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Man Arrested in Sanchez Town Assault

Police arrested Fredericks Bedminister and charged him with assault in a Thursday assault that resulted in a women receiving…

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Antilles School Has Music Appreciation Week; Student Wins State Poetry Out Loud

Antilles School celebrated Music Appreciation Week with everyone from 2015 Territorial Poetry Out Loud winner Jonathon Qualls to Charlotte Amalie High School's Marching Hawks, whose drumline "turned up" the Lower School stage.

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2015-03-28 09:28:04
First Caribbean Clean Energy Symposium Wraps Up

Some 40 participants of the first Caribbean Clean Energy Technology Symposium wrapped up the four-day conference Friday with visits to St. Thomas’ three energy and utility facilities.

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2015-03-27 23:32:25
Ferries Might Seek Rate Increase to Cover Higher Costs

The territory’s franchise ferry companies might ask PSC members to approve a rate increase to cover expenses associated with running two new government boats between St. Thomas and St. John.

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2015-03-27 23:30:51
Arts/Entertainment — St. Thomas
CINEMA SUNDAYS AT REICHHOLD

Cinema buffs are in for a real treat starting Oct. 3 when the Reichhold Center for the Arts celebrates its grand opening of Cinema Sundays with the award-winning Brazilian film, "Central Station."

Read entire articleNov 29 1999 - 7:03am
THE RED VIOLIN IS A LOT MORE THAN MUSIC

This weekend's Reichhold Center "Cinema Sunday" offering is The Red Violin, an ambitious adventure that offers a little something for every genre of film buff beyond those addicted to what today is understatedly labeled "action." It follows the "lives" of a classic violin through three centuries of international history, politics, war, romance, sex, silliness, mysticism, intrigue, deceit, with the requisite marvelous musical score.

Read entire articleNov 28 1999 - 6:58am
CHRISTMAS MUSIC CARIBBEAN STYLE

Here is the first of a three part series on Caribbean Christmas Music

Read entire articleNov 26 1999 - 7:15am
IT'S FAIR WEATHER THIS WEEKEND FOR ARTS ALIVE

For Matthew Calder, working with wood is not only physical but philosophical. He'll show and tell what that means this weekend at the annual Arts Alive Arts and Crafts Festival.

Read entire articleNov 25 1999 - 2:09pm
CATCH THE SAX CYMBALS AT THE DELLY DECK

The Sax Cymbals will be playing at Havensight Mall on Friday, Dec. 3, from 6:30 to 9:30 p.m. on the outside patio at the Delly Deck.

Read entire articleNov 25 1999 - 2:06pm
GET YOUR REICHHOLD CALENDAR HERE. . .

The 1999-2000 Reichhold Center for the Arts Calendar is off the presses and at lots of community locations just waiting for folks to pick up their copies.

Read entire articleNov 25 1999 - 1:45pm
SCENE & HERD: YES, RIGHT HERE IN THE SOURCE!

The past weekend was one of those rare times when Yogi Berra's famous comment about "deja vu all over again" made a fair amount of sense. In addition to coping with the wind and the rain, those folks in the local entertainment community known as "presenters" had to spend countless hours in the last week scrambling to confirm commitments if possible, reschedule when feasible and cancel when there was no choice. In cases involving off-island artists, transportation was the key to success or failure.

Read entire articleNov 22 1999 - 9:32am
THIRD WORLD IS HERE AND SHOWS WILL GO ON

Yes, reggae lovers, the Third World shows will go on! The band flew into St. Thomas at 10 o'clock this morning after being stranded overnight in San Juan, and tonight's concerts at the Reichhold Center for the Arts are on as scheduled, at 7 and 10 p.m.

Read entire articleNov 20 1999 - 12:02pm
MANCE JAZZ TRIO RESCHEDULED FOR FRIDAY NIGHT

Hurricane Lenny kept the Junior Mance Trio from opening the season of non-classical concerts at Tillett Gardens Wednesday night. But the storm won't keep the musicians from doing what they flew into St. Thomas this week to do: play jazz for their fans. The concert has been rescheduled for Friday night.

Read entire articleNov 18 1999 - 11:57pm
CARIBBEAN GOSPEL CONCERT SET FOR SATURDAY ONLY

A Caribbean gospel concert will take place Saturday night at the National Guard Armory. That wasn't the original plan, or even the revised plan, but it's really going to happen, and that's cause for jubilation on the part of organizer Gloria Gumbs.

Read entire articleNov 18 1999 - 11:50pm