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Arts-Entertainment

Veterans Affairs, American Legion Schedule V.I. Memorial Day Activities

Following custom, the VA will have activities on all three islands. The following is a list of the dates, times and locations of this year’s events.
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G-Clef Music Academy to Hold Summer Music Camp for Young Students

Regular registration for this unique all-music camp will end on Wednesday, May 31.
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'Super Freak'

The Bookworm: Fans of Rick James Will Enjoy ‘Super Freak’

While any fan of the music o the '70s will enjoy 'Super Freak,' but the book's audience is primarily would be super fans of the superstar.
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Copenhagen Royal Chapel Boys’ Choir Performs for VIMSIA

VI Montessori School and Peter Gruber International Academy (VIMSIA) welcomed the world renowned Copenhagen Royal Chapel Choir to perform on May 5.
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The Bookworm: ‘Into the Water’ May Be the Most Unsettling Novel You’ll Read

Paula Hawkins's novel, “Into the Water,” takes its time to get into, but once it does it becomes the most unsettling book you're likely to read this spring. For the lover of novels, this one is a dream.
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Forum Film Festival 2017 to Feature Three Award-Winning Movies

The Forum Film Festival is bringing three award-winning films to St. Thomas including “The Salesman,” which won this year’s Oscar for Best Foreign Film.
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Mongoose Junction’s “First Friday” Arts and Culture Event Scheduled for Cinco De Mayo

From 6-9 p.m., the monthly event features live music, featured artists and art exhibits, cultural performances, sale specials, contests and more.
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The Bookworm: Backman’s ‘Beartown’ Can’t Be Beat

You don’t have to know hockey to enjoy this story; you might like it better if you don’t. You may even love it if you’re a fan of keeps-you-guessing novels of exquisite storytelling. If you’re a big Backman fan, you need this book because “Beartown” cannot be beat.
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Bookworm: ‘Wild Nights’ Casts an Eye on the History of Sleep

'Wild Nights' explains how biology and conditioning make us sleep as we do. Readers may find the subject so riveting they stay up all night turning pages.
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The Bookworm: ‘Two Good Dogs’ Doesn’t Quite Live Up to ‘One’

Everybody knows that double is better in sales (Buy-One-Get-One!), socks, and help (two hands make light work). It takes two for marriage, a duet, tennis team, and a tango. And in the new novel “Two Good Dogs” by Susan Wilson, two tails are better than one.
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