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Jan. 22, 2004 – It's the weekend. Or if it isn't, it soon will be. But then, who says you have to wait 'til the weekend to take in a little night life, anyway? Or to read all about it and make plans, for that matter?
Please put your hands together, then, and welcome your Entertainment Source — a new, comprehensive and current guide to what's happening on St. Thomas that's accessible 24/7 from the comfort of your computer and always up to date.
In the current posting, you'll find live music for an awesome array of aural tastes — from steelpan and reggae to rock 'n' roll, from folk and blues to jazz, from classic rock to classical guitar. And then there's the fine art, and the movies, and the dance spots — and even bridge and Scrabble gatherings with the welcome mat always out.
Coming special attractions include a flamenco guitar and dance workshop and an art, antiques and collectibles auction. And today, if you hurry, you can still make it to the mid-day autographing of calendars at Roy L. Schneider Hospital by the pin-up guys-of-the-month.
Your Entertainment Source is an interactive initiative created to serve the community by providing up-to-date information on events and leisure activities open to the public. You tell us what's going on via e-mail, and we'll tell the world via the Source.
And yes, St. Croix and St. John editions are on the way.

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