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VIEDA and Subsidiaries Hold Governing Board Decision Meeting Oct. 24

The V.I. Economic Development Authority, along with its subsidiaries -- the Economic Development Commission and the Economic Development Bank, will…

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Police Commissioner Rodney F. Querrard Sr. discusses the Thursday, Sept. 4, 2014, homicide of Keithroy Caines at Oswald Harris Housing Court.

 
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WAPA Board OKs Funds for Propane Conversion

The board of the V.I. Water and Power Authority approved a $4.2 million contract for design and upgrade of the fire protection systems needed for the conversion to propane gas.

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2014-10-23 20:55:56
Philanthropist Peter Gruber Dies

Peter Gruber, a businessman who donated generously to various entities in the Virgin Islands and around the world, died Saturday after a long illness, with his wife Patricia at his side

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2014-10-22 23:17:02
Ferry and Sailboat Collide Near Red Hook

The U.S. Coast Guard is investigating the cause of a collision between Varlack Venture’s ferry, Capitol Venture, and the 65-foot sailboat New Horizons. The collision occurred Wednesday, according to the Coast Guard.

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2014-10-22 22:25:56
Arts/Entertainment — St. Thomas
HOW SWEET IT IS: AN EVENING OF 'JUST DESSERTS'

Well, okay, if you're on a serious weight-loss regimen, "Just Desserts" is probably not a good event for you. For most anyone else, there's no need to be inhibited. Family Resource Center's 3rd annual fund raiser is set for Wednesday evening at Cafe Amici, and for the $15 price of admission, you can nibble your way through dozens of sweet treats prepared by top St. Thomas chefs and bakers.

Read entire articleNov 6 1999 - 1:38pm
SAN JUAN OPENING 'TREMENDOUS,' COOK-RUTNIK SAYS

"Galleries Night" happens on the first Tuesday of every month in Old San Juan, attracting thousands of Puerto Rican art lovers to enjoy an after-hours walking tour of the dozens of art emporiums and museums that line Cristo Street. November's event had an attraction no other Night has had: the opening of a solo show by a Virgin Islands artist.

Read entire articleNov 6 1999 - 12:19pm
DESTINATION DOWNTOWN MEANS ART, MUSIC, MORE

There'll be "Art in the Alleys, Dancing in the Streets" and more to attract residents and visitors to the heart of Charlotte Amalie Friday, as the St. Thomas-St. John Chamber of Commerce Destination Downtown Committee stages another in its series of occasional "lively Friday" extravaganzas.

Read entire articleNov 5 1999 - 8:39am
HERE'S A CHANCE TO RE-SEE STARFEST V

When STARfest V took to the Reichhold Center for the Arts stage last May, the crew of the Digital Video Institute based at the center was hard at work recording the sights and sounds from start to finish. On Wednesday, Nov. 10, they'll show the recording on the theater's big cinema-size screen. The public's invited, and admission is free.

Read entire articleNov 4 1999 - 12:47pm
FIGHT CLUB, VIOLENCE WITH A POINT, OR NOT?

Well, what do we have here? Roger Ebert calls "Fight Club" the "most frankly and cheerfully fascist movie since 'Death Wish,' a celebration of violence." Another reviewer calls it "a rare film that challenges the viewer to come up with his own interpretations.

Read entire articleNov 3 1999 - 9:07pm
HOLIDAY ARTS ALIVE FEST COMING NOV. 26-28

The yearend holidays are just around the corner, and that means the annual Arts Alive Arts and Crafts Festival at Tillett Gardens is even closer. This 19th fall fest is set for Nov. 26-28, and it's got a lot of new attractions.

Read entire articleNov 2 1999 - 8:31am
ST. THOMAS COMES OUT FOR PUERTO RICO SYMPHONY

It had been 18 years since a symphony orchestra was brought to St. Thomas. The throng which gathered to hear the performance of the highly refined Puerto Rico Symphony on Saturday evening seemed to indicate that we should not wait so long again.

Read entire articleOct 31 1999 - 7:27pm
NOSFERATU IS A FOREIGN FILM WITH BITE

Especially for Halloween, the Reichhold Center for the Arts has booked as this weekend's Cinema Sunday offering a neoclassic film about that fearsome favorite of horror stories, Count Dracula. But Nosferatu the Vampyre is more psychothriller than gory story.

Read entire articleOct 31 1999 - 9:41am
STANLEY AND THE TEN SLEEPLESS KNIGHTS

This is the second piece in a series on Quelbe, Scratch Band and Fungi Music.

Read entire articleOct 30 1999 - 4:47pm
PISTARCKLE'S LIVE DRACULA IS A GOOD SHOW

If you had dialed Transylvania 6-5000 Thursday night, you would have come up with "Dracula," whirling around the Pistarkle Theater production at Coral World. Reviewer Molly Morris reports that the pre-opening night performance played to a full house, and for the most part a horribly entertaining time was had by all. The play continues through Sunday and then again next Friday and Saturday, Nov. 5 and 6.

Read entire articleOct 29 1999 - 7:28pm