The ever-popular Red Sky at Night, which showcases the wide array of artistic talent in Cayman, returns this weekend.

As usual, the Cayman National Cultural Foundation-hosted multidisciplinary arts festival will highlight the work of local musicians and performers across four stages, and feature the work of dozens of fine artists, artisans and traditional food vendors.

This year, Red Sky at Night will take place on Saturday, 15 April, from 2pm until 11pm on the grounds of the Harquail Theatre on Lawrence Boulevard.

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Where is Punta Cana? Learn about the popular Caribbean tourist spot

Abundant in sunny weather, sandy beaches and all-inclusive resorts, Punta Cana is a popular destination for East Coast travelers and other American travelers. The tourist destination was even chosen as Mastercard’s top international destination for leisure travel in 2018. 

Looking to plan a trip to Punta Cana? Just want to beef up your knowledge of international tourist destinations?

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There’s a mural over the bar here by artist Michael Lester. It’s called Junkanoo, and it’s a vibrant, loud, pulsing depiction of Jamaica’s timeless, percussive dance.

The bar itself, named for Lester, is a celebration of the Caribbean rum tradition, with an exquisite selection of artisanal rum expressions from around the Caribbean Basin. 

In just a few years, the rum bar at Jamaica’s iconic Half Moon resort vaulted into the pantheon of Caribbean rum bars, attracting connoisseurs and beginning the rum adventure for countless more visitors. 

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Starting April 8, St. Thomas Carnival will kick into high gear with the theme “Illuminating our Culture for the World to See, St. Thomas Carnival 2023,” reflecting the pride and joy the presenters have in their heritage and celebrations, the V.I. Tourism Department announced Wednesday.

“Carnival season on St. Thomas is such a wonderful time of year. It allows us to showcase our culture, including our music, delicious food, history, design, and creativity. It dovetails perfectly with our tourism marketing campaign, ‘naturally in rhythm’ that highlights our authentic Caribbean experiences and culture,” said Tourism Commissioner Joseph Boschulte in announcing the schedule for the festivities.

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TORTOLA, BRITISH VIRGIN ISLANDS – For the first time since the 1980s, access to the British Virgin Islands(BVI) is getting much easier with daily nonstop service from Miami to Beef Island/Tortola, via American Airlines beginning June 1. The game-changing three-hour flight eliminates the need for travelers to connect in Puerto Rico or St. Thomas, getting them to the stunning Territory with ample time to enjoy their final destination, whether chartering a yacht or staying in a luxury villa, resort, or private island escape.

“As the first nonstop flight from the U.S. in decades, this is a monumental opportunity to bring more North American travelers to the crystal-clear waters of our beloved island-destination,” said Clive McCoy, Director of Tourism, British Virgin Islands Tourist Board & Film Commission. “We have one of the most beautiful collections of isles and cays anywhere in the world and look forward to offering our new and returning visitors an assortment of experiences in The Sailing Capital of the World.”

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