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Inmate Sentenced for Contraband

Chief District Court Judge Wilma A. Lewis sentenced Gregoire George on Friday to 34 months in prison for possession…

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Seaborne and JetBlue to Share Flights Across the Caribbean

Seaborne Airlines and JetBlue Airways, the largest carrier in San Juan, have finalized terms to begin what the industry calls a "codeshare marketing relationship."

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2015-05-26 22:37:27
Memorial Day: Brooklyn Woman Seeks Family of Fallen V.I. Soldier

It's been more than a decade since St. Croix native son Pfc. Jason N. Lynch died in combat in Iraq – June 18, 2004. But his sacrifice has continued to be felt, and not just on the tropical island where he grew up.

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2015-05-24 23:05:38
Man Charged with Possession of Unlicensed Firearm

Officers on foot patrol in downtown Christiansted early Saturday arrested 21-year-old Jahmel K. Galloway and charged him with on of an unlicensed firearm, the V.I. Police Department reported.

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2015-05-23 20:26:24
Arts/Entertainment — St. Croix
BILLY ELLIOT DANCES ON BEAT IN OFFBEAT FILM

The British have a knack for so many things – literature, fish and chips, turning out a good (if warm) pint, scorning and adoring and their royalty, and producing fine, offbeat, working class films. And it looks like "Billy Elliot" is one of those.

Read entire articleApr 5 2001 - 10:27am
BILLY ELLIOT DANCES ON BEAT IN OFFBEAT FILM

April 5, 2001 – The British have a knack for so many things – literature, fish and chips, turning out a good (if warm) pint, scorning and adoring and their royalty, and producing fine, offbeat, working class films. And it looks like "Billy Elliot" is one of those.

Read entire articleApr 5 2001 - 10:26am
SPY KIDS, SPY PARENTS --OH, MY

There's probably worse ways to spend an hour or so than watching two "Spy Kids" track down their two spy parents, so, if you go along with that, you're in for a feel-good family treat. And there's few palatable ones of those, (in a movie theater, that is.)

Read entire articleApr 5 2001 - 10:19am
ST. JOHN IS LOCATION, INSPIRATION FOR NEW ART

Mainland dancers, a choreographer, musicians, a composer, synchronized swimmers, a storyteller and assorted technical and administrative personnel are beginning a week's worth of cultural and natural history immersion on St. John Wednesday in the process of creating new performance works of art that will result in potentially vast exposure for the island -- and, by extension, the whole territory.

Read entire articleApr 4 2001 - 9:12am
CLASSICAL LINEUP FOR THE 45TH CASALS FESTIVAL

Plans are falling into place for Puerto Rico's annual fortnight of classical music immersion, the Casals Festival. This year's 45th annual fest, set for June 2-16, is to feature Germany's Bamberg Symphony Orchestra, Poland's Sinfonietta Cracovia and the Russian chamber ensemble Moscow Soloists as visiting heavy hitters. The Moscow group will also make an appearance at the Reichhold Center on St. Thomas.

Read entire articleApr 4 2001 - 7:09am
EVIL, MYSTICISM MEET IN NATIVE AMERICAN NOVEL

A story of hatred, vengeance and violence is intertwined with Native American history and mysticism in "Kiss of the Bees." Lacking familiarity with the indigenous peoples of Arizona, Source reviewer Bette Davis found the book's invitation to explore them irresistible. Sponsored by Dockside Bookshop

Read entire articleApr 2 2001 - 8:06pm
'CANDLELIGHT SERIES' ENDING WITH A FAMILY AFFAIR

The final pair of concerts in the St. Croix Landmarks Society's Music at Whim series this season comes on Friday and Saturday, April 6 and 7. Performing will be four members of an exceptionally musical family – Marc Johnson on cello, Katherine Johnson on piano, and their daughters Kirsten Johnson on viola and Nicole Johnson also on cello.

Read entire articleMar 29 2001 - 9:01am
15 MINUTES - OF MURDERS AND FAME

Smart movie people shouldn't give films titles like "15 Minutes"; it simply makes a film a sitting duck for criticism.

Read entire articleMar 22 2001 - 6:44pm
CRUCIAN ARTIST OPENS GALLERY IN C'STED

St. Croix-born artist Danica David will toast the opening of her new art gallery in the heart of historic downtown Christiansted with a reception at 8 p.m. April 6.

Read entire articleMar 22 2001 - 5:01am
NICOLETTE JELEN AT THE HENLE STUDIO

Maria Henle Studio is pleased to present printmaker Nicolette Jelen. The works are monoprints and mezzotints, all hand-pulled prints on paper.

Read entire articleMar 21 2001 - 7:19am