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Labor Offers OSHA Safety Training for Temporary Workers

The Division of Occupational Safety and Health (OSHA), in collaboration with the University of Puerto Rico – Medical Science Campus,…

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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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Herman Hill Man Arrested on Weapons Charge

V.I. Police officers on Tuesday arrested John Clay, 41 of Herman Hill, and charged with possession of an unauthorized firearm.

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2015-07-29 23:17:53
Sports Spotlight: Coach Sherman Thomas Gets Back on the Sports Airwaves

After months spent recovering from a hit and run accident in November 2014, Arawaks football coach and local sports radio personality Sherman Thomas is now celebrating the return of his popular afternoon talk show on Radio 1000.

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2015-07-29 06:34:20
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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2015-07-27 02:55:32
Arts/Entertainment — St. Croix
ARTISTS GET OPPORTUNITY TO SHOW IN P.R. MUSUEM

Plans for the first-ever group showing of paintings by Virgin Islands artists in a Puerto Rico art museum will be discussed at a meeting May 10 on St. Thomas.

Read entire articleApr 23 2001 - 7:48am
ARTS SCHOLARS TO DELIBERATE AND CELEBRATE

More than 200 internationally recognized authorities on African and African-heritage arts are converging on St. Thomas this week for the kind of gathering they hold only once every three years, and they're doing it in part because it's Carnival time. The occasion is the 12th triennial Symposium on African and Caribbean Art, sponsored by the Arts Council of the African Studies Association, and it's the first such event to be held in the Caribbean.

Read entire articleApr 21 2001 - 8:29pm
HEARTBREAKERS -- JUST A COUPLE OF SWELLS

"Heartbreakers" follows the adventures of a couple of female dirty, rotten scoundrels, a mother/daughter scam team, who pick up the guys, seduce them and then fleece them, just for the fun of it. And the money.

Read entire articleApr 19 2001 - 7:29am
AFRICAN STUDIES SYMPOSIUM INSPIRES ART SHOW

In a show two years in the making, works by 18 Virgin Islands artists will go on exhibit April 17-26 on St. Thomas before traveling to North Carolina, where they will be on display in the coming academic year.

Read entire articleApr 10 2001 - 4:42pm
WHO TOOK AWARDS IN CLASSICAL COMPETITION

Here are the winners of the 12th annual Arts Alive/Innovative Telephone Classical Music Competition. The final round of judging for students from throughout the territory was Sunday at Island Center on St. Croix.

Read entire articleApr 9 2001 - 5:14pm
BLOW - BOY WINS DRUG FAME; BOY BLOWS IT

It seems like Hollywood has it in for Johnny Depp, or at least it's bound to cast him in sleazy roles. Emerging from a river rat, however charming, in "Chocolat," he shakes off that image only to become a true life sleaze, notorious drug dealer George Jung, in "Blow."

Read entire articleApr 6 2001 - 1:23pm
34 VYING IN CLASSICAL MUSIC FINALS SUNDAY

Fifteen students from St. Croix and 19 from St. Thomas/St. John will perform Sunday in the finals of the 12th annual Arts Alive/Innovative Telephone Classical Music Competition at Island Center. Some are "old pros," but others are taking part for the first time. That, says Arts Alive producer Rhoda Tillett, is what keeps the event going -- and getting ever more competitive.

Read entire articleApr 6 2001 - 11:55am
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