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Half a dozen young people, local artists and music producers have created a peace song for Carnival 2014. To read more about the song, click here.
 

 
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Virtue of the Week: Moderation

Moderation is creating a healthy balance in your life between work and play, rest and exercise. You don’t overdo or get swept away by the things you like. You use your self-discipline to take charge of your life and your time. 

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2016-07-24 12:58:57
DOH to Host Zika Public Forums

In response to the rise in Zika cases in the territory and the recent discovery that Zika can be sexually transmitted by both men and women, the V.I. Department of Health (VIDOH) is sponsoring two Zika public forums, one in each district.

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2016-07-23 07:19:16
V.I.’s Julius Jackson Loses to Opponent Odom in Third Round

After dominating for two rounds Friday against opponent Jerry Odom, 340 Boxing champ Julius Jackson (19-2, 15 KOs) got caught with a right to the head that left him unable to continue, allowing Odom to win the bout by technical knockout 1:54 into the third round. 

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2016-07-23 00:46:43
Arts/Entertainment — St. Croix
STILLER'S A MODEL OF ABSURDITY IN 'ZOOLANDER'

"Zoolander" is the tale of an appealing airhead of a male supermodel (Ben Stiller) who's duped by an evil fashion cartel into setting out to kill an Asian prime minister and thus ensure continuance of the sweat shops and child labor so important to today's read-to-wear industry.

Read entire articleOct 6 2001 - 3:18pm
MAGAZINE EXPLAINS INSPIRATION FOR HENLE'S ART

Readers who have never met artist Maria Henle or seen her work in person get to learn some things from an article in the current issue of Caribbean Travel & Life that her friends and neighbors on St. Croix may not know about how she got started creating her signature multi-image etchings and paintings.

Read entire articleSep 28 2001 - 10:32am
SHINING MOMENTS HARD TO COME BY IN 'GLITTER'

We tried, really tried, to find a web critic with something good to say about "Glitter," Mariah Carey's first major-role feature film. This is the best we could do...

Read entire articleSep 27 2001 - 10:13am
YVONNE PETERSEN BACK ON THE ART SCENE

Local artist Yvonne Petersen is revitalizing her place as a local artist with a display of her work at Chase Manhattan Bank’s Golden Rock branch on St. Croix.

Read entire articleSep 24 2001 - 4:13am
TWO 5-STAR HEROES SHINE IN TWO 5-STAR BIOS

Source book reviewer Richard Dey reads his way through two biographies of World War II heroes -- Dwight Eisenhower and Winston Churchill -- and finds both tomes "beyond criticism," as he defines his highest rating.

Read entire articleSep 19 2001 - 2:20pm
'A TRAITOR TO MEMORY' WILL WIN LOYAL READERS

For "suspense fiction" with characters you care about, it's hard to top Elizabeth George and her latest, "A Traitor to Memory," Source book reviewer Bette Davis reports.

Read entire articleSep 8 2001 - 10:22am
8-PART 'AFRICA' SERIES TO BE CARRIED ON WTJX

Over eights weeks starting Sept. 9, WTJX-TV/Channel 12 will be airing "Africa," a special presentation of the PBS "Nature" series produced by Thirteen/WNET New York. For V.I. viewers, a member of the St. Thomas-St. John African Association will introduce each program.

Read entire articleSep 6 2001 - 11:59pm
MAKING WAVES: WHAT'S THERE TO LISTEN TO

The Catfish goes for an endless summer, Charlene presents Tchaikovsky in major mode, and Doug does the birthday boys and Grandparents Day -- three answers to the question "What's there to listen to?"

Read entire articleSep 6 2001 - 1:19pm
ART ON ST. CROIX

If you are looking for art, or even food and art, here is the list that will help you chose where to look first. The listings here are compiled from a brochure currently in production to introduce and chronicle the art scene on St. Croix.

Read entire articleSep 3 2001 - 5:10pm
AN 'AWAKENING' THAT'S NOT QUITE AN EYE OPENER

Source book reviewer Richard Dey reserves judgment on economist-author Robert William Fogel's theory that a new religious "awakening" will advance spiritual equality in America. But he notes flaws in the writer's historical perspective.

Read entire articleSep 3 2001 - 5:04pm