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Charlotte Amalie
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Lindbergh Bay on St. Thomas, a serene vista, but it's currently closed due to the coronavirus. (Source photo by Nour Z. Suid)

23 Self-Love/Self-Care Challenges for Days of Social Distancing

Have you been having negative thoughts about yourself? Do you have challenges when it comes to loving yourself. Are you ready to learn to love yourself more? Well, this article may just be the right one for you.
A many enjoys an early morning swim at Magens Bay. Such simple pleasures are on hold due to Gov, Albert Bryan Jrs.. order closing the beaches. (Source file photo by Kelsey Nowakowski)

There Might Have Been Other Steps Before Closing the Beaches

As we watched ignorant, self-absorbed individuals ignore the pleas of Gov. Albert Bryan Jr. to keep our distance, our greatest fear was that the many who have done as requested and need the stress relief of sun, salt water and some breathing room would suffer.

What Happens Afterwards?

Vince Danet asks that we be proactive and truly think about what comes after the pandemic subsides.

Retiree Makes Multipurpose Stimulus Business Proposal

Ivan Butcher II has a plan to use stimulus money to grow small businesses in the Virgin Islands.

Letter: President’s Declaration of COVID-19 Pandemic as Major Disaster for U.S. Virgin Islands Has...

On April 2, 2020, President Donald J. Trump, in Declaration Number FEMA-4513-DR, issued a Major Disaster Declaration for the Territory of the U.S. Virgin...

How to Respond to the Coronavirus in the Virgin Islands

Dr. Kim Waddell, the director of the Hazard Mitigation and Resilience Planning Project at the University of the Virgin Islands, shares his thoughts on the COVID-19 national emergency.
Sunset at Tropaco Point.

Op Ed: A Prayer for Our Community

Along with all V.I. Source associates I make this small offering as a contribution to the U.S. Virgin Islands Day of Prayer, Fasting and Reflection.

When the World Stood Still

Moleto A. Smith Jr. tells the story of a “child villain,” the “hero class” fighting against him and a chance to be “better versions of ourselves.”

Concerns About the Economy After COVID-19

Angel Luis Bolques Jr. advises the government of the Virgin Islands to prepare for the post-pandemic economy. He said, “There are a million questions that need to be answered ...”

Reflections of an Evolving Elder: Road to Hell is Paved with Arrogance

The road to hell is not so much paved with good intentions as with arrogance, avarice and avoidance. “Government exercises, including one last year, made clear that the U.S. was not ready for a pandemic like the coronavirus. But little was done.”

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