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FREDERIKSTED — No, no, no and a bottle of rum! Rum peddling pirate Captain Morgan is forcing a rival to walk the plank — successfully winning a lawsuit against a suspiciously similar buccaneer-branded booze called Admiral Nelson for trademark infringement. Canada’s federal court ruled June 12 that consumers could easily

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CARACAS – The 2018 Caribbean Series baseball tournament, originally slated to be held in Venezuela, has been relocated to Mexico, the Caribbean Professional Baseball Confederation said, amid a wave of violent protests in that South American country. The confederation did not specify why the tournament, which brings together the champions of

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CREATIVE CHEF: Nandi Furet of St. Thomas showed she had the right stuff when it comes to culinary creations. Furet, a senior at Ivanna Eudora Kean High School, got top honors at the 2017 Caribbean Hotel and Tourism Association’s Taste of the Caribbean competition in Miami. MIAMI — Ivanna Eudora

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NOT WELCOME HERE! Three men associated with the vessel Singularis and guests of Yacht Haven Grande were asked to leave the marina this week after flying the Confederate flag on the dinghy tied to the larger yacht. CHARLOTTE AMALIE — A dinghy that flew the Confederate flag next to the

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GIFT OF GAB: Gov. Kenneth Mapp was careful not to mention violent crime spiraling out of control in the territory nor the number of people fleeing the Virgin Islands due to a lack of meaningful employment and entertainment options. SILVER SPRING, Maryland — Political status, the minimum wage, economic opportunities and St.

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FRIENDLY FENCING: Nzingha Prescod, U.S. Olympic fencer WILL NOT be at the event this summer. But one day your son or daughter might be just as successful as she is at fencing. Prescod was the first African-American woman to win an individual medal at the Senior World Championships. Daryl Homer

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PRECIOUS PIPES: The University of Maryland Eastern Shore Concert Choir will hit all the right notes in a performance that is sure to amaze and entertain you at Emancipation Garden tomorrow. CHARLOTTE AMALIE – A free Spring Concert will take place at Emancipation Garden in St. Thomas on Wednesday. The

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SHOW TIME: Deputy Education Superintendent Faith Dane George Boone introduces the students on stage. FREDERIKSTED — Steel bands from public and parochial schools on St. Croix showcased their musical talents at the Department of Education Division of Virgin Islands Cultural Education’s annual Steel Pan Exposition held April 22 at the

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WEEK OF THE CHILD: You’d be surprised how many adults participated inadvertently that week! CHRISTIANSTED — Hundreds of young learners took to the D.C. Canegata Ballpark on Friday, April 21 for the culminating activity of Week of the Young Child, celebrated April 17-21, 2017 in the territory. The orchestrated “fun

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FRIENDLY GREETING: Gov. Kenneth Mapp greets a young person who was helping out at a crafts table on Wednesday. ADVERTORIAL: To find out how you can help someone with a gambling addiction, press play below: CHARLOTTE AMALIE –  Thousands gathered in St. Thomas on Wednesday to enjoy the sights, tastes

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