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Arts-Entertainment

Etelman Observatory’s Next Public Observing Night Set for Friday, March 24

The latest public observing session will feature views of the planets Venus and Mars as well as various deep sky objects including several nebulae and galaxies under a waning crescent moon.
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The Bookworm: Have You Heard the One About?

This is a great book for preteens, although it will touch a teen too. “Flying Lessons & Other Stories” is something you should be more than just hearing about.
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Mango Tango to Present The Sylvia and Dunkerley Exhibition

Mango Tango Art Gallery unveils The Sylvia and Dunkerley Exhibition from 5:30 to 8:30 pm., Friday, March 24, at a rum punch reception. The show will run for one month.
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Pistarckle to Teach Theater Classes for Children, Adults in April

Pistarckle Theater will teach these theater classes during April at Pistarckle Theater, 4126 Anna’s Retreat, Tillett Gardens, St. Thomas.
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Deadline Extended for New Playwrights Festival Submissions to March 31

Children and adults who have a passion for writing plays may submit an original play for consideration to be presented on a professional community theater stage.
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Copenhagen Royal Chapel Choir to Salute V.I. Transfer Centennial

The U.S. Virgin Islands can look forward to the magic of the acclaimed Copenhagen Royal Chapel Choir under the patronage of His Royal Highness Prince Henrik of Denmark.
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The Bookworm: ‘Scores’

“Scores” involves rompishness, humor, surprisingly heart-pounding chapters, a little Goodfellas, a little Boogie Nights, and quite a bit of fun.
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Jacqui Naylor to Perform and Debut New Album on Water Island

Jazz vocalist and songwriter Jacqui Naylor will return to Water Island this month and debuts songs from her new album, “Q&A.”
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Pistarckle to Present Musical ‘Working’ March 16 to April 1

“Working” is adapted from the book by Studs Terkel, with songs by Craig Carnelia, Micki Grant, Lin-Manual Miranda, Mary Rodgers and Susan Birkenhead, Stephen Schwartz and James Taylor.
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The Bookworm: ‘Madame President’

Though you’ll cringe often when reading this, it’s a book that’ll make you want to cheer. World history buffs will truly enjoy “Madame President.”
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