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When New Orleans restaurateur Barth Melius first visited the V.I. he never expected the territory would steal his heart. But according to Melius, that is exactly what happened.
A long and twisting path led a boy from Cameroon to the U.S. Virgin Islands, but once he arrived, he spent the next 30 years serving its people as a Catholic priest. Now he is about to become the leader of the Catholic Diocese of St. Thomas.
The National Park Service wants to hear from you. What do you think should happen with Caneel Bay Resort? The discussion on Caneel’s future will continue at 2 p.m. Saturday during a forum that will air on WTJX Channel 12.
The New Day Café and Workshop, a new vocational skills training program on St. John, is getting ready to open its doors in May.
Before the pandemic, Susannaberg, the formerly quiet part of St. John, offered no more than one place to stop for food and drink. Now five thriving outdoor venues are within a quarter-mile of each other.
Steeped in the organic coffee-and-tea-loving community of St. Thomas for 13 years, Barefoot Buddha reopened on Feb. 22, a year to the date it closed its doors temporarily.
A women’s liberation movement never took root in the Virgin Islands, there was no need to fight to break the glass ceiling.
Women have always been active in the sport of politics in the Virgin Islands. They are at the forefront of running campaigns, raising money through fish fries and manning the phones and campaign headquarters.
Without a doubt, the place to take in the sunset on St. John is the Windmill Bar in Susannaberg. This outdoor venue with an intact windmill has become a gathering spot for music, drinks, food and a jaw-dropping view.
Opening a fine dining establishment in the midst of a pandemic may sound like a kooky idea, but the story of the genesis of Shaibu’s Garden Oasis makes it easy to understand how the restaurant owners have managed such a successful launch.