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VIWMA to Permanently Close Bournfield Bin Site on August 1

The Virgin Islands Waste Management Authority (VIWMA) informs residents living on the west end of St. Thomas that effective Monday,…

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Disqualified Senate Candidate Ivy Moses Still On Ballot

Although disqualified as a candidate, St. Thomas Board of Elections member Ivy Thomas is still on the ballot as a Democratic Party candidate for Senate as early primary voting began Tuesday.  

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2016-07-26 22:48:42
Texas Society of the Virgin Islands to Hold 32nd Chili Cook-Off

More than 6,000 attendees are expected at the 32nd annual Texas Society of the Virgin Islands Chili Cook-Off on Sunday, Aug. 21, at Brewers Beach on St. Thomas.

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2016-07-26 22:34:41
Early Primary Voting Scheduled for July 26-31

Early Voting for the 2016 Primary Election is set to commence in both districts on Tuesday, July 26 and will end on Sunday, July 31., according to the Joint Boards of Elections in concert with the Office of the Supervisor of Elections.

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2016-07-26 06:57:39
Arts/Entertainment — St. Thomas
SUPERNOVA SCI-FI BLOCKBUSTER

This latest venture of noted director Francis Ford Coppola, another "sci-fi blockbuster," apparently falls short of the mark. "Supernova" comes up not quite as super as billed, according to some reviews.

Read entire articleJan 27 2000 - 8:43pm
GIRL INTERRUPTED

"Girl, Interrupted," a coming-of-age- troubled tale, has been called a female "One Flew over the Cuckoo's Nest." It isn't, quite. According to reviews, however, it manages to hold its own on its own merits.

Read entire articleJan 27 2000 - 8:34pm
SCENE & HERD - JAN. 26, 2000

Forget Sinbad's Soul Fest; coming up we've got movies, movies and more movies -- and, this weekend, a really big art show.

Read entire articleJan 26 2000 - 11:51pm
DENZEL IS THE HURRICANE

Denzel Washington's career simply becomes more and more versatile, to say nothing of powerful, as he leaps out of the bed where he was confined in "The Bone Collector," to the boxing ring, and, ultimately, the prison where he finds himself confined in "The Hurricane."

Read entire articleJan 26 2000 - 9:49pm
ANTILLES INTERNATIONAL DINNER IS JAN. 29

This year's annual Antilles School International Dinner, an all-you-can-eat experience in multicultural cuisine that's open to the public, is set for Saturday, Jan. 29, at the St. Thomas Yacht Club.

Read entire articleJan 25 2000 - 3:35pm
PATRONS TO GET CLOSE-UP LOOK AT PIANIST PRATT

In his upcoming third Virgin Islands tour, pianist Awadagin Pratt will be performing on St. Thomas at the "small hall" of Tillett Gardens, not the huge Reichhold Center where his previous two programs were held.

Read entire articleJan 23 2000 - 10:32pm
GALLERY SEEKS ENTRIES FOR 'SWEET-ART' SHOW

Bajo el Sol Gallery at Mongoose Junction on St. John, in conjunction with the St. Thomas-St. John Arts Council, will present a "Hearts & Flowers Valentine Exhibition" of artwork that will open on Sunday, Feb. 13, with a champagne reception. Here's entry information.

Read entire articleJan 23 2000 - 2:32pm
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