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DEADLINE FOR CARIBBEAN COLOUR POSTER CONTEST

There will be a poster contest for the official poster for this year's St. Thomas-St. John Arts Council Caribbean Colour Exhibit. The deadline for poster drop off is March 1. The prize will be $100 plus one free entry into the show.

CALL TO ARTISTS

The 11th Anniversary of the St. Thomas-St. John Arts Council is coming up. The show will open March 21 at Coral World.
Artists wishing to display are required to have entries in to STAC no later than March 15. Artwork to be included in the show must be dropped off to Coral World March 20, between the hours of 12 noon and 4 p.m.

ADULT CARNIVAL PARADE

A celebration of colors, sounds, joy and tradition, Carnival Adult Parade begins at 10 a.m. on May 1 at Western Cemetery, and moves down Main Street to Lionel Roberts Stadium. It is always the highlight of St. Thomas's month long Carnival celebration.

CARIBBEAN COLOUR AT CORAL WORLD

Caribbean Colour, the annual St. Thomas-St. John judged art exhibit, will hold its opening reception at 12 noon, March 21 at Coral World. This year marks the 11th anniversary of the show.

IDEAS FOR A MORE PRODUCTIVE ECONOMY

Change the tax structure, develop each island's economy individually, stop after-hours use of government cars -- these are a few ideas put forward by Carol S. Lotz to boost the territory's economy.

OVER A BARREL

The Virgin Islands government and its Y2K problem is a classic example of being over a barrel, Frank Jordan observes. But the problem may be worse than we think. The barrel could be "floating down the river toward a waterfall."

TURNBULL CELEBRATES 64TH BIRTHDAY

Gov. Charles W. Turnbull turned 64 on Friday. How did he celebrate? He spent the day working. But he celebrated over the weekend.

SEAHORSE RECEPTION AT CORAL WORLD

From 6 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. on Feb. 12, Coral World welcomes the public to a special evening in honor of the seahorse couple that has given birth to 958 seahorse babies in the past three months.

GIOVAN TO SHOW AT JIMMY'S

Well known local artist Suzanne Giovan will show her "Caribbean Collection" of artwork at Jimmy's Studio from 5 p.m. to 9 p.m. Friday, Feb. 12 at Jimmy's Studio on Government Hill just below Zorba's.

PROJECT APPEARS HALTED AT YACHT HAVEN

Malaysian developer Tan Kay Hock's plans for a major hotel and marina complex in Long Bay appear to be on hold.
Calvin Wheatley, spokesman for the West Indian Co. Ltd., which owns the landfill that Tan needs for the project, said this week, "We have heard absolutely nothing from them."

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