The sounds of Virgin Islands’ culture filled the Downtown Charlotte Amalie streets as jazz, quelbe, reggae and a variety of Caribbean-inspired jazz renditions had many at Saturday’s Jazz in the Park dancing the night away.
St. Thomas’ Roosevelt Park was filled with the sounds of funky, hip-hopping, beat-boxing and absolutely mind-blowing sounds as International Capital & Management Company (ICMC) hosted its final Jazz in the Park music series for the 2016 season.
St. Thomas’ Roosevelt Park was filled with the sounds of sizzling Latin jazz, smooth reggae and a variety of musical styles over the weekend as International Capital & Management Company (ICMC) hosted its biggest event to date.
Grammy-nominated percussionist and drummer Bobby Sanabria & Quarteto Aché will headline International Capital & Management Company’s (ICMC) expanded Jazz in the Park, scheduled for 4-10 p.m., Saturday, July 30, in Roosevelt Park on St. Thomas.
He is passionate about his craft, committed to developing his skill, focused on his mission, and living his dream. Reginald Cyntje is a musician, educator, and social activist, but one thing of which he is most proud, is being a Virgin Islander.
The police blotter for St. John contains entries for seven burglaries and one attempted burglary from Jan. 4-31, 2019, but only one burglary, one attempted burglary, and two cases of grand larceny have been reported so far in the month of February 2019. ... See MoreSee Less
Reports to the St. John police of burglaries and car break-ins have decreased this past month, but police still want visitors and residents to lock doors to their homes and vehicles when ...
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