Governor Albert Bryan Jr. encourages residents in the community to tune in and call in with questions, ideas or comments.
The U.S. Virgin Islands is a key Caribbean cruising ground that, since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, has reopened to visitors both on land and sea, including for crewed yacht and day charters.
The center, in collaboration with arts organizations from coast to coast, is presenting 20 weeks of free online programming available on Facebook Live, YouTube, and the UVI website.
Gatherings that exceed 50 persons, including, but not limited to, political campaign events or meetings, concerts, parties, cultural events and other gatherings are prohibited.
The concert is scheduled to stream on Facebook as a LIVE event at 7 p.m., Saturday, Oct. 10.
Coral World’s dolphin welfare specialists often heard from guests during existing interactive dolphin programs that they would really like to see the dolphins swimming underwater.
This year, the Virgin Islands Council on the Arts (VICA) will celebrate the month by hosting a month-long schedule of activities to include a Back to School Supply Drive Through, two virtual concerts, and more.
Gov. Albert Bryan Jr. is the titular head of the Democratic Party in the USVI leading the V.I. delegation during the Aug. 17-20 virtual Democratic National Convention (DNC).
St. Thomas Reformed Church Summer Camp will share a video to its Facebook page at 9 a.m. (AST) every weekday morning until Friday, July 31.
The coronavirus didn’t stop the club from continuing its rich tradition and the founding mission of giving back to the community.