Visit 81C Saturday from 5 p.m. to midnight to view “God Is a Woman,” a photography exhibit by Lia Garvey. The exhibit features works by the young, imaginative and dynamic Virgin Islands analogue film photographer that offer an alluring variety of timeless, grainy, black and white, sepia-ting…

Join the Forum for a screening of the London National Theatre play “The Book of Dust” by Phillip Pullman, broadcast live from London’s Bridge Theatre Thursday at 7 p.m. at Antilles School’s Prior Jollek Hall.

In her new book, “Free From All Three Including Me,” Virgin Islander Charisma Dewindt Spencer, a flight attendant for Delta Airlines, shares her journey through three failed marriages and picking up the pieces of her life with the help of God.

Project Promise has successfully completed renovations to its new home in downtown Christiansted, St. Croix, and is ready to open its doors to participants and the public on Jan. 17.

Miracle on Main Street returns today after a two-year hiatus due to the COVID pandemic from 8 a.m. to 10 p.m. in the Charlotte Amalie downtown historic district with vendors selling food, drinks, crafts, gifts and more, while live music is performed at various locations throughout the downto…

ST. THOMAS — A check for more than $105,000 — the proceeds from the 11th annual King of the Wing contest organized by Alpine Securities USVI and White Bay Group — was recently presented to the V.I. Children’s Museum Executive Director Chantel Hoheb.

Native Virgin Islander Melissa Fredericks has published her debut novel, “Mer: A Caribbean Underwater Adventure,” and is hosting “Get Your Dreams to Screen” workshops at local schools and the Caribbean Genealogy Library this week.

We Are Wine will host an art exhibition featuring local abstract expressionist artist Augustin Kelvin Holder and his recent works tonight at their warehouse in Bovoni Center on St. Thomas from 5 to 9 p.m. Enjoy food and wine tastings and Italian specialties by chef Angelo Arena.

It’s Art Thursday in Christiansted on Thursday from 5 to 8 p.m. Artists will open their galleries and studios to share their talent and creative designs. Many will feature a new exhibit, guest artists or unveil a new design. Enjoy live music and complimentary refreshments on a stroll through…

ST. THOMAS — Dedicated music and arts enthusiasts braved inclement weather in order to support young and upcoming artists in the Virgin Islands. It was hosted by ElevateWi, Inc.

ST. THOMAS — Virgin Islands student Ariel Paul has been selected by the National Society of High School Scholars to become a member of the esteemed organization. The organization recognizes top scholars who have demonstrated outstanding leadership, scholarship and community commitment. The a…

LaToya Williams, outreach manager for the Virgin Islands Lottery, announced an award of $10,000 to Sing St. John, a community singing organization that embraces inclusion, honors cultural traditions and provides joyful enrichment to children, adults and seniors.

Join Cancer Support V.I. Saturday from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Charlotte Kimelman Cancer Institute at their Give Cancer the Boot fundraiser. The organization raises awareness and funds for those in the USVI impacted by cancer. Volunteers will be out in pink tutus with signs and boots they hope to f…

Join Nana Baby Home at V.I. Montessori School & Peter Gruber International Academy for the first ever Battle of the Bands: Tunes & Tacos Showdown Saturday from 1 to 6 p.m. Proceeds benefit the Nana Baby Children's Home. Eight bands will compete with original music for the top spots. …

Six-year-old Ky’Resha Hodge was named the British Virgin Islands’ top recycler out of 42 students between the ages of 2 and 19 who competed for the Student Recycling competition conducted by Green VI in conjunction with the BVI Department of Waste Management.

The U.S. Virgin Islands brought a taste of V.I. culture to the Made In America Festival, held over the holiday weekend. In partnership with RocNation, the USVI welcomed native Virgin Islands artist 5’2 to the stage of the festival held in Philadelphia, Pa.

The Annual Love City Car Show is back in gear for Labor Day on Monday at the Coral Bay Ballfield after a two-year hiatus during the COVID pandemic.

Tutu Park Mall is taking their usual Back-To-School event to a whole new level this Saturday from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., giving away school supplies as well as partnering with a myriad of community organizations to help children and their parents fulfill their needs.

Leatherback turtles have left tracks in the sand signaling their nesting has begun.

The University of the Virgin Islands recently established a partnership with the National Association of Chronic Disease Directors to continue the goals of the USVI Walkability Institute with the inclusion of the institute under its research network.

ST. CROIX — One of the territory’s most popular summer fruits will be celebrated this weekend as the St. George Village Botanical Garden hosts the 26th Annual Mango Melee and Tropical Fruits Festival from noon on Sunday. The event is one of the most anticipated summer activities on island, e…

The St. Croix U.S. Virgin Islands Alumni Chapter Brothers of Kappa Alpha Psi Inc. Vice Polemarch Devante Joseph, left, Strategus Brother Antonio Emanuel and Polemarch Didier Hughes III completed the 22nd annual Freedom Walk, covering 15.6 miles from Fort Christiansvaern in Christiansted to F…

Myrna George, center, and Lucinda Jurgen in white, masquerading as enslaved Africans in chains, enter Jordanville during Sunday’s Emancipation Day program on St. John.

The Department of Public Works is advising the community of the ongoing traffic light replacement project, located at the intersection of Market Square East and Weymouth Rhymer Highway (near cost-U-Less). This Emergency Relief Project is scheduled to be completed by late July. To ensure the …

Sing St. John will bring a second season of Senior Singalong to WTJX thanks to a grant from the Hodge Senior Citizen Fund through the Community Foundation of the Virgin Islands. The Senior Singalong is the 12-episode television series broadcast on WTJX that encourages anyone who is at home, …

DHS offices closed half-day for staff training

GERS offices to open to public in July