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DLCA Reminds Public About Preventing Underage Drinking During Carnival

In order to consume liquor, individuals must be 18 years of age or older. In order to ensure a safer…

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Early Registration for Beach-to-Beach Power Swim Ends Friday, May 6

The 13th annual Beach-to-Beach Power Swim will be held on Sunday, May 29, in the beautiful, protected waters of Virgin Islands National Park. Early registration will end Friday. May 6.

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2016-04-30 01:18:53
Beach Advisory for April 25-29

The Department of Planning and Natural Resources (DPNR) announces that the Beach Water Quality Monitoring Program, which evaluates weekly water quality at popular swimming beaches throughout the territory by sampling for Enterococci Bacteria and Turbidity, which is a measure of water clarity, advises the public of the following:

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2016-04-29 00:50:08
PSC Forces Innovative to Accept Payment at Business Offices

The PSC ruled this month to require Innovative to reinstate customer payment at its business offices. Innovative announced this week it would soon accept payments on a limited basis.

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2016-04-27 23:55:49
Arts/Entertainment — St. Thomas
PISTARCKLE HOLDING MORE REVUE AUDITIONS

Pistarckle Theater is re-auditioning for adult male and female singer-performers in its March production, the musical comedy revue "Swinging on a Star." Tryouts are Monday, Jan. 24, at 7 p.m. in American Yacht Harbor.

Read entire articleJan 20 2000 - 5:30pm
TOY STORY TWO BETTER THAN THE FIRST

"Toy Story 2" is said to be that rarest of things – a sequel even better than the original. The first "Toy Story"in 1995 became an international sensation, and the first animated feature ever to be nominated as a best screenplay (written directly for the screen).

Read entire articleJan 20 2000 - 1:46pm
RIPLEY COULD BE OSCAR WINNER

The acclaimed and very talented novelist, Patricia Highsmith, from whose book, "The Talented Mr. Ripley " was taken, has been called by The New Yorker, magazine, a novelist whose books are "peerlessly disturbing." Another source says that "calling Highsmith a mystery writer, would be a bit like calling Picasso a draftsman."

Read entire articleJan 20 2000 - 1:39pm
NEXT FRIDAY

Ice-Cube's jump into "Next Friday" is, apparently, a leap of faith shared by only a handful of fans. Albeit, a dedicated handful.

Read entire articleJan 20 2000 - 1:26pm
JON LUCIEN- NATIVE SON

St. Thomas native son Jon Lucien had two albums released in 1999 and several songs are the same on both - what’’s up with that?

Read entire articleJan 20 2000 - 1:21pm
SCENE & HERD - JAN. 19, 2000

A World alternative to Sinbad, an impressive piano man, a jam for all tastes, looks at a book, a play, a movie, a food affair, a Cuban art opening and a film fest. It's all right here in Scene & Herd.

Read entire articleJan 19 2000 - 9:56pm
A MOON-SHINE PARTY TO ECLIPSE ALL OTHERS

The first full moon of '00 takes place Thursday, Jan. 20 -- and happens to coincide with the first total lunar eclipse of said year. The combination has motivated a local astronomer and two music entrepreneurs to plan a party under the moon and the stars at Coral World.

Read entire articleJan 18 2000 - 10:42am
OAKLAND BALLET A REFRESHING DRINK

Dancer and choreographer Michele Shulterbrandt Agurkis offers a review of the Oakland Ballet.

Read entire articleJan 17 2000 - 7:49pm
SCENE & HERD - JAN. 14, 2000

Footwork and legwork, America's King, millennial moonshine, jazz, r&b, gospel, art shows and more. Read all about 'em in this week's Scene & Herd.

Read entire articleJan 14 2000 - 8:29pm
OAKLAND BALLET TO DISPLAY A DIVERSITY OF DANCE

When the Oakland Ballet arrived in the Virgin Islands on Thursday for performances Saturday on St. Thomas and Sunday on St. Croix, it brought along a kind of baggage that takes up no space but carries a great deal of weight: a tradition of preserving and creating dance history, a commitment to community outreach, and a track record of doing both well.

Read entire articleJan 13 2000 - 11:34pm