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MAIN STREET MIRACLE SLATED FOR FRIDAY

It happens every year around this time. Stores stay open long after the last cruise ship sounds its horn to signal the end of a day. Steel pan music fills the air, decorative lights brighten the streets and alleyways, and people by the thousands flock to downtown Charlotte Amalie, transformed into a pedestrian paradise.
It's known as the Miracle on Main Street, and it's how the St. Thomas-St. John Chamber of Commerce celebrates the holidays. Now in its ninth year, the event is scheduled for Friday, Dec. 15th.

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It happens every year around this time. Stores stay open long after the last cruise ship sounds its horn to signal the end of a day. Steel pan music fills the air, decorative lights brighten the streets and alleyways, and people by the thousands flock to downtown Charlotte Amalie, transformed into a pedestrian paradise.
It's known as the Miracle on Main Street, and it's how the St. Thomas-St. John Chamber of Commerce celebrates the holidays. Now in its ninth year, the event is scheduled for Friday, Dec. 15th.