December 13, 2017 8:05 pm Last modified: 6:01 pm

Things to do

In Recovery Mode, St. Croix Landmarks Society Releases December 2017 Calendar

As the Christmas season approaches, the St. Croix Landmarks Society, which operates the Estate Whim Museum, the Apothecary Hall Museum, a Research Library & Archives and other historic sites and programs in the U.S. Virgin Islands, has announced its December 2017 calendar. “Like t
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WTJX Partners With Sony, Ematic, Carson-Dellosa to Bring Educational Resources to V.I. Children

With support from Sony Electronics Inc., Ematic and PBS, WTJX is providing BRAVIA® 4K smart TVs and playback devices and PBS KIDS Plug & Play HDMI streaming sticks to Head Start Centers and preschools in the territory, offering young children access to PBS KIDS educational content
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CMCArts to Re-open Nov. 14; First Exhibition Set for Nov. 17

The Caribbean Museum Center of the Arts is getting back on its feet. Exhibitions and performances have been rescheduled.
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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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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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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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‘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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Black holes collide

STT Astrophysics Conference To Look At Black Hole Collisions

The University of the Virgin Islands is hosting a conference on astrophysics this week, looking at the newly-confirmed existence of gravitational waves sent across the universe when two black holes- bodies of such immense mass and density that no light can escape - collide.
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Veterans Affairs, American Legion Schedule V.I. Memorial Day Activities

Following custom, the VA will have activities on all three islands. The following is a list of the dates, times and locations of this year’s events.
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