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St. John School of the Arts Hosts Open Houses

With five new faculty members and an array of new offerings in music, dance, theater, and art, the St. John School of the Arts...

Homespun Fun Braves Wind and Rain to Celebrate Labor Day

St. John Tradewinds photos by Amy Roberts.  CORAL BAY -- A lash of rain and some gusty winds couldn't stop a crew of hearty revelers...

Young Dr. Harley

As Jaurel Harley started down the stairway from the top floor of the Marketplace in Cruz Bay, a woman stepped out of the WAPA...

Pine Trees in Paradise

Why are there tall evergreens on St. John that look like Christmas trees? Don’t they belong up north? I got to wondering about this when...

Manfred Dittrich Found Dead in Water Near Yacht Haven

The body of well-known Hassel Island sailmaker Manfred Dittrich was pulled from the water near Yacht Haven Grande on St. Thomas at about 10 p.m. Sunday night. He was 80.

The 17th Annual Commodore’s Cup Regatta

The 17th Annual Commodore's Cup Regatta was held on Saturday the 7th and Sunday the 8th of May. This regatta was sponsored by Budget Marine and...

Senate Meets to Consider Zoning Change for Coral Bay

An upcoming decision by the Virgin Islands Legislature to approve or deny a zoning change in Coral Bay could determine the future of this...

Secretary of Interior Talks Climate Change in USVI

By Judi Shimel U.S. Interior Secretary Sally Jewell met with scientists and activists on the subject of climate change during a visit to the Virgin...

Work by St. John Artists Flying on Air America Planes

By Amy Roberts Some people will do anything to get attention, and fortunately for us, their efforts contribute to the planet’s beauty and the public’s...

Third Annual St. John Blues Blowout Rocks Susannaberg Ruins

By St. John Tradewinds A stunning venue among the sugar mill ruins in Estate Susannaberg combined with world class Blues music to create one magical...