Arthur Petersen is a product of the Virgin Islands Public Schools and has worked as a paraprofessional for 20 years. He explores the world of select women in classical music from the early 1800s to the present. The book is divided into three parts.
Healthcare professionals and their maternity clients have a chance to learn how to successfully nourish their babies with breast milk. The topic for Thursday’s 'Dinner with a Doctor' coincides with National Breastfeeding Month.
With school coming back in session, United Jazz Foundation is kicking off its VI Youth Ensemble music education program for underserved teens in St. Thomas thanks to a $5,000 grant from the Liberty Foundation.
The “Freedom” Exhibit opened in the upstairs gallery at the Caribbean Museum Center for the Arts on Aug. 5 to an enthusiastic crowd of art lovers. The group of artists exhibiting are mostly women, with the youngest member, a 15-year-old young man, and three short-film production teams. The collective energies of the participating artists produced a show that will have its last viewing when the doors open Saturday at 9 a.m.
Now in its 71st year, the Crucian Christmas Festival represents the island's longstanding cross-cultural influence, combining Caribbean, African, Spanish and Dutch influences to showcase a unique experience like no other in the region.
Come Home to St. Croix is a very “inclusive celebration” that was started 13 years ago in 2011 by the Landmarks Society of St. Croix. On Sunday afternoon, in the heat of the day, folks found their way to the celebration on the grounds of the Whim Plantation Museum.
St. Croix will be flooded with Latin music, food and dance starting Tuesday when the Virgin Islands Salsa Festival opens to spotlight the culture and raise funds for the Women’s Coalition of St. Croix.
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