October 23, 2017 7:41 am Last modified: 1:21 am

Arts-Entertainment

Art @ Top Hat Now Open Tuesdays Through Fridays

Art @ Top Hat is open after the hurricanes because it still has power, Internet and air-conditioning.
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Documentary About V.I. Organizations Is Released Online

Chris Bramley has finished his first feature-length documentary film, “A Place to Be Happy,” which is now available online for free.
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The Bookworm: Once You Start ‘The Diplomat’s Daughter’ You Can’t Stop

When reading “The Diplomat’s Daughter,” there are three words to remember: Impossible. To. Stop.
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Free Screenings Offered by ‘AARP Movies for Grownups’

All AARP members are invited to participate and must present their AARP card for entry.
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Carl Cannon

The Bookworm: ‘On This Date’ Captures U.S.’s Captivating Calendar

“On This Date: Discovering America One Day at a Time” by Carl Cannon, © 2017, $28, 448 pages It’s going to be a great day. You woke up this morning and you’ve got big plans, which is exciting. There’s food in the fridge, gas in the tank, and a roof over your head. Today’s going to be
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WTJX/PBS to Air One–Hour Documentary on ‘The Arab Americans’ in August

The film presents a previously unexplored chapter of American history, and it ties the rise and tribulations of this often misunderstood and maligned immigrant community to historical markers.
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Local Author’s Book on Audre Lorde Wins Lambda Literary Award

St. Croix author Dr. Gloria I. Joseph now has an award-winning biography/anthology to add to her long list of internationally recognized literary works.
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Aya de Leon (Photo by Anna de Leon)

The Bookworm: ‘The Boss’ is a Far-Fetched Summer Read

Pure escapism is what author Aya de León offers here with a story that actually has many separate plots – romance, family drama, a little espionage, and surprisingly righteous feminism – all of them appealing.
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‘Chasing Coral’ Documentary to Play 3 Times in Territory

The Division of Coastal Zone Management will be screening the environmental documentary “Chasing Coral” during the July 14th weekend.
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Free Gut

Students Can Learn About Free Gut in Two CHANT Summer Programs

Free Gut, a historic neighborhood dating back to the 1700s with an empowering story to tell, will be the site of two very interesting summer programs this year as a part of CHANT's (Crucian History and Nature Tourism) Invisible Heritage: Identity, Memory & Our Town Project.
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