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CHARLOTTE AMALIE – The “indomitable spirit of the people of the territory was unmistakable” as Virgin Islanders and visitors filled the downtown streets of St. Thomas on Friday for the 2018 Carnival Children’s Parade and on Saturday for this year’s Carnival Adult’s Parade. Despite the challenges of recovering from back-to-back

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CHARLOTTE AMALIE — Virgin Islanders from home and abroad, along with visitors to the territory, filled Emancipation Garden for the 66th annual food fair held every Wednesday of Carnival week. The arts and crafts and the food were especially sweet after very challenging months for the four islands. Governor Kenneth

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CHARLOTTE AMALIE — Join us as we celebrate the fortitude and buoyancy of the University of the Virgin Islands. UVI celebrates its tenacity in our troupe presentation called “The Beauty of Resilience.” Our presentation salutes the herculean efforts and contributions the University of the Virgin Islands has exhibited in the

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COPENHAGEN — A Trinidad and Tobago artist has made history by collaborating to create the first public monument to a black woman in Denmark. Tobago-born, St. Croix-based artist, La Vaughn Belle, collaborated with Copenhagen-based Jeannette Ehlers, to create “I Am Queen Mary,” a tribute to Mary Thomas, a 19th-century freedom fighter who

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How to write a great essay on Zora stone monuments game topic? Discover the best possible way to create an essay on Zora stone monuments. Follow our tips and write an essay that will convince the audience to try the game. How to Write an Essay on Zora Stone Monuments?

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CHARLOTTE AMALIE — The Love of Dance V.I. group will be holding an all ages “Once In 2 Blue Moons” dance-a-thon at the Pistarckle Theater in St. Thomas on March 31. Face painting will be available for children along with prizes for adults and children, dance classes, live music and

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CHARLOTTE AMALIE — Some 2,000 years ago there was likely a thriving Taino community in the heart of St. Thomas. In 2013, contractors began turning up shards of pottery and other artifacts during otherwise routine roadwork on Main Street near Market Square. Work was temporarily halted and archeologists were called

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How to write a great essay on Zora stone monuments game topic? Discover the best possible way to create an essay on Zora stone monuments. Follow our tips and write an essay that will convince the audience to try the game. How to Write an Essay on Zora Stone Monuments?

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FREDERIKSTED — With its area of operations heavily damaged in the wake of Hurricane Maria in September, Bohlke International Airways (BIA), the lone service provider at St. Croix’s Henry E. Rohlsen Airport, has hired Colorado-based aviation real estate company Western LLC to design its new multimillion-dollar facility, which will include

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SAN JUAN — Not long after Hurricane Maria tore through Puerto Rico, unleashing floodwaters, flattening homes, and knocking out the power supply, Consuelo Quezada noticed another, more subtle, change to life on the island. Attending her first mass after the storm, Quezada saw that her fellow churchgoers did not have their

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