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Saturday, September 19, 2020

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PromoTix Releases PromoStream Innovating, Pushing the Industry to New Heights

U.S. Virgin Islands: PromoTix has announced PromoStream, a new ticketed live streaming software platform.

COVID Creativity: Drawings by La Vaughn Belle

I return to the Storm series to bear witness to the uncertainty of our time.

COVID Creativity: Poem by Sandra C. Bradley

COVID Creativity is a new Source arts feature highlighting the work of our creative readers as they respond to a time of global pandemic.

Community Foundation Partners With Endowment for the Humanities to Help VI Organizations

In the absence of a humanities council in the U.S. Virgin Islands, Community Foundation of the Virgin Islands applied for and was awarded NEH funding that CFVI will subaward to eligible entities through the territory to support humanities programming and activities.

Live Entertainment Resumes With Restrictions Monday

The “COVID-19 Guidance for Restaurants, Bars and Nightclubs” clearly states that live music or a disc jockey (DJ) shall not be permitted after midnight.

Source At-Home Reading: ‘This Is Not My Hat’

The Source staff is presenting readings of children’s books in the spirit of offsetting the confusion and upheaval in their lives brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic.

COVID Creativity: Painting by Susan Edwards

Like the quarantine, this project has often felt endless. Walking and swimming at Magens Bay most mornings at 6 a.m. has been the most reassuring element of my routine for these 10 weeks as travel plans were cancelled, rescheduled and cancelled again.

COVID Creativity: Painting by Janice Marie Penn

The COVID-19 pandemic abruptly brought the fast-paced environment as we knew it to a hard stop. It allowed me to reignite my appreciation for nature and its offerings.

DOE Plans Virtual Graduations for Public School High Schools May 26-29

The prerecorded ceremonies will stream on DOE’s Facebook page at 3 p.m. daily and broadcast on Viya Channels 26 and 27.

COVID Creativity: Assemblage by Lisa Etre

The images in the squares resemble human skulls peering out from behind closed windows. They represent the lost identities of the tens of thousands of people who have passed away in the last two months from the coronavirus.

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