knocks?

Although we in the Caribbean have had our fair share of doom and gloom, there have been savvy investors taking the opportunity to step into projects that appear to have real value in this changing market. Some have snapped up distressed properties th...

April 01, 2011

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A Sense of Place

Practicing architecture in the Caribbean is not only a privilege but also an important social responsibility. The region has changed exponentially in the past few decades, shifting from a dependence on agriculture, shipping and light manufacturing to...

April 01, 2011

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24 Hours in Antigua & Barbuda

1. Haute Haven Nestled on Antigua's southeastern coast, St. James Club & Villas is a Caribbean jewel. Recently transformed thanks to a multi-million dollar renovation, this beachfront hideaway not only offers plush accommodation, it also houses multi...

April 01, 2011

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Artist Randy Chollette, One Love

To meet artist Randy Chollette is to be struck by his genuine warmth and humility. A quiet man who conducts himself with purpose and care there is a sparkle in his eye revealing the light within his spirit. A popular local artist, Chollette’s work...

April 01, 2011

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Architect: Donal McGrath

Having studied and worked in Dublin and London, Donal moved to the warmer climes of the Cayman Islands in 1990 where he founded BDCL Architects in 2004. A member of the Royal Institute of Architects, he has designed a wide range of properties across...

April 01, 2011

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Empire of the Sun

Eton educated, with a degree from Oxford and a stint in the Irish Guards, the sanguine Colin Tennant, “the wag that they could not gag,” inherited the title of Lord Glenconner in 1983. Cutting a distinctive figure, the shalwar kameezclad, cane-to...

April 01, 2011