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Bead on a Wire on St. Croix gets folks started making bracelets, pendants, necklaces and other gems, and during the COVID-19 pandemic has adjusted its offerings with public health protocols in mind.
The kickoff of the new normal for Christiansted's Art Thursday was a bit different from what participants have experienced in the past.
Art Thursday will kick off its third season on Nov. 19 as an all-day event, from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. galleries and jewelers are welcoming the return of this third-Thursday-of-the-month venue, which has been a pillar in downtown Christiansted.
The St. Croix community lost a matriarch on Oct. 1 when Judith Gumbs died after battling an illness for a year. She was 92. Most people who knew her affectionately called her "The Candy Lady.”
Potholes, litter, derelict cars, clogged guts, traffic lights – these are just a few of the things the territory’s island administrators deal with daily as the de facto mayors of the Virgin Islands.
The Henle Gallery in Christiansted will close on Aug. 31 after almost three decades of displaying artwork by the Henle family as well as other international and local artists.
A man was killed Tuesday night in a shooting at a downtown Christiansted hotel, the V.I. Police Department reported. The victim was identified as 24-year-old Rashawn Wyre.
Christiansted jewelry maker ib designs creates “feel good” jewelry for their clients and has stepped up to give the students at Lew Muckle Elementary School students that “feel good” vibe, “adopting” the school as a community service project.
In the wake of protests in cities across the U.S. over the death of George Floyd, Gov. Albert Bryan Jr. called on residents to support local police officers as they work to clamp down on a spate of violence.
U.S. Navy musician Ogese Theophilus McKay always swore that if he ever had children, he would be the best father he could be. His daughter says that’s exactly what he was.