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Charlotte Amalie
Saturday, July 2, 2022

St. John School of the Arts Invites Public to a Free Outdoor Concert of...

This year, on Saturday, March 12, the community is invited to celebrate the fact that the world is (somewhat) returning to normal with a free, outdoor, sunset concert by the American Spiritual Ensemble presented by the St. John School of the Arts.

St. Thomas to Celebrate 70 Years of Carnival in the Virgin Islands

The Government of the Virgin Islands has announced that the 70th edition of Carnival Virgin Islands on St. Thomas will be held from April 27 to May 1, 2022.

VICA’s ‘Dorsch After Dark’ Kicks Off VI History Month with ‘Frederiksted’ Exhibit Tuesday

Virgin Islands Council on the Arts will kick off Virgin Islands History Month with the “Dorsch After Dark” exhibit, “Frederiksted.”

USVI Chess Federation St. Croix Chess Club Holds Winter Festival Tournaments

This was a three-day 10 round chess event providing 20 hours of chess competition that was held from Feb. 11-13 on St. Croix.

Is STX Music Festival a Forerunner to St. Thomas Carnival?

Does the President's Day music festival this weekend on St. Croix pave the way for a St.Thomas Carnival in April? Ian Turnbull, director of the V.I. Division of Festivals, thinks so.

Local Teen Artists ‘ARISE’ at CMCArts Saturday

Local teen artists shared their art with family and friends at the finale of the five-week workshop, You: the Promise of the Diaspora. “Arise” was the live performance, the dance, the songs, and the visual art that culminated from their efforts during that period of learning and growing, and expressing themselves. 

Ten Sleepless Knights Keeping Culture Alive through Traditional Music and Dance Workshops

Kendell Henry, percussion player, of the legendary Ten Sleepless Knights sat down to speak about the Academy of Culture’s motto to share and preserve Virgin Islands culture.

Tiphanie Yanique’s ‘Monster in the Middle’ Sets the Tone for Love this Weekend

Native Virgin Islands author and poet Tiphanie Yanique will be back in the territory this weekend to tour the islands with a book signing, and reading of her recently released ‘Monster in the Middle’ book.

A Weekend of Love, Readings, and Book Signing with Tiphanie Yanique

Native Virgin Islander Tiphanie Yanique, award-winning author and poet, is preparing for round two of her Virgin Islands book tour of Monster in the Middle, released in 2021. And as the old people say, "All good things come in threes."

St. John School of the Arts Reopens with New Classes, World-Class Concert Series, and...

Nearly two years ago, the St. John School of the Arts suspended all programs, including classes, concerts, and special events, because of the COVID-19 pandemic.