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Arts-Entertainment

Gallery St. Thomas Presents Original Works by Antoine Chapon

Gallery St. Thomas is showing the oil paintings, watercolors, sculpture and watercolor giclees of St. Martin artist Antoine Chapon.
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Seussical the Musical Opens this Weekend

Antilles School opens its latest play – Seussical TYA! (Theater for Young Audiences) – on Friday.
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The Bookworm: ‘Dodge City’

Fans of Western U.S. history or lovers of Larry McMurtry novels should covet this nonfiction book; however, If you’re unfamiliar with Old West history, “Dodge City” just might test your mettle.
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Jazz in the Park Brings Cultural Celebration to Roosevelt Park

The sounds of Virgin Islands’ culture filled the Downtown Charlotte Amalie streets as jazz, quelbe, reggae and a variety of Caribbean-inspired jazz renditions had many at Saturday’s Jazz in the Park dancing the night away.
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Bajo El Sol Gallery to Begin March Events With ‘Natural Poetics’ Exhibit

Bajo El Sol Gallery in Mongoose Junction will delight audiences with the forces of nature at the opening of its exhibition "Natural Poetics" at 6 p.m., Friday, March 3.
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The Bookworm: ‘The Orphan Train’

“The Orphan Train” tells a story of friendship and saviors, set in a time when the line between friend and foe was sometimes faint.
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Mango Tango Art Gallery Opens Exhibit of Works by McCuddin and Thody

Mango Tango Art Gallery on Raphune Hill will exhibit works by Mel McCuddin and Mandy Thody beginning with an opening reception Friday, Feb. 24.
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The Bookworm: ‘Boomer’s Bucket List’

If you want something squeaky-clean to share with any teen or adult you know, this is it. No profanity, no steamy scenes, no problems – just a nice romance with a few curves.
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The Bookworm: ‘Why Time Flies’

Job-holders, parents, the science-minded, or anyone who says “Look at the time!” should look at this book. Read “Why Time Flies” and you’ll be having fun.
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The Bookworm: ‘The Blood of Emmett Till’

Indeed, this is as hot-button as they come, and it’s likely not the definitive word on this murder. Stay tuned – and in the meantime, “The Blood of Emmett Till” is the title to remember.
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