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Artists involved in the 'Fabric of Caribbean Consciousness' exhibition, from left, Elisa McKay,Danielle Kearns, Niarus Walker, Suenita Banwaree, Chalana Brown.

‘The Fabric of Caribbean Consciousness’ – A Second Look

The exhibition "The Fabric of Consciousness Exhibit this Art" will close after this week's "Art Thursday" and members of the Art at the Top Hat Gallery want to make sure people get a chance to see it.
A team of students from Good Hope Country Day School joined with Crime Stoppers USV to post signs for the anonymous tip service. (VIPD photo)

Crime Stoppers Partners With Good Hope Country Day

Students from Good Hope Country Day School partnered with Crime Stoppers USVI to install signs notifying residents of the tip services hotline.
Tony Emmanuel carries the flag early in the parade, the Stars and Stripes snapping in the wind as he rides. (Linda Morland photo)

50th St. Patrick’s Day Parade Struts Its Way Through Christiansted

Christiansted turned green Saturday, as St. Croix celebrated its 50th annual St. Patrick’s Day Parade – a half centurt of fanciful attire, outlandish floats and revelry in the spirit of the Auld Sod, as the Irish and the Irish at heart might say.

‘Floating Food Truck’ Opens on STJ’s East End

Now a group of young entrepreneurs from St. John is taking the concept one step further by opening up a “food boat” anchored in a bay on St. John’s remote East End. The Lime Out – essentially a small houseboat painted lime green – was towed out to its mooring in Round Bay on Tuesday, and staff began serving craft cocktails and gourmet tacos to customers who approached by boat, kayak, or float.
Lester Morales is surrounded by questioning students after his team's presentation. (Elisa McKay photo)

NASA Team Focuses V.I. Students on the Stars

A team from the Kennedy Space Center traveled throughout the Virgin Islands territory last week, speaking at schools and encouraging students 16 years and older to apply for the NASA summer internship.
Gov. Albert Bryan and first lady Yolanda Bryan with Kobe, the family’s miniature schnauzer, at Government House on St. Croix. (Government House photo)

V.I. Governor Living in Government House Full Time for First Time in Decades *Correction:...

For the first time in 30 years, a Virgin Islands governor and his family are living full time in the historic Government House in...
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