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WHAT'S NEW? YOUR ENTERTAINMENT SOURCE

Jan. 29, 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 give a warm island welcome to your St. Croix Entertainment Source — a new, comprehensive and current guide to what's happening on St. Croix 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 array of aural tastes — from cool jazz to hot, hot, hot calypso, reggae and merengue — and Karaoke, too. This weekend's special attraction is a guided Christiansted cemetery walk. Coming up in February will the monthly Old School Players Party in Frederiksted.
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 if you've occasion to be out and about on St. Thomas or St. John, check out the versions of your Entertainment Source posted in the "Things to do" section of St. Thomas Source and St. John Source.

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