“Unbroken Territory,” a new exhibit of work by St. Thomas artist W.B. Thompson, is on exhibit at Mango Tango Art Gallery on Raphune Hill, St. Thomas. Thompson has said his style of painting is an attempt to control chaos with color and his latest works are subtly influenced by the passage of two hurricanes and months without power.

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“The Last Five Years” has opened at Pistarckle Theater at Tillett Gardens on St. Thomas. Performances are tonight and Saturday at 7 p.m., Sunday at 2 p.m.

“The Last Five Years” is a simple and touching story of a five-year relationship between two young adults told entirely through music. Catherine tells her part of the story from the end of the relationship backwards to the beginning, and Jamie tells his from the beginning of the relationship to the end.

Jamie is an aspiring novelist who finds fame and success at the tender age of 23. Catherine is an aspiring actress struggling to make it. They truly and deeply love each other, but sometimes love isn’t enough and their relationship suffers from the strains put on it and eventually — maybe inevitably — ends.

They each tell their stories alone and apart from one another.

For tickets and information, visit pistarckletheater.com or call 340-227-8451.

The St. John Film Society, in association with the St. John Arts Festival, presents a docu-mentary film screening of “The Groove is Not Trivial” on Feb. 20 at 7:30 p.m. at the St John School of the Arts, Cruz Bay. Admission is a $5 suggested donation. For more infor-mation contact Andrea E. Leland at 847-280-1968 or email stjviff@gmail.com. Visit

http://thegroovemovie.com/ for more about the film.

The St John Cancer Fund announces that the fifth annual Light Up the Night will be held on March 24. Enjoy an evening of old-fashioned field day games, tug of war, three-legged races, music, food and beverages. Proceeds benefit the St John Cancer Fund.

For more information visit www.stjohncancerfund.org or the Facebook page, www.facebook.com/stjohncancerfund/. Email stjohncancerfund@gmail.com.

Save the date for the 29th annual Afternoon on the Green, which will be held from noon to 5 p.m. on Sunday, March 25 on the Herman E. Moore Golf Course on UVI’s St. Thomas campus. The Afternoon on the Green is UVI’s annual “friend raiser,” where the community comes together for live music, food and family fun. This year’s theme is “Relief and Recovery on the Green for 2018.” For more information, call the Institutional Advancement Office at 340-693-1040.