These islands are witnessing "a clash of opposing dynamics," Kirk Grybowski writes.
The American Red Cross has developed a brochure that lists the potential problems that could arise as a result of the Y2K "bug" and tells you what can be done to prepare for it.
Award-winning cookbook author Michele Evans of St. Thomas offers recipes for local West Indian cuisine and more.
Classes for the Day Adult Education Program begin Tues., Jan. 19, 1999. Registration is open from 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. weekdays at the Day Adult Center on Commandant Gade.
The Office of Management and Budget is refusing to release the first phase of a five-year economic plan completed by a Washington consultant under a $600,000 Interior Department grant.
Latin legend, Tito Puente will be the headliner for a host of other well-known national, international and local entertainers performing at spectacular Magens Bay on Martin Luther King Day.
Marcia Reed Henricks will display her works on canvas and paper at The Color of Joy, at American Yacht Harbor in Red Hook during February and March.
"For a Thomian living in Miami, but who still keeps in touch with multiple visits every year, this is a wonderful addition..." writes one new reader, who has passed on word of the Source to all his V.I. friends.
On a sail to the British Virgin Islands, a St. Thomas businessman saw two V.I. government boats docked at West End, Tortola. He questions why they were there.
Jurgen Wolff, editor and publisher of "Brainstorm," offers a self-development column called "Create Your Future." This one recommends developing a strong support system to change your life for the better.