The classes Monday at Eulalie Rivera Elementary School focused on Virgin Islands history, tradition and culture with hands-on experiences in a program of games, food, dance and trivia questions.
On the final day of the 42nd St. Thomas International Regatta, the racing in the most highly competitive category came down to a tie-breaker.
A group of men and women gathered for poetry, music and readings Sunday to celebrate Women For Peace and honor one local peacemaker at the Rotary Club West Community Center.
At Sweet Bites Cake Shop Shawnda 'Shanni' Smith is deep frying crunchy, coconut-crumb-covered vanilla ice cream. She serves it with a dollop of her pale yellow butter cream icing, a piece of an Italian pizzelle wafer cookie, and a drizzle of local fruit sauce.
The 62-yacht fleet competing in this year's St. Thomas International regatta divided into two groups Saturday, one racing a round-the-buoy course and the other round-the-rock, testing the talents of seasoned sailors and weekend warriors alike.
Local folks went back in time Friday with stories, music, songs, and remembrances at a rededication and revitalization of Frederiksted's Dorsch Cultural Activities Center.
Spectacular broaches, inadvertent jibes, man-overboard rescues and crazy capsizes created a dramatic start to the 42nd St. Thomas International Regatta on Friday. Racing continues Saturday and Sunday.
V.I. Carnival will forego fireworks next week and cut back on entertainment this year, due to the government's budget shortfall, which has grown to $145 million.
The four members of a vacationing Delaware family sickened by the apparent use of a pesticide containing methyl bromide at Sirenusa condominiums on St. John remain in stateside hospitals.
Several years of budget cuts and the current massive funding shortfall have delayed contracted school pay raises, hurting morale and recruitment, and making it harder to fill vacancies.