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DOH to Host Annual Wheel-Out Event: Get Fit to Fight Diabetes
In recognition of American Diabetes Month, the Virgin Islands Department of Health and its community partners will host the 3rd…

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Three events are slated for the opening of the school year – V.I. Fathers Back to School Barbecue and Fun Day on Saturday, Aug. 27; the Back to School Days of Prayer on Saturday , Sept. 3, and Sunday, Sept. 4; and the V.I. Fathers March on Sept. 6, the first day of school for public schools in the territory. Organizers are encouraging fathers to take their children back to school starting on the first day.

 
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Beach Advisory for December 5-9

The Department of Planning and Natural Resources (DPNR) announces that the Beach Water Quality Monitoring Program, which evaluates weekly water quality at popular swimming beaches throughout the territory by sampling for enterococci bacteria and turbidity, which is a measure of water clarity, advises the public of the following:

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2016-12-10 02:42:40
Sunday, Dec. 18, Is for the Birds and the Christmas Bird Counters

Volunteers on St. Croix will be participating in the Audubon Society’s Annual Christmas Bird Count on Sunday, Dec. 18. This year will be the 117th time the international organization has hosted the count all over the world.

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2016-12-10 02:34:40
Boat Parade to Kick Off Crucian Christmas Carnival

St. Croix's month of Christmas festivities gets going this weekend with the annual boat parade in Christiansted harbor, followed by Crucian Christmas Carnival competitions, fairs and tramps.

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2016-12-09 00:15:53
Arts/Entertainment — St. Croix
GALLERIES STARTING A MONTHLY 'ART WALK'

Six Christiansted art galleries are starting something new this season -- joining forces for a monthly Thursday evening "art walk."

Read entire articleDec 6 2001 - 5:57am
JAZZ VESPERS PRESENTS THE ELVIS PEDRO QUARTET

The Elvis Pedro Quartet steps into the spotlight for December's Jazz Vespers performance, Sunday at 5:30 p.m. in the St. Croix Reformed Church in Estate La Reine. The program will be "Straight Wes: A Tribute to Wes Montgomery."

Read entire articleDec 1 2001 - 4:04pm
MAKING WAVES: WHAT'S THERE TO LISTEN TO

A 40-year-old recording of Rachmaninoff's Third Piano Concerto featuring Byron Janis is Sunday's classic radio offering. After that, stay tuned for a tribute to George Harrison, who died on Thursday, and music by blues, folk and rock artists who were born or have performed on Dec.2.

Read entire articleNov 30 2001 - 7:53am
ROY LAWAETZ: AN ARTIST WITH THREE-PEAT APPEAL

If you appreciate the confluence of creativity and sensitivity that draws on deep cultural roots to find modern-day meaning -- and does so with a subtle sense of humor -- you may find yourself among the wide circle of admirers of St. Croix artist Roy Lawaetz's "triangular modular" work.

Read entire articleNov 29 2001 - 10:58am
REICHHOLD OFFERS CELIA CRUZ TRAVEL PACKAGES

In preparation for the Celia Cruz performance, the Reichhold Center for the Arts is offering a Celia Cruz Travel Package for individuals traveling to St. Thomas from St. Croix and Puerto Rico for the concert scheduled for 8 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 26.

Read entire articleNov 28 2001 - 5:48pm
ADAMS INSTITUTE TO BE CENTER OF MUSIC RESEARCH

The Chicago-based Center for Black Music Research is establishing an institute in honor of composer and bandmaster Alton A. Adams Sr. at his family home on St. Thomas that will serve as a center for the study of Virgin Islands and other islands' music.

Read entire articleNov 28 2001 - 5:08pm
DEPTH IS DEBATABLE IN 'SHALLOW HAL'

Is "Shallow Hal" a superficial film, or there real emotional depth here? The critics are all over the place on the Farrelly Brothers' new take on inner beauty perceived as outward appearance -- with the slender Gwyneth Paltrow playing a 300-pounder who looks to the hapless hero like she looks to the rest of us for true.

Read entire articleNov 24 2001 - 1:07pm
'HARRY POTTER' IS MAGIC -- SO WHAT ELSE IS NEW?

If you're willing to take the muggles' word for it, "Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone" may not measure up to readers' already-formed images, but that was pretty much a given from the get-go. And even so, the box-office traffic is going through the rooftops.

Read entire articleNov 22 2001 - 10:05pm
CONTEMPORARY 'OTHELLO' IS 'O,' SO FINE

"O" -- despite a title that for lack of context suggests nothingness -- gets applause from the critics for its take on Shakespeare's classic "Othello." The tragedy plays out in the world of basketball mania at an exclusive school.

Read entire articleNov 13 2001 - 11:14am
'DOMESTIC DISTURBANCE' A PREDICTABLE THRILLER

If you're not a John Travolta fan, and if you go to see thriller films because you expect them to offer thrills, "Domestic Disturbance," in which Travolta plays a down-on-his-luck divorced dad who sets out to rescue his son and former lady from the clutches of her new husband, may not be your best bet.

Read entire articleNov 13 2001 - 10:27am