Dr. Kim Waddell, the director of the Hazard Mitigation and Resilience Planning Project at the University of the Virgin Islands, shares his thoughts on the COVID-19 national emergency.
Moleto A. Smith Jr. tells the story of a “child villain,” the “hero class” fighting against him and a chance to be “better versions of ourselves.”
Angel Luis Bolques Jr. advises the government of the Virgin Islands to prepare for the post-pandemic economy. He said, “There are a million questions that need to be answered ...”
Andrew Rutnik shares ideas on what Caneel Bay could become if people unite and lobby for a better future.
Sen. Janelle Sarauw strongly urges the governor to implement shelter in place to help protect Virgin Islanders and to limit the spread of COVID-19.
The Bellevue Tenants Association had made a deal with the owner, Reliance Funding, to buy their apartments after 15 years at a lower than market value insider’s price. It was last week that, with help from Sen. Marvin Blyden, AIG agreed to the tenants’ rights to home ownership.
Wayne L. Sprauve Esq. takes a shot across the bow of single industry tourism economies which he calls "the looming pitfall," and the need to diversify the U.S. Virgin Islands economy.
Patricia Affonso-Dass, president of the Caribbean Hotel and Tourism Association (CHTA), makes some points on International Women’s Day.
Kathleen Vargo has learned that being part of an event such as the 8 Tuff Miles road race brings out the best in tourists and residents.
Moleto Smith shares his thoughts on the Transatlantic Slave Trade and “The Door of No Return.”