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Half a dozen young people, local artists and music producers have created a peace song for Carnival 2014. To read more about the song, click here.
 

 
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UVI Student Wins First Place at National STEM Conference

Out of hundreds of presentations from students representing universities from around the country, UVI senior Jamila Martin won first place among emerging researchers at a national STEM conference.

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2014-04-23 00:08:29
'Together, Forever' Puts Peace on the Air

Half a dozen young people, local artists and music producers have gotten together to create a peace song, 'Together Forever' for Carnival 2014.

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2014-04-22 11:58:35
Undercurrents: No Stroll in the Park for V.I. Pedestrians

Many roads throughout the Virgin Islands make no accommodation for pedestrians, and the territory’s fatality rate for pedestrian accidents is among the nation’s highest.

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2014-04-22 01:08:52
Arts/Entertainment — St. Thomas
WALLACE AND GROMIT STAR AT CINEMA SUNDAYS

The Reichhold Cinema Sundays continues with Wallace and Gromit in a collection of animated shorts, at 7 p.m. Sunday Oct. 17 at the Reichhold Center for the Arts.

Read entire articleOct 17 1999 - 1:01pm
STARFEST '99 VIDEO SCREENING

At 8 p.m on Wednesday, Oct. 20 the Reichhold Center will present a free showing of the video production of the 1999 STARfest 5 event.

Read entire articleOct 17 1999 - 1:01pm
COKI POINT BUSINESSES TO POSTPONE TRIATHLON

Coral World, Dive World and a handful of other businesses in the Coki Point and Smith Bay area, are planning a unique triathlon aimed at getting the community actively involved in keeping the island clean. The event originally slated for Saturday, Oct. 23 has been postponed until Nov. 20.

Read entire articleOct 17 1999 - 10:31am
SCHOOL, eBAY TEAM UP TO RAISE MONEY

Internet auction giant eBay is joining forces with St. John's Pine Peace School to help raise funds to complete the school's library and computer center.

Read entire articleOct 17 1999 - 9:37am
ARTS ALIVE CONCERT SERIES FOR 1999-2000 SEASON ANNOUNCED

The Arts Alive concert series for the 1999-2000 season has been announced. These concerts will be held in the Tillet Gardens in Tutu, starting at 8 p.m.

Read entire articleOct 15 1999 - 6:56am
'DRACULA' TO EMERGE, TRYOUTS SET FOR NEXT SHOW

Pistarckle Theater has rehearsals well under way for the coming production of "Dracula," which opens the 1999-2000 season on Oct. 28 for a two-weekend run. Meantime, there's a casting call this weekend for children and adults to play in the company's next undertaking, "The Best Christmas Pageant Ever."

Read entire articleOct 14 1999 - 1:36pm
JAKOB THE LIAR

Described as "the English language version of Life is Beautiful," the Holocaust is brought to the screen once again, this time with Robin Williams starring as the title's protagonist, Jakob. "Jakob the Liar" is set in a Nazi-occupied ghetto in Poland during World War II.

Read entire articleOct 13 1999 - 9:39pm
YOUTH DANISH STEELBAND PERFORMS ON ST. THOMAS

A young steelband group from Denmark will take center stage for a "Steelband Sound Off" from 10 a.m. to 12 noon on Saturday, Oct. 16, at the Emancipation Garden.

Read entire articleOct 13 1999 - 8:36pm
QUELBE, SCRATCH BAND, FUNGI MUSIC – THE SUBTLE DIFFERENCE

Quelbe, Scratch band and Fungi music are all names for the indigenous music of the Virgin Islands. If you come from St. Croix where the music is most prolific, you call it Quelbe. The same music is called Scratch band music on St. Thomas and Fungi music on Tortola.

Read entire articleOct 12 1999 - 9:22pm
EAST MIXES MOON, MUSIC FOR FUND RAISER AFLOAT

By the light of the silvery moon, the Environmental Association of St. Thomas-St. John invites the public to join "in celebrating our environmental resources."

Read entire articleOct 12 1999 - 8:39am