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Gerard Sperry, left turned away from the camera, begins the tour at the historic site of Fort Christian where he relays pirate stories for patrons Bhushan Pandya, Ketan Pandya, Kavita Goel and Rashmi Pandya. (Source photo by Bethaney Lee)

Learn V.I. History While Eating Like a King on a St. Thomas Food Tour

There are many ways to bask in the St. Thomas sunshine but Gerard Sperry and his wife, Aslin Sauer, have made a living on it by offering walking tours to visitors and locals alike. During the Historic Main Street Tour, guests are taken on a culinary experience laced with the island’s history.

Four Charged with Assault in Apparent Hate-Based Attack

Four St. Croix women are slated to appear in court on charges that they assaulted a transgender woman who says they referenced her sexual orientation and style of dress as they beat her in an incident caught on videotape.
Mary Elliott, Curator National Museum of African American History and Culture, addresses the audience at the Guinea Warehouse. (Source photo by Elisa McKay)

Shipwrecks, Archeological Sites Give Testimony to Lives of St. Croix’s Enslaved Ancestors

National Park Service hosted the Slave Wrecks Project’s current status and multiple research efforts across St. Croix in a presentation at the Guinea Warehouse in Christiansted.
Gov. Albert Bryan, left, meets with V.I. Horsemen and VIGL. (Government House photo))

Governor: Gaming Group Needs Racetrack Management Plan

After several months of apparent inaction on the development of new horse racing facilities for the Virgin Islands, stakeholders sat down with Gov. Albert Bryan to devise a way forward.
The aircrew of an MH-65 Dolphin helicopter from Coast Guard Air Station Borinquen and a Royal Netherlands Navy helicopter rescue swimmer take a photo with the four survivors of a capsized vessel, after they were rescued earlier 45 miles south of Vieques, Puerto Rico July 14, 2019. The rescued boaters were transported to St. Croix, where they were received by Customs and Border Protection authorities. (U.S. Coast Guard photo)

Rescued Boaters Flown to STX

Helicopters from U.S. Coast Guard Air Station Borinquen and the Royal Netherlands Navy rescued four men from a capsized vessel Sunday, about 45 nautical miles south of Vieques, Puerto Rico.
Gov. Albert Bryan discusses rebuilding with resiliency, paying subcontractors and becoming more inclusive as a territory, among other issues. (Source photo by James Gardner)

Watch: Conversation With the Governor, Part 4

The Source sat with Gov. Albert Bryan Jr. recently to talk about his first six months in office and some of the issues facing his administration.
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